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WhoseTweet.com – A Game For Twitter Adepts

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WhoseTweet.comHow well do you know your tweeps? I mean, if you were given a list of tweets all mixed together and were asked to identify the ones who wrote them, would you be able to do it? If you think you could, or if you have no idea and just want to find that out, then this site is exactly what you need.

Self-described as “a fast-paced game for Twitter junkies”.

Whose Tweet? displays 20 tweets in random order, and at a rapid pace. It is up to you to identify who wrote each one, and once you have done that you can compare your performance with that of your friends, rib each other and figure out if that salient performance explains where your social life has gone.

In order to play this game, all you have to do is login using your Twitter username and password. If you feel you are up to the challenge just follow the link that is displayed below and see how much of a hardened twitterer you really are. Whether that is a good or bad thing is up to you, but knowledge is always power.

WhoseTweet.com In Their Own Words

“This is a fast-paced game for Twitter junkies. You will be shown 20 random Twitter messages, one at a time, and it will be up to you to click on the user that each one belongs to. When it’s over, you can compare your performance with your friends. Who knows their friends best? Let’s find out.”

Why WhoseTweet.com It Might Be A Killer

Those who are truly hooked on Twitter will have a good time. But it is not really something for casual users.

Some Questions About WhoseTweet.com

How could the game become more appealing? What about adding stages or letting the user have more control over the actual number of tweets that are displayed, or the speed at which they come up? WhoseTweet.com

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