Free Games for Facebook Friends*

Free Games for Facebook Friends*


If you have at least 1,001 friends on Facebook, you are eligible for free, unlimited video games. Yes, absolutely free. There are some qualifications and criteria to meet, but if you do, you’ll have the time of your life. And for the rest of your life.

Gaming industry marketing experts have come to realize the power of Facebook, especially as a marketing tool. Since the dawn of advertising, the most coveted of all promotions has been word of mouth. Nothing holds more trust and influence than word of mouth. An unsolicited testimonial from a friend is sometimes all that’s need to convince a customer to buy a product or service.

The gaming industry wants to select people with more than a thousand Facebook friends to help promote video games. It’s simple. All you have to do is apply for a game, play it, and then post a short review on how much you enjoyed it. The gaming industry is convinced your testimonial will influence at least ten percent of your friends list. That’s why they can afford to give you free games.

In order to qualify for the Free Games for Facebook Friends, your list should reflect a cross section of the population. This should include people of various ages, in various occupations, in different parts of the world. The industry does not want to see lists containing multiples of the same people. This will preclude those simply “collecting” friends from school, or other list comprised of fellow gaming enthusiasts.

You’ll be required to sign a contract with the industry. According to insiders, it’s standard procedure for such a program.

Before being posted on Facebook, all reviews must be submitted to the appropriate gaming company for approval and/or editing. Negative reviews will not be posted, citing the industry’s creed: “If you can’t say anything nice, don’t say anything at all.” The industry also reserves the right to edit your review, including changing words, changing context and meaning, and even entirely substituting a professionally written piece in place of your original review.

Failure to comply with the aforementioned rules will terminate your agreement with the industry, whereupon free game privilege will be revoked, and you will be forced to pay for all the games you did receive.

Don’t let the contract scare you. All you’ll need is a few lawyers present to witness it and inform you of your legal rights. As long as you follow the guidelines exactly, you’ll avoid heavy fines, prosecution, and possible jail time for malicious libel and fraud. According to industry insiders, threats of violence and murder are highly exaggerated.

So round up some friends, and get your game on—for free. Just be certain to follow the rules.

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