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I think it really depends on the person. Absent any bonus cash going on, I can most rapidly earn money at Quizzy's, because I am good at trivia and am a fast reader and get 5KC for almost every question. On the other hand, I am horrible at games that involve fast mousework and quick clicking, so those are terrible games for me to earn money at. The exact opposite may be true for someone else.
The best idea is probably to play all the games a few times and see where your individual talents are.
Sometimes I don't want focus on what I am doing, so I will play a few of the arcade games that are fast paced enough to keep me from realizing how much time has passed.
If you are a Deluxe member you can play the new game Stardrops. I average over 100KC each game. The other thing I like about it is that there is no time limit, so if I need to walk away from the computer to do something then I can come back and continue playing. (I wish we could have a "pause" button for the games!)
I also make decent money playing Goober's Lab and Hungry Hog.
Good luck and I hope you make a lot of KC and have fun at the same time!
Nobody read my post!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am closing this thread!!!!!!!!! I do not mean to be rude but please read my post. I know the name of this thread is a bit misleading but only a few of you read the original post. I am very sorry how unspecific I was.
Last edited by demogorgon; 08-22-2010 at 11:28 AM.. Reason: sorry
Does anyone know how much kc you should get in 5 min for an arcade game to be a kc earning game? I really want to know! I cannot decide.
For a game to be kc earning? If I'm reading your question right, ALL the games are kc earning because they don't cost you anything to play. So say you played Hungry Hog for 5 minutes and made 10 kc. After you went and played Goober's Lab for 5 minutes and earned only 6 kc. BOTH games technically earned you kc.
General consensus is that Quizzy's is the fastest way to earn kc. If you choose to play arcade games instead, the game you should play is the one that you personally are best at. Like I would play Hungry Hog and Get Eleven Solitaire because they get ME the most money. Someone else might play Where's Wacky? or Skunksweeper because that game earns THEM more money.
Don't assume people didn't read your original post because their answer isn't what you wanted. Try wording the question clearer. Even I'm not 100% sure I answered you.
Well I think you should get at least 20 kc on average in five minutes to be a good kc earning game. Maybe 50 kc. But all of the games are kc earning games because you usually get more than 1 kc per game. Basically all the games get more than that.
If I play color storm for five minutes I earn around 50 kc. If I play go go googles for 5 minutes I earn around 30 kc. If I play smoothie moves for five minutes I earn around 20 kc. I hope this helps!
Last edited by RubyRed9947; 08-22-2010 at 06:26 AM..
When I have 5 min. to kill and I want to make some fast kinzcash I usually play Get 11 solitaire. It isn't great paying like Zingos Pop, but you can make some good money fast. Some people just play Zingoz Pop for a few levels and then quit the game to earn some fast cash too.
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