[WINNERS ANNOUNCED] Contest: Share your most awesome city-building moment

Remember when that giant cyclops stomped on the mayor? Good times.
UPDATE: Great stories there, guys! You gave us a really hard time picking the most entertaining, inspiring, or downright weird ones but it was time well spent.
So here are the 10 winning entries:
- Stevedog13 for being wickedly enterprising.
- mqstout - hope it took at least a few years until the population started rising again.
- Utuzuu - for his Story #3 that made our office tiger smack its lips with delight.
- SpiderFighter for staying sane long enough to recount this ill-fated moment of glory.
- dusty788 - for honoring their badass citizens thusly. This is what epic soundtracks are made for.
- Ghorpm - for creating the first ancient city that ran primarily on gas.
- Novicia20 - for this inspiring story of why sometimes videogames > real-life grind.
- Nastyg - for hitting us right in the feels.
- MadalinStroe - for their perseverance through the emergent challenges of city-building games.
- Benzor - for their complete lack of empathy that secured their civilization a "peaceful victory".
Congrats and thanks to everyone who participated!
We will be contacting the winners soon.
---Original announcement below---
Three critically acclaimed city-builders arrived today, as digital exclusives, on GOG.com: Caesar, Caesar II, and Emperor: Rise of the Middle Kingdom. To celebrate, we've built a fun little contest for those of you who are anxious to try or revisit them!
Share with us a story describing your favorite (funniest, most nostalgic, most epic, or even most embarrassing) moment playing city builder games in the comments below, and take your chance at winning one of the 10 game keys for one of the three freshly released titles - the choice is yours.
Be creative: it'll be originality and wit that will win you our hearts and turn your story into a success story. So go ahead and spin us a tale - these historical city-builders are looking forward to joining your collection!
Deadline for entries is Monday, February 13, 2PM GMT.