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Battle to win ye olde Wii game.

BATTLE dragons, fight with swords and re-live the days of olde with a fun collection of medieval-inspired mini games.

Vir2L' Studios, a ZeniMax Media company, have launched Medieval GamesO for Nintendo's WiiO system.

With easy-to-use controls and imaginative challenges, Medieval Games is a party game like no other.

You can storm castles, fight with swords, and take part in championship tournaments, all set in a charming story book world.

Featuring easy pick up and play action, light hearted humour and support for up to four players, Medieval Games is sure to be a family favourite.

Try your hand at jousting, potion making, and catapulting as you dive into the story of the kingdom of Veloria and the ruling monarch King Falderol.

While you're there you'll discover the many mysteries and plights plaguing the land.

Unlock the clues to the dangers facing the kingdom as you travel through the game boards. Put an end to the pig-napping Troll, save the princess from the dreaded Dragon King, and battle the evil Black Knight on the journey to become a true hero!

A great thing about the game is that you don't need the nunchuk accessory. Just two Wiimotes will suffice to make the most of the game.

Time Off has done battle with ye nice people at Medieval Games to get five copies of the Wii game, worth pounds 19.99 each, for you to win.

Just tell us which squealing creature the troll keeps 'kid'napping.

Answers on a postcard, together with your name, age and address, to: Time Off/Medieval Games competition, c/o Janet Tansley, Liverpool Echo, PO Box 48, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L69 3EB.

The first five correct entries out of the hat will win.

Usual ECHO competition rules apply.

More information on Medieval Games and Vir2L Studios at www.Vir2L.com.
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