Eight. It’s a number that means a lot of things to a lot of different people. Some use it as the centerpiece of a classic numerological joke, some value its symmetrical shape, and some associate it with the most radical time in the history of our society. However, octopi truly are dedicated to the number. In the octogon of the animal kingdom, no creature can compete when it comes to representing this fine digit between seven and nine. Whether you love octopi or the number eight, it’s pretty clear that Ocotgeddon is going to be the game for you.
Since we find ourselves with a clutch of eight golden tickets for the Octogeddon closed b8ta, you know we have to hand those out to eight lucky readers. They’ll be the first to experience the quirky arcade action, which consists of rolling through cities with the help of various animal limbs upgrades. Chicken heads will deploy explosive eggs, dinosaur skulls will chomp down on the unfortunate passerby, and even an unequipped tentacle will probably cause some chaos.
In addition, winners of the giveaway will also be eligible to receive a mailed copy of “The Art of Octogeddon”, an art book that will go great on any aquarium adjacent coffee table. Winners must provide a valid mailing address in order to receive the art book upon publication in the Summer of 2018.
So, if you want to be one of the lucky b8ta players and try the game before all your friends, just enter below! We won’t REQUIRE you to complete eight social actions, but it would be appreciated to keep with our theming. Codes will be distributed on December 15th to the eight winners, and they’ll get a full copy of the game upon release and an artbook in Summer of 2018.
Good luck, and come back next week (or perhaps sooner?) for another great giveaway.
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