Competition: Insert Coin Clothing Vouchers

The amazing people at Insert Coin Clothing have generously provided us with three rather excellent prizes.

We’re offering our readers three vouchers to spend on the Insert Coin Clothing website for the total of £20, £10 and £5.

For this competition, we will have a first, second and third prize and all you have to do to win is reply to this message and tell us which Insert Coin Clothing design you would like to see next and why? Ideally, this will be a game or piece of gaming hardware that Insert Coin Clothing have not worked on or are not announced to be working on.

If you’re feeling especially creative, you could even include a design and drawing and tweet, facebook or email it over to us.

The competition will run over the weekend and winners will be announced on Monday afternoon at 1pm GMT.


First Prize: £20 Voucher
Second Prize: £10 Voucher
Third Prize: £5 Voucher

Best of luck. We will be sharing all your entries with the Insert Coin Clothing team, so no pressure!

Have fun!

About the author

Ray Willmott

Ray is the founder and editor of Expansive. He is also a former Community Manager for Steel Media, and has written for a variety of gaming websites over the years. His work can be seen on Pocket Gamer,, Gfinity, and the Red Bull Gaming Column. He has also written for VG247, Videogamer, GamesTM, PLAY, and MyM Magazine,

Readers Comments (11)

  1. Possibly Ni No Kuni? Mr Drippy’s Familiars pet shop? Or Ollies Automobile garage?

  2. A design based on the Metroid game series would go a long way to attracting ‘core’ gamers and by focussing on such games and the like that have defined gaming, rather than have them keep jumping on the current bandwagon of lazy design for popular MP games etc. Castlevania also would be an awesome start. Modern retro…if such a thing exists. As a graphic designer myself, I know what I like…

    No offence but there is a lot of chaff hiding the genuinely awesome tees, of which there are quite few in number.

    Less ‘official’ (expensive) licenses and a return to complex, awesome, but not obvious designs would be a bonus.

  3. Day of the Tentacle! I loved that game 🙂

  4. Hey James Lockey! You’re talking out of your hat! Sounds like you’re use a bit tight and living in a time warp, rather than being a qualified critic. Not sure how Devil May Cry and an entire range of SEGA designs are modern MP. BEHAVE SON.

  5. And I’d choose Remember Me as the game to do next. Definitely.

  6. Avenging Angel March 8, 2013 @ 1:30 pm

    Bro, Metroid is dead after Other M and Metroid is hardly core. I want to see Silent Hill and Pac Man!

  7. Hey Gordon Franks! Know your roots.

  8. light armor like gw2 clothing

  9. deffo the new devil may cry. love me some dante hotness.

  10. This is great – Kino Der Toten and if I won I’d buy it straight away 😀 I’d love to see some Borderlands inspired ones.


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