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$30 an hour playing video games

If you’ve never heard of Glen Anderson, then here’s the skinny.

Like you, he’s a video gamer. But he’s a gamer with a difference.

Because he discovered that he could actually get paid to play games (yes, really!).

So, he eventually quit his job and started to make his living simply playing video games – or, rather, testing brand new games before they are released to the general public.

That way the game creators know their games will perform properly under fire when the general public get their hands on them.

And, for this vital service, Glen got paid up to 30 bucks an hour! Sweet!

But Glen didn’t stop there, because he saw there were tons of video game makers that needed testers – which is where you’re set to cash in BIG TIME.

Because he’s forged strong links with all these top game creators (especially the biggest payers!) and set up a private website to put these guys in touch with guys like you who are smart enough to know that when they are playing the latest games – even before they hit Main Street – they are ALSO getting paid for doing it.

Online Video Game Tester Benefits:
No Boss, No Noisy Alarm Clocks, and Definitely No Schedules!
You make your own decisions. There are no unrealistic deadlines and nobody telling you how much to work. You get to decide how much you work, part-time, full-time or OVERTIME.

I was sceptical at first on how I could earn money playing games, but I thought I have nothing to lose as they have a 60 days money back guarantee. So after 24 hours of signing up I got my first job. I just followed the instructions on the site and answered the questions that came with the game that was sent to me.

Some of the questions were: What bugs did I encounter while playing the game? What level did the game slow down or freeze? I also filled up a survey and gave my opinions on how it can be a better game. After 7 days I got my first paycheck, and after just 2 months, I was able to buy my dream setup, a 50 inch plasma TV and a Bose 5.1 surround speakers!

So check this out, right now and take the $1 dollar test drive: HERE – you’ll be glad you did!

And here’s the best bit, you get to KEEP the games. So just imagine the reaction of your gaming buddies when they’ve paid big bucks to buy the game – and you tell them, not only did you play it weeks ago, it didn’t cost you a single red cent AND you actually got paid to play it. Here are the heads up again: CLICK HERE

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Violent Kids :: The other side of Video games
March 5, 2017
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Video games – something which the kids of modern times get glued on to. They spend long hours in front of computer, laptop, tablet or even smartphone to complete various levels of their favourite games. The parents on the other hand find it great that, their wards are busy playing video games, without even realizing the cruel reality that’s slowly developing in the kids’ mind.

To kids, virtual experiences feel very real, not only because the graphics today are so amazing, but because they are taking on a first-person role in the killing process. Rather than just passively watching a rated-R violent movie, when kids play a game, they are one of the main characters inside the adventure. The entire experience becomes a more meaningful — and deadly – in their brains, which are forming new connections every day.

Investigators and Researchers discovered that people who played a violent video game for three consecutive days showed increases in aggressive behavior and hostile expectations each day they played. They also found that those who played nonviolent games showed no meaningful changes in aggression or hostile expectations over that period. Kids mind is an imaginative world, where they believe most of it to be true. Foul languages, explicit stunts, violence used in the games make them feel that these all are part of their social life and they grow up with it to become an aggressive individual.

Playing violent video games are easily blamed by the media and some experts as the reason why some young people become violent or commit extreme anti-social behavior.  But many scientists and psychologists find that video games can actually have many benefits – the main one is making kids smart.  Video games may actually teach kids high-level thinking skills that they will need in the future.

The only way out, is parent’s intervention when the kids chose a particular video game to play. Parents might evaluate the content before letting their kids go ahead.

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