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This photo, taken on October 26, 2020, shows the logo of the American social network Twitter displayed on the screen of a smartphone and a tablet in Toulouse, southern France.
According to a Social Media Today news report, the giant social media platform, Twitter, has been going on for days before its apparently new owner, Elon Musk, takes over.
Besides the new look, the folks at Twitter must have thought that the beautiful new interface isn’t enough to explain the update to its users. For example, the social media giant introduced its very first web game.
To be clear, Twitter is not venturing into the lucrative world of gaming. It’s still true to its original form – a social media platform, which some aptly refer to as a microblogging service.
It is worth noting that it introduced its interactive web game only to make it easier for its users to understand all the privacy stuff that the app offers. It can be a complicated subject for some and boring for most people.
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In this photo illustration, a phone screen shows the Twitter logo in the background of a Twitter page, in Washington, DC, on April 26, 2022.
As such, the social media company said it used “clear language” and ditched all that uninteresting legal jargon.
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Twitter’s Data Dash game
Aside from the less “legal” writing and site redesign, Twitter went a step further and even developed a game for its updated policies.
The interactive educational games are there to explain the different parts of its new policy through 2D animation.
According to a recent report from Gizmodo, the Twitter game certainly looks “cute”, but it’s also annoyingly buggy.
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