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Winster Week Contest #5 – Winner is Tasha!!


CONGRATULATIONS to Tasha for winning contest #5!! (For the final contest I accepted entries from Facebook and Twitter. Tasha answered via Facebook, which is why you don’t see her in the comments!)

This concludes Winster Week, and I hope you had a lot of fun!!! Maybe we can do this again sometime. ^_^


This contest is now closed!


Welcome to the final contest of Winster week!! (Congrats to @mbif for winning yesterday’s contest!!) This contest is only open for one day, so don’t wait to enter!!

Who can win: New Winster players (800k lifetime points or less). And if you already won earlier this week you can’t win again. *^_^* If you’re a Winster veteran, feel free to share this page with your friends and family!

Prize: A Winster day pass! A day pass gives you 300 extra spins, quadruple points, access to private rooms, and NO ads for the day!!

How to enter: Answer today’s question! If you have a Winster account, please include your username so I can find you. ^_^ You can still enter even if you don’t currently play Winster, but you’ll have to make an account in order to claim your prize. (If you already won you can still answer! I just won’t count your entry.)

As a reminder, if you’re caught using multiple accounts to enter the contest you’ll be disqualified from every contest ever held at Free2WinGames. Also, if you’re playing multiple accounts at Winster you’re violating their one account per person policy and I will report you.

Sorry to get all serious, but cheating really melts my ice cream. *^_^* Back to fun stuff!


Today’s question: What frustrates you in games? 


Assuming that a game functions properly, the thing that REALLY frustrates me is when there are zero instructions on how to play. Or better still, there is information, but it’s out of date or flat-out wrong.

This bugged me even before I started blogging. *^_^* I just don’t get it. Why put together a great game (and many of them are) but not tell anyone how to play it? Where’s the logic in that? It’s akin to handing someone a thousand piece puzzle and not letting them see a picture of what it looks like. Sure, it can be done, and some people may even enjoy the extra challenge. However, I suspect that the majority would try the puzzle a little bit and then give up in frustration.

Write some dang rules, people!!



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