Win 'One Way Heroics' From the Tom's Hardware Community

Here in the U.S., we had Monday off for a federal holiday. That also means a short work week! In the spirit of brevity, we're also giving away a short game: One Way Heroics!

This procedurally-generated RPG should take you only a few minutes to play. But then you can play it again, and again, and again and again... it adds up.

Maybe it's not so short.

We have five copies to give away, and you can enter to win in our contest thread! For this game about heroes, we want to hear about your most heroic and least heroic moments in video games. Tell us both, so we can see just how big the difference is between being a hero and being a zero.

The contest will run until 12 PM EDT on Friday, September 11. That's 12:00 noon. Winners will receive their prize via Steam gifts; a Steam account is required to receive and to play the game. One entry per user. Winners will be selected randomly from among eligible entries. Attempts to cheat the system will result in automatic disqualification.

You can enter here! Good luck!

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  • beetlejuicegr
    Heroic moment : the one of the really few times i was really immersed in the role playing role of the game, me soon becoming a dad in real life and having to decide if i will make a child with morrigan in Dragon Age origins...A different style of heroic moment but i was in such a huge dilema, bringing a child in life , even in a game..

    Unheroic moment : due to heavy work real life believing that in witcher 3, fighting the big badass guy with my "daughter" will be the final battle and feeling sad i didn't complete the game and that it still has way to go