From the inventor of the concept of social networthing, Jenny Q. Ta, CEO and founder of Sqeeqee, comes a new multi-player interactive game, Squiggy Piggy, that combines all the addictive elements of Flappy Bird and Candy Crush with the unique and ahead-of-is time monetizing model of Ta’s Sqeeqee platform.
In case you haven’t heard about Sqeeqee, it’s a platform where you can do everything you already do on social media in one place, and earn $QBucks while you do it. The $Q Bucks currency can be cashed in for PayPal payouts in increments of $10, to be used to buy stuff, donate to charity, give to a crowdfunding campaign or otherwise spent however you want.
For anyone who has ever dreamed of playing video games all day and getting paid for it, Squiggy Piggy sounds pretty appealing. Of course you actually would have to play all day long to earn a living this way, but really the game is about having fun, challenging yourself and play to win something of value.
If your goal is to make your first million, perhaps you can take a lesson in the life of this game app developer. Her personal story of escaping from Vietnam during the war as a child, being raised on welfare and then becoming a self-made millionaire by the age of 27 is pretty inspiring.
Ta recently entered the tech scene with Sqeeqee, and Squiggy Piggy is her first foray into the game world. Before becoming a tech entrepreneur, she spent more than 18 years on Wall Street where she owned two brokerages and honed her skills at making bold analysis, predictions, and forecasts of market trends that earned her a place as major player among the stock market’s big boys.
For anyone who might wonder why Ta is shifting gears into gaming and trying her hand at something entirely different, you can look to her past for the answer. Ta has often been a woman of many “firsts” — first female minority to found two brokerages, first to coin and trademark “social networthing,” and first with the vision of making social media habits profitable for the users. With this in mind, this first game is sure to be just the beginning.
As for the game itself, its simplicity is its beauty. The initial version of Squiggy Piggy players control a flying pig while trying to dodge fire and ice balls as they collect as many gold and silver coins, and bullions as possible. Players can set the difficulty level of the game (easy, medium or hard) to give their Squiggy Piggy an additional challenge.
The game can be played online, or downloaded on iOS and Android smartphones and tablets. The game can be accessed on Sqeeqee, though you do not have to be a SqeeQee user to download and play the game.
Ta has plans to further evolve the game by adding additional in-app purchase options, as well as more ways users can earn $Q Bucks from Sqeeqee’s social networthing platform. So not only will you be able to earn by playing, you can earn again by sharing your enthusiasm for the game with your social network. And that’s worth something.