Fantastic Noodles launches music competition game
Quick noodle snack brand Fantastic Noodles has launched an online game called “Perfect Groove”, where players can progress through levels to win prizes.
The online game – which is available through the Fantastic Noodles Facebook page – invites players to put their rhythmic skills to the test by hitting the right chords at the right time by drumming on Noodle cups as they slide down neon technicoloured guitar strings.
Those who show timing agility and drumming prowess will earn a place on the leaderboard and will be in the running for a number of prizes. Entrants can double their score and increase their chance of winning by buying any Fantastic Noodles product and submitting the receipt number from any retailer when they finish the game.
Entrants can play “The Perfect Groove” game on a desktop computer, using a keyboard as the game controller; on a desktop computer, using a synced mobile phone as the game controller; or on a mobile phone or tablet.
The top three competitors on the leader board will pick up a weekly prize, with the first prize winner being able to choose between an Electric Guitar, DJ pack or Sonos speaker. Second place will have the choice of an iTunes or Spotify voucher. All top three winners will get a limited edition Fantastic t-shirt and a carton of noodles to enjoy.
The competition’s overall main prize winner will get a 55 inch HD LED 3D TV, home theatre system, PS4 console and accessories, Sony tablet, t-shirt and a carton of noodles.
The competition will run for an 8-week period until Tuesday, 5 August 2014.
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