Activity from 2013 September (page 2)

Mastering the Ways of the Fruit for 100 Swag Bucks

Posted by on Wed, September 25th, 2013 at 6:00 am

Happy Wednesday, Swag Nation!

Welcome back, everybody! Did anyone happen to notice we played Falling Leaves Four in a Row on the first day of Fall? I can assure you that was very much on purpose and I did not just realize that right now after the fact. Does it feel like fall yet out where you are? At Swag Central, I think the only colored leaves I’ve seen are the Fall Foliage Collector’s Bills, but it is getting colder.  Anyway, enough about the weather… It’s time to play some games for Swag Bucks and get FRUITY!

That’s right, Swag Nation, today’s challenge is on Gallagher’s favorite game, Fruit Master and things are gonna get juicy. In Fruit Master, you take revenge on all the fruit that laughed at you and called you short guy and four eyes and Justin Crustin your whole life because you’re in your twenties now and a reasonable height and you work for a cool website and you don’t have to take that anymore!

Sorry… That’s something I’m working on. Fruit just really upsets me.

So! Use your cursor to direct your fruit-fighting fury. Click to begin a slash and release to end it. I find that the slashes are so quick, you really just have to click once as you slash through the fruit and it isn’t necessary to worry so much about the release. You can let up to three whole pieces of fruit hit the floor before the game is over, but don’t slash grenades. If you slash just one grenade the game is over.  If you’re on a laptop, I recommend you consider grabbing a mouse if you have one because a touch pad can be…  well…  a bit touchy.

So what’s today’s challenge? Get a score of 20 or more in Fruit Master, take a screenshot, and post a link in the comments for this blog post. For each of these correctly filled out posts you make, you will have one entry in a raffle to win 100 Swag Bucks. You may enter as many times as you like with new screenshots showing different scores. You may wish to protect your efforts by adding your Swag Name to it in a paint program. If you need an image hosting service, I recommend because it’s quick and easy. Three winners will be selected at random from all of today’s entries and announced in this blog post and on Twitter on Thursday.

You can also participate via Twitter by tweeting your screenshot @Swagbucks, along with your Swag Name and the hashtag #sbgames. You may place each entry both on Twitter and in the comments, but if you win from an entry placed on Twitter, you will win an additional 100 Swag Bucks.

Good luck. Have Fun. May the fruit be with you.

Update: This week’s winners are Megshere, 0MGoodness, & NebulaBliss  -Congratulations!  New Challenge Saturday!

How Swagbucks Has Worked For Me – Jgherity

Posted by on Tue, September 24th, 2013 at 9:00 am

I’ve run out of ways to say how reading Swaggernaut stories is the best part of my job.  There are as many different ways to put Swagbucks to work for you as there are yous. And thank goodness for that!  So here is another great story to brighten your day from Jgherity of China Grove, […]

Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays Is Looking Good!

Posted by on Tue, September 24th, 2013 at 5:55 am

 Hey Swaggernauts! It’s Tuesday, which means it’s time for the Twitter Tuesday Phrase That Pays (a.k.a. TTPTP), the contest where your creativity is rewarded with Swag Bucks (in addition to that warm, fuzzy feeling). Instead of all the bells and whistles, we’re going to keep it really simple. If you want a chance to win […]

4 Ways to Save More Money This Fall

Posted by on Mon, September 23rd, 2013 at 3:00 pm

Our friends over at Money Crashers are back with some great tips for saving money this fall. Without any further ado… Steve Byrnes is a financial writer who shares money saving strategies and budgeting tips. Now that summer is over, you might find yourself a bit lighter in the wallet. Independence Day, weekend cookouts, sporting […]

Music Monday’s Got Soul

Posted by on Mon, September 23rd, 2013 at 11:57 am

On this day in 1930 a true legend was born – Ray Charles.  Ray Charles is being honored today with his own first-class commemorative stamp from the U.S. Postal Service. “The U.S. Postal Service® honors Ray Charles, the extraordinary composer, singer, and pianist, who mixed blues, gospel, country, jazz, and soul music in a unique […]

TSG’s Tips – Swagstakes Winners

Posted by on Mon, September 23rd, 2013 at 6:00 am

Often TSG hears the same refrain, “Does anyone ever really win a Swagstakes?”  The answer is an emphatic YES! Each Swagstakes has a winner (keeps everything legal and TSG likes that).  How can you find out who won?  If you have entered the specific Swagtsakes you will be able to see the winning Swag Name […]

Saturday Do-It-Yourself – Frozen Watermelon

Posted by on Sat, September 21st, 2013 at 11:00 am

Today may be the last full day of summer for 2013 but that doesn’t mean the yumminess has to end.  Now when Swaggernauts like eliscarol are on the job!  eliscarol of Columbus, IN is sharing a quick and refreshing watermelon preparation.  Take it away, eliscarol: Hello Swagbucks! eliscarol here… wanted to share a favorite healthy […]

Two Days of Swickles15’s Challenge, Two Shots at 200 Swag Bucks

Posted by on Sat, September 21st, 2013 at 8:00 am

Happy Weekend, Swag Nation! How’s it goin? It’s great to have you all back for another challenge and another couple shots at 200 Swag Bucks. I gotta tell ya, Swag Nation, I am especially excited to do some gaming this weekend. I hope you are too. To help with that, this weekend’s challenge will include […]

Friday Funny: Mystery Edition

Posted by on Fri, September 20th, 2013 at 3:00 pm

Look, I’m no detective, but I must be smarter than the guy shooting this video because I was able to figure this one out pretty quickly: – Hal from Team Swagbucks

Swagbucks Book Club – All Access Pass

Posted by on Fri, September 20th, 2013 at 9:55 am

There was a time when meeting your favorite author was just a fantasy.  They were a mystery – just their words printed on paper plus a paragraph or two on the back flap of the dust jacket.  But the internet has changed all of that.  We can now search and find all sorts of past […]