Contest: Hoard Steam Giveaway

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I’ve raved about Big Sandwich Games’ arcade dragon simulator Hoard, both the original PS3 version from last year and the more recent PSP version. Last week the game finally made its PC and Mac debut with a release on Steam, and since then it has already been patched to iron out a few early kinks. Now it’s time for you to go play the game, and we’re here to help get you started with free Steam download codes!

To begin your reign of terror as a loot-hungry dragon, this is what you need to do:

Prize: 3 Steam download codes for Hoard on PC/Mac. Game valued at $9.99.

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 โ€œHoard Steam Giveaway.โ€ Only ONE method of entry is required, but feel free to enter all three ways to increase your chances.

Entry Period: Monday, April 11 โ€“ Wednesday, April 13 at 12:00 PM EST. Three winners to be randomly selected the afternoon of Wednesday, April 13.

Hoard is available now on Steam for PC and Mac as well as the PlayStation Network store for PS3 and PSP. Learn more about the game at www.hoardgame.com.

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