Get paid $1,889 to play 20 hours of video games with your best friend
TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) — A company is seeking to pay a gaming duo $1,889 to play classic and modern versions of a video game.
All Home Connections, an authorized online sales agent of AT&T, celebrates the latest Sonic the Hedgehog 2 movie and the release of the Super Mario Bros. movie trailer, as well as the 30th anniversary of the release of the Sonic video game the Hedgehog 2.
The company is interested in seeing how classic video games compare to modern versions.
Interested duos can need to complete an online application and tell All Home Connections why they’re the best players for the job. Applicants may also submit a video response.
The selected pair will play 20 hours of one of the following classic and modern video game pairs:
- Super Mario Bros (1985) vs. Mario Odyssey (2017)
- Kirby’s Adventure (1993) vs. Kirby and the Forgotten Land (2022)
- Donkey Kong (1983) vs. Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze (2018)
- Sonic The Hedgehog (1991) vs. Sonic Frontiers (2022)
- Legend of Zelda (1986) vs. Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild (2017)
To complete the challenge, the pair will receive a Nintendo Switch, including the necessary games, a one-year subscription to Nintendo Switch Online, access to NES (classic video game plan), heart rate watches to measure which games the most frustrate or bloated and snacks and loot.
The two players will split the winnings of $1,889 after completing the challenge.
During the two weeks, the pair will have to complete 20 hours of play, they will have a task sheet where they will answer the following questions:
- Have you ever played classic video games (released before 2000)?
- Which was more difficult, classic or modern?
- Which was more fun, classic or modern?
- Nostalgia check: Are the classics as good/bad as expected?
- Which game increased your heart rate the most? The classic or modern game?
- Would you ever play classic games on your own in the future?
Applications close Nov. 18 at 12 p.m. MST and only one person per team should apply.