Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Fun Free Online Card Game! CCG MMO with no downloads!

You do not need to spend a dime, and you dont need a credit card to ride this train. Urban Rivals is an amazingly fun, challenging and addicting massive multi-player collectible card game......and its completely free to play! Yes, it is a free collectible card game, massive multi player game, with no downloads!

Easy to Join
Its easy to join Urban Rivals and you can get started within the next half hour and be battling other new players right away. You get a free pack of cards and you can build decks right from the start. When you battle, your cards gain experience and can level up (or evolve) into more powerful cards.

No Downloads
When I was looking for awesome games to play, I hated games that looked and sounded cool, but then took hours to download and then took hours to erase from my computer after I realized the game wasn't even fun. Urban Rivals is the best free massive multi player online (MMO) collectible card game (CCG) I have ever found. Plus, you do not need to download anything to play! You can play from work, from school, from a friends house, all you need is the internet to jump into your account! The entire game is played in flash.

The way the game is set up, there is a lot of skill involved in the game. It is always fun to beat a player who is a much higher level than you, and make them feel shame. You get to pick your deck, and during the game you assign power pills to each character which is hidden from your opponent. Those pills multiply the characters attack damage and can win or lose you the game.

Pay if you want
It is free to play. You can spend money to buy extra packs, however I spent months playing on the free account and leveling up my guys and selling them in the shop. It was great. Eventually I spent 5 dollars to buy a few extra packs and with those cards I managed to trade and play my way up to a huge collection of cards.

Earning Packs
If you are like me, and want to play online games that are FREE, but also really fun, then urban rivals is for you. The other neat thing is that you can earn credits to buy packs simply by playing in free tournaments. These tournaments happen every two hours! You can join a ton of tournaments every day and earn packs of new cards for doing it. It is really fun.

Friends Friends Cards
Don't also forget about the sponsor program, because if you sign up with my link here , then you can get your friends to sign up under you and then you earn credits from them. It's another great way to earn free cards, plus then you can play with your friends.

Thursday, November 26, 2015

Invest with as little as $25 and make money

I have recently been turned on to Lending Club as a way to invest small amounts of money and in order to receive 10% interest on the money loaned. Like many people, I have been pretty disappointed in CD's (certificate of deposits) and other IRA accounts. Even my works retirement plan is performing so poorly that it is almost not worth doing.

Those needing money can consolidate debts and borrow money to help with credit cards and mortgage rates. Here is an example:

Lending Club allows you to put small amounts of money up to lend, spread across multiple notes in order to receive small monthly payments. You can also do it as an IRA Investment options. There is also the option to lend to riskier notes, or safer notes with the riskier notes earning a higher percentage. There is always a chance that the loans could default and you could lose money on that note. Although Lending Club has a pretty good system for approving those asking for a loan.

There is also a pretty sweet referral program at Lending Club which can net you some pretty sweet bonuses for getting other people to try it out. So if you have a little extra money that you plan to save you should check it out. 

Sunday, July 12, 2015

Online card game (CCG) to play at work

If you enjoy fun, quick, online card games that can easily be played at work or on your phone, you should check out Urban Rivals. I have been a big fan of this Massive Multiplayer Online (MMO) Collectible Card Game (CCG) called Urban Rivals for 5 years. I had written about this game on my other blog Zombie Robot Frosting and got a great response.

Urban Rivals pits a number of street gangs against others. You collect your own street thugs and match them up against opponents street gang. The characters are usually parodies of pop culture figures and are quite hilarious in their own right. The game is downright fun, the collecting and experience system is very addicting and the best thing is that this game is FREE (unless you want to buy tons of extra cards which is not necessary to the enjoyment of the game).

Not only is Urban-Rivals free, but unlike most other free games, there is NO download. You collect cards, level them up in battles or tournaments hosted every other hour, and sell and trade them in the market. Building a good deck takes time. You earn packs of cards by playing in the tournaments or buying credits or the best way inviting your friends to come play. Join up and try the game here.

While this game website cannot earn you any money blogging, it is a very fun way to spend some free time. Especially if you like new and strategic card games. Plus, the referral program is not only fun to bring in friends but also to earn extra credits to buy new cards.

Since their is no downloads and the fact that the game is free, I often open a new window and play this game while doing any number of other things online. It is the best game I have found online since Kingdom of Loathing.

On a side note, if you would like to make MONEY referring people, you should think about blogging with PayPerPost, because you can earn 15 dollars per referral that write one blog post.


Saturday, April 18, 2015

PBL ROBOTS: Gallery and FAQ

Card and Dice Game

PBL ROBOTS card and dice game has just published the full gallery for all of the cards in the base set (the game will is released Summer 2015). You can find a gallery of Crew Members, Action cards, Armor Upgrades, Expert Pilots and Hangars. Some of the popular cards will be getting bios where you can learn about the characters and the back story. You can order PBL ROBOTS on the website.

Learn how to play this card & dice game

Another excellent feature on the website is the extensive Frequently Asked Questions section which covers the questions that many first time players have when playing the game, and other interesting interactions that certain cards have with each other. If you enjoy card drafting games, PBL ROBOTS is perfect for you and the game comes with everything you need for 2-3 players to play over and over.  The website is completely prepared to assist new players getting into the game, and will be adding new questions weekly as players submit them. 

Sunday, December 21, 2014

24 hours left on Kickstarter for the Robot Card Game

PBL ROBOTS the card and dice game is down to its last 24 hours on Kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robotcardgame/pbl-robots-dice-and-card-game

William Hessian and John "Sighless" Supinski have spent the last two months playing demo nights in every game store in greater Portland area, calling game stores across the country, e-mailing friends and family and posting everything on social media. Their goal was to raise $22,000 to print their brand new card and dice game PBL ROBOTS! This last week they had to turn up the volume on their effort and make a trip with 3 friends to New York City on a mission to play PBL ROBOTS with as many people as possible, in as many places as possible. The mission was a success as the trip generated over 6 thousand dollars in new donations on Kickstarter.

William and John started Hidden Ladder Games in Portland, Maine a year ago after deciding to develop the game and turn it into a real thing. William and John both belong to the Hidden Ladder Collective, a group of artists and musicians in Portland. This artist collective helped develop the game from the ground up, inventing characters, play testing and editing. Other local companies like Walker Film Productions helped create the game play video for the company. R Choice 2 Gaming in Portland, and Weekend Anime in Westbrook has hosted weekly demo events during the last two months and have been extremely supportive.

"The card game itself is a blend of Magic the Gathering, Risk and Settlers of Catan: only with giant Robots!" says William when explaining PBL ROBOTS. Each player own a giant robot and builds cards on top of the robot to upgrade armor and increase the power. Other cards like crew members, hangars and action cards help develop a strategy. The game typically begins with a draft, where each player selects which card will be in their deck and not long after battles begin and the dice start rolling. Blow off all 4 limbs of the opponent robot and you win the game. The game itself is traditionally a 2 player head to head game, but has over 12 different variations, some for younger players and faster games and others for multi-player, tournament modes and puzzle modes. "The game can be played so many diverse ways that it appeals to wide range of people and a wide range of play styles."

Each game has 113 cards and comes with a variety of dice, a rule book and two control panel cheat sheet are also in the game box. This gives you everything you need to learn and play the game. With only 48 Hours left on the Kickstarter the pair of game developers are gearing up to place a giant order of 5 thousand games and will start to ship and sell them as soon as they arrive! You can find their Kickstarter here: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robotcardgame/pbl-robots-dice-and-card-game

Tuesday, November 11, 2014

PBL ROBOT card & dice game on Kickstarter

Hidden Ladder Games launched PBL ROBOTS a collectible card game on Kickstarter! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robotcardgame/pbl-robots-dice-and-card-game
 Funding this project gets you a copy of the game and all kind of extra and bonuses at different levels. This robot card game has a neat stacking mechanic that is really fun and you even get to slide your pilot into your robot. You get to play fun cards like Distraction Teddy, Plasma Knife, and Soda Fats.
 Hopefully the campaign for PBL ROBOTS will hit the stretch goals so they can add extra dice and include some foil cards. The game company already has 5 expansions in the works that will continue development if the Kickstarter succeeds. Back this one today! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robotcardgame/pbl-robots-dice-and-card-game Especially if you like Magic the Gathering, Pokemon, YuGiOh, Gundam Wing, Risk, Munchkin, Poker, Killer Bunnies, Ascension or any other collectible card game.

Monday, July 14, 2014

ROBOT CARD & DICE GAME coming soon!

In August 2014 the KICKSTARTER will launch for PBL ROBOTS the card & dice strategy game for 2 players (alternate rules and expansions for multi-player is available.) Visit: Robot Card Game to follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook.

We are very excited to be launching this game soon!

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