Raptr Giving Away 2500 Copies of Minecraft on Xbox LIVE

Do you love building complex structures out of one meter cubed blocks while running desperately away from Creepers?

Do you wish you could do such joyful activities with your Xbox controller with your Xbox LIVE friends? Well if you answered yes to either of these questions, Raptr has you covered!

Raptr is a website that gives away prizes, discounts, and other great rewards based on your gaming skills, and their latest deal is free copies of Minecraft on Xbox LIVE.  2500 copies to be exact.

Minecraft for the Xbox 360 will feature an “innovative new crafting interface, natural controller movements, a full tutorial mode to teach the basics, and an all new split-screen multiplayer mode on Xbox LIVE,” which makes it the best free game you can get for playing other games.

Eligibility to win prizes like Minecraft will be based on games played and ranks earned on Raptr, which are attributed according to time played and achievements unlocked.  Minecraft will be rewarded out on a first come first serve basis on May 10th, so if you want yours, you’ll need to be eligible for it pretty quickly, because it probably won’t last long.

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