Diamond Dan: New 3D puzzler…3 free codes to give away!

Take a look at that trailer. Interested? We certainly are. We’re working on getting a review to you as we speak (well, type) but while you’re waiting, how about trying for a free copy of the game?

Diamond Dan is available to download now from Direct2Drive and Steam for PC and Mac, for $14.99/£8.99. Not at all expensive, but free is undeniably not at all expensive-er. Um, anyway, you get the point. We have not one, not two, but three codes to give away to our beautiful readers – thanks to the wonderful people at Grendel Games. So what do you have to do?

It’s so easy even a Daily Mail reader could do it. Just send an e mail from a valid address (as we will reply via e mail to the winners) with your name and county/state to competitions[at]criticalgamer.co.uk and cross your fingers. The winners will be determined by spin the bottle, or possibly drawn out of some sort of hat. What are you waiting for? Do it! Then visit the official site to see what you could have won.

Good luck peoples!

Terms and Conditions

  • The prizes on offer are three (3) codes for the game ‘Diamond Dan’ for Pc & Mac, redeemable online only. There shall be three (3) winners, who shall receive one (1) code each. Codes provided by Grendel Games for the purposes of this promotion.
  • No alternative prize shall be offered. Prizes are non – returnable.
  • The final date for entries is 10th December 2010. Entries received after this date will not be eligible.
  • The winners will be announced on the site Friday 17th December 2010.
  • One entry per person. Employees of Critical Gamer, Grendel Games, and their families are not eligible to enter.
  • Anybody found to have breached any of these terms and conditions shall have their entry/entries disqualified.
  • The decision of the Critical Gamer administration in all matters pertaining to this competition is final.
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Written by Luke K

Luke plays lots of videogames, now and again stopping to write about them. He's the editor in chief at Critical Gamer, which fools him into thinking his life has some kind of value. Chances are, if you pick up a copy of the latest Official PlayStation Magazine or GamesMaster, you'll find something he's written in there. Luke doesn't have a short temper. If you suggest otherwise, he will punch you in the face.

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