And that's a wrap! Thank you to everyone who participated - remember, even if you don't win this time, we pride ourselves on trying to do regular competitions. So stick around, you never know what might be given away next!
As you guys quickly figured out, there was more than one possible answer to this question. Now, I didn't actually know this at the time, but let's pretend I did and this was all a clever ploy to help counter-act the fact that you guys can read each other's comments.
Just to put things at rest, yes, the EARLY working title was indeed "Dawn of Man", whilst a later working title was "Tribe". Out of interest, I was thinking of "Dawn of Man" at the beginning. Because I love you guys so much, provided you said either Tribe(s) or Dawn of Man, you get entered into the prize draw. However, you were not entered if you said both, as that's just cheating :P So, without further ado, the winners are:
Congratulations to all! You'll be contacted via PM with instructions on how to claim your prize. Until next time!
Another day, another week, another competition! Again, the lovely people at Microsoft are our partners for this one, this time in celebration of Age of Empires: Online!
In order to generate some buzz, and to coincide with an interview transcript that... well, it's actually lost in the nether that is the 'To Do' list, but it's there! And it will be up soon, so pretend it all happened at the same time and be suitably excited. We did publish some news from the interview mind, which you can see .
So, what do we have for you? We have TEN copies of the Age of Empires III Complete Collection, which is basically Age of Empires III plus the two expansions they released for it - The Warchiefs, and The Asian Dynasties.
So, standard affair here. I'll ask a question, you answer it in the comments. Users who answer correctly will be entered into a hat, and names will be picked at random. I know some of you are a bit weary of comps that allow randoms to come and join, but to be honest we only save the more focused ones for very special prizes. Anyway, without further ado:
Remember, questions are always answerable using publically available information. There wouldn't be any point it otherwise. You have until Thursday February 17th, so get cracking!