If you want to see an acrobatic aristocrat leaping about on your Wii this weekend, you'd best enter our Winsday competition to bag a copy of Prince Of Persia: The Forgotten Sands.
As ideas go, Winsday is one of the better ones we've had on NGamer. And believe us, we've had some cracking ideas in the past (just you wait until we find our lost blueprints for a car than runs on soup - now that's a good idea). Basically, you enter our competition on Wednesday or Thursday, we send the prize out on Friday, you start enjoying your prize on Saturday - which is the optimal day for enjoying anything.
This week the prize is a copy of the new Prince Of Persia game on Wii, The Forgotten Sands. Rather than a tale of one man's quest for his car keys, buried on a beach by his delinquent and inconveniently amnesiac son (which was actually the plot of an old AA advert, now we think about it), Forgotten Sands sees our pantalooned hero harnessing the power of the desert sands to save a kingdom from unspeakable evil. Sounds good, eh?
There's a full review of the game in issue 50 of NGamer which, by a planet-shattering coincidence, is out in shops today. Why not go and buy a copy to find out why we said you'll have "a royal old time" with this game?
If you want to get your hands on the goods, you just need to answer the question below, which is all about the original Prince Of Persia game, which is included as a brilliant extra on the Forgotten Sands disc. Hurrah!
Q: The first Prince Of Persia game had to be completed within a time limit. How long did you have to finish it?
A) Ten minutes
B) One hour
C) Four days
Worked it out? Good. Just text NGPRINCE 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 measly 25p plus your standard network rate. The closing date is midnight on Thursday 27 May 2010. Alternatively, you can enter by going to www.futurecomps.co.uk/NGprince.
Full terms and conditions can be found here.
Don't worry if you don't win this week - there'll be another competition next Wednesday.