Father Geek, in cooperation with Letiman Games, is very pleased to offer GEEKS IN THE UNITED STATES an opportunity to WIN 2 COPIES of Dino Dude Ranch!
Here is what the publisher has to say…
In Dino Dude Ranch, players roll custom dice each turn in order to collect resources (leaves, fish, and meat) used to capture dinosaurs from the Jurassic Hunting Grounds. Players decide which dinosaurs to purchase from the hunting grounds depending on several factors including: which dinosaurs are available in the hunting grounds, what resources each rancher has available, how many points each dinosaur in the hunting grounds is worth, and what dinosaurs will earn the player bonus points through their secret rancher bonus (dealt out at the beginning of the game).
Dinosaurs? Ranching? Yes! For ages 8 and up, plays less than an hour, and the game can be enjoyed by 2 to 5 of your Jurassic ranching buddies. Two lucky people are going to get a copy of this game and one of them certainly can be you.
Rules and Such
Let’s get to the fun part; the giveaway! To participate, you must complete at least the mandatory entry requirements below, but your odds of winning can be improved (greatly) if you complete all of the entry items and any daily entry requirements. Up to you, folks. Play the odds or do all that you can to beat them!
This contest will end on January 12th 12:00 AM CST. No additional entries will be counted after this date and time.
This contest is available to GEEKS IN THE UNITED STATES ONLY. Sorry, rest of the world.
TWO winners will be selected at random using Rafflecopter and contacted via email. The winners have 48 hours (2 days) to respond. If the winner’s email is incorrect or they do not respond within 48 hours, another winner will be selected. If a winner is selected, and their entries are found to be fraudulent, they are automatically removed from the list, are dead to me, and another winner will be selected. You cheat, you lose.
The winners will be announced here.
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