It's a Long Shot, But You Could Appear in the New Family Guy Game
If you win, Family Guy animators will create a virtual version of yourself to appear in the new game, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.
Fan of Family Guy? Have you ever wanted to appear in a video game? If so, you're in luck. FOX today announced a special sweepstakes where, if you win, Family Guy animators will create a character based on your likeness to appear in TinyCo's recently released free-to-play iOS and Android game Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.
In addition to getting to appear in the game, FOX will fly you out to San Francisco and give you a private tour of TinyCo's office. You can enter the sweepstakes at the contest page.
Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff launched in April, and TinyCo has been supporting the title with regular batches of new content, the most recent of which is the ongoing three-week expansion pack centered around Cleveland Brown.
In this content, Peter and Cleveland return to Quahog after a long night of drinking to find a scary pyramid hovering over the city. As it turns out, during their drunken revelry, Peter and Cleveland accidentally activated an ancient Egyptian curse. As a result, you'll need to complete 25 new quests to find the lost "Fart of the Covenant" and defeat the evil "King Butt." Sounds about right.
If you find enough "Golden Butts" over the course of the three-week special, you can win up to 10 prizes and unlock Cleveland as character who will permanently appear in Quahog.
For more on Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, be sure to read GameSpot's extensive interview with TinyCo business head Andrew Green.