Sockventure Giveaway – Win Copies For Nintendo Switch

Sockventure, the challenging and fun platformer about a cursed washing machine and superhero made from socks, has made its way to the Nintendo Switch and to celebrate we are giving away five copies of the game! The brightly coloured adventure had us engaged and (sometimes enraged) when we reviewed it last month and now you can grab yourself a copy thanks to our friends at Versus Evil and Plan of Attack.

Sockventure Switch Code Giveaway

In our review, we said of Sockventure that “…its deceptively simple premise and brightly coloured exterior hide a compelling and complex little game”. The game has an endearing and bright aesthetic but beyond that, you’ll be treated to a platformer that demands precision and rewards exploration of its many levels.

Sockventure is a humble triumph in mechanical refinement and elbow grease development. A 2D, fast-paced platformer that demands both your attention and patience, Sockventure fits right in among its difficult yet compelling indie peers”

To enter, simply follow the instructions in the form below. This competition is open to Australian residents only and will run from today, May 6th 2022, until next Friday, May 13th, 2022.

Sockventure Giveaway for Switch (Aus)
James Wood
James Wood
James literally cannot recall a time in which video games weren’t a part of his life. A childhood hobby turned adult fascination, gaming has been one of the few constants.

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