Thank you to everyone who took part in our giveaway. As always, a massive thanks to the guys at 29Palms for giving us the chance to give away a couple of copies.
We have two winners! Congratulations to Stefan F who won the random selection from the AviationLads Facebook page and also congratulations to Mark Oxley who won our comment section contest.
We’ll be in touch with both winners soon on how to claim the prize.
COMPETITION NOW CLOSED – In anticipation of the release of 29Palms and Captain7’s upcoming release of Nuremberg, we have teamed up with our friends at AviationLads to give the community a chance to win one of two copies!
The airport itself is looking very impressive already, and the official trailer below should give you a good idea on the final product when it releases on Monday 16th July.
To win, you have two opportunities.
1) Go to the AviationLads official Facebook page and give them a like. They’ll randomly select one person from everyone who likes their page and that lucky person will be the winner. So if you already have liked them, then you’ve got nothing else to do.
2) Comment down below with a reason as to why you should get a free copy. The person with the most “upvotes” from the community will win! This is providing that the comment doesn’t breach our terms and conditions, and actually is a “reason to win” – not just some random comment that people like. We may use our discretion to ensure the winner is chosen fairly. Also, don’t be ‘that person’ and just downvote every comment to try and increase your chances of winning. We will monitor it and any abuse and we’ll disqualify you. Finally, one comment per person will be counted. So make sure your first comment is your best one!
We’ll run the competition until Tuesday at 18:00z and pick the winner shortly after. We’ll then notify them as soon as possible.
(If someone happens to be picked for both prizes, we’ll randomly pick a second person from the Facebook contest to ensure two different people win. It’s unlikely but to give you an answer before the question is asked)