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#2 Product of the DayDecember 31, 2015
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By the way here's an invite code good for the first 1000 people to join: L3Z17C
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@blader omg πŸ™‰πŸ’₯πŸ”«
Hi @blader I want to start using the App πŸ˜„ is possible receive another code? Pleaseeee
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@rrhoover The marketing team is doing great!
Stolen is one of the funnest games/social apps/Twitter-thing I've experienced in a while. Give yourself an hour when you first log in -- it's addicting πŸ˜… Was great seeing the product develop over the last few weeks, congrats in the launch @Blader and the @GetStolen team!
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@nivo0o0 thanks Niv!! FYI I'm about to get on a plane for the next 12 hours or so but i will hop on as soon as I can to answer everyone's questions!
Also our whole team has been added as makers, ask us anything!
@nivo0o0 Thanks Niv! Really glad to finally get some more people on Stolen 😊
This is surprisingly fun and a good use of Twitter, wonder if there will be a FB version sometime.
@nivo0o0 @blader @GetStolen This is super addictive, and I've been waiting to hop on board this train since I saw the PH team members playing with it over the last few weeks :) Setup is easy, and even though I'm not much into games generally, this is one I'm fairly sure will eat up a lot of my free time for the next month. Would love to see a Twitter desktop integration so I can play it there as well.
I've been on Stolen for a short while now. It's addictive and fun and kind of pointless. I'm very curious what the real replay value will be once it opens up to more users...
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@chrismessina - Initially I thought the same exact thing, especially when this type of game was launched on another social platform,, years ago. It's surprisingly pretty successful (Note I worked at Tagged years before this game was launched so I have no insider info, this is based purely on watching the products placement & engagement on my own account). Considering that Stolen's CEO, Siqi Chen, has Zynga in his experience portfolio, I think they've got a decent shot at making something out of this; probably not used by mainstream techies -- but there are markets for this that are willing to pay real cash for virtual coin.
Agree with almost everyone here. Very addictive. The physical mechanics of the UI are actually part of the addiction. The last time I was this addicted to a new app, was Secret. I just hope (and believe) that the Stolen team can manage their product direction better, and still keep it interesting when it's no longer "new"