Radial 50 Announces Nation-wide Contest to Win Free iPod Touch
Radial 50, an up-and-coming iPhone game, announces the kick-off of a nation-wide contest where clues and hints lead participants towards a free iPod Touch and other prizes.
St. Louis, MO. April 21, 2009— Radial 50, the soon-to-be-released title from Roundthird (www.roundthird.com) on the iPhone gaming platform, is pleased to announce the launch of the Radial 50 iPod Touch Contest. The contest consists of seven days of clues, beginning April 22, 2009 and ending April 28, 2009, that all lead to one final answer. The first 100 submitted correct answers will enter into a drawing for a free iPod Touch.
Participants in the contest can receive the clues from multiple sources, namely by visiting the Radial 50 website (www.radial50.com/contests) and following Radial 50 on Twitter—www.twitter.com/radial50. A new clue will appear on the website and the Twitter feed each day for seven days. Contestants may submit guesses of the final answer at any point during the seven days, plus 24 hours after the final clue; however, each person may only answer once. Although the first 100 correct guesses have a chance at winning the iPod Touch, all correct answers, regardless of order submitted, will be entered into a drawing for a $25 Apple gift card and a $25 iTunes gift card.
“The Radial 50 iPod Touch Contest is a very exciting project for Roundthird because it allows us to engage with the iPhone and iPod community,” said Jordan Koene, co-founder of Roundthird. “The contest is one of many ways we are promoting the Radial 50 game, but it also integrates with our larger goal of connecting with technology users and creating a forum for new ideas.”
The Radial 50 iPod Touch Contest is open to all residents of the United States. No purchase is necessary, and the winners will be announced at 12:00pm on April 30, 2009. For an overview and contest rules, visit the website at www.radial50.com/contests.
Radial 50 (www.radial50.com) is an up-and-coming iPhone game with a new spin on the classic “Breakout” game first introduced on the Atari in 1976. It brings an entirely new aspect to the arcade classic by allowing the player to control the paddle and ball around a 360-degree playfield, focusing the gameplay on defeating a central target rather than the often painful chore of eliminating all targets on the gameboard. Radial features 50 intense rounds and challenging gameplay for both beginners and arcade veterans, and a location-based leaderboard tracks user scores against friends.
About Roundthird (www.roundthird.com)
Roundthird provides a wide range of services that compliment and offer an all-encompassing, interactive marketing strategy, perfectly tailored to achieve business goals. They understand the importance of synergy between a brand, website, online media, and content and offer services in each of these areas, creating them with the client’s unique identity in mind.