1500+ Followers Giveaway

The Rules:

  • You must be 18 or over (tumblr’s rules not mine, plus some of the games are not suitable for minors).
  • You must have a tumblr account (no side or giveaway blogs please)
  • Reblogs and likes do not count as entries (again tumblr’s rule).
  • To enter send an ask (asks only please, no replies or tumblr instant messages) requesting a game key.
  • One game key per person.
  • You can ask for up to three games in order of preference.
  • Asks will be dealt with in chronological order.
  • There’s no way to return redeemed keys so please make sure you want the games/can run the games before requesting them, especially since a lot of these games are rather obscure.
  • No end date. Giveaway will run indefinitely.

The Prizes:

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A crate of shared oranges.

If you haven’t played this game yet, I give it my highest recommendation. It has a surprising lack of plants - I was excited to see what master of economical asset production Blendo Games had come up with only to realize he avoided plants - but is excellent despite that shortcoming.

Thirty Flights of Loving (2012)

I know a few of my followers have played Thirty Flights of Loving, and I’m pretty sure it’s on sale right now.. but even if it wasn’t, it’s been kind of on my mind lately.

Someone wanna try and sell me on it? I saw a poster for it that looked intriguing but didn’t really explain anything about what the game is supposed to be. About all I know so far is that it’s somewhat obscure, is a bit on the short side, and some of the people I’ve seen remark on it really liked it.

I hesitate to look for information myself because it’s so easy to bumble into spoilers unknowingly and I’d like to avoid that if at all possible.

RE: Thirty Flights of Loving

Thirty Flights of Loving blew me away when I first played it. I knew instantly that I had to write about it, and I felt sure I’d only have good things to say. Well, after sitting on it for a while and talking to others about it, I’m not exactly raving anymore. I had a similar experience with Bioshock Infinite, so I guess it’s a good thing I write slow enough to allow myself time for digestion.

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