Wednesday, December 14, 2011

The Truth Behind the Mafia Wars Blueprint

The Mafia Wars Blueprint, the newest in a long line of recent game guide releases for Mafia Wars made its way to my desktop over the weekend and after giving it a read, I wanted to share my thoughts with everyone about how the newest in the current batch of game guides for the world's fastest growing social game turned out.

The Basics

The guide, very much like the other Mafia Wars guides, claims that it can help you learn how to be the better of the many, many mafia bosses out there. However, unlike a lot of those other guides, it doesn't waste time with very few details and a whole lot of common sense. There are some actually useful tips in this guide and that makes it a very appealing purchase for anyone who has ever spent more than 20 minutes trying to figure out what they were doing in Mafia Wars while their friends battered them senseless.

So, the early test was a positive one. But, how did the guide hold up upon further inspection? To my honest surprise, very well.

This guide is clearly written by someone who has spent a great deal of time mastering the art of building a mafia and dominating their opponents (something I am just becoming familiar with). They know exactly how to build a mafia family (and fast), and how to turn that family into the vehicle necessary to take down anyone that stands their way.

I've seen a lot of people make a lot of claims thus far with this game and to tell you the truth, they usually fall short, but Mafia Wars Blueprint really delivers.

The guide is about twice as long as the other ones on the market, is far more detailed in telling you exactly what you're supposed to be doing, and is updated regularly for anyone worried that they'll fall behind when Moscow hits the game.

So, if you're looking for a Mafia Wars guide, this should be the first (and last) one you check out. For what it promises, nothing else does better.  http://tinyurl.com/testgamer11



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