Update: The stream has ended. Continue reading for the full replay video and list of contest winners!
Last weekend we streamed Gameloft's gorgeous Windows Phone and Windows 8 racing game Asphalt 8 on Twitch and gave out some sweet prizes. This weekend we return with another great mobile Xbox game, and we'll once again be joined on the microphone by Gameloft Community manager Ryan Changes, also known as "Gameloft" Ryan.
Tonight at 8pm Central (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific, 2am GMT), we'll be playing Order & Chaos Online from Gameloft. Order & Chaos Online is the first and only mobile MMORPG with Xbox Achievements, and like Asphalt 8 it's a free to play game with fair monetization. Stick around after the Order & Chaos Online stream for a bonus SCHAR: Blue Shield Alliance stream with more prizes!
Order & Chaos Online
First released on Windows Phone in July 2013, Order & Chaos Online received a massive content update last December. The game switched from a relatively high $7 price tag to free to play, and it also debuted on Windows 8 at the same time.
Now Windows Phone and Windows 8 players can share the same servers and share their saves between both versions, making it easier than ever to join your friends in this amazing mobile role-playing game.
Yes, Order & Chaos Online is a massively multiplayer online role-playing game in which players create a character and complete quests alone or with other players. You can join a guild, complete raid dungeons, engage in PvP, auction items, and just about everything you'd expect from a full-sized MMO.
For more information on Order & Chaos Online, check out these articles:
- Our original Order & Chaos Online review
- Order & Chaos Online Beginner's Guide Part 1
- Order & Chaos Online Beginner's Guide Part 2
Once you're ready to join the adventure, grab the game for your platform of choice.
- Download Order & Chaos Online for Windows Phone (Free)
- Download Order & Chaos Online for Windows 8 (Free)
We'll be streaming Order & Chaos Online for 90 minutes tonight, starting at 8pm Central (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific). During that time, we'll be giving out a total of five codes:
- 1 Grand prize: $50 Xbox gift card
- 4 $10 Xbox gift cards
Next, we'll follow up with a bonus stream, SCHAR: Blue Shield Alliance (from BA Productions), starting at 9:30pm Central (11:30pm Eastern, 7:30pm Pacific). Stay up late with us and you might win one of the following prizes:
- 3 SCHAR Steam codes
To enter, just follow me at Twitch.tv/Eastxtwitch (making sure to enable email notifications!) and tune in during the stream. You can watch the stream right here in this post, but you need to actually participate in the stream chat to have a chance at winning. We'll deliver codes to the winners via Twitch message (PM) during the stream. No code begging!
I'll be available for a few minutes before and after the stream if you have any questions or just want to say hi. If you enjoy the stream, be sure to check our schedule and come back for more!
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On Windows Phone, you'll have to grab an unofficial app. There are several to choose from, each with different strengths and weaknesses. Only one app lets you search directly for our channel, though. If you use the others you'll have to find and follow us from a web browser first. Read the roundup to learn more!
Want to know what's next for Windows Central's weekly Twitch streaming contests? Here's our upcoming schedule. The stream always starts at the same time: 8pm Central (9pm Eastern, 6pm Pacific).
- Saturday, March 14: Forza Horizon 2 from Microsoft
- Saturday, March 21: Costume Quest 2 from DoubleFine and Midnight City
- Saturday, March 28: Divekick: Addition Edition from Iron Galaxy
In addition to our Saturday contest streams, we also livestream a variety of different games throughout the week. These streams don't have contests, but they still offer a great chance to see more exciting games while enjoying our live commentary and stream chat.
- Mondays: This Monday we have a first look at Ori & the Blind Forest for Xbox One, plus a preview of Flame Over for Steam and PlayStation systems!
- Tuesdays: The Witcher 2 for Xbox 360. Catch up on The Witcher saga before The Witcher 3 launches in May!
- Wednesdays: Xbox One games. This week's game TBA!
- Thursdays: Dragon Age: Inquisition for Xbox One. Chosen by our loyal viewers!
We hope you'll tune in as often as you can! Set a recurring alarm on your phone so you'll always know when it's time for the stream to start.
Everybody's a winner. Especially these dudes and dudettes!
$50 Xbox gift card
$10 Xbox gift cards
SCHAR: Blue Shield Alliance Steam codes
Thanks to Gameloft and BA Productions for providing tonight's prizes. Thanks also to our Twitch stream co-hosts and moderators!
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