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This week, TechRaptor is teaming up with FreakZone Games for another giveaway, who you may know as the developer of the recently released platformer based on the Angry Video Game Nerd. In addition to that series, FreakZone has also dabbled in a different type of retro tribute. That game is MANOS: The Hands of Fate.

MANOS: The Hands of Fate originated as a film, and I use the term film in the loosest way possible. The infamous original production was brought to popular consciousness thanks to Mystery Science Theater 3000, who lampooned the movie in one of the best episodes of the series. Since then, there have been countless tributes to the film, including an HD restoration of the original, four stage adaptions, and FreakZone’s platformer which imagines what a licensed NES game based on the movie would look like. Filled with references to MST3K and bad movies in general, it’s a fun nostalgic romp that I looked at on TechRaptor’s YouTube channel when it first got onto Steam.

So, I ask you, do you have what it takes to jump into the shoes of the incompetent family man Mike? Can you rise to the challenge of facing The Master and enduring the haunting Torgo theme? If so, join this giveaway and try your luck! It’ll be dark soon.

MANOS: The Hands of Fate Steam Key Giveaway

Giveaway Rules: No purchase necessary. Likes, Subscribes, and Follows count as one entry each, and tweeting is worth one entry once a day. In order to enter, an email must be entered. Email will not be used for anything but entrance into the giveaway. Winners will be contacted via the same entry that was used to win (Facebook/Twitter/YouTube/Email) using a random number generator to determine said winners. TechRaptor reserves the right to pull entries that are seen as exploitative (using multiple accounts, etc.) in order to give the best chances to all participants.


Alex Santa Maria

Reviews Editor

TechRaptor's Reviews Editor. Resident fan of pinball, Needlers, Rougelikes, and anything with neon lighting. Owns an office chair once used by Billy Mays.