Published on April 11th, 2013 | by Andrew Reynolds
BBC & Intel Team Up for Eternity Clock Competition
Get clicking Doctor Who fans! A brand new mini game, Clock Quest, is promoting The Eternity Clock‘s arrival on Knowhow and AppUp, Intel’s Windows-based app store – and there are loads of prizes available.
As the build-up to the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who commences, the BBC has teamed up with Intel to create a new mini game – giving away signed goodies and a Sony UltrabookTM, along with 100 copies of the poorly-received video game, The Eternity Clock.
Clock Quest celebrates the launch of Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock on Intel’s AppUp centre (known as Knowhow in the UK.) What’s more, fans who complete the mini game will receive 60% off copies of The Eternity Clock (a bit useless if you’ve already coughed up £20 for it…)
The Knowhow and AppUp app centres, built for PCs, offer easily-downloadable programs and games – some paid-for and some free – much as the iOS and Google Play stores do for mobile.
The Clock Quest game and offer are only live until the end of the month, so get clicking at www.doctorwho.tv/clockquest