digiton 2 Asus kicks off Digiton Motherboard City competition

If you think you have what it takes to figure out how to build your own virtual city based on Asus motherboard technology, then make sure you swing by Asus' Digiton Motherboard City game for a chance to win one of 20 Sandy Bridge motherboards over the next two months. If you think it's going to a breeze to enter this competition, than think again, as it's a lot more challenging than it sounds.

If you think you have what it takes to figure out how to build your own virtual city based on Asus motherboard technology, then make sure you swing by Asus' Digiton Motherboard City game for a chance to win one of 20 Sandy Bridge motherboards over the next two months. If you think it's going to a breeze to enter this competition, than think again, as it's a lot more challenging than it sounds.

Let's start with the prizes. From now until the second of June you have the chance to win one of two P8Z68-V Pro boards, one of three P8P67 Pro boards or one of five P8P67 LE boards. The from the third of June until the first of July you can win one of two P8Z68 Deluxe boards, one of three P8P67 Pro boards or one of five P8P67 LE boards. However, to be eligible to enter the prize draw you need to score an overall score of 36,000 points in the Digiton Motherboard City game.

digiton 1 Asus kicks off Digiton Motherboard City competition

From first onset the game looks like a simple affair, there are eight different Asus motherboard technologies represented at the bottom of the screen and clicking them will make little stick figures appear that start doing various things, mostly involving constructing buildings. However, as simple as this may sound, you need to combine the various motherboard technologies the right way to hit the high score which is required to enter the competition. The screen shot below shows what the final city should look like.

digiton 2 Asus kicks off Digiton Motherboard City competition

The different technologies also interacts with each other as you build them, so to be able to hit a score of 36,000 you need to make sure all of the upgrades are done in the right order, or you'll end up with some that aren't upgraded enough for the high score to be reached. It might not be a game of skill as such, but you'd be surprised by the un-logical logic behind the game and taking into consideration that we've tried pretty hard to beat the game already, but failed miserable, we can only wish you the best of luck.

Source: Asus Digiton Motherboard City