Mega Giveaway Day 59 – Unearth Game

Mega Giveaway Day 59 – Unearth Game

Earlier this year we told you about Boss Monster, an 8-bit card game. It’s a huge hit from Brotherwise Games and we can understand why. We included their latest game, Unearth, in our guide to family games because it can appeal to a variety of experience levels as gamers use dice to unearth lost cities. We’ll be unearthing a winning entry for someone since this is Day 59 in our 150+ Days of Giveaways! As with discovering a lost city, it may take more than a day so return tomorrow and each day for additional entry options.

150+ Days of Giveaways – Day 59 – Unearth Game

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57 comments on «Mega Giveaway Day 59 – Unearth Game»

  1. Rick M says:

    In my own backyard

  2. Heather Bridson says:

    I would love to discover a lost city on our property downstate, something really special that could be shared with the community.

  3. Jeremy S says:

    I’d love to find a secret cave that leads to a lost city in the SRA near my house.

  4. Ryan Malone says:

    I would love to discover a lost city under the ocean

  5. Dolores Q. says:

    On my own property.

  6. Eric Shearer says:

    A subterranean city under my backyard.

  7. Sue E says:

    I’d like to find a lost city in the empty lot down the street from my house.

  8. David says:

    If it’s a City of Gold? In my backyard!

  9. Donald Wayman says:

    Antarctica

  10. Josh Christian says:

    I wish I could discover a lost city in the Hoh Rainforest.

  11. Laurie says:

    In Canada, because it is the coolest!!

  12. Josh Bugeja says:

    As a kid, I’d want to find a lost city near the playground. As an adult, near my own playground- the backyard!

  13. Darlene Owen says:

    I wish I could discover a lost city at my little town.

  14. aunte jill says:

    i want to travel so a lost city in italy

  15. jan says:

    a lost city in the jungle would be cool

  16. MICHAEL C STEFFENS says:

    I’d love to find lost cities everywhere. I love the idea that the Leaky Caldron is in plain sight, if you know where to look, and leads to all sorts of wonders the people of London have no knowledge of.

  17. Caroline Lennek says:

    A lost city of treasure in my back yard would be a super discovery!

  18. Ryan Schenk says:

    I wish I could discover a lost city in Alaska. This is my favorite place on earth and if I could find something undiscovered I would be absolutely ecstatic.

  19. Sarah says:

    Backyard would make it quite convenient. 😀

  20. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    Upper Peninsula Michigan

  21. Dave Blizzard says:

    on Salt Spring Island

  22. Trey LaCaze says:

    Texas

  23. Kelly VanAuken says:

    I would love to find a lost city in my garden.

  24. Michael Shea says:

    Floating in a cloud.

  25. João Braz says:

    In my basement,lit a trap door hidden behind something and leading to an underground lost city =P

  26. Daniel M says:

    I wish I could discover a lost city on the planet Mars!

  27. Andrew W. says:

    It would be cool to find a lost city in the far north, that way I wouldn’t have to deal with the insects and the heat!

  28. Paul Sponaugle says:

    In China… the richness of the world there is so fascinating.

  29. brody says:

    on some land I own tHe rights to !

  30. Binarystrash says:

    I dunno, right next to my appartment so i wouldn’t have to walk.

  31. Ashley T says:

    in the Himalayan mountains

  32. Katrina Weiss says:

    Somewhere on my families property, as long as it is warm and snow free.

  33. Kristin Troska says:

    Northern Minnesota would be great with a nice lake in the middle of the city! Ha!

  34. Rammy M says:

    discover a real lost city? that sounds like too much work. more likely I’d get lost and need to be “discovered”

  35. I would love to discover a lost city/civ like under wherever I live. Like you go down to the basement but it just continues to go down…

  36. Deanna S says:

    I’d like to discover an underwater city where human civilization is possible (e.g. Atlantis).

  37. Shawn says:

    Through a rift in space nearby

  38. James says:

    In the middle of the desert!

  39. Josephine says:

    In alaska. A frozen lost city….

  40. Ryan McLean says:

    South America

  41. Erik I. says:

    I would like to discover a lost city under the sea.

  42. Scott Anthony says:

    Anywhere but a bug & snake ridden jungle.

  43. Gun says:

    in my backyard

  44. Laura says:

    Anywhere close to me.

  45. Filipa PT says:

    Close to where I live

  46. Kelcey Wilson says:

    My backyard. I don’t want to have to do too much pre-traveling before the actual adventure.

  47. Samuel Liu says:

    In Alaska

  48. Holly Wass says:

    In the desert in the Middle East

  49. Nick Van Den Broeke says:

    A mythical location to discover the Tower of Babel.

  50. Teresa Kunberger says:

    Secret passage in my closet

  51. Markus B. says:

    It doesn’t really matter, as long as the weather is good there 🙂

  52. Dave L says:

    I would like to discover a lost city somewhere in my neighborhood so I could be home in time for dinner. Thank you for the fun giveaway.

  53. Samantha B. says:

    I would like to discover a lost city in my home state , Arizona.

  54. Vek Wal says:

    On the moon!

  55. Paul says:

    Atlantic Ocean

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