Word With Friends player can buy cheats, Let’s say, four bucks, so he or she can cheat in Word With Friends, most of us would cry, because it’s wrong. But if someone wanted to pay the same to help them cheat in Word with friends, would you do it? Well, I’ve never heard of someone in the second situation is captured, but the first one is already there.
Last month, Zynga has two paid features to words with friends who – Well, there is no way around it – were borderline cheat tools.
For the cost of 10 tokens, or about $ 1.50 USD, Tile allows players to see Pile, which remained hidden in the letters pile of letters, while Word-o-meter shows whether you have a better word with the tiles you’ve got if you are willing to cough up to 32 tokens or $ 4 USD. Neither of these prices are for single use either: Tile Pile allows for 10 uses and Word-O-Meter offers 99th
While the rebellion was among the mobile users to be loud and clear, has use of the Facebook version of float is not stopped. I do not know how many people have decided to cheat, but there is no question that Zynga makes money off of it. And therein lies the problem, it is not so much of fraud, which annoys people, but that Zynga wants money from the scammers. It sends the message that cheating is okay. But there is something worse ahead.
Prior to the existence of word with friends, Scrabble clones were all over the web. Before the world got Facebook and Facebook got Scrabulous (which rose from Hasbro closed), I played something called Literati at Yahoo! Games. Cheating happened then and it remains so now. They did not cheat tool aimed at a particular game. Or to devote to fraud. All you needed were sites that specialize in unscrambling letters, like an innocent anagram tool. This reality brings us to another point – when people cheat, they might as well do it for free. Because they can, they have, and they will. Not only that some third party pays the cheat options are out there not only cheaper than what Zynga has to offer.