- Nov 25, 2008
The game isn't free though. Targetting advertising comes at a price. Cool concept for an idea, but when you're dealing with the masses, you really have to be able to explain some of the things you're doing, as a developer. If you're unwilling to provide the statistics for any type of payouts to determine if people want to play the game, that's your perogative. However; your number base likely won't grow. When people think something is a scam, they generally stay away, even if the fear of a scam isn't warranted.Hi, Yillbo! There are now more than 100 active daily users and each day we usually have 1 or 2 winners. So the odds are quite high for a free game. Many players come from this forum, so I think some may share their experience of getting rewards.
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