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Two Days of Word Games, Two Shots at 200 Swag Bucks

Posted by on Sat, November 9th, 2013 at 8:00 am

Happy Weekend, Swag Nation!

Welcome back! I hope you guys enjoyed our back to backpuzzle game challenges. If I’m reading the comments correctly, I know at least invisible161 certainly did. I hope you’ll forgive me; I’m putting Swaggernaut suggested game challenges on hold for just this weekend because I wanted to be able to offer you a substantial choice of challenge! This weekend’s challenge will be on your choice of any Word Game on Swagbucks. Any at all.

Choose from:

Capital Tower Defense – Defend your tower by making words out of the invading letters. Click once to select a letter. When you have your word formed, double click to enter it. If the letters make it to your tower or you run out of bullets before you’re able to make it to the next level, the game is over.

Logia – Make words that read left to right out of falling letters before the letters reach the top of the screen. Creating words of 4 letters or make makes the letters disappear. For the highest score, make more than one word at once!

Synonymous – A good SAT prep game in which you try to select the most similar word from a list of three before time runs out. Great for your vocabulary!

Typo Run – Guide Typo around, using the arrow keys and touch each letter in order to spell out the word listed at the top of the screen as you avoid baddies.

Word Chain Plus – Change one letter to create a new word from what’s listed at the top of the screen. The more words you are able to make by swapping out one letter, the higher your score. Swap out each letter once to raise the multiplier. HALE, BALE, TALE, TALL, FALL…

WORDIT – Play any of two modes in this game. Normal mode where you are challenged to make words out of every letter given to you in a Scrabble-like puzzle or Time Challenge where new letters fill up the screen over time and the object is to create as many words as possible before the screen is completely full.

worDrop – Create words of three or more letters out of letters falling from the top of the screen. Click each letter to select it and double-click to enter it and make the letters disappear. The letters don’t have to touch or line up in a particular way to make valid words so if you can make a word from the letters on your screen, hurry up and enter it before the screen fills and the game is over.

So many choices! So what’s this Weekend’s Game Challenge? Get ANY score on any of the games above and post a link to a screenshot of your challenge-meeting score in the comments for this blog post. Alternatively, you can take a screenshot of a tournament entry from this weekend with any score on any game. For each of these correctly filled out posts, 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 of different challenge-meeting scores. One winner will be selected at random from each day of entries and announced in this blog post and on Twitter on Monday. That means, if you enter on Saturday, you can come back Sunday to enter again and be part of a new raffle. If you need an image hosting service, I recommend tinypic.com. The link you want is the URL.

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.

If word games aren’t your thing, you can still enter this weekend’s challenge with any score from any tournament you took part in this weekend and if you enter this weekend’s challenge with a screenshot that shows your score from this weekend in The Big Funds for Black Friday Tournament in which you can win 6,500 Swag Bucks and plus 50 entries into the 25,000 Swag Bucks Holiday Giveaway and you are one of this weekend’s lucky winners, you will receive an additional 50 Swag Bucks.

I really appreciate you guys all helping each other with your entries. The more successful Swagbucks Games is, the more rewarding it can be and you all have a hand in that so keep it up and tell your friends!  I also really appreciate how many of you have been taking advantage of the challenges as a chance to give feedback. Your input is always welcome!

Good luck. Have fun. Have an especially rewarding weekend!

Update: This weekend’s winners are SueT50 and hot4coupons! Congratulations!

Don’t forget: You can still earn yourself 100 swag Bucks by submitting a  game challenge of your own!

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