TPG Freebie: Space is Key

Have you ever said to yourself, “Just one more level.”  Do you enjoy repeatedly dying in video games?  Are you bored at work or home?  If you even said, “No.” to the above questions, you still need to play, Space is Key. Developed by ChrisJeff, Space is Key asks the player to use their space bar in attempt to jump over obstacles.  Seems simple enough until things get cooking.

TPG Freebie: Impulse

Deck 16 offers up their new title, Impulse, which is billed as N+ meets Asteroids.  You can download the game free of charge on the official site.  Here is their pitch:

Your craft is at the whim of Newtonian physics. With only a simple thruster you need to battle the forces of gravity and atmospheric drag all while avoiding high-speed impact.

The Witcher 2 Giveaway: One Sentence Review Challenge

In cooperation with GOG.com and CD Projekt RED, TPG is offering three (3) GOG.com codes for The Witcher 2.  The challenge that awaits you is to come up with a one-sentence review that encompasses the story, gameplay, atmosphere and lore within The Witcher 2.  If you already have a copy of The Witcher 2, this would be a perfect time to acquire another to give as a gift for the upcoming holiday season.

The Rules:

  • No Profanity
  • One entry, per person, per e-mail address, per IP
  • 48 Hours Only
  • Post your first name and last initial
  • Post a one-sentence review for The Witcher 2
  • No grammatical anomalies which would allow for longer sentences

TPG team members will select winners based on the most entertaining and creative reviews.  In order to claim your prize, you must create a free GOG.com account.  You can do so by visiting this link, clicking “Account Login” in the upper right hand area of the page and selecting “Sign-up for GOG.com.”  Winners will be sent a link where they can input a code for The Witcher 2 via e-mail after the contest has expired.

This contest has ended.  Thanks to everyone who participated.  The winners are Efe C, Gregory Horvath and Mateusz F. 

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The Name Game Challenge: Blocks That Matter Giveaway

For our next giveaway, TPG, in conjunction with Swing Swing Submarine, is proud offer 3 Steam keys for Blocks That Matter to the winners of our Name Game Challenge.  Your job, if you are willing to accept it, is to take the letters in Blocks That Matter and create a word or phrase that describes the game (aka an anagram).  Blocks That Matter won the prestigious 2011 Dream.Build.Play competition last month so you know this game is worth your time.  The winners will be chosen by members of Swing Swing Submarine and TPG.  Steam keys will be sent by TPG to three winners shortly after the contest has concluded and all posted e-mail addresses will be deleted.  You can also read our interview with William one of four developers on Blocks That Matter to give yourself more insight into how this fantastic game came about.

The Rules:

  • No Profanity
  • One entry, per person, per e-mail address, per IP
  • 24 Hours Only
  • Post a valid e-mail address, your first name and last initial along with your entry.
  • You do not need to use all of the letters in the title.

The contest is now closed.  The boys from TPG and Swing Swing Submarine thank you for posting your entries.  Steam keys have been sent to Frazer C and Michael Zurring.  The last winner will be announced shortly.

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Misfortune: Free to Play Pirate Adventure

By Luke de Beneducci

Recently I found myself fortunate enough to spend some time playing Misfortune, a free to play browser based RPG, developed by LoadinGames studios.

I approached the game with a mind split in two directions: trepidation and nostalgia.  Trepidation because the game was a browser based RPG which I sadly do not have a good track record with, and nostalgia because I like to fondly remember the times in my childhood when I adored browser based games.  Little did I know, I was in for a nice trip full of memorable characters as well as an interesting story.

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One Sentence Review Challenge: S.P.A.Z.

TruePCGaming is proud to announce the first in a series of contests that will run periodically throughout the rest of 2011.  We will be working with the best developers to offer free games and other goodies to the winner of our various giveaways.  Prizes will be sent from TPG to the winners via e-mail and may be direct links, activation keys or gifts.  The winners will be voted on by TPG staff and the respective development team.

First up is Space Pirates and Zombies (aka SPAZ) brought to you by MinMax Games.    This particular contest is known as The One Sentence Review Challenge.  The premise is simple: create a one sentence review on SPAZ.

If you are new to SPAZ and want to try it out, download the demo via Steam.  After you are done, come back and give us your review.

The contest is now over.  Thank you for participating.  We had 27 entries, but only 3 were crowned champions.  Congrats to Meatboy, Moonwax and John V!  Your Steam keys have been sent.  For your security, all comments and e-mail addresses have been deleted.