If you have ever wanted to watch a game get created live and also help influence the type of game, now is your chance. Mojang and Humble Bundle have teamed up to livestream the creation of a video game this weekend, and Mojang looked for the input of gamers to determine what game is created. The votes came pouring in on Mojang's website, and the winning game is an ancient Egyptian, real-time strategy shooter with a steampunk theme. You can head on over to the Humble Bundle website to watch the feed and see everything that goes into creating a game, plus you can contribute some money to help out different charities. Any amount you contribute will give you access to the created game, and it is for a good cause as the charities are: Electronic Frontier Foundation, Child's Play, American Red Cross, and charity: water.
So head on over to the Humble Bundle website, donate some money, and watch a game be created before your very eyes. Mojang has until the end of the weekend to finish the game (as of now ~50 hours remaining), and has already garnered nearly $120,000 in donations.