Freebie Fridays: Week 5 – Indie Week Dear Esther
Exciting times heroes! Today marks the start of the second month in our newly launched Freebie Friday event! Every Friday we give gamers the opportunity to win a copy of an exciting PC game on Steam. This week we decided to hit up one of the most talked about indie titles of recent months, Dear Esther.
Dear Esther is a highly unique title that features picturesque scenery and a storyboard approach to gaming. Due to the unique nature of the game a number of popular film critics felt it fitting to write a review; a rare game that occupies a unique space in creative talents.
We’ve got 3 copies to giveaway so there’s plenty of chances for you to win!
Free Copy Dear Esther
We try to make our Freebie Friday events as easy as possible and this week isn’t any different. Every Friday of every month we post a new Facebook topic detailing the giveaway, what game we’re offering and a gaming related question. All you have to do is answer the question, “Like” our Facebook Page and then share the post.
Although we want to give everyone the opportunity to win, we also like to reward more dedicated fans with a higher chance of success. If you “Like” the Facebook Page, share the Facebook Post and enter our Twitter way, you’ll be given 3 entries into the random draw, drastically increasing your chances of winning a free copy of Dear Esther.
Simply head on over to our Facebook Page and hit that “Like” button. Then comment on our Freebie Friday post for this week, you can find that post here. That will gain you 1 entry into the random draw, share that same post and you’ll get another entry to the draw.
Twitter is just as quick and easy as Facebook. All you have to do is follow us on Twitter and Tweet the following message
#FreebieFridays get a free copy of #DearEsther with @GamersHeroes #indiegames http://alturl.com/isvb3
Entries will close on Sunday February 17th at 20:00 EST. The random draw will follow and the winner will be announced at 21:00 EST on Sunday, February 17th. All entries made after this time will be appreciated but not counted.