23 Sep
If you haven't already checked out the latest launch of Facebook's Android and iOS apps, I would suggest you start looking around at what the app can do for you. A few weeks ago, I got to play with the iOS app, and I was not disappointed. The Facebook game, Raid Coin Master New Event, is fun, and I have to say it is very addictive. It has elements that the popular game Tetris has, as well as some mobile enhancements. As a child, I can remember playing my favourite game on the old phone games platform, and it was always exciting.
You never knew what would happen next - you'd place the pieces onto the board to get one of the many cool themes that were there, and you would win with the most coins. Like in the classic game, the best way to get coins is to keep collecting them. What is great about this app is that if you know what to expect, and also how to get the best results, it can be a lot of fun to play. While you could just play alone and just collect coins and see where they lead, it can get a bit messy. If you want to try this app, make sure that you are doing so with a group of friends, and do so in a public area.
You should also log in with your Google+ account, so that when you are participating, your progress is tracked. That way, you can see where you stand and go from there. One thing I like about this game is that the good scores are spread around the globe, and the bad scores are kept just locally. It keeps it fair and gives everyone an equal chance at the game. There are many interesting challenges and things to do with this game, and it really helps you learn more about how markets and currency fluctuate around the world.
I particularly like the fact that you can earn gold while playing this game, and if you are truly interested in coins, this will give you everything you need to know. It even offers ways to earn additional coins and challenge coins as well. I've been pleasantly surprised with how much I've grown to love this game. I have loved playing the Facebook game on other online games platform, but I always preferred to play the original version. In fact, I often like to give each one a shot, rather than pick one that seems to be like the first one I played, so that I am familiar with the game mechanics, and what I am supposed to do.
While I still love the Facebook version, I'm starting to think that the newer Android version might be better. I do miss the touch screen, but I do like the fact that it is designed with touch screen functionality in mind. My reasoning behind this is that a lot of the iOS game mechanics are completely different from those in the Facebook and Android games. For example, the Facebook game actually requires you to go back and forth between your Facebook and mobile apps, while in the iPhone version, you are using all the same tools for interacting with the mobile app.