Tuesday, 20 November 2012

Doctor Who Quantum Lokk device Giveaway

I have a Doctor Who Quantum Lokk device to giveaway to one of my readers, fill out the rafflecopter form below to enter.




For those that have already experienced the excitement of AppGear’s Elite CommandAR, or for Doctor Who fans wanting to recreate the adventures of the Doctor in the most realistic virtual way possible, then the latest release from AppGear will be the hot pick of the autumn.
Download the Cleric Wars App (available from the app store) and get ready to lock and load as the launch of the Doctor Who Q.L.A Quantum Lokk Accelerator Anti Time Devise is upon us!
Introducing the ultimate Doctor Who gaming experience; the Cleric Wars App and Q.L.A. Device is an immersive, Augmented Reality (AR) first-person mobile application game for iPhone and Android smart phones.
The back story...
After the Doctor disappeared, the Cybermen and Daleks went to war across the universe. On each world they destroyed they left in their wake, Stone Angels, picking over the dead and dying. But the Cleric army fought back and scoured the dead worlds left after the wars, looking for the wreckage of Daleks, Cybermen and broken Angels to create a hugely powerful ‘anti-time’ device.
The device is part Dalek, part Cyber technology and used the Quantum signature from the Angel to trigger a Gateway to pull enemies into the time Vortex…Erasing them from time completely. As Earth nears total destruction by alien forces, players must join the Cleric Army and battle through multiple waves of enemies: Daleks, Cybermen and Angels in a last-ditch mission to save the planet.



IMMERSIVE CONTROLS
The immersive controls use a first-person viewpoint with pan and tilt function. To defeat an enemy aim the Q.L.A and fire at it until a vortex opens up and pulls it in. The head up display (H.U.D) helps locate enemies whose general location is indicated by icons near the centre of the target. .
AMPLIFIED REALITY This devise enables players to battle enemies in their own room! Dalek, Cybermen and Angels appear as if real, on screen via Augmented Reality (AR).
MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Requires 2 x AAA batteries. Not included. iOS: iPhone 4 and above; iPod Touch 4th generation. Android: Selected phones running Google Android 2.3.3, 1GHz processor, 512MB, with back-facing camera. Note: Phones must support iPhone-compatible headphones with built-in microphone unless otherwise specified on the support site: www.appgear.com/devices
CONTENTS
Free downloadable app, one Q.L.A. Quantum Lokk Accelerator Anti-Time Device, one detachable smart device holder and one user manual.


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93 comments:

  1. my family, it would be nothing without them! :)

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  2. the kids faces when they open their prezzies

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  3. plenty of family around the table

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  4. i love it when the kids come down in the morning to see all the prezzies everywhere.its magical.then the paper goes plying everywhere its brill

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  5. Seeing the childrens faces on Christmas morning, getting to spend a few days with the whole family

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  6. the dark room only lit by the twinkling of the fairy lights, shiny wrapped up presents under the tree and snuggled under a blanket watching the Wizard of Oz with my boy.

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  7. The Excitement and smile off my boys on christmas morning is what makes christmas magical for me. x

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  8. My 4 munchkins little faces :) xx

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  9. My sons sparkly eyes, lights, smells, having all the family together :)

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  10. the children opening their presents

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  11. My girls faces when they open their presents :)

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  12. My children, chocolate and the Dr Who Xmas special!

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  13. i like the cold weather, might snow and get to watch christmas movie with family

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  14. the kids faces when opening presents and seeing family

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  15. I just like getting the chance to relax and spend time with family

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  16. Seeing the kids faces on christmas day!

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  17. All grateful to be together x

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  18. Pigs in blankets make it special for me

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  19. opening my childrens home made christmas cards

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  20. Watching the children open their presents.

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  21. Seeing the children's faces on Christmas morning.

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  22. Everyone opening their presents together and having Christmas Dinner together.

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  23. spending time with friends and family, exchanging gifts and eating a lovely meal together :)

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  24. the carol singers

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  25. My childrens smiles

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  26. Being with my whole family for a change :)

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  27. When my daughters rush excitedly into my bedroom to share opening their stockings with me - best way to start Christmas xx

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  28. waking up to the kids sat on my bed with their stockings

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  29. Family & friends...oh, I love it when it snows too

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  30. Brigitte Leprince28 November 2012 at 23:33

    Everyones happy so Im happy!

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  31. The warmth and genuine joy people share

    @robynlclarke

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  32. the innocence and belief of children when Santa visits

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  33. After the chaos of Christmas term at school with Nativity plays, Carol services and Fayres - its great to relax with Lots of time with the family all together

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  34. Seeing the look of sheer delight on the faces of the children when they open the door of the living room to discover that Santa has been. Truely magical :)

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  35. Seeing my kids faces light up
    @jen1984j
    jen louise jackson

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  36. Laughing round the table at dinner time with all the family <3

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  37. family of 6 having a great dinner together

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  38. Me and my mum spending quality time

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  39. The children getting excited when opening thier presents

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  40. Spending time with my family

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  41. Watching the rest of the family doing the dishes. My reward for Christmas Dinner. Its the funniest time of the year.

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  42. My Children x

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  43. Everything, being together as a family, spending quality time doing things together! :) x

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  44. Sitting watching films with the fairy lights twinkling & the scented candles flickering, eating chocolate.

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  45. The being woke up at 4am - the mad panic with the turkey - drunk grandparents - over excited kids - the fight over the remote control - Christmas wouldn't be the same with out this!!

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  46. My niece, I can't wait to see her open her presents, she's so cute and such a darling!

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  47. Seeing happy faces when everyone opens their presents!

    Naomi xxx

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  48. the look on my grandchildren's faces when they realise santa has been

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  49. Like many people it's my children. As an adult, I was never excited about Christmas before I had children and now each year, I can't wait! ^_^

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  50. The magic in the childrens eyes :) x

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  51. Being at home altogether as a family, not too many more left as they are growing up fast, so i treasure it while i still can!

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  52. My kids faces christmas morning, especially my youngest as shes 4 so truly believes in all the magic, he 11 year old brother may be past it a bit but always makes sure to play along for her :)

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  53. Grandchildren, giggling,laughter, kisses and all because Father Christmas had brought them what they wanted ..... bliss x

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  54. watching my kids and grandson open prezzies

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  55. Watching the smiles on my kids faces as they open there pressies :)

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  56. when santa brings the gifts!

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  57. the kids on christmas morning

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  58. My family and all the twinkly colourful lights brightening the dark evenings as you are out and about.

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  59. The look on the children's faces.

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  60. My children and nieces make Christmas for me, and the memories of when I was heavily pregnant with my daughter who was born on the 27th (she'll be 8 this year).

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  61. Seeing everybody unwrapping their pressies and watching their smiles grow.

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  62. Having the family around, we don't get to see each other often.

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  63. Having all of the huge family together

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  64. Cold nights snuggled up with my 3 boys in front of the fire watching Christmas movies.

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  65. My family

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  66. seeing my sons face as he opens his toys

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