“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 28 - Macenstein

“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 28

[Thank you, we have a winner. This contest is now closed. Congratulations to faithful Macenstein reader Florian!]
On the Twenty-Eighth Day After Christmas, Macenstein gave to you (or, more accurately, gave you a chance to win…) kickBACK iPhone 3G case by Scosche!

scosche kickback iPhone case

Rated “AWESOME” by MacLife Magazine, the Scosche kickBACK is the premiere clear hardcase for your iPhone 3G! What makes it so great? Well, unlike other clear kickstand case makers, Scosche realizes there are times when you’d rather not have a big, bulky kickstand bloating up your case and making your iPhone look lame. That’s why the kickBACK is really TWO cases in one! Scosche includes 2 backs to the case, one with, and one without a kickstand. So you can choose to either have a sleek, clear acrylic case to take out on the town, or if you feel like watching movies, you have the option or going with the kickstand back.

And don’t worry about scratching your iPhone while in the case either. Little rubber nubs keep your iPhone from coming in contact with the case, and Scosche even throws in a laminate screen and cleaning cloth – a $50,000 value, yours free! (actually, maybe I need to check on that last part).

To enter: The term “kickBACK” reminds me of playing Kickball as a kid on the playground, and invariably someone would shout out “Kick Backs are ‘outs’ if you catch ’em!” Man, that was a stupid rule. Anyway, to enter, leave us a comment telling us what was your favorite game to play as a kid? Winners will be picked randomly 7 days later and notified (kind of like in The Ring, only with less killing… we hope). Open to all readers world-wide. Good luck, and thanks for reading Macenstein! (Oh, and be sure to enter ALL our “12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaways!)
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229 Responses to ““The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 28”
  1. Jerry says:


  2. Jason Isaac says:

    Flash Light Tag

  3. Ian says:

    Hide and seek

  4. cyc says:

    tether ball

  5. Jeff says:

    Baseball. I was always too small to be good at football or basketball and I couldn’t skate well enough for hockey.

  6. Does hide and seek count? The hiding part involved no physical activity so I deeply appreciated that sport.

  7. artman1033 says:


  8. Tin says:

    Weapons and Warriors

  9. demoabi says:

    supermario world on snes, was really fun

  10. Kuzya says:


  11. Chris says:


  12. mpeterke says:

    Any RPG, but mainly AD&D…

  13. Charles Rajan says:

    Police and Thieve – is the Best. I enjoyed playing it in school during our recess time. It was a thrill being chased by my ” friends” and me hiding in “home” when I was almost being caught. Hehe

  14. imageek says:


  15. tom says:

    tag, not like the lame tag of today, the real kind with mud balls and sticks.

  16. Nate Radmacher says:

    Running into the wall

  17. sts says:

    Las chapas!

  18. keith j says:

    Castle Wolfenstein on my Commodore 64.

  19. Michael says:

    Star Wars, we would choose up sides and run around shooting each other with rubber band lasers

  20. straff says:

    British bulldog!

  21. Travis Schiebel says:

    Spy Hunter

  22. Carrie says:

    Um, I was nerdy and liked Book-It, the reading contest with Pizza Hut.

  23. Bote Pateado or Kick the can, A player is randomly chosen as the “picker upper” then one of the other players kicks the can as far as he can. The chosen one needs to go and pick it up, while the other hide from him. A more fun style for hide-and-seek.

  24. Manny says:

    anything i can do with paper and crayons

  25. Imagine Engine says:


  26. Cindy says:

    Super Mario 🙂


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