Win a GeForce RTX3070 with Glyph

Wishlist Glyph on Steam and earn a chance to win a top-tier Nvidia graphics card from Inno3D ($1100).

It’s been excruciating to find quality graphics cards this spring and summer. The chip shortage has taken its toll, and gamers all over the planet suffer from the drag of yesterday’s hardware: Oh, the horror!

But hold on! What is that, in there in the all-consuming darkness in-between frames that are much, much too far apart? It’s a tiny beam of light!

Bolverk Games freely offers the high-value GeForce RTX3070 graphics card from Nvidia (Inno3D version) at a value of USD1100 to platforming fans worldwide willing to enter a no-purchase-necessary competition.

To participate, interested good folks will need to wishlist Glyph on Steam, take a screenshot of the completed action, and post it on the Glyph discord channel.

Enter the competition here (hosted by

Go and click wishlist on Steam
Hit Shift+windows_key+S to screenshot
Go to our discord

Suppose you already added Glyph to your wishlist. Well, paste the screenshot to prove it. Then you, too, are part of the RTX3070-Glyphaway!

Bolverk Games is picking a winner on August 8th. The winning draw must have a screenshot of a Glyph wishlist action to be eligible.


New ideas
Glyph combines breathtaking aerial maneuvers with tranquil exploration and lots of collectibles. The end goal is to restore the ancient Temple City, overcome by the desert, which also functions as the game´s non-linear hub world. Glyph has:

  • 80+ levels in Exploration mode mean you’ll have to put serious effort into the game before you’ve seen it all.
  • 30 blazing hot levels put your skills to the test in Time Trial mode.
  • 100+ secrets and upgrades are all part of the game from the beginning. With Glyph, you won’t have to pay for extra skins or cool unlocks.
  • A wicked mean final boss…

Glyph appeals to both chill-out players and speedrunners as the open-world allows creative ways to move through the many levels available with the release.

Copenhagen studio
The game is made by Bolverk Games, a self-supporting indie studio based in Denmark and normally focused on VR games and software. Over the past two years, though, Bolverk Games has developed this exciting 3D platform game for the Nintendo Switch console and PC.

“We make the games we want to play ourselves – beautiful, challenging, and immersive,” says CEO Bo Bennekov.

Bolverk Games was among the first to realize how VR gaming could be more than a novelty and have created titles such as the Dick Wilde shooters and Kittypocalypse tower defense.