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GameGrin Advent Extravaganza 2018 - 17th December

GameGrin Advent Extravaganza 2018 - 17th December

It's time for the 2018 GameGrin Advent Extravaganza! Every day until 25th December we're going to be giving away a free game to a random commenter, so be sure to check the Winners' Hub to see if you've got a prize waiting. (If you have, you can claim through our social media platforms.)

The game up for grabs today is...

Next Up Hero (Steam Code)

For a chance to win the game, all you have to do is leave a comment below. The winner will then be chosen at random and announced in the Winners' Hub tomorrow at 8pm (GMT).

GameGrin Advent Extravaganza 2018
Emsey P. Walker

Emsey P. Walker

Junior Editor

Emsey is a lover of games and penguins. Apparently she does some writing too...somewhere...

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Cronos - 08:14pm, 17th December 2018


VenomousAlbino - 08:32pm, 17th December 2018

Next Up me.

AJCrowley - 09:55pm, 17th December 2018

Wood wood!

GarySheppard - 10:34pm, 17th December 2018

Inside the envelope were some dreadful photos, all of them painting Ace in a rather unflattering light. It wasn’t necessarily the genitals of the unidentified man that were the most disturbing thing, it was the fact that they had an unmistakable tattoo, one which he knew all too well as he had one himself. It was the sign of the Yakuza. There would be no way of knowing whose phallus it was in his mouth as everyone had the exact same scrotal tattoo, but one thing’s for sure, having relations with another gang member was strictly forbidden. If he was lucky, they’d let him keep a couple of his fingers, but frankly, Ace didn’t feel very lucky right now.

Also in the envelope was a map and instructions. The instructions were pretty simple. So simple, in fact, that they’d been written in crayon. Yellow crayon was Ace’s favourite flavour, it tasted like sunshine. But now wasn’t the time to be dreaming about crayons, Ace had a job to do. And that job was to put £500’000 (the exact amount Volition had paid him to pretend that Saint’s Row was better than Grand Theft Auto) into a brown envelope, make sure it didn’t have any poo on it, and deliver it to the vacant warehouse 815 Noel Edmonds Street.

“Ginge, get your coat” shouted Ace. “Why, have I pulled?” asked the orange-hued hunk. “No, I need you to drive me somewhere in your car that I feel compelled to state is called Calmine as if I’m a character in a story and I have to establish another tenuous link to a member of the GameGrin staff because a theme has been started which the author doesn’t really know how to continue without creating too many characters and not enough time to give them a real personality” said Ace. Ginge wasn’t sure what was going on, but he liked driving and he needed a break from the writing he was about to start so he grabbed his leather driving gloves and car keys and got ready to go.

fortuna730 - 04:06pm, 18th December 2018