London, United Kingdom– 08 July 2011
Continuing the success of previous game promotions and ground-breaking customer offers, online digital retailer Green Man Gaming has announced that they are teaming up with UK national newspaper The Sun, to bring free digital copies of popular PC games to its 7.5 million readers*
Readers of The Sun newspaper and visitors to their website will find voucher codes that can be redeemed for three games; the realistic‘soldier simulator’ ArmA II from Meridian 4, the World War 2 strategy title Men of War from 1C Publishing and the Digital Chocolate’s casual puzzle game Tower Bloxx Deluxe.
Sun readers will be able to access voucher codes for a 100% discount in today’s copy of the newspaper, and will be able to download the games by creating an account at Green Man Gaming and entering the voucher codes during checkout. Readers will be able to download all three titles or only download ones they are interested in.
The codes will also be made available through the technology section of The Sun website from today.
All three titles offered by Green Man Gaming can be downloaded using the company’s gaming client, Capsule, and traded back in for store credit at a later date. Even if a user already owns a title on offer, they can trade it back for credit towards the purchase of a different title on the Green Man Gaming website.
About Green Man Gaming:
Green Man Gaming (GMG) is a UK based independent digital retailer for PC Games. Using globally unique proprietary technology, GMG offer consumers the ability to trade-in digitally downloaded games for new purchases and publishers the ability to generate ongoing revenue from their intellectual property. Green Man Gaming is the only retailer in both the online and offline world to pay a royalty back to the publisher on all pre-owned sales.
There are currently some 500 titles available to purchase from 60 publishing partners. These games have been sold in to 89 countries around the world.
* Jul 10 - Dec 10: 7,592,000 (Source: NRS)
For more information contact Martin Snelling:
Tel: +44 (0) 2071352272
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