11 th, April 2017, Higher Eclectic Ground – Higher Eclectic Ground’s giveaway of Point Five Team’s RAM BOE last month had ended with the assurance that multiple opportunities to bag a copy of the 2016 casual indie puzzler were due in April. Rightfully from the 10th -17th of this week, both Need To Know Gaming and The Zombie Chimp have each put up three PC/Android copies of RAM BOE for grabs.
As before, the purpose of the giveaway is to mark and commemorate the launch of Point Five’s dedicated website from earlier this year.
Hosted on its Twitter page Need To Know Gaming’s Gleam-based version of the giveaway lets one secure multiple entries for a chance to win, while The Zombie Chimp simply requires participants to fill in a form with their respective entries.
At the end of the giveaway period, each of the two outlets will randomly pick and announce up to three winners that will be contacted by the developers to determine their choice of a PC or Android copy of RAM BOE.
These will have exactly a week to respond before alternate contestants are picked; one may choose to partake in either or both giveaways at the same time, with corresponding terms and conditions found at the respective giveaway links below.
Need To Know Gaming’s Giveaway of RAM BOE - https://gleam.io/SDyan/win-a-copy-of-ram-boe-a-sokoban-puzzle-game-for-pcandroid
The Zombie Chimp’s Giveaway of RAM BOE - http://www.thezombiechimp.com/2017/04/10/ram-boe-giveaway-contest/
Launched on Android and Steam last year, the Higher Eclectic Ground affiliated puzzle of RAM BOE draws inspiration from classic Sokoban. As a rock-climbing adventurer turned ram, players are challenged with 55 levels of mind-bending puzzles that they must solve by combining and moving Rune Stones into a mystical well of revival, navigating steep drops, saving trapped souls and avoiding an encounter with a legendary ice monster in the process.
A gaming website, The Zombie Chimp had reviewed RAM BOE in November, last year, calling it an adorable little puzzle that often turned rage-inducing due to its slightly dodgy control system. Host Dawn of the Need To Know Gaming Channel expressed similar concerns earlier this year, before also deeming it a cute puzzler that was to not be missed.
As always, one may backtrack through RAM BOE’s development cycle and delve deeper into its features by means of its Higher Eclectic Space ; queries, feedback and other interactions with the Point Five team meanwhile may be left at their sub-forum here on Higher Eclectic Ground. Good luck!
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To request a review copy of RAM BOE or the like, please E-mail the game’s Higher Eclectic representative Sean Braganza at firstname.lastname@example.org
About RAM BOE
Developed by Pointfive Team, RAM BOE has players control Beauregard Pete, an adventurer trapped within the being of a Ram forever after a failed duel with a vicious ice monster.
Beau (Boe) must now pass through 55 levels of brain-bending puzzles, solve them by combining and moving Rune stones that contain trapped souls into a ‘mystical well of revival’ and navigate steep drops — all while the possibility of a second encounter with Thrym, the ice monster, looms.
About PointFive Team
Founded in 2014, PointFive team consists of six members namely Programmers Mike & Chris, 3D artists Alex & Alex, 2D artist Domenico and Storyteller Jane Arvine. RAM BOE is the team’s second game creation, the first being Jetpack Johnny, a free-to-play Android game.
About Higher Eclectic Ground
Founded in August, 2015 and operated ever since by Sean Braganza, Higher Eclectic Ground is a curated network of independent developers and artists involved in the creation of Video Games and Video Game related media.
Its services towards affiliated games and their developers primarily involves the provision of highly personalised Public Relations(PR), Quality Assurance(QA) and general Press-centric services with the goal of functioning and operating as the PR department of their development teams.
In addition, it also plays agent to various other freelance creators and artists of gaming media – helping them build a web-presence around their respective crafts and working to garner them freelance employment opportunities within the gaming industry.