Perhaps you might find inspiration from a California man who shelled out $1 million for in-app purchases in Game of War. The only problem. They can afford their "it's like Game Of Thrones, but, somehow, even more sexual!" marketing because, as we write this, Game Of War is raking. Game of War players are spending a ton of money, but traditional console on in -app purchases, according to research firm Slice Intelligence. You think all those little charges sounded bad, you haven't seen them all added up. With the case of the boy from Belgium, the mother claims that she came to learn that her son was doing all the purchases only a few months later. But, Game Of War has no endgame beyond attacking opponents. Machine Zone They're really good at telling you how to refer your friends over Facebook, though. Facebook AI Invents Language That Humans Can't Understand: Every time you and your buddies team up and strike, you're wiping out hundreds, if not thousands, of your enemy's dollars. They're not testing your knowledge; they're testing your tolerance for bullshit -- except, you can make the smell go away with money. At this stage, you can spend five bucks to wipe the floor with anyone who's still playing for free. Click I Have iTunes to open it now. This is how they hook you. You're useless to your alliance until you rebuild, and what's money if it's keeping you from playing with your friends? It's sad to say but If you are new to the game and are thinking about starting to play, I would recommend spending your money on something else.