The JumpTask team is further expanding the earning opportunities available on JumpTask. This time, the Games module is being added. In this module, users are invited to play games and get rewarded for their progress in them. That is, these are the offers that take multiple steps in order to be completed.
What is the Games module?
Whereas certain tasks in the Offerwalls module are short and not time-consuming on their own, the tasks based on games there tend to take a longer time to complete and have a time limit for their completion. Even though such tasks are higher paid, it also means more time spent in the game itself and more difficulty in completing the task.
The introduction of the Games module is meant to be a middle ground between high-paid offers that take a long time to complete and offers that take only a few minutes of your time. In the Games module, you would receive your reward for reaching a certain milestone in the task provided.
How does the Games module work?
To be more specific and to provide examples of how it would work, let’s assume that the initial task is reaching level 50 in a certain game. Upon reaching that level, you are rewarded with a certain amount of JMPT. That is the whole task.
Now, in the Games module, this task would be split into different sections with different levels of completion. Instead of it being one big task for you to reach the 50th level, it could be spread out into multiple different sections. That is, for example, you would receive a certain reward upon reaching level 10, then another reward for reaching level 25, and finally, the last reward upon reaching level 50.
How are Games module tasks different from casual offers?
It spreads out the time and effort required to complete the offer and get the promised reward. In a nutshell, the Games module tasks minimize the need for commitment to the task. This means that, for example, if during your initial time spent on some game you decide that you do not like it, you would be able to quit and still gain some JMPT.
If, for example, there was a requirement to reach level 10 on the first step of the offer, you can stop it right there without making the commitment to reach any further levels. This provides certain freedom in regards to your choices and how much time you could spend completing the offer.
How do I check my progress?
As these offers are progress-based, you will be able to see how you are doing on the JumpTask dashboard itself. A completion bar will be visible under each game that you choose to play. It would showcase how far or close you are to full completion. This will be a new feature that was not available previously.
Needless to say, this is just an example of how the Games section would work. The tasks themselves will differ depending on our partners’ needs. The bottom line, however, remains the same – tasks in the Games module are there to offer a chance to get some JMPT without having a great commitment or to simply save time and effort.