Tiny Epic Galaxies Game Giveaway

Tiny Epic Galaxies Game Giveaway

In a galaxy far, far away, there was a game. Despite the vast expanse of a game about galaxies, it’s small enough to fit in a Christmas stocking! If you happened to read our overview of Tiny Epic Zombies, you can understand how Gamelyn Games is able to balance game quality without adding weight to your game shelf.

Whether you’re planning on attending space camp, are interested in rocket launches, are fascinated by movies about space or simply enjoy exploring the universe from your game table, this one is worth adding to your game collection. Here’s an out-of-this world idea: Enter to win a copy of Tiny Epic Galaxies right here!

Mega Giveaway 2018 – Tiny Epic Galaxies Game

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20 comments on «Tiny Epic Galaxies Game Giveaway»

  1. Josh Christian says:

    I’d like to return to Earth, at least every once and a while. However, for the most part, I think I’d live on my spaceship.

  2. Brad R says:

    Being a sci-fi show fan, I guess I am destined to live on my ship. Not sure if I would want a large crew like Star Trek or a small crew like Firefly though….Of course, if I could do the whole Stargate thing and stay on earth while travelling to distant planets, that would work too….

  3. Paula D says:

    Umm, you’re opening a can of worms. You would need to specify how you traveled there. Are you traveling faster than light? Then everyone you know on Earth would long be gone on your return trips. If you’re using worm holes, ok trips home to Earth are feasible.

  4. Abigail Gibson says:

    I would hope all of the idiots that want to fight and conquer would leave Earth and never come back and let the Earth belong to peaceful humans who want to make a difference here by cleaning up pollution and feeding everyone.

  5. Lacey L says:

    It would have to be earth or another planet. No ship. Way too confining.

  6. KT says:

    would love to explore, but would always want to come back to earth

  7. Maggie says:

    If it was an amazing paradise like planet – absolutely planet. Otherwise, ship.

  8. Caroline Lennek says:

    I’m earthbound and not really interested in taking time to travel through space.

  9. MICHAEL CHEVILLOT says:

    I would want to be able to come back to Earth.

  10. Joanna Sisk says:

    Definitely a ship!! Just like Firefly!!!

  11. Debra Branigan says:

    I think a spaceship or perhaps another planet would be fine. I would miss home however.

  12. Darlene Owen says:

    I would like to still come back to earth

  13. SCOTT BRUNSKILL says:

    Live on the ship travelling the galaxies….but returning to Earth every so often….always good getting back home

  14. Donna L says:

    I would like to explore other plants but have the ability to come home.

  15. Ty miller says:

    I would want to live on the ship and explorer lots of places. I would never go back

  16. Trey LaCaze says:

    Live on the ship.

  17. Crystal K says:

    I’d want to live on an awesome ship that could still come back to Earth. Is that cheating? Haha

  18. Carly H. says:

    That’s a tricky question. I think another planet might be fun, but that also depends on many variables!! Living on ship, a la Star Trek, might also be neat…assuming there isn’t any “seasickness”/spacesickness to deal with! And of course, there’s no place like home.

  19. Margo says:

    I would travel to a world and start life over again. Less war, fighting and pollution. More love and kindness and support for each other.

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