Chore Wars

Chore Wars lets players pick a name and a character, then form a “party” with the people they live with. Your character claims “experience points” for the housework you complete, which you’ll log so that you can gain XP for each task. This works for the office too, of course, because apparently ain’t nobody got time for dishes at work either.

The “adventure list” is where you can keep tabs on what chores need to be done. Then users respond and post when they’ve actually done it. You can also go on quests, which are bigger chores like an urgent cleaning of your kitchen. On quests, you can add incentives and make points and gold worth double the regular amount the sooner you complete them.

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