Score One of Three Free Copies of Dragon Face!

Win one of three free copies of the new abstract strategy game, Dragon Face, brought to you by Blue Orange Games. From now until August 31st, 2011 you’ll have the opportunity to enter three separate drawings taking place on September 1st. We think we’ve made it pretty easy to score yourself a copy and there are three ways to enter:

1)      Leave a relevant, non “spammy” comment on any one of our posts – outside of this one – here on the site. An email address is required to leave a comment but, have no fear, we won’t use your email for any other purpose other than to inform you if you’re a winner.

2)      “Like” The Gaming Gang on Facebook or “follow” us on Twitter. Better yet, do both and get two entries into this drawing!

3)      Leave a review of the podcast on iTunes.

We certainly don’t expect everyone to do all three things but, if you do, your chances of winning Dragon Face will dramatically increase!

Keep in mind, you can only win one copy of Dragon Face regardless of the number of drawings you enter – in other words three people will get a copy. And, the contest is open to everyone worldwide!

More about Dragon Face…

Perfect for the chess and checker enthusiast, Dragon Face is a game of strategy set several hundred years in the future.

The world is divided into 2 spheres with each vying to conquer the other by making them do an “about-face”. Each side has 1 Emperor, 6 Ambassadors, and 17 Governors. Each can move in different ways. You capture an opponent’s piece by jumping over it. That piece is then turned upside down and becomes one of your own. The end goal is to capture the Emperor by locking it in. When you want a great strategy game to challenge the imagination, Dragon Face is it!

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Jeff McAleer

Founder/Editor-in-chief of The Gaming Gang website and host of The Gaming Gang Dispatch and other TGG media, Jeff tackles any and all sorts of games but has a special fondness for strategy, conflict sims, and roleplaying games. Plus, he's certainly never at a loss for an opinion...

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