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Week Three Contest: Win an Asus Transformer Pad Prize Bundle (Updated: Winner Picked!)

It’s the final week of DL and NVIDIA’s celebration of TegraZone’s first birthday. The turnouts have been more than fantastic, so let’s have one last hurrah! As a reminder, NVIDIA is also hosting their own separate giveaways over at TegraZone, so make sure you enter those for even more chances to win a brand new ASUS tablet and other cool prizes. Good luck to everybody.


Update:  Winner – Our winner is baldypal who enjoys playing “3 star level type games” on phones and “adventure and shoot’em up games” on tablets. He has been contacted and will receive his prize pack shortly. And with that, we wrap up this 3-week blitz of contests, powered by NVIDIA and Asus. Big shout out to both companies for providing so many amazing price packs. Be sure to check out the TegraZone if you haven’t yet, for all your gaming needs.

Prize –

Running the latest Android™ 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, the ASUS Transformer Pad (review here) is a value packed tablet that with multi-color style, and productivity with expandability when connected to the mobile dock. With a 1.2MP front and 8MP rear auto-focus camera with large F/2.2 aperture and exclusive office software, staying connected and productive has never been easier. Along with the tablet, you will also receive a matching lapdock, Jambox Speaker, and Logitech game controller.

To enter –

1.  Follow @droid_life and @NVIDIATegra on Twitter.
2.  Tweet the following:

Win a Transformer Pad Prize Pack from @droid_life and @NVIDIATegra to celebrate TegraZone’s first birthday! – http://goo.gl/V3b1s #android

3.  In the comments, tell us what your favorite type of game (FPS, RPG, etc) to play on your smartphone is.

Entry period and Winner –

The contest will run from the time of this posting until Friday (5/25/2012) at 3PM Pacific. At that time, a winner will be chosen from the comments and contacted via email. Make sure to use a valid email address with Disqus.

A huge thanks goes out to NVIDIA and ASUS for hosting the contest and putting up the prizes. 

  • Big fan of puzzle games, I usually just need something mindless to unwind with

  • TheFirstUniverseKing

    My favorite types of smartphone games are first-person shooters.

  • FPS, but I have been enjoying temple run.

  • Which ever genre Tiny tower is. lol

  • bartclantrash

    I play puzzle games like Sudoku.

  • Ezra Byrd

    I’ll play anything on my device as long as it’s good. Though I prefer rpg style because it’s usually got better controls.

  • Puzzle games are probably my favorite genre right now. Doodle Fit is still my go-to when trying to pass the time.

  • Kent Burton

    RPG … I find that the controls are difficult to master in FPSers on a touch screen device.

  • Definitely RPG games…

  • Angry Birds or any other fairly short game

  • m1ghtysauc3

    Definitely games that go BANG! Shadowgun, GTA3, etc

  • Puzzle games.

  • Definitly FPSs like Shadowgun, NOVA, etc

  • Brian Rule

    FPS typically

  • EricMc

    I like RPG’s. Inotia currently has my attention.

  • I love me some RPG

  • Dkny


  • SCJaredJ

    Puzzle games on the phone. Good distraction from work.

  • Pedi

    Plants vs. Zombies is a personal favorite.

  • I dig RPG games. Then again I like puzzle games. Gotta exercise the brain. O_o

  • Phil

    My favorite type of game is either a puzzle game or a platform game; currently, the old arcade X-Men is on my play list.


    Favorite game-type for android? Strategy. I’d like a tegra device so I can stream Civ V with splashtop THD.

  • TeeJae

    Casual games like Draw Something or Angry Birds.

  • Jack Paleczny

    i love love love fruit ninja

  • Baseball superstars 2011 best sportz game out there

  • RPGs – games should take hours to finish.

  • Ray

    Shadow Gun

  • jimmy king

    I love RPG on my phone since I’m playing in a small screen if I win this tablet I’ll try some FPS

  • Love playing Single Player games that are easy for me and my kiddos

  • I like first person shooters most. Modern Combat and Shadowgun have stolen countless hours from me that I can never get back.

  • fastsnake98

    I love playing all games, it’s hard choosing one type. It matters the mood I’m in.

  • casual games.

  • amosk

    Puzzle games are cool

  • I really enjoy Casual Games such as Fruit Ninja, Angry Birds, Temple Run and even Plant vs Zombies. I find that I pass more time playing these games, than I do with FPS. Perhaps I need a bigger screen to make use of FPS.

  • john owens

    Racing games like Asphalt 6

  • xboxkid

    I like to play strategy games, but that could change to FPS with a controller 🙂

  • Tower Defense for sure.

  • Casual quick games – Fruit Ninja, Angry Birds, etc.

  • big007hed

    FPS always has been my choice

  • I love 1st person shooter, flying, and mindless games after a rough day at work.

  • Dwight G

    FPS and RPG are best

  • DJ Rausch


  • Chris B.

    I like puzzle games.

  • I enjoy fps, rpg, sports, and puzzle games

  • Mostly tower defense games like Fieldrunners or Sentinel 3. Looks great on the small screen and does not require too much skill. Amazing way to kill time 🙂

  • My favorite games on a mobile are puzzle games. they are quick and not too stressful

  • Ryan Frank

    i like casual and puzzle, as well as fps on occasion.

  • cprusz

    Favorite are FPS and Sports games.

  • Do I really have to pick just one? I suppose Puzzle. 🙂

  • kindrudekid