Practice your Bun-Fu
31 years ago a man was born. That man liked bunnies and foxes and ninjas, and as luck would have it, carrots were one of his favorite healthy snacks growing up. Fast forward to today and that man really likes bunnies and foxes and ninjas, and just last night demanded that his mother make him a carrot cake. She did, and he enjoyed it immensely.
Hi, I’m Wes, and I’m the man I was just talking about up above. And I’m your man to hook 10 Steam, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Switch owners up with a free copy of Ninjin: Clash of Carrots so you can be big and strong and demand confections from your mother — LIKE ME!
Take it away, game developer Pocket Trap:
Ninjin: Clash of Carrots is an anime-inspired beat-‘em-up with a gaggle of varied enemies, deep customization…and ninjas! Play through side-scrolling worlds consisting of multiple stages and collect carrots that act as currency which can be redeemed in the Corgi Store for new equipment, or the Shady Shop for special weapons, masks, and other customization items. Grab a friend to join you in 2-player online or local co-op!
I don’t know if you just read that part, but there’s a Corgi Store. *clears throat* I said there’s a Corgi Store! And you play as a totally kawaii bunny or fox and have to beat the crap out of other ninjas so you can hang out with the Corgi Store clerk! I have the power to ban you, and I think I might use it if none of this sounds appealing to you.
For your chance to shop from the Corgi Store, comment below with your platform of choice and tell us which animal you hope the shopkeeper hires to help tend the store. I hope they hire a hyena because he’d laugh at all the jokes my wife stopped listening to about six years ago. I need the positive reinforcement!
Winners will be drawn on Thursday, September 13. Our Switch and PS4 keys are for North American accounts only (Steam and Xbox One keys are region-free). Please make sure you comment from a Dtoid-generated Disqus account that has your current email address on file — if I can’t email you, I can’t give you a free game. And I might just ban you for insulting the hallowed corgi.