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We'll contact our lucky 3-dimensional winners on Monday, April 4.
Not satisfied with 3D movies, 3D televisions, and 3D mobile phones?
We have just the gaming console for you.
Imagine the worlds you'll explore with a blistering 32-bit RISC processor @ 20 MHz coupled with a scanning 1 × 224 pixel LED array in monochromatic red. All this--in 16-bit stereo!
It's Nintendo's Virtual Boy, released in 1995 for $180. And you can win it, today only, for FREE. (Note: You'll also win a $1,000 Shopping Spree on ThinkGeek.com, even though our site is only 2-dimensional.) The runner up will win a brand-new black Nintendo 3DS; if the Virtual Boy is any indication, it too is destined for greatness.
- Nintendo Virtual Boy with 4 original games
- $1,000 ThinkGeek Shopping Spree
The grand prize winner will win cutting-edge 3D technology circa 1995! Our well-loved (but working!) Nintendo Virtual Boy includes original box, manual, and four games: Mario Clash, Panic Bomber, Galactic Pinball, and Mario's Tennis. Oh, and the grand prize also includes a $1,000 ThinkGeek shopping spree, but the website will still be in two dimensions.
- Nintendo 3DS
The runner up will win a brand-new black Nintendo 3DS--the handheld 3D gaming device from
the future 6 days ago. Will it revolutionize gaming? You should ask the Virtual Boy.