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Really Big Sky, Cosmic Giveaway

We love us some shmups here at No High Scores. Well, the cool staff members do, so a giveaway for Really Big Sky was only natural.

We’re teaming up with Boss Baddie to give out 10 Steam keys. That’s right, 10 keys for full retail editions of Really Big Sky, so keep reading for the details.

See what just happened there? Of course you didn’t, because it’s too cosmically transcendental for mortal minds to comprehend through video alone. To rectify the situation and experience Really Big Sky the proper way, just follow the instructions below. Once again, you can choose one option to enter, or use both and double your chances:

Option 1 – Leave your Steam ID below, along with the name of your all-time favorite shmup. Simple as that.

Option 2 – Follow @nohighscores and use that handy Twitter button to spread the word. But, we want you to delete the default message and replace it with this:
Really Big Sky Giveaway. Thanks @bossbaddiegames and @nohighscores https://www.nohighscores.com/2012/03/22/really-big-sky-cosmic-giveaway/

The deadline to enter is Sunday, March 25, at 9pm (EST). Afterward, we will choose 10 lucky winners at random.

While you’re at it, be sure to show Boss Baddie some love on Facebook or follow them on Twitter.

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Brian Rowe

Writer, videographer, and perpetual purveyor of geekdom. Brian has contributed to gaming outlets such as GameShark, GameRevolution, and GameZone, and thinks too many websites have "game" in their titles.

26 thoughts to “Really Big Sky, Cosmic Giveaway”

  1. I like some shmups more than others. This one looks very pretty ghough; I’m still waiting for a PC release of that shmup you reviewed earlier this week with everything in 3D and epic boss battles.

  2. Steam ID is Anewcombe

    Favourite shmup…something from the SNES era, probably STG Strike Gunner for its weird special weapon mechanic.

  3. Steam ID: jtard1989

    All time favorite Shmup is a bit harder to say; I loved Lightning Force back on the Genesis. I love Death Smiles; and I’m going to give Sine Mora a chance tonight when I get back from work. Beat Hazard gets honorable mention based on it’s pure awesomeness.

    1. Sine Mora is a complete blast, Mass Effect 3 shall continue to sit on the shelf unopened thanks to gems like these.

  4. Steam ID is rhamorim and my favourite shmup would be… ok, the one I played the most: Tokio, aka Scramble Formation. Yeah, that arcade game released by Taito in 1986. I guess that shows my age, but I don’t care. 😉

  5. Steam ID: wonderloss
    Favorite SHMUP? I have not played that many, so it would have to be something old like Nemesis.

  6. Wow, I’m not the only one like Life Force more than Gradius. Cool to see some Bangai-O love. And for Beat Hazard, I highly recommend trying it with some Dragonforce. Your seizures will have seizures.

    Just because I love talking about shmups, my favorite is Strikers 1945 II.

  7. psn_coyote_blue

    Favorite shmup: Super Stardust. Don’t let the 3D fool you – the bullets are still hell, especially on the new Vita version.

  8. SteamID: Reven1911
    Favorite Shmup is definitely Life Force. Closely followed by EinHander, bloody loved the soundtrack and all around vibe to that game. Brilliant.

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