FuturLab is giving away a Tiny Trax PSVR console bundle


It’s no secret that I’m a big fan of the work of FuturLab – after all, Velocity 2X still remains one of my favourite games on Vita. When they announced they were working on Tiny Trax for PlayStation VR game, I naturally got very excited. I’ll have a review of the game published soon, but in the meantime I wanted to spread word about a photo competition FuturLab is running on Twitter to celebrate the game’s launch next week.

The grand prize is a PlayStation 4 Pro console, along with a PlayStation VR headset, a copy of Tiny Trax, and the winning photo put into the game. The second place photo will also earn a spot in the game, and that person as well as 10 runners up will win a copy of the game. Entry involves taking a photo of your #TinyTraxWow face and sharing it on Twitter.

Here are the full details, straight from FuturLab:

All you need to do is:

  1. Follow our @FuturLab twitter account (Oh, already doing that? You know what’s what!)
  2. Take a photo of yourself pulling your most OVER THE TOP WOW FACE
  3. Tweet the photo to your followers using the hashtag #TinyTraxWOW, including a link to this page, and our twitter handle @FuturLab.

That’s literally all there is to it. We’ll then pick our favourites as winners and runners-up.

Enter now for a chance to win the following:

1st Place

1st Place gets a PSVR + PS4 Pro + Tiny Trax promo code, plus their winning photo superimposed inside the Tiny Trax world (see below) in a high-res-image!

2nd Place

2nd Place gets their photo superimposed inside the Tiny Trax world (see below) as a high-res image, plus a Tiny Trax promo code!

Runners Up

10 runners up will get a Tiny Trax promo code!

The competition closes at 9am BST on Wednesday, July 26th 2017.

Full competition Terms & Conditions can be found here.

A bunch of people have already started sharing there #TinyTraxWow faces on Twitter, and you can see them by searching that hashtag – perhaps for some inspiration? 

Tiny Trax itself comes out on Tuesday, July 25, for PlayStation VR. 


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Matthew is a writer based in Wellington. He loves all things pop culture, and is fascinated by its place in history and the wider social context.