Recently the coin master
started to host a Twitter and Facebook Coin Master Hack Spin.
The concept of a Twitter spin
is to send out a short message on Twitter, or send a retweet to Facebook friends, which will cause the game
to go into an online spin.
A full network spin
involves lots of people tweeting and adding followers, which can lead to a much larger network of visitors. You can see a full description of the process by following the link below. The Twitter Coin Master
Twist was a great success, attracting over a million players in a few days.
is also now in beta testing, with over 400,000 registered users. My first impressions of the game
were positive, as it's pretty similar to the real-life version of the coin master
I love the twists that come from the twitter spin,
and it made me smile every time. I have never seen the internet to explode like this before and am looking forward to what future updates will bring. If you haven't heard of the game,
it is similar to a slot machine where you add friends and win virtual Coins,
but is based on Twitter.
You build up more players over time as you attract other real users, and then when you enter the internet spin
phase, your friends begin to spin
the slots at the same time. It seems to be a very popular Facebook game,
and more people join each day than are added to the number of actual people. With over 400,000 registered users and over 200 million 5000 spins
played, the virtual coins
make quite a profit. This is the second time in two years that the game
has been added to Facebook. The first year there were no real spin spinners,
so it was always just one player at a time winning.
was so popular it spawned a spin spinners
website and a Facebook page to cater to this particular spin game.
While it is similar to the original game,
you can add in different social media spinners,
like Twitter and Facebook. The Twitter twist allowed the game
to start to really get going, but it didn't look to big and a whole bunch of people were afraid
to join. After the first day, the number of people joining was huge, and after two days, it was even bigger. The Facebook spin
took the game
and ran with it.
It was a crazy idea for the game,
and is still a good game
today. The fact that it is not just a Facebook game
allows people to continue to add people all the time, and it's fun to play with other people while doing so. If you like the game,
it's free to play, but if you want to join the Facebook spin
you have to pay the $3 to join, but if you are one of the lucky people who played during the first two weeks of Facebook spin
you are getting in for free. Many have already paid the one dollar and are already part of the game.