Pocket Gamer's best games of August giveaway - Bottom of the 9th

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Pocket Gamer's best games of August giveaway - Bottom of the 9th
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It's that time of the month again, when Pocket Gamer gives away a bounty of codes for last month's absolute best games to our wonderful community, the App Army.

For those unaware, that's our diehard band of mobile gaming enthusiasts. In exchange for their critical thoughts, we give them codes for unreleased games on a weekly basis and you can join in the fun by simply signing up on Facebook.

That's a requirement to get a chance at a code in the giveaway, but more on that later. Let's kick things off.

Bottom of the 9th

Bottom of the 9th is a two player baseball game based on the board game of the same name.

You'll choose your baseball players, decide their actions, then roll the dice to see how it plays out in action.

At review, we gave it a Silver Award and described it as: "A brilliant and entertaining board game that's going to appeal to a broad range of people".

Okay, I'll give it a go

Not so fast! First you have to sign up to the App Army here, then write your name as it appears on Facebook in the comments beneath this post. We'll then select the lucky winners over the next few days.

We have both iOS and Android codes for this one, so please make sure to specify the platform you'd prefer when you apply. Entrants who don't specify will be ineligible for entry.

And that's it. We'll be back tomorrow with a brand new game so keep checking back at 5PM BST.

What's the App Army?

The App Army is Pocket Gamer's very own community of mobile game experts. Each week, we provide them with a bunch of free codes and early access to the hottest upcoming games so they can provide their thoughts in features like this. We also host regular community-driven events with them in mind like tournaments, giveaways, and multiplayer evenings. To join, simply follow this link to the page on Facebook.
Chris James
Chris James
A footy game fanatic and experienced editor of numerous computing and game titles, lively Chris is up for anything - including running Steel Media! (Madman!)