10th Anniversary Competition - Part Two

***Competition Now Closed!***

Part one of our 10th anniversary competition went spectacularly well. Your submissions were fantastic and really showed how much the Dreamcast still means to us all as gamers. It's time to move on though, and we're pleased to unveil your second opportunity to win one of the fabulous Dreamcast Collection vinyls kindly donated by Sega Europe.

Last time we wanted your memories, but this time we're going to test your knowledge of the Dreamcast's outstanding library. Below, you will find cropped screens from 25 of the Dreamcast's finest, worst, most common and not-so-common titles. It's a real mixed bag but the one thing linking them together is this: guess them all correct and you could win the second vinyl and find yourself rocking out to the dulcet tones of Crazy Taxi, Sonic Adventure and Space Channel 5. Well, the PSN/XBLA versions of Crazy Taxi, anyway.
A worthy prize.
A keen eye will be required here, as will an in-depth knowledge of every genre from the Dreamcast's library. Once you think you've got them all, put your answers in a numbered list and email your entry to admin@thedreamcastjunkyard.co.uk. In the likely event that we get multiple correct entries before the deadline, the winner will be drawn out of a hat - it's best to keep these things fair and simple.

What are you waiting for?! Get studying these images...

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There you go - get your eyes around that lot and put your grey matter into gear! One word of caution - some of these shots are not the games you may initially think they are. And that's the only help you'll get from us! The competition will run for one month and will close at 12:00 noon GMT on Friday 31st July 2015. One entry per person, DCJY decision on the winner is final. Everyone is eligible to enter, regardless of their location on this fair blue and green pebble. And all that jazz.

Good luck!

3 comments:

Simon Early said...

Are you having a laugh? Anyone who can decipher that pictorial version of the Enigma Code is a better man than me!

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BlueSwirl said...

Man, there are two I'm really struggling with, don't want to submit until I get them :D