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ChumpDump.com – A Game For Twitter Users

ChumpDump.comThe name of the game shortly after Twitter came to town was following as many people as you could, and being followed by even more. Now, things have been reversed.

 

Well, that is the underlying impression one gets after taking a look at Chump Dump, a game that can be played by those who have either an iPhone or an Android. And such an impression is likewise strengthened by the general lack of new apps for following others en masse, and also by the absence of new services for buying followers.

As far as Chump Dump goes, the game challenges you to dump these followers that add nothing to your Twitter feed but the kind of clutter that those who object to Twitter always cite, IE (“clipping my nails”, “going 2 the toilet”…). By discarding these followers (and explaining why you did it) you are earning Karma points, and the more of these points that you accrue then the higher you will soar on the leaderboard that is provided on the site.

Chump Dump actually helps you decide who stays and who goes by picking a random follower from your list and showing how much he adds to Twitter through a series of charts. One follower will be highlighted like this each day, and whatever you decide (dump him or save him) you will have to give your reasons for doing it.

ChumpDump.com In Their Own Words

“ChumpDump is THE twitter unfollow game for iPhone and Android. Gameplay is simple, you have chumps in your friends list, they know it, we know it, you know it. ChumpDump wants to set you free! Earn some karma but weeding out the useless tweets in your daily firehose read on twitter. Odds are you have a few gems as well, those are people to save! The game rewards you for dumpin the chumps, saving those worthy of your time and most of all telling everyone why you dump and save.”

Why ChumpDump.com It Might Be A Killer

It will give you an excellent excuse to clean your Twitter account and tidy everything up for good.

Some Questions About ChumpDump.com

Will other mobiles be supported when the time comes? ChumpDump.com

Author : Roger Hollings

Born and bred in Maine, Roger is one of the longest-standing writers for KillerStartups.com. A translator by trade, he is passionate about art in all its forms. He enjoys both classic and contemporary literature, nature photography and music from both sides of the Atlantic. Fascinated by technology from an early age, he has always explored the ways in which computers let people articulate their thoughts and communicate better with the world at large.

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