Contest: 50 Free Copies of Office Hot Shots Up For Grabs!

By Kevin Michaluk on 24 Feb 2010 12:19 pm EST

After announcing Office Hot Shots on the blogs on Friday and spending the weekend tossing paper into the trash can, I reached out to NickelBuddy to get us some free copies to giveaway to CrackBerry Nation. Screen captures don't quite do this unique locking + game application justice, so they also whipped up a video to show it in action. In case you missed our first post, be sure to watch the video for the full walk through and jump over to the product page for detailed features and description. 

Win a Free Copy of Office Hot Shots: Just leave a single comment to this blog post and you're entered to win. Contest entry ends midnight PST.  Good luck!

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Contest: 50 Free Copies of Office Hot Shots Up For Grabs!



I have this for my ipod touch and love it. I would love to have this for my storm 2 . Please pick me. It's agreat game!!!!

LOL...this looks like the perfect distraction when I really don't want to work on that project. Sign Me UP!

Great looking app from a developer I am constantly impressed by.

I'm glad this vid was posted. I wasn't really sure what this was all about from the original post.

I'd love to win a copy. It will be a great way to avoid doing work at work.

Watched the video. Pretty cool. Screen lock and time waster all in one. Must be one of those "super apps" RIM is talking about!

I work at an office...that lacks paper cause of the whole global warning and trees thing. I cant play this in real! it sucks. I want this. I NEEEED this.

I can't see the vid because I'm at work, but I was very interested when I read about this in the blog a few days ago. I'm in.

The game would be a good time wasting app. But I am more interested in the locking portion of the app. I want to win. Too many cool features not to have this app on your phone. Pick me!

Just the video clip has piqued my interest on this one. Sounds like fun to have. you can never have too many games on your blackberry

This was quite a genius idea from the moment they chalked the idea. I'm quite impressed.

Wish there was an alternative to the standard BES password policy to allow add-ons such as this or just a simplified keypad for numeric passwords.

Thought I'd tryda pull the birthday card haha... It really was my bday though :) count me in. Sick app.