Okay folks, who’s ready for another giveaway? That’s right, we here at Android Community have another awesome one for all of our loyal readers today. We’re calling this the Tegra 3 Game Pack Giveaway because that’s exactly what it is. You’ll be getting the ASUS Transformer Prime quad-core NVIDIA Tegra 3 tablet (and keyboard dock), A tablet messenger carry bag with a built-in battery, and a $25 AMEX gift card so you can buy some Tegra 3 games to go nicely with your shiny new Amethyst Grey 32GB Transformer Prime. Read on below for full details and instructions.

Yup, this is a lot more than just a tablet giveaway. You’ll be getting all the tools you need for hours and hours of mobile THD gaming, not to mention a Powerbag messenger tablet case with a built-in 6,000 mAh that will give you an additional 8-9 hours of up-time. It’ll even charge your phone should you need to. Thanks to the fine folks at NVIDIA and Phospor Games, the makers behind the impressive new first person horror game Dark Meadows: The Pact being released today, we proudly present this giveaway for you in celebration of their new game. Creating the ultimate mobile gaming experience on the Transformer Prime thanks to the NVIDIA Tegra 3, and Phospor Games awesome new first person horror game available at the NVIDIA Tegra Zone.

If you win or already have a Tegra 3 device you’ll want to try the new game right now, so head to the Google Play Store or the Tegra Zone and download it today completely free.

The rules are incredibly simple. Just follow the few guidelines outlined, and check out the full instructions below for how to win, and you could be the lucky winner of this complete tablet “game pack” for the ultimate Android tablet experience. Pretty good deal right? Here’s how to enter:

Update: Congrats to +Shawn Suther for being the lucky winner of the Android Community Dark Meadow Tegra 3 Game Pack Giveaway. Congratulate him on G+ and stay tuned for future giveaways. You could be next!

Circle us on Google+ at: +Android Community
– Leave a comment in [this G+ thread] telling us why you think you should win, or what favorite game of yours you’d love to see brought to Android.
Winner will be selected like so: we’ll pick a set of our favorites and put them in a hat to pick at random on April 30th!

As usual you may only submit ONE entry and only ONE comment will be chosen (if it’s awesome enough to be chosen!) Below lies the technical bit of our giveaway, note the requirements for where you’ll be eligible in this tiny world of ours especially.

Giveaway begins April 26th, 9:00AM PST, and ends April 30th, 12:01AM PST barring any complications finding the winners. Winner will be announced here in the main news feed and at our official Facebook/Google+ pages.

Competition is open to residents of the US only, over the age of 18. One entry per person. Family members of NVIDIA and Android Community/SlashGear are not permitted to enter. Entries are only accepted via the specified Android Community G+ page; entries left in the comments section of this or any other post will not be recognized.

The winner will be contacted by an Android Community/SlashGear staff member upon being selected and will be expected to respond to that staff member; they will be expected to respond within 24 hours else their prize may be forfeit and another winner selected. Editors decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into. Winners agree that their name and details of their entry may be used for promotional purposes by, but not limited to Android Community, SlashGear, Phospor Games, and NVIDIA.

Prize consists of a pack including one ASUS Transformer Prime tablet, one Transformer Prime mobile dock, one AMEX $25 Gift Card, and one Powerbag Messenger bag. There is no other alternative for prize winner unless this prize should become unavailable, in which case Android Community reserves the right to substitute another prize of equal or greater value. Any questions can be directed to giveaway[AT]slashgear.com.

Giveaway provided by Android Community/SlashGear. Prizing provided by NVIDIA and Phospor Games. Any questions regarding this contest should be directed to giveaway[AT]slashgear.com.

  • ToolBag

    Love the site – and would love to win!

  • Yonas

    And here writes a disappointed Android fan living in Europe again. 

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  • kkdart

    I would love to win because after seeing the game on the iPad android needs some love too.

  • Jody Smith

    The transformer rocks…
    With it’s keyboard dock…
    The Tegra 3…
    satisfies the gamer in me.
    ASUS came through with it’s GPS dongle…..
    think, think, think………………………………….
    (That’s it, nothing rhymes with dongle)

  • Incyc

    I’d like to see Super Mario Bros on Android.

  • Eric Ribellarsi

    Dear Android Community, you are the best Android blog out there, with awesome editorials and even more awesome contests. I’m a freelance journalist and a gamer, making me very poor. If you hooked me up with this I’d love you forever.

  • Wow! This Tegra 3 Game Pack giveaway is awesome! It would be wonderful if I win the contest.

  • Mushdagrt

    mordecai & rigby want me to win this contest….

  • Ruben Alvarez

    I would like to win because I just got a job as a Field Rep in NYC and can use this thing for work. Especially since I have never lived in NYC and need all the help I can get. Help me navigate, stay on time, keep appointments, paperwork and docs on drive, and to keep me happy on the train and when I eat lunch. I do not like to beg, but please!!!

  • Shawn Suther

    I’ve been using mobile computing devices for as long as I can remember, starting with the casio digital diaries, loved all the Palm Pilot series and even a bit of the iPAQ, the Treos and early WindowsMobile phones. I used my Treo as long as possible being an avid anti-Mac zealot, before a quick flirt with the HTC Mogul. When a nerd-pal showed me his “new kickass phone from Google! Also made by HTC!” This was frankly a life changing notion, and I’ve been glued to the industry ever since.

    I was in the IT industy for several years, and would wave all of these devices in peoples faces, insisting that these would replace thier PCs, even laptops. Let’s be frank, very few people need workstations of any sort, they are not actually “computing” anything. All that most of the population needs is a “portal”, a “dumb” terminal with which to access (or manipulate) the information they want or need. No one listened. With the advent of touch screens, cloud computing, high bandwidth wireless networks, I think it’s fairly obvious that this is quite a reality.

    With ASUS releasing this series of devices, detachable KB, quad core CPU (by nVidia no less!), beautiful bright touch screen, I (and Anyone) can finally leave their laptops on a desk, take gaming, computing, social conectivity and work productivity in a lightwieght package anywhere. I know that sounds like a marketing shill, but I could not be more goshdurned serious about my personal enthusiasim about this paticular product. I’ve been an ASUS fan for many years, used thier mobos exclusivly for custom computer building both profesionally and personally, recomended their laptops over most other manufacturers. (it should be noted that ASUS actually Makes many highend laptops for other manuifacturers.) I’ve been watching this line by them since the first EeePad, and they only get better every new model. ASUS don’t make no junk. 

    So, having been considering a new laptop for a while, and taking a good hard look at the tablet market, when the Transformer Prime Tegra3 came to market I was sold. Just had to convince the lady that this was a good investemnt of our funds. 😉 Thanks to Android Community and nVidia, I don’t have to whine like a 12 year old for my new toy. I can finally leave my laptop on the desk, watch netflix in bed, play all my fave games and all the new games for Tegra only devices, cart it to my fave cafe and show it off, convince a few iNerds I know that Android is something to be taken seriously, on several differnt fronts. (Actually, my E4GT does pretty well there.)

    Wierdly enough, I am usually not one to be interested to things like “specialty peripherals” like the messenger powerbag, but in this instance, I am actually quite excited! For this one reason: I love camping. I love road trips, for the sake of driving. For two week sessions. So being able to keep a tablet, my phone, my ladyfriends phone, whatever, charged for extra time in the woods, on the road, that will actually come in use this summer. 

    Thanks again, AC, SG, nVidia!