GameON ALIAS Marathon : Gameplay Contest

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  1. waterburn

    waterburn New Member

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    Indiegamer, we are back with another!

    If you are a skilled gamer, our new contest, GameOn ALIAS Marathon is a perfect opportunity for you to compete with others for the best score in ALIAS 3, a fast-paced shooting game. All final scores will be posted at the end of the contest. Those with the top 5 scores will get a link to their website with a description and any sentence they choose published on our front page and contest page. After each submission a contestant makes, they will post their score in our dedicated contest forum. Since each contestant can make 3 submissions, this will give everyone an opportunity to try and beat the score of others. The contest runs officially from April 8, 2012 to May 8, 2012 11:59 PM EST.

    Our promotional video: [video]www.youtube.com/watch?v=yiIhqLUrvJQ[/video]

    For more information, visit our contest page: www.time2play0.tk/gameonalias.php

    Good luck to all participants!

    *We are still accepting offers to help promote our contest (by linking back) or voice over for the video. In return we have no problem displaying a banner, logo or link to your website on the contest page and/or front page as contest sponsor. If you are not interested please do not respond to this!
     
  2. waterburn

    waterburn New Member

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    Bump.

    The game in fun - give it a try people!
     
    #2 waterburn, Apr 27, 2012
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2012
  3. JeBuS

    JeBuS New Member

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    If someone was interested, they probably would have posted in the last 3 weeks, right? Why not just post "Bump" like you mean it?
     

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