Contest: Get Your Twitter Username in Life in the Dorms!


August 30, 2011

Coming this winter to Xbox Live Indie Games is Life in the Dorms: an adventure game about a boy whose roommate is (might be) a serial killer, whose R.A. is (might be) in love with him, and whose only friend for miles is his pet water turtle.

And now YOU have a chance to get yourself into the game. Literally.

Moment Games is running a new contest wherein the winner will get his or her Twitter name mentioned in-game in Life in the Dorms. To enter, all you have to do is follow @momentgames on Twitter. That's it. Two weeks from now, we'll pick a winner at random from our list of followers, and that individual will immediately gain thousands of new followers of their own, as well as become more attractive to members of the opposite sex.

…Well, what are you waiting for? Don't you want to be that guy who can say "I was into Life in the Dorms before it won Game of the Year from all those websites"? This is your chance! Follow @momentgames now to win.

About Life in the Dorms

Life in the Dorms is a collaboration between Ted Hung (creator of Office Disorders) and Paul Franzen (Editor-in-Chief of, and it's currently slated for release this winter on the Xbox Live Indie Games channel. Additional details can be found at Moment Games' official website, and fans are encouraged to follow the game's progress on Facebook and Twitter.

About Moment Games

Moment Games is an independent game studio based in Melbourne, Australia and formed by former LucasArts, THQ, and Electronic Arts employee Ted Hung in 2008. We view games as a new medium of storytelling, and our mission is to create interactive games that focus on telling a great story. For more information, please visit  

Games PressGames Press is the leading online resource for games journalists. Used daily by magazines, newspapers, TV, radio, online media and retailers worldwide, it offers a vast, constantly updated archive of press releases and assets, and is the simplest and most cost-effective way for PR professionals to reach the widest possible audience. Registration for the site and the Games Press email digest is available, to the trade only, at