I recently came across this game on my beloved Windows Phone called Make It Rain.
The gist of Make it Rain is that you try to get as much money as possible. That's it. You do this by dragging your finger across the wad of bills in a "Making it Rain" fashion. I'm not really sure how to describe this for my older readers. Maybe there is a YouTube clip out there.
Anyway...the game is rather addicting for something that really has no end goal. It's funny how monotony can be so enticing.
There is an ad for the game on YouTube. It's rather funny, but also has a sexual undertone. So, if you're easily offended (Mom), you may not want to watch.
As one who is not easily offended, I chuckled.
But, what I really wanted to point out was how, while this ad is clearly aiming for immature laughs...THIS IS ACTUALLY A LEGITIMATE PROBLEM WITH THIS GAME!!!
I realized this recently when I was waiting for the Microsoft bus to arrive. I am sitting in the Park and Ride, just chillin' like I normally do while I wait and playing some "Make it Rain." I look up to see if the bus was coming yet. It was not, but what I do see is the regular line of people who have gotten out of their car and are now waiting by where the bus stops. All of these people are staring at me sitting in my car, my phone on my lap, making it rain. Let me tell you...while the ad is making a big ol' joke, playing this game actually looks like what they are implying.
Buyer beware! Play this game in public at your own risk!!!
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