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Earning XP – Focus on The Bonus Play Game

Earning XP – Focus on The Bonus Play Game

Each time you get to spin the CTP Prize Wheel there are two red segments marked “bonus play” which are well worth landing upon.

If you are already familiar with the bonus play card then you are excused from reading the rest of this blog post and are free to get on with something else instead.

However there are always new people coming into the industry and into our community so it never does any harm to recap on some of the game elements that old-hands take for granted.

When you land on one of the bonus play segments then you have earned a chance to play the bonus play game. This brings up a game card containing 15 covered ‘nerd bonus’ squares. Uncovering a square will lead to one of either two options…a nice prize or a nasty troll.

If you win a prize, and we really hope you do, then you get to choose another square and this process will continue until you land on the troll. The troll is the only character within TimTech which does not want to you win and he immediately calls a halt to the game.

This can be a very good way to earn XP for your team.

I realized I had an unclaimed bonus play prize in my CTP Goodie Bag and decided to give it a play and this is what happened…

Prize Wheel Spins - playing the bonus round

I won seven prizes including four lots of 1,000 XP and two of 1oo XP before my luck ran out and the troll caught up with me.

CTP Prize Wheel spins - finding the troll on the bonus play game

I always enjoy landing on the bonus play segment because the bonus play game is very addictive – not knowing when that troll will turn up is a real fun element to the game. Check if you have any outstanding bonus play games in your Goodie Bag and see how much you can win before the troll gets you.

19 responses to “Earning XP – Focus on The Bonus Play Game”

  1. I love the bonus play game, it adds just that extra element of winnings

  2. Yes that is a good XP giver

  3. Sig says:

    its a nice and fun game indeed. And that Troll aint that scary…

    And truly looks more like a mutanted Dog then a Real Troll from the Norwegian woods and mountains… lol ๐Ÿ˜€

    Anyway try the game folks

  4. As luck would have it i just completed a Friendzy card and won a bonus play. 100XP and a troll…hmmm. hey 100 is better than nothing mean troll

  5. Kris Rogers says:

    Naughty troll but love the bonus round

  6. Karen Kuty says:

    I always play my bonus games–it is a quick way to get scads of XP.

  7. Marye says:

    Love the Game – Hate the Troll ๐Ÿ™‚ but it’s fun to see how far you can get before it shows up. Great way of earning XP

  8. Raj G says:


    wow! well explained…

    bonus cards are interesting…


  9. Patricia Dean says:

    Thanks for the information.

  10. Wendy Browning says:

    I love the bonus round

  11. Maya says:

    To be honest….I really think there should be less XP on the prize wheel to win.
    Before the XP wheel was introduced I never had the luck to land on such a chest.
    Since there are XP wheelspins in it it is difficult to land on other items.

    I just played the Wheelspin 20x and I have 12 XP wheelspins now. Seems a little too much.

    The bonus game was always there and is nice to play.

    But ss there life after Xp that is the question ๐Ÿ˜‰

  12. Cathrine says:

    I love the Bonus play, but I donยดt like the troll…..

  13. Howard Fullmer says:

    I love the bonus round and all games actually would be great to see a new game. I have this idea for a dart board game with all the ctp leaders pic instead of numbers and you can win xp and stuff for throwing darts at the leaders lol

  14. That damn Troll ๐Ÿ™‚

  15. steven schofield says:

    Love the bonus round completed once don’t like the troll.

  16. I love that and winning the xp wheel spins. both are a great way to get points

  17. Anne Bergman says:

    I love the bonus round but not the troll

  18. James Bain says:

    Bonus play is good but does not come around often enough

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