Present Drop 2016 – Win an iPhone 7 For Christmas
Christmas is coming and… we’ve got a problem here at Tiger Mobiles. See, Santa obviously needs a roof to land on and, well, we’ve been having some issues with ours. Rain isn’t a problem, since we just send an intern around with buckets, but the weight of Santa, nine reindeer and a sleigh full of presents could result in a very messy (and traumatising) disaster.
We got on to Santa and tried to persuade him to use half the reindeer, or to go on a crash diet, neither of which particularly appealed to him. So he came up with a new plan: he’s going to put parachutes on the pressies and then drop them down to us. This seemed perfect, until our intern refused to go up on the roof. Apparently, buckets are one thing, but heights are quite another…
Fortunately, we’ve got Groo. Groo’s agreed to do the job for us, being light of foot and not afraid of heights (and for an additional ration of mayonnaise and chocolate sandwiches). Problem is, dear Groo isn’t quite as sharp of eye (or as co ordinated) as we’d like. Which is where you come in.
No, wait, you don’t have to get on the roof, hear us out. All you need to do is head over to our new Present Drop game and press the right or left side of your phone screen (or right and left buttons on your keyboard) to direct Groo to catch the presents. We’ll take care of delivering them to the right person, so don’t worry about that. You’ll only have to do it for sixty seconds or so, just see how many you can help him catch!
Presents Mean Prizes
Score Over 2,500 points in our daily leaderboard and be in with a chance to win an Amazon Echo Dot
What’s in it for you, you ask? Can we tempt you with a nice choccy and mayo sandwich? No? We thought not. Well, what about this… Any player who scores over 4,000 points in our daily leaderboard from December 11th to December 23rd will be entered into a prize draw to win a super cool Amazon Echo Dot. Entries close at midnight each day and we’ll announce the winners right here on our blog and on Facebook.
Score Over 7,500 Points in our Overall Leaderboard by December 24th and Win an iPhone 7
Any player who scores 7,500 points or more by December 24th will be in with a chance to win an iPhone 7. The game closes on midnight December 24th we’ll be sending the winner a brand new 32GB iPhone 7 in a colour of his or her choice. Not bad, eh? Check out the leaderboard screen on the game to find out how many players have scored above the 7.5k threshold (as well as your global position if you’re a high score junky!)
How Are The Winners Announced
For the Amazon Echo Dot prizes – each day we’ll export all players who scored over 2,500 points and randomly assign them a number between 1 and the number of qualifying entries. E.g if there were 200 qualifying players, each player’s name receives a number between 1 & 200. A random number generator will then be used to draw the winner.
For the iPhone 7 Prize the same process applies. On December 24th we’ll export all players who scored 7,500 points and above and randomly assign them a number between 1 and the number of qualifying entries. A random number generator will then be used to draw the winner.
- Prizes are only available to residents of the United Kingdom
- There’s no age restrictions but we do ask that players under 18 get permission from a parent to play
- Any players caught trying to cheat the game will be banned and if they were in line to win a prize, this will be forfeited. This includes cheating high scores and submitting multiple entries
- Full terms and conditions apply
What You Need To Do Right Now
- Head over to Present Drop
- Control Groo using left and right to catch as many presents as you can
- Record your score (requires a Facebook account).
- See how you’re doing by checking the leaderboard screen built into the game – there’s a daily and overall leaderboard
- Daily winners win a Amazon Echo Dot. The overall winner wins an iPhone 7 32GB. Simple!
Groo and all of us here at Tiger Mobiles wish you the very best of luck. And now we have to go and persuade Groo to stop practising, the shrieking of claws on slate is starting to give us a headache, and the RSPCA has already called us twice…