It’s competition time at The Reticule Towers and today we have 100 Anno Online closed Beta keys to give away.
Anno Online is a re-imagining of the popular city-building RTS for todays players. Just like the previously released Settlers Online (also made by Blue Byte and Ubisoft), it will be playable in your browser with no downloads. Players will be able to build on multiple islands, unlockable during play and complete various tasks and objectives to further advance their cities.
To be in with your chance at winning a key all you have to do is email us with the answer to this question: What is the name of the last full Anno game to be released? Send your answers to firstname.lastname@example.org the first 100 correct answers will receive a closed beta key for Anno Online, good luck.
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When I think of printing, quite naturally I immediately think of Valve’s Portal series. Ok, perhaps not, but going forward I probably will.
This month, PrintExpress.co.uk are running a competition to give away a full scale replica Portal gun. Sadly, it’s non-functional, but nevertheless it’s possibly one of the most awesome conversation-starters to adorn any dining-room table. I’m not entirely certain as to where the connection between high-quality printing and portals actually lies, but nevertheless the opportunity to own one of these wonders isn’t to be sniffed at.
TellTale’s Puzzle Agent 2 was recently released and earlier today we delivered our verdict on it. The good news is that we have three copies of the game to give away. If you would like the chance to win a copy of Nelson Tethers’ latest adventure simply send an email to this address with your own idea for a puzzle that would fit in with the Puzzle Agent games.
Competition closes Friday 15th July as 13:00 GMT, so get thinking about those puzzles. Editor’s choice is final.