There's not a vast amount one can do in 20 minutes. You could make a quick meal, watch a sitcom sans commercials, have a quick tumble in the boudoir, or you could fill out a survey and get a free game. Until the end of this month, Paradox Interactive is offering a free digital copy of Cities in Motion via GamersGate to people who complete a survey about their gaming habits. The survey is being conducted by students from Linkoping University as part of their thesis.
It's a pretty good deal, seeing as that Cities in Motion is a decent transport/economic simulator. For those of you with mercenary minds, that's a £15 game for free. I can think of worse ways of spending 20 minutes, although I like the sound of the tumble in bed. Sadly, Paradox is not offering sexual favors. Game codes will be sent out to all participants a few weeks after the end of the month.
|12:30 PM on 11.03.2011|
Paradox brings Magicka, Hearts of Iron and more to retail
It's stating the obvious that the rise of Steam and the shift towards a digital marketplace for games has helped developers find success for niche and breakthrough titles. Developer Paradox Interactive has decided after doing...more
|7:00 PM on 05.13.2013|
Elder Kings mod brings Tamriel to Crusader Kings II
With the Elder Kings mod you can now bring the rich world of The Elder Scrolls into Crusader Kings II. Everyone from Argonians, Dunmer, Nords, Falmer, Khajit, Bosmer, and the Empire are here and playable in Paradox Devel...more
|5:00 PM on 05.10.2013|
Review: Victoria II: Heart of Darkness
To call Victoria II dense would be a gross understatement. It's a pound cake, with each ingredient -- the tangled politics, vast wars, and simulated economies -- adding greater depth and increasingly complex, interweaving sys...more
|6:00 PM on 05.01.2013|
Preview: Knights of Pen & Paper +1
I've been fiddling around with the mobile meta-RPG Knights of Pen & Paper for a wee while now. In fact, it's one of the few games I actually play on my phone, normally preferring dedicated handheld gaming devices rat...more