The New Flappy Bird – Make It Rain: The Love of Money

It’s like clockwork, every month a game that has no point what-so-ever gets ridiculously popular, rakes in mounds of cash, and then dies off. This time around Make It Rain: The Love of Money, released by Space Inch, LLC, focuses on every person’s innate desire to make as much money as possible.

To play the game users start off by simply swiping up on the screen. This motion makes the person in-game money and can be done as many times as wanted. One dollar turns in to 100, then to 1000’s, and even to billions. This is all done with with the help of power-ups that can be purchased using the in-game currency. It sounds stupid, and it really is. The game isn’t even particularly “fun”.

Make it Rain is definitely the most pointless game I’ve come across in a long time, it’s stupid, and it’s not even that much fun to play… but for some reason it is extremely addictive. If you’re in the same boat, you aren’t alone either; this game is on the top list in the app store and has been said to gross $50,000 per day due to in app purchases.

 

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2 thoughts on “The New Flappy Bird – Make It Rain: The Love of Money

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  2. One more very popular word game that could be executed just utilizing pencil
    and paper would no doubt be the perennial hangman game.
    If you want simple distractions, there are fun apps such as Angry Birds, Candy Crush and Cut the
    String which are easy but addictive. A Mature
    rating, or M, is only for those 17 and up. Don’t spend money on items at
    the auction during the first 10 levels of your character.
    I can then play the game for a short time while my subconscious mind works out my predicament.

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