Popzara Press Avatar Posted on 11/30/2012 by Popzara Press

Win UTV Ignition's Magical Drop V for Steam in our exclusive giveaway spectacular. Full ball-popping rules and regulations inside!

Written by Popzara Staff (Popzara Staff)

Data East's wacky Japanese puzzle game series Magical Drop returns at long last thanks to UTV Ignition Entertainment and developer Golgoth Studio with Magical Drop V for Steam users. And we're giving you a chance to win a copy of your own to play on Steam in our exclusive Mystical Magical Giveaway Spectacular!!

Some zany anime-like characters based off of tarot cards could use your help launching colored spheres to make their way to the famed Magical Drop, a mystical item that will grant any wish of those who claim it. And claiming a copy of Magical Drop V for Steam is easier than playing marbles to win, as simply follow us on our magical Twitter or Facebook pages, then answer the following question:

"What's Your Favorite Japanese Puzzle Game?"

Whether it's classics such as Puzzle Bobble or even Puyo Puyo (aka Kirby's Avalanche and Dr. Robotnik's Mean Bean Machine in the States), share your love of puzzle titles from the Land of the Rising Sun for your chance to win one of the following:

Peachy Puzzler Award: One (1) Redeemable Code for UTV Ignition's Magical Drop V on Steam (value $9.99)

For more ball-blasting fun check out our official review of UTV Ignition's Magical Drop V for Steam right HERE!

The Mystical Magical Giveaway Spectacular!! begins Friday November 30th and runs until Friday December 7th. Winner(s) will be chosen and contacted that weekend over Twitter or Facebook, 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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