Sunday, April 29, 2007

The Apprentice: Los Angeles, Goes MLM

Well, not exactly, but the game is being distributed by Big Fish Games, which has taken in 600,000 new customers since launching its 3-tier affiliate/mlm program last year.

And who knows, with over 500 game titles and new ones being launched every day, one of those game developers may just launch one with a network marketing theme. Maybe a mystery...."Who Stole My Massive Matrix Spillover."

The Apprentice: Los Angeles
Play for the top spot in the Trump Organization in this innovative twist on resource management-style games. Earn the most money by serving your customers as efficiently as possible, combining strategy with fast action. You’ll need to know how to prepare food, how to manage your assistants for maximum benefit, how to control your inventory, and more in order to win.

Battle against contestants.
Starring The Donald.
Five great games in one.

Here's a review from a member of my downline:

The Apprentice ~ Los Angeles game was loads of fun! I didn't expect it to be, but it was quite addictive. Starring in the game are The Donald, Ivanka, Don Jr., and the ever-dramatic Omarosa, along with favorite contestants from the TV seasons. It had a few similarities to the "Tycoon" game series out there, and is a fun, business-themed game. Some parts of it are a bit like Diner Dash with a great twist. It's for those who want something that's not so simple as a typical arcade game, but a bit more involved without being too difficult. You even receive valuable business advice from Trump himself in the game! There are customizable play modes, impressive graphics, and multiple difficulty levels. The Apprentice ~ Los Angeles is truly an innovative cut above normal time-management and resource games. The game is getting great player reviews on every site I checked. WARNING: Once you start playing, it's hard to stop!!!!!!!

The Apprentice: Los Angeles Game

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