BUX, your moneygame

Introduction to BUX

Since money is important, why not have fun sharpening your moneygame? Playing BUX gives you the experience of controlling your own economic performance. In other words, you're using your best money-handling abilities to make more money– against real economic forces. So, how successful can you be? The answer is in how you play this game.

You're in fair, free-market competition that challenges your thinking and non-cognitive skills, related to success. If you're a little short on economic skills, that's ok. You'll get better.

"It's the best of all my favorite games," says journalist, Cami J.
"What kind of a game is this that has my six-year old asking me financial strategy questions that I can't answer?" Asked Kate D.
"What game is that that has ___ so interested?" Asked a teacher. "He can't sit still for 5 minutes in my class."
"...poker on steroids..." professor of game theory wishing to be anonymous

Early observations suggest that mastering this game is fun, challenging and relates to increased economic self-awareness, self-productivity and an increased possibility of material success. Appealing to those as young as ten, this all-age game requires your full attention and best strategies to be a consistent winner.

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