Twitter is an excellent platform to connect people on a deeper, subtle level. Its concept of countless short connections and messages opened the door for a new type of strategy games to emerge.
We have compiled a list of 5 of the most popular strategy games that use Twitter as their communication layer. All of the games below share the same concept; they have their own portal that has all the games’ features, and they have their Twitter side where you have to recruit people on Twitter in order to grow stronger and advance in the game.
The games can be really fun and addictive, but you have to be careful not to annoy your followers with many game-related tweets.
Spymaster (@playspymaster) is a social game that is based on Twitter. You become a master of a spy ring based upon followers in your network. The more followers you have who are playing, the more powerful you will become. As a spymaster, you perform tasks or attack other spymasters to gain virtual currency and points, and grow stronger as you move ahead within the game.
140blood (@140blood) is a new Twitter-based multi-player fantasy game. It gives you the option of choosing amongst 4 different adventures: Elven Blood, Blood Lust, Skies of Blood, and City of Blood. All adventures play the same but differ in the atmosphere and storyline.
140Army (@lolplaying) allows you to build a strong army to defend your nation. The game is set in the beginning of the 21st century where the world is an unsafe place; economic crisis, terrorism, and war have ravaged countries around the globe. What can you do?
Ninja Clash (@lolplaying) allows you to play as a Clan leader to rule the world of Ninja Clash. You have to expand your clan with members that make up your army. You have to arm your members with weapons, so they are stronger in battles, and you also have to purchase properties (farms, buildings) and perform Ninja missions to expand your income.
Which one is your favorite? Do you play other games on Twitter? Let us know what you think of Twitter strategy games in the comment section.