Win a Nintendo Wii Games console

11:25 31 May 2012

Win a Nintendo Wii Games console

Win a Nintendo Wii Games console

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A revolution in gaming upon release, the Nintendo Wii is a must have console for those who don’t take their gaming too seriously.

Aimed firmly at the family market and with the wonderful controllers and nunchuks, your actions and gestures respnded on screen and truely made you part of the game.

MyOffers are giving away one of these great consoles and are even throwing in a copy of Wii Sports.

You’ll be boxing, golfing, bowling and playing tennis to your hearts content - all from the comfort of your front room.

This prize draw closes on Saturday, 30 June 2012 Terms and Conditions

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