Win One of Five Copies of Root Letter for PC, to Celebrate the Steam Autumn Sale

Kadokawa Games' Root Letter is being offered at a large discount on Steam, and to celebrate, you can win one of five copies of the game right here.

on November 22, 2017 1:02 PM

Root Letter (or √Letter) is a lovely visual novel that provides a window on a little-known part of Japan.  If you haven’t played it yet, you now have the opportunity to win one of five PC digital copies, kindly offered by Kadokawa games

If you want a chance (or several) to win, all you have to do is to hit the widget at the bottom of this post, complete as many tasks as you can, and each completed task will count as one entry in our giveaway. The more entries you have, the higher your chances to win.

Keep in mind that the digital codes that will be provided to the winners are for Steam, and will go to the first five selected at random by our system. They can be redeemed worldwide.

Five winners will be selected at random among all entrants at 11:59:59 PM Pacific Time on Saturday, November 25th. We will deliver the codes to the winners directly via direct message on Twitter as soon as the random selection is done. Make sure you keep following us, as failing to do that will invalidate your chances to win.

In case you don’t win, the game is currently massively discounted as part of the latest Steam Sale. You can find it for $4.99 here until November 28th. The same discount is also offered on the DMM Game Player if that’s your preference.

If you want to know more about Root Letter, you can read our review of the game, which was definitely positive.

Good luck, and make sure to keep following us for more giveaway in the future!

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