Contest: Dream Chronicles XBLA Giveaway

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Another giveaway for you. This time we have a handful of download codes to hand out for Hudson Entertainment’s new Xbox Live Arcade hidden object adventure game, Dream Chronicles.

Prize: Five Dream Chronicles codes for Xbox Live Arcade.

How to enter: Do one of the following: leave a comment below (with valid email), follow us on Twitter @vgblogger and retweet this message, or email us at contests@vgblogger.com with the subject line “Dream Chronicles Giveaway.”

Entry Period: Wednesday, October 27 – Friday, October 29 at 12:00 PM EST. Five winners to be randomly selected the afternoon of Friday, October 29.

Dream Chronicles is available now for Xbox 360 via Xbox Live Arcade priced at 800 Microsoft Points. Here is a brief synopsis of the game’s story and gameplay.

Dream Chronicles takes place in an ethereal world where the lines between reality and fantasy blur into an alternate world. Players take on the role of Faye, who wakes up from a strange dream only to find that her husband, Fidget, has been taken captive by the evil Fairy Queen of Dreams, Lilith, and must follow subtle clues to find her missing husband and escape from the mysterious sleeping spell that has taken over the town of Wish.

Solving the myriad traps and puzzles in Dream Chronicles will require sharp senses and keen skills. Lilith, who wants to steal Faye’s husband away for herself, has mixed everything up and left things in disarray. With the guidance of Fidget’s diary, you have to put everything back in its proper place in order to open many magic doors. Finally, after navigating their way through a maze of mysteries, players will search high and low for the solutions to puzzles and obstacles blocking their way across 18 fantastic locations and can even work with a friend, either online or offline, to unravel the mystery at the heart of the story.

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