Win ULTRAMARINES: A WARHAMMER 40,000 MOVIE On Blu-Ray In Our Wicked Competition


One of the most popular and successful wargame universes of all time, Warhammer 40,000 is explosively brought to life in this dazzling, blood-soaked CG animated movie featuring the vocal talents of Terence Stamp, John Hurt and Sean Pertwee.

To celebrate the arrival of Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie (Anchor Bay), arriving on Blu-ray and DVD on the 17th of June 2013, we have a copy on Blu-ray to give away to one lucky winner!

For your chance to win a copy of Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie on Blu-Ray, simply tell us which is your favourite boardgame or table top game and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Friday 28th June 2013 and one valid comment will be chosen and the winner notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be 15 years or over
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 1 winner will each win 1x Ultramarines: A Warhammer 40,000 Movie on Blu-Ray.
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. My favourite board game was Labyrinth. YOU used to have to move pieces around so you could walk around the building and collect the pieces that you had to get. Fantastic game.

  2. Chess is my favourite because it involves thought and strategy. At the same time, watching other peoples moves and understanding their strategies is just as interesting!

  3. My favourite board game is Monopoly because, when growing up, I never remember finishing a game because one of the players always ended up storming off in a sulk because they were losing – and that was just my parents!

  4. it was blood bowl, i loved the way players skilled up, or got killed. fun to play and involved some tactics too (or just beat the hell out of the other team)

  5. i love trivial pursuit. its good to play in a big group of family and friends that split up into groups anf fight to win and be officially cleverest with all six cheeses!

  6. Break the safe, its a great game where you have to work together. There’s a lot less arguing than with other games

  7. My favourite board game so far is Last Night on Earth – which is a zombie board game, survival game played from both the zombie and human perspective, starting out in a post apocalyptic world, you try to evade fighting zombies, but always end up engaging those ultra spawning sons of hitches! Love it, it’s atmospheric (with the included CD) and starts fights within teams, often grown men shouting, “STOP CHASING ME!!” lol

  8. It’s got to be Monopoly. No other game causes such arguments, controversy and family rifts!
    I’ve only ever won one game of Monopoly in my entire life. That was a damn good day.

  9. Scabble – but only scoring with horror words like ghost ghoul arrgh zombie cemetary funeral exorcism etc etc

  10. Floundering!!! Its a classic I grew up with and reminds me of very many wet days on seaside holidays having great fun with siblings, cousins, parents and grandparents fishing for bits of flounder with our magnetic rods. When I go on holiday I still have to play it just for old times sake. It still has that feelgood factor!!!

  11. HeroQuest because it was something we played so many times while growing up trying to grasp the rules and try out all the scenarios and all the detailed pieces just fed into our imagination of such forboding dungeons!!

  12. Monopoly is my absoloute favourite … but I am firecely competitive, so no-one will ever take me on at it!

  13. Jumaiji, the game from the film, we used to play it with our children and after watching the film the older girls scared their younger brother witless on his turn by shaking the bookcase and making him think a stampede really was going to come through the house. He fell for it every time we played the game.
    Hes in his teens now so wont thank me for making this public knowledge.

  14. my boyfriend plays warhammer 40k with his friends. its looks boring with their rulers and figues and scenery and rule books but it keeps them entertained and id love this dvd for them!

  15. Front Porch Classics Dread Pirate Bookshelf Game- fun to play, not to complicated and every one enjoys playing.

  16. Monopoly because it reminds me of when I used to play with the whole family and some of us Not me!! used to hide money under the board!

  17. Who wants to be a millionaire as love trivia/quizzes but the question arent as difficult on the whole as Trivia Pursuit

  18. Monopoly as I like the idea of owning London, everybody being in debt to me and the fact you can get a £500 note.

  19. Yeap, it has to be Monopoly for me too as you can live in a dream world for alittle while where you own as much of London as you can get hold off by wheeling and dealing!

  20. I liked monopoly me and my sister would play and the game seemed to go on for forgive sometimes we would leave it out for days and just keep going back to it.

  21. As a kid I loved playing Risk and its still a favourite. Aged 10 and I would still be awake at 2 am playing it with my brother and mum, not many of my friends were allowed to stay up that late!..and I’m still a night bird to this day…lol.

  22. My favourite game is the Game of Life. They’ve changed the latest version so its not as good but the original board is awesome 😆

  23. My favorite board game is monopoly ever since a child always played it as a teenager used to play for real money(our own pocket money or dinner money) used to place bets with each other on who would get to the finishing line first or who would go to jail next intense monopoly!

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