Wowzers, this week’s promo code contest is a real doozy: we’ve got a whole bunch of codes for not one, not two, but three awesome iOS games up for grabs! Fire up your Twitter accounts to be in with a chance of winning free copies of Race After 1977, Redneck Jellyfish and Spidey Riley!
Race After 1977 is a high-octane post-apocalyptic racer that boasts a gripping Mad Max-esque premise, a plethora of turbo-charged vehicles and eye-ball searingly gorgeous visuals. In other words, think Death Rally in full 3D. Quick to implement user suggestions, Xpect Games have just tweaked this title to perfection with a completely revamped physics engine and controls, new cars and enhanced graphics for iPad 2! Courtesy of our friends at Xpect, we’ve got four copies of this freshly updated racer to give away!
The hilariously titled Redneck Jellyfish has a great little story behind it. The game, a hugely original 2D physics puzzler, was created by indie dev Keith Phillips and his two kids. Keith (Dad) wrote the code, while Greyson (12) voices the central character and Iva (11) handled the art work. Thanks to the Phillips’ (aka MudStuffing Industries), we’ve got five copies of Redneck Jellyfish in the prize bag!
Spidey Riley sees Klik! Games (of Fastball fame) leap back into the App Store with their best game to date. Weaving together a “winsome gear jumping formula and one-touch controls with rich level design to wonderful effect,” this action-packed and addictive puzzle game ensnared Sean in its charming web when he reviewed the game earlier this week. Courtesy of the fine folks at Klik!, we’ve got three codes just hangin’ around waiting to be won!
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C)Let us know you’ve completed the above steps by dropping a quick message in the comments section below. If you would like to win a specific game or games, feel free to tell us your top 3 in order of preference.
Winners will be drawn at random one week from today and notified via Twitter and/or email.