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Celebrate Pride the right way with the Lunaris Games 2021 Pride Pack

Looking to treat yourself this Pride month? Then you’ll be stoked to find out that Lunaris Games are celebrating Pride 2021 by adding some incredible new things to their store – including pins, art prints, and even a special T-Shirt. Score!

Lunaris Games is a small, indie development studio that has dedicated itself to creating games that are inclusive, diverse and full of LGBTQ+ characters – no exceptions whatsoever. It has created games such as Errant Kingdom, When The Night Comes, Call Me Under and In The Blood.

If you’d rather not give your money to corporations that you don’t think are at all aligned with your interests of seeing more queer representation and communities within video games, then we feel as though there’s no worry at all of that with Lunaris Games, who’ve proven time and time again that they care about the LGBTQ+ community.

If you’re looking for an overall good deal, then you’ll enjoy the Lunaris Games 2021 Pride Pack. In this pack you get one white shirt with the Ribs pocket chest piece, 3 A5 art prints of the cast from Errant Kingdom, When The Night Comes and Call Me Under, as well as the pleasure of knowing that all income (minus production and shipping costs) will be donated to The Marsha P. Johnson Institute. All of that for just £30 – not a bad deal at all if you ask us!

You’re also able to purchase the 2021 Pride ‘Ribs’ pin, as well as the 2021 Pride Art Prints from the Pride section of the Lunaris Games store. They cost £5 and from £6 respectively.

It’s always vital to support queer, indie creators so that they can keep doing what they love doing: creating games and the stories that they want to and believe in.

For merchandise that’s not involved with Pride – but is still very, very gay – then you should check out everything in the Lunaris Games store and if that doesn’t butter your crumpet then you know what will? The Lunaris Games games. Yeah, that’s not difficult to say at all.

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