Earlier this year we told you about The Zelda Adventure, a live stream where some charitable souls tackle challenges, get up to some silly shenanigans and marathon a lot of Zelda games. Its aim was to raise $75,000 for St Jude Children’s Research Hospital, but ended up passing that goal and hitting $100,000.
The team is now gearing up for its next major event, Zeldathon Relief, which will raise money for Direct Relief, "a non-profit, non-partisan organization that provides medical assistance to people around the world who have been affected by poverty, natural disasters, and civil unrest". As the teaser below shows it'll have a lot more dancing, slaps and fun around playing a whole load of Zelda games, along with recent Wii U blockbusters that feature the franchises' characters.
It'll be streamed live online, with "The Adventure System" using funding targets and interaction with the audience to determine which games are played, and how.
It'll kick-off live on Twitch on 27th December at 4pm Eastern time / 9pm UK / 10pm CET, with the Zeldathon website sure to host and provide details nearer the time.
Will you be tuning in?