The Apple Game Sprockets
Leather Jacket Raffle…
Are you wondering what you will get for the holidays this year? Do you
already dread the long return lines at the stores? Well, check this out
because it’s going to blow you away! Now you can walk away with the coolest
leather, bombardier jacket without spending any time shopping! That’s
right, the authentic Apple Game Sprockets, Macintosh Serious Game Hardware,
Apple Game Team 1996 leather bomber jacket. Worth several hundred dollars
— absolutely free!
How do you qualify for this awesome jacket you ask? Simple. Every MacTech
Magazine subscriber (active for the February issue) will automatically be
entered into the raffle contest. The rest of you who want to be a part of
this contest must submit your MacTech Magazine subscription to us by
midnight, December 15, 1996.
Meeting this subscription deadline will not only qualify you for this
fabulous contest, you will also receive your first issue of MacTech
Magazine in time for the February issue containing two articles on Game
Sprockets! A new collection of libraries from Apple that redefine the Mac
game programming experience. You will get the dirty details from the guys
who make it happen. Also included are articles on graphics and other
game-oriented technologies, plus a game-related Programmer’s Challenge.
There’s an easy form for you to subscribe (https://www.mactech.com) to
MacTech Magazine and join in on MacTech’s jacket contest. You can also
e-mail us (email@example.com), call at 800-MACDEV-1 (Outside the
US/Canada: 805-494-9797), or Fax at 805-494-9798.
And that’s not all! We’ll give you a special price as well.
1-year Domestic subscription now only $39 (45% savings off newsstand price!)
1-year Canadian subscription now only $51 (almost 40% off newsstand price!)
1-year Foreign subscription now only $89
A winner will be selected on Friday, December 20, 1996 so we may deliver
their jacket in time for the holidays!
This raffle excludes any complimentary subscriptions and is designed to
award the prize to only one, paid, MacTech Magazine subscriber.