Nintendo Wire is teaming up with Image & Form, the developer behind the popular SteamWorld series, to bring you a number of giveaways over the course of the next couple weeks. You can expect to find various methods of entry available on several social media platforms — with the first one kicking off right here on NintendoWire.com! You’ll find information about all the giveaways below.
Not familiar with SteamWorld Heist yet? We’ve got you covered!
Get ready for action because that’s exactly what’s in store for you when you play SteamWorld Heist. The game has you commanding a pirate crew in a series of epic tactical shootouts. You’ll be immersed in a game that provides you with an action-packed, turn-based strategy formula, giving you the ability to manually aim guns at robots while allowing for some pretty spectacular skill shots with bullets-a-blazin’.
SteamWorld Heist is offered on the 3DS and the Wii U, with both receiving high amounts of praise from critics and fans alike. The 3DS version has been a finalist at the SXSW Awards, and Heist is one of the two highest rated games of all time on the Wii U, according to Metacritic.
Enter the NintendoWire.com giveaway
For this NintendoWire.com giveaway, one lucky winner will have the opportunity to choose a game code for either the 3DS or Wii U version of SteamWorld Heist.
To enter, simply leave a comment below explaining why you’re interested in the SteamWorld series. You can enter today through this Friday, April 7th, at 12 p.m. CST. Soon after entry is closed the Nintendo Wire team will pick a winner at random. The winner will then be sent a congratulatory email, which will also ask what console version of the game they prefer.
Good luck to all who enter!
The game sharin’ doesn’t end there! You’ll find two additional giveaways available through our Twitter and Facebook accounts, courtesy of Image & Form. Just browse to each platform and follow the directions for the respective giveaway to have even more chances to win your very own copy of SteamWorld Heist.
— Nintendo Wire (@NinWire) April 3, 2017