And so we reach the last in our season of Twitter competitions.
It's been a bit of a nightmare year for Nintendo. The 3DS didn't exactly set the world on fire, the announcement of the Wii U was met with widespread confusion and shrugging, and the albino box that once printed money has found itself carried onwards only thanks to dancing titles. But Ninty are preparing for a big finish. The Wii is finally getting the dedicated Zelda epic that it has been longing after for four years.
And on Tuesday 15th, we're giving away 18 copies!
You know the drill by now. Every hour, on the hour, between 6pm and midnight there'll be a question going up on either the @Dealspwn or @HotUKDeals streams on Twitter. We'll be kicking things off at 6pm on the @Dealspwn stream and alternating from there, so make sure you're following both accounts to maximise your chances. The night will run as follows:
- 6pm - Dealspwn
- 7pm - HotUKDeals
- 8pm - Dealspwn
- 9pm - HotUKDeals
- 10pm - Dealspwn
- 11pm - HotUKDeals
All you need to do is reply to the relevant stream on Twitter with the answer and the #winZelda hashtag within the hour.
For example, if this is the question:
Win Zelda. Name the village at the foot of Death Mountain in Ocarina of Time. #winZelda
If the question came from Dealspwn, then you should answer:
Kakariko Village @Dealspwn #WinZelda
Or if the question came from HUKD, then answer:
Kakariko Village @HotUKDeals #WinZelda
Individual question rounds will last an hour, after which three winners with the correct answer will be chosen at random for each question. As you'll see in the rules below, we only accept one entry per person. Multiple entries and duplicate posts are deleted upon data collation to ensure a level playing field. We tend not to disqualify people completely, but we will if you take the piss.
Things to note:
- One entry will be accepted per account per question. You're welcome to compete in all of the question contests, but the maximum you'll win is one copy.
- One entrant per household.
- UK entrants only.
- Check your answers! You only get one shot per round so make it count. Online wikis that may be edited at will by users are generally not the most reliable sources of accurate info.