Thursday, January 14, 2010

Contest for a free game!

I'm going to run a little contest here on A Game For Everyone.

Who gets to participate?


You may participate only if you do not currently have an account with Big Fish Games.

This contest if for casual game newbies.

What does the winner get?

I will give the winner a coupon code for a free download of Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst for the winner. This is one of my favorite casual games. You can read my review to see what I thought.

How do I win?!


By becoming my friend on Big Fish Games. You can become my friend by clicking on the image or link below and signing up for a Big Fish Games account.



When you sign up from my link, you automatically become my friend.

The first person to become my Big Fish friend in this way will win the free game.

Here's what you need to do after signing up:
  1. Contact me at gamesonthetable [at] gmail [dot] com and let me know that you signed up. I will look in my friends list to see if you really did become my friend.
  2. The first person that I can verify as having become my Big Fish friend gets the coupon code for the free game!
When does the contest end?

March 1st

What if no one wins?

If no newbies sign up, then the prize will go to one person who reads A Game For Everyone, and can verify that they are already one of my Big Fish friends.

If you signed up for a Big Fish Games account from one of my links, then you are probably one of my friends.

Let the contest begin! This free copy of Mystery Case Files: Return to Ravenhearst could be yours!

2 comments:

  1. Being a BFG member and being a BFG My Game Space member are two different things. You are referring to the second one. Some time back, I clicked the link thinking to sign up and get two free games. However, I learned that the two games are to be chosen from a short list of five games none of which I wanted. I decided not to sign up. After reading this post, I decided to check to make sure that it was referring to the BFG My Game Space. Lo and behold, I was logged into my MGS account which I don't even recall creating.

    I later remember that I had filled in the info trying to figure out what MGS was about but decided to not confirm the account because I didn't want it. Most sites' confirmation window is very short like a day or two. It's been months since I went to MGS, but it was still waiting on me. I soon had an e-mail thanking me for confirming my account. It wasn't intentional.

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  2. 1/20/10 (Wednesday)...

    One day only, BFG Daily Deal ($2.99) is for everyone. James Patterson's Women's Murder Club: Twice in a Blue Moon.

    Coupon code DAILYDEAL

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