Popzara Press Avatar Posted on 5/13/2011 by Popzara Press

WIn your own digital copy of Armor Games' Siege Hero for iPhone and iPad in our exclusive giveaway spectacular. Full details inside!

Written by Popzara Staff (Popzara Staff)

Armor Games released Crush the Castle awhile ago for iOS devices and helped pave the way for the 'flinging objects and knocking down' genre that's taken over the world, especially by Rovio's Angry Birds. Rather than get mad, they're getting even, and have released an all-new hit that's sure to please fans of the genre with Siege Hero, and thanks to some of the best touch screen controls on an iOS device, you'll be able to target objects with pinpoint accuracy like never before! To celebrate we're teaming up with Armor and giving fans a chance to win their very own (digital) copy for the iPhone/iPod Touch or iPad in our exclusive Siege Hero "Fowl Play" Giveaway Spectacular!

Some medieval knights need your help taking down all who stand in their way, from hairy Vikings to samurai warriors, they've certainly got their work cut out for them. We're making it easy to enter and help them out, as entering to win is easier than tossing rocks and taking names. Simply answer the following question to us direct at popzara@gmail.com or by following our humble Twitter account right HERE!

"What Your Favorite Medieval Class? (Knight, Wizard, etc)"

Do you dream of suiting up as a knight? Or prefer the long distance power of an archer or wizard? Whatever your path, show us your love of medieval times and you'll be registered to win. Six lucky fans will fling their way to victory with the following prizes:

Victorious Viking Award: One Digital Copy of Armor Games' Siege Hero for iOS Devices (iPhone/iPod Touch or iPad)

But the fun doesn't have to end there! Check out our official review of Armor Games' explosive Siege Hero right HERE! Or if you just can't wait and need your destructive fix right now visit the official iTunes Store right HERE!

The Siege Hero "Fowl Play" Giveaway Spectacular begins Friday May 13th and runs until Friday May 20th. Winner(s) will be chosen and contacted that weekend, so please keep your eyes on any emails or posts from us during that time. In the event we are unable to contact our first-place winner(s), new winner(s) will be chosen at that time. The contest is open to everyone and no purchase is required to enter.

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