Jailhouse Life RPG Facebook Application

October 24, 2009 by  
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You have been thrown into the state prison system, just another guest of the state. Unlike most around the block you’re innocent, but you’re still serving two consecutive double digit sentences… So you better learn what’s up and how to handle the new local politics.

Through yard trades, contraband smuggling and checking the other inmates you need to build your rep and cash to a level where you can still live comfortably. Just do what you can not to catch a green light from any of the cell block gangs…

Jailhouse Life on Facebook

Jailhouse Life on Facebook

A Jailhouse Life on MySpace story: by Convinced

October 24, 2009 by  
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MySpace, for me, had become a bit more addicting the day they added the applications. I started adding the apps that struck me with interest and getting a bit perturbed by friends whom sent 50 invites a day. I was getting bored with a lot of the apps I played so decided to delete the old ones and look through some of the ones available. I would never have guessed there were so many apps available (especially since it seemed I received the same app invites for 6 or 7 games hundreds of times). I searched through a few pages and found Jailhouse Life.

Jailhouse Life on MySpace

Ironic enough, my best friend was just thrown in jail for public intoxication when hadn’t been drinking!!!???!!! I added the app and started playing, spending most my time in jail or hospital as had no idea what I was doing. I had a lady most will know, Sin, whom at the time was VP of Solitary Confinement, that became very helpful in teaching me the basics of the game. Of course, I joined up with her and LT01 and the rest of the gang in Solitary Confinement.

As time passed, I learned a lot about the game and had built my stats up fairly well. I decided to start my own gang on Jailhouse Life… Phelpsco Warriors was born. I ended up recruiting some newer players but helped them as much as possible to bring up their stats. The gang, though now a thing of the past, was doing very well and I had met a lot of new people whom I still socialize with today. There came a point in my life where I was not able to continue playing at the pace needed to run this gang, so I had a little fun with it. I took everything in the armory and vault and split it between my players. I then declared on every gang in a fight to the death! Okay. I know that may not have been the best option as now I know i should have given up presidency to another member….but man was it fun!!!

About 6 months passed, I was able to rejoin at full force  to Jailhouse Life and I became part of Total Anarchy’s crew, though not sure how that actually came about. I never utilized the donator section so quickly fell behind in the game, although I kept my attacks strong. I met a lot of great people within TA as well but hit a rock in the road in “real life” so therefore wasn’t able to be online as much anymore…It became rough to be of much help for a game…looked as if MMRPG gaming was to become a thing of the past for me!

Jailhouse Life on MySpace

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