Rootrivia Winners For the month of January

Our first Rootrivia of 2014 is over and it’s time to announce the winners!

The Winners

We had another good turn out for this months Rootrivia but as always there is a limited number of prizes and the winners were chosen randomly from those that got the questions correct using Because there were only two people who answered all the questions correctly the remaining winner was selected randomly from all the remaining participants. So here it is gamers :drum roll: this months winners of Rootrivia are:






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Correct Answers

  1. What Joe loves to do tricks on his bike? Joe Danger
  2. What Voltage is becoming popular? Bad (It’s a podcast)
  3. Which Linux distribution says it’s “For Human Beings”? Ubuntu
  4. What is the code name for Ubuntu 14.04? Trusty Tahr
  5. What is the most popular live streaming site for gamers? Twitch
  6. In what game does a Welsh Gnome by the name Wilber Appear? The Book of Unwritten Tales
  7. What game features a ghostly black and white spider type figure? Closure
  8. What classic Commadore Amiga title is now available on Linux? The Chaos Engine
  9. On Steam, what must you open to move from room to room? A Portal
  10. What Dawn will soon be breaking on to Linux? Nuclear Dawn

The Aftermath

Congratulations to the winners, the 1st place prize game key for Steam will be emailed to the winner and the second and third place prizes will be sent direct through Steam. Well done to the winners and massive thanks to everyone for playing this months Rootrivia! Remember if you didn’t win this time we will be holding another competition on the 15th of February. Now last but not least we here at Rootgamer would like to give a massive thanks to “Hello Games” for providing us with this months first place prize “Joe Danger 2: The Movie”. Given the recent trouble they’ve had with their offices flooding just before they released the game, it was very generous of them to provide us with a copy of “Joe Danger 2: The Movie”. If you were not lucky enough to win a copy you can always pick it up on Steam.



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Author: Kereltis View all posts by
Linux advocate, born in Liverpool, grew up in Cork City Ireland and currently living in Corvallis, Oregon. I love all things Linux, my favorite distro being Ubuntu followed closely by Kubuntu and Linux Mint (Cinnamon and KDE). As far as I'm concerned Linux is the future of gaming. Lets make the world as open and transparent as we can!

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