Wreck-It Ralph T-Shirt Giveaway!

 

Disney’s Wreck-It Ralph opens this week, and you should be dressed for it (note: this prize package won’t reach you in time so please plan accordingly regarding other clothing options). That is why The Disney Blog is giving away two (2) t-shirts for your shirt-wearing enjoyment.

You can win one Wreck-It Ralph shirt AND one Vanellope Von Schweetz shirt (as pictured) in adult sizes (S-XL) by telling us about your favorite video game experience in the comments below.

Entries close at 11:59 p.m. PST on Oct. 31 (spooky!) and one winner will be drawn at random from all qualifying comments. Please note, email is required, but please leave it in the space provided and not in the public comment box (for your own privacy). The winner must live in the U.S. or Canada and will receive only one prize pack regardless of how many times they may win this contest across various participating sites. Winner will be contacted by email and have 24 hours to respond and claim their prize. Failure to respond will result in another winner being picked.

Wreck-It Ralph opens Nov. 2, but you can get your fix now (see what I did there?) at the official Wreck-It Ralph website. You can also follow Wreck-It Ralph on Twitter and the Facebook that all the kids are doing.

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Whit Honea is the author of The Parents' Phrase Book. He lives in the L.A. area with his wife and two boys. You can find his writings and other works all over the Internets. Now available on Twitter.
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72 Responses to Wreck-It Ralph T-Shirt Giveaway!

  1. mitzie says:

    When i got my first nintendo and played Mario bros 3 for the first time. Blew me away as a kid! I remember going with my mom to sears to get it for Christmas. Played the heck out of mario. Id always rush home from school to play it Also was the time i started collecting nintendo power. The only way to get a secret out of the game. :)

  2. Maureen says:

    Lock and Chase was always my favorite!

  3. Susan says:

    I remember going to the arcade and watching my then boyfriend, now husband playing mortal combat!

  4. G K says:

    My favorite experience would have to be when I first played Super Smash Bros. 64. It was for a contest, and I won a t-shirt and $20 gift certificate. I spent it that day on Super Smash Bros. I loved it that much.

  5. One year for Christmas our family gift was a Super Nintendo. Of course I got the most use out of it. I remember waking up early to play Donkey Kong and being so intense about beating certain levels that when I lost I would eat a cookie and restrategize, then try again. My favorite hobbies became jumping on armadillos, swinging from ropes and riding in mine carts. Only in the game of course. ;)

  6. Patrick Snyder says:

    My best memories of arcade games…we had an Aladdin’s Castle arcade in the mall back in the 80’s. The most popular games they would setup an additional monitor on top of the console so people in the back of the crowd could watch the action. Dragon’s Lair, Galaga, Space Ace, Rampage, Qbert, Ms. Pac Man… those were my favorites.

  7. I rented a video machine for my son’s birthday spend the night party. It was a huge success.

  8. Myra says:

    Breakthrough on the Atari was one of my favorites! Old school.

  9. Jennifer McLeod says:

    My husband and I love playing video games together and we usually buy specific one’s that we know we can do that with. It’s a good way for us to have fun together and do something we both love. We haven’t found one lately, I think the last one was Heavenly Sword, but hopefully seeing Wreck It Ralph will make up for that.

  10. Jeff says:

    I think I’m video game challenged, Space Invaders was my favorite!

  11. Tara says:

    We never had any video games growing up, but friends of our parents did. We would go over for dinner and my sister and I would head to the basement and play Atari games. Hunt the wumpus was awesome! TI invaders was another favourite.

  12. Julie says:

    I am an 80’s kid who grew up during around the time classic games like Pac-Man, Super Mario and Galaga were first introduced. But my favorite was Q-Bert. Shortly after I bought my PS3, I downloaded Q-Bert and played all of the time. My husband would make fun of me and say “I can’t believe you bought a PS3 to play Q-Bert!” I love the classics! Good times!

  13. AmyKB says:

    when I was six years old, Super Mario Bros. 3 had just been released, and my parents bought it… for themselves! With the help of Game Genie for infinite lives, the television in the living room remained glued to the game for six months (I mean they never once turned it off for fear of restarting), until my dad finally beat the game. I’ll always remember that time because there was no watching TV for that whole period, and my brother and I were allowed to play levels here and there, so we learned a lot about how to get past some of the trickier sections, as my parents had done so first!

  14. Patricia Newquist says:

    It was 1978 and I lived behind Florida Institute of Technology. Living next door to my family were 4 college engineer geeks. One day they asked if I wanted to go to the mall. As if you needed to ask that question to a 17 year old girl. I loaded all of us up in my parents land Yacht and off we went for the 45 minute drive to the Merritt Square Mall. Upon arriving they made a bee-line for an arcade. I followed, not too sure what this mall trip was about. I soon found out. It was about SPACE INVADERS! What was this strange game and why is it so addicting? We closed the mall down and I’ve been addicted ever since. Best day ever!

  15. Heather says:

    I’m not much of a gamer, but my 12-year-old son is currently getting all retro and playing Gauntlet Dark Legacy on the Gamecube. He helped me create a character (Blue Sorceress) and I love it when the narrator says “Blue Sorceress needs food badly.” :)

  16. Scott Barrett says:

    I have lots of gaming experiences but the one I remember the most involve my dad and chuck e cheese. I can remember so vividly dropping quarters into a Galaga machine with my dad on the controls and I banging on the ‘fire’ button. Occasionally my dad would let me control the ship and it was awesome. When I would put the last quarter we had sitting on the screen in and play that last game, I can remember feeling upset until he pulled out another handful with a big smile on his face.

    I am fortunate to have lots of wonderful memories with my dad, but these images are the ones I always go back to and the ones I try and create with my kids.

  17. Blas Diaz says:

    My favorite video game experiences were probably on my N64. In particular, Mario Party with my sister and cousins never failed to disappoint. One particular game of it on a Christmas was particularly close, and my entire family teamed up against me to secure my place in 2nd rather than 1st. It was the first time I lost and it wasn’t the last :D

  18. ShadZ says:

    I remember playing Dig Dug whenever I could!

  19. Bonny says:

    My favorite gaming experience is the first time I finished the Mickey Mouse Prince and the Pauper on the Super Nintendo, it was the first game that i ever finished and I felt such a great sense of accomplishment.

  20. Dave says:

    My favourite video game experience came the first time I played Doom head to head against another person online. It was so cool to be playing against someone not in the same room :)

  21. Daniel says:

    My favorite video game experience would probably have 2 b playing Pokemon 4 hours & hours on my Gameboy cause that was a game 1 could never get tired of

  22. Heather says:

    Does anyone know if you can purchase the vanellope tee anywhere????

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