Enter Our Giveaway: Win ‘Allen’s Dirt: The Game,’ an Exciting Dirt Track Racing Board Game
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There’s no better way to spend an evening with your family by taking them to a local dirt racetrack for some motorsport mayhem! But what if you can’t make it to the track, or there isn’t one near you? Allen Eric, go-kart and sprint car driver, has created a self-published board game that captures all the fun of racing in one dirty box.
Allen’s ‘Dirt: The Game’ is a wild and riotous family board game featuring hand-drawn board designs and highly detailed race car miniatures. Get ready to push your friends into Pit Row and weave between competitors as you cross the finish line. This board game is easy to learn and a lot of fun for racing fans of any age.
Love to play competitive racing board games with your family?
We’re giving away a copy of Allen’s ‘Dirt: The Game’!
One random giveaway entrant will receive ‘Dirt: The Game’ from The News Wheel and Eric Allen. To enter, simply follow the instructions below. The more options you complete, the more entries you’ll have in the final drawing to win. If you don’t win, make sure you purchase a copy from the publisher’s website!
- Prize: Allen’s ‘Dirt: The Game’ ($24.99 retail)
- Deadline: Closes on August 1, 2016
- Restrictions: Open to legal United States residents 18 years of age or older
- Winner: One randomly-drawn winner will be selected to receive a copy of Allen’s Dirt: The Game – Latemodel Edition (slightly used due to product review). Said winner will be notified within a week of the giveaway concluding.
Here’s an excerpt of our in-depth review of Allen’s Dirt: The Game (read the rest here):
In the world of motorsports, there’s nothing as wild and rowdy as a sprint car race on a dirt track. Vehicles and drivers are pushed to the limit as they trade paint and claw their way across the finish line. It’s quite different from the prim and proper international racing that’s more about precision than aggression.
That’s exactly why dirt track racing would make a great board game; who wouldn’t want to throw down with their friends in a muddy motorsport match-up?
For as many auto racing board games there are on the market, few involve direct interaction between players on the board. Most games relegate car tokens on the board to blocking each other’s paths, but not directly influencing. The most appealing and innovative aspect of Dirt is making contact with other cars and sending them off the track to pit row. It’s chaotic, but it’s a blast.