Welcome to my 2048 Cube Winner app review.
For the game I will be talking about today, they are one made by developers called ‘flowerplasn’, of which I have covered other games from them on this site.
This is why I am surprised it has taken me so long to catch on to this new game.
Has this one accumulated millions of installs in a matter of weeks, all while claiming to pay out some nice rewards to its users?
Despite having the same owners, I found a few things different with the approach of this game.
That includes how the owners are seemingly paying out and the contrasting payout sources they seem to support.
I know what you are thinking right now, that is, do they allow you to earn money, and can you make lots of money by rolling numbered cubes.
The best way for you to find out is by reading this full post to the end, as I will be explaining how it all works.
2048 Cube Winner Review Summary
- Owner: Flowerplasm
- What Are They?: Cube Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is 2048 Cube Winner?
2048 Cube Winner is described by owners as being a cool and fun game, where you combine different coloured cubes.
Within the about info section in the store, it also states that users can get rewards by moving these cubes.
This was interesting to read as the other game I reviewed by the owner’s Flowerplasm called Bubble Perish made the same claims over rewards.
However, I found myself in a position where I wasn’t able to cash out, but there seemed to be no record of anyone getting paid either.
From checking out 2048 Cube Winner, a lot of things seemed different, though.
Firstly the game itself has reached over 1 million installs.
There isn’t any date shown off when it was released due to it being in early access.
But has is the nature of these games, because of the hype and the rewards, the growth is exponential.
The other change I noticed was that you could not earn cash, gift cards, or even a cheeky iPhone has is always advertised with other games.
So despite similar themed and run apps like Neon Cubes 2048 and Bubble Merge 2048, you can only cash out for in-app purchases, which I will touch upon more later on in the post.
How Does 2048 Cube Winner Work?
How the game works is similar to those I linked to just above that I have reviewed in the past.
To start with, you have one longboard and a stack of numbers on the other end.
Just like what’s shown below:
You need to merge different numbers by firing towards one of the same values.
So if you have an 8, you aim for the 8. If you have a 4, you go for the 4 instead. You get the idea.
As you do this, they will merge up to the next multiple, enabling you to win both coins and gems.
Of which are two currencies that are sought after due to them being needed for withdrawals.
How Does 2048 Cube Winner Pay?
When I check out any new game with earning opportunities, I prepare myself for the usual cash amounts.
As every game works in the same fashion, you earn dollars in-game, cash them out and then ultimately wait months only to realise your not actually going to get anything.
But this one has only three rewards on offer, of which they might not appeal to all audiences.
They claim to give you the in-game currencies of Coin Master, Clash Of Clans and Free Fire.
Three games that, while very popular on the app store, won’t appeal to those who are more interesting in earning usable money.
How it works here is when you have earned the required amount of diamonds, you can request a payment.
To do so, you need to put the ID associated with your account in the box provided and submit it.
Generating Currencies Out Of Nothing
The developers of the 2048 Cube Winner app have certainly copied the concept from other developers.
However, they have experimented with a different payment system to catch mobile gamers of guard.
Now back in the day, there was a lot of hype around generators.
The idea with these is to put your details into some online generator to get in-game currency for that game.
So the promise was that by doing so, your account for that game would fill with some currency, whether that be coins, gems, diamonds, etc.
Of course, this all proved to be fake, but at the time, so many scammers were exploiting millions of gamers by creating these fake web pages.
So when I first opened up the 2048 Cube Winner, it reminded me of this.
When you go to press payout, you expect your account to be filled up with whatever currency you are after by the time you next log in.
However, it’s almost certain that it won’t happen, as no random dude could or will be able to do this.
This proves that this is all fake, and unfortunately for the millions of users who are hoping to receive their currencies, they won’t be doing so.
2048 Cube Winner has an owner behind it all who is clearly very clever, as not only have they picked up millions of installs in a close time.
But they also fool many people into thinking that an extra builders hut or the next town hall on Clash Of Clans is seconds away.
However, when it comes to earning any amount of money, it requires some effort and can’t just be done by throwing some coloured cube at another cube.
If it really worked like that, then app developers would struggle to run, as you would have all these players turning to games like this one to generate their currencies instead of actually paying for it.
So as you can see, just like with Bubble Perish, the other game I reviewed by the same people, this one looks to be fake and, therefore, a waste of your time.
If you do not want to throw away your time for nothing but still want to either earn money or rewards like in-app purchases legitimately, then check out these paying games here.
I hope this 2048 Cube Winner app review helped you out!
What do you think about this game? Have any comments or questions for me?
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I played it today It said me I will get ff diamonds in 3-5 days will I get it?