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How I Became a Billionaire in 30 Days

Updated on January 19, 2009

 You can become a billionaire too, it's pretty easy. Unfortunately the money I'm talking about here is virtual money, so you can just release that high hope of becoming a billionaire; right now.

It's called MySpace Mobsters, and is one of the hottest, highly talked about Myspace application games out there right now.

The game is relatively simple. You add the application to your MySpace page, and give your mobster player a name. I call myself MelGustas, and in 30 days managed to sweep in 30 other MySpace players as my Mob members.

The game is all about fighting, looting, robbing, killing, and going about a world of crime, that is literately crime free in reality.

I can whack other mob bosses, put rival gangs on a hit list, and all the while I'm making mad money, and having a hell of a lot of fun making enemies with rival gangs.

With my billions and billions of fast made money, I can purchase virtual boats, buildings, guns, cars, trucks, and places of interest. The more I buy, the more money I can potentially profit.

The more crime my mob commits, the higher up my level will go. The higher up my level goes, the more weapons and buildings I get to choose from.

The best thing about the game though, aside from being a billionaire, is the messages I get from other players.Tee-hee!

 Sometimes the messages are nice, and simply ask me to add them to my mob, and sometimes they are threatening.

All in all the threats are childish as hell, but they do add to the fun of the Mobsters game. Besides, whomever takes MySpace Mob threats seriously, really should get their heads evaluated.

At any rate, MySpace Mobsters is a fun and addicting game, and makes for a nice way to waste 15 minutes of your day. Behind the desk jobs, will appreciate this one most; that's for damn sure!

 

 

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    • MellasViews profile imageAUTHOR

      MellasViews 

      9 years ago from Earth

      lol. I wonder mine call me? Gee... whatever though, they all suck anyway. Just a buncha Shreks

    • Cris A profile image

      Cris A 

      9 years ago from Manila, Philippines

      Sounds interesting! I'll try it out first thing when this hubbing thing wanes That would be in 10 years tops. I wonder what my cousins call me...

    • Cris A profile image

      Cris A 

      9 years ago from Manila, Philippines

    • MellasViews profile imageAUTHOR

      MellasViews 

      9 years ago from Earth

      I call my cousin Shrek. hehe.

    • goldentoad profile image

      goldentoad 

      9 years ago from Free and running....

      I never did very well at Q-bert myself. I call my stepdaughter q-bert, and still no one in the house gets it. They think I'm just making up names with no meaning. I know, where they been right?

    • MellasViews profile imageAUTHOR

      MellasViews 

      9 years ago from Earth

      pac man is the bomb. Qbert is fun too, that is if you can beat level 1. Im still stuck on level 1. The bouncy snake always gets me. I hate the bouncing snake.

    • goldentoad profile image

      goldentoad 

      9 years ago from Free and running....

      Naw, I would have no idea what to do, my kid beats me at Mario Kart, and I hear that's about as easy as it gets. I'm kind of stuck in the days of galaga and pac-man.

    • MellasViews profile imageAUTHOR

      MellasViews 

      9 years ago from Earth

      lol. dont do it homie... we can be join forces. hehe. Do you play the game?

    • goldentoad profile image

      goldentoad 

      9 years ago from Free and running....

      I'll put a cap in his ass, and talk to his boss then.

    • MellasViews profile imageAUTHOR

      MellasViews 

      9 years ago from Earth

      Hes in my mob homie. lol.

    • goldentoad profile image

      goldentoad 

      9 years ago from Free and running....

      i'm going to tell your boss what you're doing.

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