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Where In The World Is Team Swagbucks?

Posted by on Wed, January 4th, 2012 at 11:00 am

If you think you know your world geography, now’s the time to prove it – Emma from Team Swagbucks fancies herself quite the expert at World Cities in Swagbucks Games - the concept is simple – it asks you to place countries and states on a map of the world – the closer you get to the actual location, the more points you get.

We’re going to post Emma’s high score below. If you can beat her, take a screenshot of your victory and post it to Twitter with your Swag Name the hashtag #SBGames – five of you will be hooked up with 100 Swag Bucks each! Here’s Emma’s score:

Good Luck!

 

 

Fat Cooker Is A Pressure Cooker

Posted by on Wed, December 28th, 2011 at 11:00 am
Since so many New Year’s Resolutions deal with weight loss and getting in shape, it’s only appropriate that our final Swagbucks Games special tournament of 2011 be Fat Cooker, in which you take your generously-proportioned foodie and help him lose weight by eliminating bad foods (done by putting them in groups of 4 or more) ... Read More »

ReFyoozd To Lose

Posted by on Wed, December 21st, 2011 at 11:00 am
If you think Santa’s a great pressure performer, you should see how he fares in a game of Fyoozd. Can he can get it done with a ticking clock and everything on the line?  He won’t return TSG’s calls, so the challenge falls to you, which is why we’re running a special progressive tournament all ... Read More »

Under The Sea With Swagbucks Games

Posted by on Wed, November 23rd, 2011 at 11:00 am
Swagbucks Games have a way of keeping everyone at Swag Central on the edge of their seats. No matter how many of our games we play, we always walk away from them saying “That was tense!” Take this week’s featured game, Starfish. Looks so serene, right? It even has a folksy little guitar piece that ... Read More »

Run, Swagasaurus, Run!

Posted by on Wed, November 16th, 2011 at 11:00 am
Every week, we feature one of our Swagbucks Games by holding an all-day progressive tournament where you can enter for 1 Swag Buck as many times as you want and the winner takes home a minimum of 100 Swag Bucks, which increases as more people enter. Last week’s Regate 21 tournament winner got over 800 Swag ... Read More »

Let It Snow

Posted by on Wed, November 9th, 2011 at 11:00 am
For this week, the special Swagbucks Games tournament is Holiday-themed, which seemed appropriate considering the fact that our big Holiday Promotion is almost ready to go. The game of the week is Snow Day, in which you play a bundled up little tyke tossing ice cubes into clouds, making those clouds snow, presumably so they ... Read More »

Is It In The Cards?

Posted by on Wed, November 2nd, 2011 at 1:00 pm
Every Wednesday we feature a different Swagbucks Game by creating a special all-day progressive tournament where you can enter as many times as you want for 1 SB a try and the winner takes home a minimum of 100 Swag Bucks – the pot grows as more people enter! This week, it’s Regate 21, in ... Read More »

Drop3, Win At Least 100

Posted by on Wed, October 26th, 2011 at 11:00 am
Everybody has their favorite Swagbucks Game – for TSG, it’s quickly becoming Drop3. In Drop3, you’ve got falling objects of various shapes and colors – once three objects of the same shape and color are touching, they’re removed from the screen. Sounds pretty simple, right? You can rotate pieces as they fall, but the challenge comes from ... Read More »

Krush The Kompetition

Posted by on Wed, October 12th, 2011 at 11:00 am
Everybody types nowadays. Some people around Swag Central type so quickly it makes ol’ TSG’s head spin. The real question is: “Can you type quickly and accurately when the pressure’s on? That’s the scenario in KeyKrusher – the keys from your keyboard are invading, and the only way to stop them is to press them! ... Read More »

Can You Hover?

Posted by on Wed, October 5th, 2011 at 11:00 am
Most video games are all about quick reflexes. In Hover, it’s all about staying still. Kinda. You have a black dot on the screen. Your objective? Keep the mouse on it as long as possible. Think of it as bull-riding for the digital age, because the circle’s going to buck, dive and do everything it ... Read More »