Giveaway – The Deadly Tower of Monsters!

    Scholarly Gamers’ community streamer NightLightKnight (NLK) is giving away a copy of The Deadly Tower of Monsters, developed by ACE Team and published by Atlus for PC. Starting off the three-hour stream, NLK will be playing Evoland 2 to start, and will transition towards The Deadly Tower of Monsters towards the latter half of the show to present a good demo of the game without giving away too much of the plot.

    Tune into her Twitch Channel between 6:30 – 9:30PM EST (two hours from now) for a chance to win The Deadly Tower of Monsters or any other surprise goodie(s) she sees fit to dole out. Few simple rules, though:

    1. Be sure to follow the channel
    2. Be in the chat for at least ten minutes before the giveaway starts


    From the Atlus product page:

    Green screen! Lasers! And a tower full of deadly monsters!

    When Dick Starspeed crash lands his rocket on the planet of Gravoria, he’ll have to fight through dinosaurs, nukular ants, and other skilled, costumed stuntmen to make it up the deadly tower of monsters.

    Fire up your ray guns, crystal swords, and laser whips, and get ready for thrills and chills! Be amazed by the state-of-the-art effects, including stop-motion, rotoscope, image compositing, and even some elaborate costumes covered in real fur! With three incredible movie stars playing out decidedly B-level sci-fi exploits, Dick Starspeed, Scarlet Nova, and Robot will have you ready to jump off the side of the tower—right into adventure! Gather your courage and prepare to face off against the more than half-a-hundred monsters that will try and stop your ascension up THE DEADLY TOWER OF MONSTERS!




    As always, with Scholarly Gamers giveaways, be respectful to one another and remember that the giveaways are for fun, and we plan to hold many of them as we continue to build momentum within the community. Follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more information on giveaways, intellectual features, and day-to-day news of the gaming world.

    Markus Piil
    A staunch supporter of the technical arts, Markus has been working as a software developer for two startup tech companies in Western Canada. Gaming aside, he likes adventuring in the mountains, camping with the wife, and playing metal tunes on the guitar.


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