iFans has partnered with developer Igor Migun to give away 10 copies of Z.O.N.A: Road to Limansk for iPhone, plus an additional 5 copies for iPad. If you think you’ve got what it takes to master this game, simply leave a comment on this giveaway for a chance to win this app for free.
The fast-paced action game starts with the protagonist reaching the post of DPS and planning to leave for the Chernobyl zone. Suddenly, however, he finds himself in an abandoned bar. Starting from the bar, you have to find your way across an abandoned exclusion zone.
There are lots of tracks, challenging puzzles and tasks awaiting you in the game to provide fun and challenging gameplay. There is a significant amount of Soviet machinery that will help you to complete the long journey across the abandoned exclusion zone, and you’ll even find clues to discover the secret of what caused the whole situation you’re in. Z.O.N.A: Road to Limansk is 99 cents for iPhone, iPod touch and $2.99 for the HD version for iPad.
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Giveaway Rules and Guidelines
- No purchase necessary.
- To enter, simply post a comment that meets any requirements listed above.
- You may only enter once per account, per household or business.
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- There is no age requirement to enter this giveaway.
- Fifteen random winners will be selected based on all entries received.
- Entry Deadline: 16 December 2012, 11:59 PM Eastern (GMT – 5:00)
- Failure to claim or acknowledge your prize within 3 days (72 hours) will result in forfeiture of the prize.
Key Features of Z.O.N.A: Road to Limansk:
- Familiar world of post-Soviet space
- Authentic objects of the Chernobyl exclusion zone
- Atmosphere of eerie mystery and constant danger
- Collection and sale of artifacts
- Atmospheric music and sound
- Large selection of Soviet machinery
- Death anomalies