Tuesday Twitter Giveaway: Demons’ Score and More

iOS devices are home to almost every conceivable game genre. We asked you about some of your favorites, and you were happy to share.

The following Tweets won codes:

“@JamesZzzzzzz: Im a fan of real-time strategy games.

“@fanweihua: I love to play tower defense games more than anything else on my iPad.

“@BaldemarMerlo: my favorite kind of games are puzzles they are so addicting and fun and i love challenging games

“@Foglock: I like playing action games mostly for my iPad

@FSNsaber: Puzzle games are my fave to play on my iPod Touch :D

“@DCloseTweets: I love to play physics puzzlers on my iPod Touch! Can’t get enough of them…more, MORE!!

@Buffy110: I like to play RPGs the most. Because, they usually last 40 hours or more.

We’ll see you later with a new contest!

If Tuesday’s giving you the weekday blues, enter our giveaway contest for a chance to win a free iOS game. This week we’re giving away the bizarre music/ rhythm game Demons’ Score, plus a lot more. Read on for this week’s rules!

Win Demons’ Score or the teddy bear gets it.

This week, we’ve got codes for Demons’ Score, Candy Run, Fairy Magic, and Split Decision: The Nonsense Knowledge Game.

To win, first follow us on Twitter. Then, tweet a response to this question:

What’s your favorite kind of game to play on your iOS device?

Make sure you include @slidetoplay and the URL http://bit.ly/QCOK6f in your response. Limit your responses to one per person. You must be following us on Twitter to win.

We’ll pick 7 winners at random this week. A sample tweet looks like this:

I love to play retro RPGs more than anything else on my iPhone. @slidetoplay http://bit.ly/QCOK6f

Remember, you have to provide your own response– don’t just copy the sample. Good luck!

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