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A few free copies of the entire Wallace & Gromit series!

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Hello Telltale fans,

My name is Bill Jones. I am the creator of a new website for games and comics that is officially launching tomorrow on the release date of Wallace & Gromit's Grand Adventures Episode 1. I've been editing games for AMP Magazine for about two years and we're branching off and doing our own website, Pads & Panels.

To help garner some interest, Telltale has been incredibly kind and gave us three download codes for the entire Wallace & Gromit series for prize giveaways, as we are launching with a review of Episode 1. Seeing as all the biggest Telltale fans hang out on this board, I thought I'd invite everyone by to check out the site at Entering will be as easy as checking out the site and commenting on our posts, starting with the Wallace & Gromit review tomorrow.

I look forward to seeing you all there. Please add us to your RSS feed if you like it, and tell your friends.

Bill Jones
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  • Our site also has a review of the game up now and gave it a 4.5 out of 5. You can check it out here -
  • Official Rules

    1. Open to United States residents.
    2. To enter, please read the instructions provided above. Users can earn a maximum of six entries in the random drawing.
    3. Pads & Panels will only contact you if you win.
    4. You give us permission to use your first name and town if you win.
    5. This contest is open to all ages, as the game has an ESRB Rating of E for Everyone.
    6. All entries must be received by 11:59 p.m. Central Standard Time Friday, March 27.
    7. Users caught creating multiple accounts to enter will be disqualified.
    8. To be fair, writers for Pads & Panels and their immediate family members are not elligible to win.

    No chance for people outside US?:(
  • We really would like to, but we learned certain countries and provinces and such have weird rules about prize giveaways. Quebec for instance taxes certain things in a weird way and requires a lot of advance notice for anything its residents are eligible for. We need to educate ourselves a bit more, to be honest, before we'll be comfortable offering the contests elsewhere. We might be doing cool things (non-contest) for active members, like send out some extra swag or something, so if you dig the site I'd still recommend participating and hopefully we'll be able to do something for you in the future.
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