Fancy spending the bank holiday weekend hoofing a digital ball around a virtual pitch? Read on to find out how a copy of Wii's 2010 FIFA World Cup could be landing on your doormat this Saturday...
As tiresome pundits and cliche-ridden reviews tell us, football is a funny old game. And yet games about football don't seem to be that funny. Entertaining, yes, but funny? Hmm, no. Semantics aside, what we do know is that 2010 FIFA World Cup South Africa (to give it its full name) is jolly good fun.
There's a full review of it in issue 49 of the mag (on sale now! Get your copy today!), so we'll direct you towards that for the full verdict on the game. But to sum up: it's top-notch football action that's worth a hefty 82%.
It's also out this Friday, so if you enter this competition you'll be getting your copy of the game hot off the gaming presses. That's the beauty of Winsday, you see - you enter a competition on Wednesday (or Thursday), we draw the winner and post the prize on Friday, and the lucky victor gets their spoils on Saturday morning. Or Saturday afternoon if they've got a lazy postman or live somewhere remote or something.
All we ask of you in exchange for the chance to win the game is that you answer the painfully easy question down there. That's all. So, the question...
Q: The original World Cup trophy was named after which Frenchman?
A. Jacques Cousteau
B. Jules Rimet
C. Inspector Clouseau
Think you know the answer? Just text NGFIFA followed by a space then your answer (A, B or C), then another space and your full name and address to 87474. Texts cost a paltry 25p plus your standard network rate. The closing date is midnight on Thursday 29 April 2010. Alternatively, you can enter by going to www.futurecomps.co.uk/NGFIFA.
Full terms and conditions can be found here.
Don't fret if you don't win this week - there'll be another competition next Wednesday.