Giveaway: Armello (Switch NA)

Win one of two copies!

Well hello there, my friends! you didn’t think I was going to keep letting Wes have all the fun did you? No, no. We can’t have that. Enough about that terrible Taco man though, we are here to celebrate the release of Armello on Switch today! Thats right, League of Geeks awesome digital board game-esque game has hit the Switch! To celebrate, those awesome folks have given us two copies to throw at you lovely readers. 

Now, you might be asking yourself: What’s an Armello, and why do I want it Mike? Valid point. Let’s look at the about: 

“Armello is a grand swashbuckling adventure that combines three styles of play; The deep tactics of card games with the rich strategy of table top board games, combined with a character role-playing system.

As a hero from one of the clans of Armello, you’ll quest, scheme, hire agents, explore, vanquish monsters, cast spells and face off against other players, with one ultimate end goal in mind — storming the palace and becoming King or Queen of Armello. The Kingdom of Armello is as dangerous as it is beautiful, perils, banes and bandits hide around every corner and a spreading corruption known as the rot is leaving no creature untouched.

Armello is League of Geeks’ attempt to revolutionise digital board and card games, whilst providing players a rich world within which they can craft their own stories of epic adventure. The aim was to create a rich game full of backstabbing, close shaves, shattered alliances, ruses and empty promises – a perfect game to play online with your friends.”

Final question: How do you win? Simply leave me a comment below, telling me what your favorite digital, or real (gross), board or card game is, and I’ll randomly choose two winners. When? You have until Oct. 12th to enter! Winners will be emailed at the email their disqus account is tied to. Make sure yours is up to date. Also, if you don’t want to wait or don’t have a Switch; You can grab Armello on Steam (50% off until Oct. 2nd), on PSN and of course (and again) on Switch

Mike Martin