The Assembly Prize Draw Winners Revealed
Winners were selected at random by Liz, our independent adjudicator. Liz can be observed drawing names in an indiscriminate fashion quite literally from a hat in the photo below:
First up, with a whopping 106 retweets (so they were clearly odds-on favourite to get picked) is Kieran Twids from Sheffield, aka @TwidsGameDev, who is currently studying Game Development at Hillsborough College. Click here to see his winning entry and you can check out his “pretty good” game dev blog through here.
Secondly, with a wholly respectable 8 retweets (many of us here at the studio can only dream of receiving 8 retweets) is Jehane from Glasgow, aka @MsSequoya, who describes herself as a “gamer, photographer, friend, general geeky girl type.” You can see her winning entry here.
Next up, we have James Stone, aka @jistone, from Wiltshire, who describes himself as a designer, letterer, metaller and gamer. Rock on, James! To see James’ entry, for which he received 4 retweets, click here.
In penultimate position is Adam Whitehouse, aka @Adaaaam93, a self-described 21 year old with a passion for music and a love of PC gaming. His entry received four retweets… as well as more than a few chuckles here at the nDreams studio.
Lastly – but by no means leastly – is Sheepzez, aka @sheepzez or even /Sheepzez, who despite receiving no retweets still wins a copy because hey, that’s the luck of the draw! This YouTuber, gamer and student hails from Scotland and you can see his winning entry here.
We will be contacting our five winners via Twitter to find out their VR platform of choice so that when The Assembly releases early next year, we can deliver them the appropriate key code to download the game.
We’re here for you, virtually
Thank you to everyone who took part in our prize draw and for visiting us at EGX – we can’t wait to do it all again in future! If you have any questions about The Assembly, go ahead and send us a message via The Assembly's Facebook page or tweet us with the hashtag #TheAssemblyVR.