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Welcome to Winsday!

NGamer's weekly competitions are underway

THINGS! Right here! Things for you! From us! Every week! Good God, it's exciting around here today...

So, here's the deal. Every Wednesday - or Winsday, as we've whimsically renamed it in honour of our mid-week generosity - we'll give you the chance to win something from the NGamer office. It might be something great, it might be something a bit unusual, it might be something we've stolen from Andy's desk while he's out buying a sandwich. You'll just have to tune in every Wednesday to find out what's up for grabs.

To add a frisson of urgency, the competition will only be open until midnight on Thursday, meaning we'll pick a winner on Friday morning and have the prize sent out straight away so, postal service permitting, the lucky victor will get their bounty on Saturday morning.

Now that you know how this works, let's get down to the nitty-gritty of this week's competition. In exchange for a mere text message, we're delighted to offer you the chance to walk away with a copy of Lego Rock Band on Wii. It's just the game, mind - you'll have to provide your own guitars, drums and what-have-you - but that's still a pretty decent prize, we reckon. (You don't want to know about some of the stuff we've got stored up for future giveaways...)

If you fancy some plasticised performance, all you have to do is drop us a text with your answer to this moderately taxing question:

Which of the following film franchises hasn't spawned a Lego game?
A) Star Wars
B) Indiana Jones
C) Police Academy

Think you know the answer? Just text NGLEGO followed by a space then your answer (A, B or C), then another space and your full name and address to 87474. Texts cost a paltry 25p plus your standard network rate. The closing date is midnight on Thursday 25 February 2010.
Alternatively, you can enter by going to www.futurecomps.co.uk/NGlegorockband.
Full terms and conditions can be found here

Good luck, all. And remember, if you don't win this week, there's always next week. Hey, there's always next week.

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