The iOS version of the highly popular game
The Simpsons: Tapped
Out, a game
that players can use to compete with other players worldwide, has a very entertaining feature in that players can make Coins
by selling and buying used (tapped
out) iphone game coins.
This feature is very similar to the feature of the Rhino Coin Master game hack.
A group of members who are all into the digital currency scene, found the opportunity to exploit the Tapped
Out iPhone app
which allows players to purchase and sell iphone game coins.
Their point of contention is that they were able to buy these coins
on eBay and then sell them on eBay, making much more Coins
than what they could by merely creating the same app
themselves and uploading it onto the Tapped
Out website. The way the 2 iphone coin master game hacks
were done is essentially the same as the way the very popular software program, called iphoneCoin Master,
Rhino and The Fox, which were created by members of the "CryptoCurrency" community were designed to make it easy for anyone who has a little bit of technical knowledge to hack
their way to making a lot of Coins
fast. However, as both apps
were simply copied and pasted, there was no need for anyone to hire programmers. All that was needed was to use a couple of handy tools and those tools would take care of the job. In the case of the Rhino Coin Master game hack,
users needed to download an application
to their computer, which opened a window to a programming page. The application
was loaded into the window and then users had to enter their passwords before the application
could be run.
After this step, a series of instructions were entered into the computer program, which would take care of a variety of operations needed to hack
within the game.