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July 18, 2007

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» Chore Wars Makes Work Fun from Kotaku
Or at least that's the idea. Alice points out that web-based game Chore Wars allows you to claim your housework for experience points. Finally, you can claim experience points for housework. Recruit a party of adventurers from your household... [Read More]

» Oddities: Chore Wars Makes Work Fun from Gaming news
Or at least thats the idea. Alice points out that web-based game Chore Wars allows you to claim [Read More]

» Chore Wars from Antikewl Daily
Chore Wars: Before, you could only earn XP from slaying demons and surfing the web. Now you can earn XP by doing your chores. (via Wonderland) ... [Read More]

Comments

Tony Walsh

Predicted in the 2005 blog post "Massively Multiplayer Personal Productivity" by Steven Frank:

"I've never had a problem creating to-do lists and I definitely have the organization fetish. My biggest problem is to stop procrastinating and actually do the to-dos. What I need is an incentive!"

"So, clearly, what I need is a specialized PIM app, where each task can be assigned a certain number of experience points. Maybe if I, say, replace the furnace air filter, I get a chance at a certain amount of gold or silver."

Adrian Crook

Excellent! By the time my kids are old enough to have chores, this sort of game will be incredibly evolved and much more captivating - making my job as a parent way easier.

Hehe.

Angeli

hello! where do i find that game?!? so cool!

Tom

I would personally follow the link in the post that says Chore Wars. Bit too obvious for you is it?

preston

this game is realy cool how much people play it

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