Activity from Submarine Puzzle
Posted by Team Swagbucks on Tue, March 25th, 2014 at 7:00 am
Happy Tuesday, Swag Nation!
If you weren’t with us Monday, we’re spending the week in tribute to some of the games we might be losing soon due to the closing of Mochi Games. We’re working on keeping as many as we can, but in the meantime, we’re going to get some last enjoyment out of them just in case. You can help us decide where to focus our efforts with regard to securing some of the games and finding good replacements by voting for which Mochi games are most important to you here. Until we officially have to part ways, there are special tournaments on all our games and we will continue to have a new challenge each day for the rest of the week.
You don’t have to get a certain score to enter today’s challenge, but since it might be our last time getting a chance to play these games, it wouldn’t hurt to boast if you get a big score so we can see who gets to claim what might end up being final bragging rights.
There are “Farewell” progressive tournaments on all of the tournament games that might be leaving us and you can find special One Swag Buck tournaments on all games this week.
So what’s today’s challenge? Get any score on Klondike Solitaire or Submarine Puzzle, 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 200 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 tinypic.com because it’s quick and easy. SIX winners will be selected at random from all of today’s entries and announced in this blog post tomorrow.
Good luck and have fun!
Update: Tuesday’s winners are Kelchemist, CRocketO, Angelchick0324, CarrieLuce, Nancy2954, & Smoothr -Congratulations! New Challenge already in the blog!
Don’t forget: You can still earn yourself 100 swag Bucks by submitting a game challenge of your own!
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