Indie game studio Swing Swing Submarine are giving away 10 copies of their awesome game ‘Blocks that matter’ to Linux users.
Blocks that Matter is a puzzle-platform game in which you play as a ‘Tetrobot’, a cute cubed robot drill, whose job it is to travel underground drilling, collecting and recycling ‘blocks’.
Drawing on elements from popular indie game Minecraft and the world-famous Tetris, Blocks that Matter has a bucket full of replay value, challenging puzzle, a kicking soundtrack and – most important for rubbish gamers like me – an adorable “just don’t call it Wall-E” protagonist.
To be in with a chance of winning one of the 10 free copies you’ll need to get creative: the most impressive ASCII ART (related to the game preferably) sent to the developers (as a text file or screenshot) will nab a free copy.
But you only have until Monday!
Remember: You need to send the developers your ASCII art, not us.
Thanks to all who sent this in