Make sure to invite us along to your favorite holiday party, and share any of your horrific dare result photos on our Facebook page! And make sure to keep your eyes peeled for ghoulish goodies we are brewing up for the big day. 9/4/2012: Countdown To Halloween Halloween is our favorite holiday, and the perfect time for some wickedly fun games of Truth or Dare on Tordol.com!We'll be launching a terrifying and gross new list in honor of the season, including questions everyone fears and dares that will make your skin crawl (and your stomach turn).We'll be handing out free memberships like candy, all weekend, to the best submissions! You've been sending us some great pictures of your Tordol games, and we wanted you to know that we will feature some of you in our upcoming Google page!Also, as part of our summer promotion, help spread the word about Tordol and you can get a free Basic Lifteime membership! Click here to learn how to play Truth or Dare Online.If you are ready to play, click on preferences below to configure your game and get started! If you would like to add your own truth or dare questions to our site, please click here.Please keep them appropriate, we know how you guys are.;) We're also putting the finishing touches on some social integration, including a Facebook app that will let you "Dare and Share" your friends, with hilarious (or exciting) results. Tordol remains a free site, so please support our advertisers and consider subscribing for even more features. For those who keep asking about Bouncecam, here's the scoop: The HTML5 support for video needs just a bit more time to be perfect.
Pick randomly from a list of 1,000 random girl names!We've got a few more bugs to iron out, but we are committed to making our game super friendly for any platform (yes, you too Windows 8).We've also redesigned the Truth and Dare screens with new, easy to use Randomzier and Timer tools.The software can even build up a 3D model of your home, from which the hackers can inspect your rooms, potentially gleaning information about valuables in your home, calendar entries as well as spying on you.As long as the app could be installed on the users phone, it can instantly begin beaming back images from the phone when it senses the right conditions, and software on the other end can then re-construct maps of the visited room.'Remote burglars can thus "download" the physical space, study the environment carefully, and steal virtual objects from the environment (such as financial documents, information on computer monitors, and personally identifiable information).'The team offered various ways in which phone manufacturers could secure their systems, for instance making it impossible to disable the shutter sound on phones, so that a user will know if a picture is being taken.