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July 8th, 1999

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[7:00 AM]
Win A Free Mac Action Sack From Bungie.org
Fan site Bungie.org, a site dedicated to Bungie Software's various titles, announced an interesting new contest today with the prize being a Bungie Action Sack. The contest is set up as an easter-egg hunt of sorts. According to Bungie.org:

We need some help at bungie.org, there has been a terrible transporter accident. It seems Jim Ruiz at Bungie Software was teleporting 7 Action Sack icons to Steve Campbell for safe keeping. There was a sudden ion storm (a regular Nor'easter with massive sun spots, worm holes and silly string) and despite cross circuiting to "B" the 7 icons were scattered to the 7 corners of bungie.org. We looked everywhere, but we can't find them and we just plain give up. If you can find all 7 of the Bungie Action Sack icons hidden at the bungie.org pages and then be the FIRST to send an e-mail to contest@bungie.org with the page URLs of all seven Action Sack icons (if it is on a framed page give the page name), Jim Ruiz will be so grateful to you that he will purloin a Mac Action Sack from the Bungie Software Vault O Carnage and send it to your home.

The Action Sack contains the fabulous classic Bungie Software games of:

  • Minotaur
  • Abuse
  • Pathways into Darkness
  • Marathon
  • Marathon 2
  • Marathon Infinity.

Employees of Bungie Software, bungie.org, and their families are ineligible to enter this contest.

Sounds pretty easy, so head to to Bungie.org and start to lookin'!

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