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Zen Studios, the makers of Pinball FX, are working on a new 2D physics-based war game called CastleStorm, and you can win a free copy as long as your vocal cords are warmed up.
Anyone with a love for war or karaoke can enter to win some Zen Studios Slippers, or a few redeemable codes for CastleStorm and the next Pinball
FX2 release. To enter, submit a link of your own CastleStorm music video using the below Karaoke trailer then send it to Zen Studios via email at CastleStorm@zenstudios.com or Twitter to @zen_studios. The contest is open until November 16, 2012 at 11:59 PM PST, and is open to people of all ages. We have a feeling that extra points will be awarded to those who dress up as Knights or Vikings.
CastleStorm is a medieval warfare game where Knights and Vikings meet in 2D physics-based combat. Players control the battle in real time, harnessing the power of medieval artillery, fearsome ground attacks, and powerful spells.
Check out the Karaoke trailer now. You won't get the full experience unless you sing it.
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hmmm I feel like not acting like an idiot and just buying it instead.
So, yeah, I thought there would actually be someone singing in a decent voice so that it would go along and mask my voice with theirs so that it would be somewhat decent, but it's was just me awkwardly singing by myself while scruffy men duked it out.
Er.. Yeah, I don't think I'll be entering this.
...does growling count?
I had a solo in my third grade Thanksgiving concert so I think I've got this wrapped up.
Can you win by being embarrassingly bad? My voice is a deep Texan-style monotone that just doesn't go well with a mic.
*Que Death Metal rage singing*
So this game is basically Swords and Soldiers meets Angry Birds. That's not necesarily bad, but there just seems to be a maddening amount of idea "borrowing" by developers today.
Time to bust out my vocals.
Sure...I'm going to win a Karaoke Contest while my voice is changing...sure...sure...
Thats... thats alright
It doesn't even seem like the song playing and the lyrics go together. I tried singing it and it's like I'm trying to keep up with a freight train while bouncy sounds in the back throw off my rhythm.
i'd rather buy it than to make myself look stupid hahaha.