“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 29 – Scosche kickBACK iPhone 3G case - Macenstein

“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 29 – Scosche kickBACK iPhone 3G case

This contest is closed. Congrats to faithful Macenstein reader Luke.

On the Twenty-Ninth Day After Christmas, Macenstein gave to you (or, more accurately, gave you a chance to win…) Scosche kickBACK case for iPhone 3G/3G S!

scosche kickback iPhone 3G S case

I must admit, I use my iPhone for watching videos WAY more than I ever would have thought. Whether I’m driving down the highway or performing surgery, I’m pretty much always watching one movie or another on my iPhone. A kickstand case like the Scosche here though, would really make life easier for me. I’d finally be able to keep BOTH hands on the wheel (or scalpel) while watching my favorite entertainment, which could only translate into lower auto/malpractice insurance costs.

Shatterproof clear polycarbonate and shock resistant black rubber hybrid case for iPhone 3G S and iPhone 3G.
* polycarbonate and rubber hybrid case provides unmatched protection and shock resistance
* hinged kickstand for convinient widescreen viewing
* integrated traction nubs provide grip on flat surfaces
Includes kickBACK case, ultra-clear screen protector and a microfiber cleaning cloth.

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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128 Responses to ““The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 29 – Scosche kickBACK iPhone 3G case”
  1. davewhipped goliath says:

    Dragonslair in arcade and Dark Castle on Mac

  2. Scott says:


  3. john Daugherty says:

    I was a lego man. I was pretty good at Asteroids too.

  4. Gregg says:

    Handball..the kind where you sock the big rubber ball against the wall…not the more racquetball like game.

  5. Paul says:


  6. thad says:

    Jungle Hunt on Atari!!

  7. Mikko says:

    Floorball or hockey on the street, or “ten sticks on a board”, a kind of a hide-and-seek

  8. Nate says:

    Pit Fall on Atari 2600!

  9. Dave says:

    Kick the Can (filled with pebbles)

  10. ron says:


  11. Brandon says:

    Probably NBA Jam, or Hungry Hungry Hippos 🙂

  12. Dreamer says:


  13. Steve says:


  14. Bobby Spangler says:

    Parsec on my TI-99

  15. Hide and seek 😛 I was a master in hiding 😛

  16. Travis Schiebel says:

    Playing 21 and horse (basketball) with my friends

  17. Matt says:


  18. ronny says:


  19. Connor says:

    COps and Robbers

  20. Christophear says:

    Hide and Seek

  21. Carlo says:

    i was pretty awesome in kickball . . . so kickball or hand ball!

  22. Teegan says:

    I liked and still like Legos!

  23. Chris says:

    We played a game we dubbed “spy” when I was a kid. It was basically team hide-and-seek, but if you were the hiders, the object was not only to stay hidden, but to find and spy on the finders. The better spies could actually tell the finders what kind of conversations they were having, where they went, etc. The playing field was the whole neighborhood. It was pretty badass.

  24. hito says:

    playing marbles

  25. saud says:


  26. Derek Foo says:

    police and thief

  27. Nascar Racing 2 for Windows 98. Basically the greatest game ever. I painted so many cars, the game told me I had to delete one to create another. 🙂

  28. Billy says:



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