Today I have 2248 Chip Connect app review.
We both know that there are some great games on the app store.
Chances are you have found one and played it non stop for days.
However, for certain types of apps in the store, you can have a different experience altogether.
One where you feel trapped playing it because you feel owed something.
Now, these experiences can be tied to games like the one we will be talking about today.
This one is called 2248 Chip Connect, and it claims users can make a top dollar from playing it.
In fact, I have even seen videos of people playing and getting $1100 for each combo they make.
Is that true, though? Could your average joe play it for a day or two and actually be able to cash amounts like that out?
Find out the answer by reading this post to its conclusion, as trust me, there are a few other things you will want to know about them
Table of Contents
2248 Chip Connect App Review Summary
- Owner: Xfungames
- What Are They?: Merging Numbered Chips game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is 2248 Chip Connect?
At first, 2248 Chip Connect looks like this original mobile game brand new on the app store.
While the last part is true, as it was released in the past month, it’s actually a combination of two different games.
Firstly you have the 2248 part. This one is copying the concept of a puzzle game called ‘2048’ where you have to build up to that number, starting with number 2.
Different developers have all done their own take, but because the concept is so simple, most games end up looking like carbon copies of each other, including this one.
The second game which the owners have taken inspiration from is ‘merging’, another concept trendy in the app store among games in general.
As well as this, the developers have snuck in a trend that has been doing very well recently, being ‘chips’.
How Does It Work?
2248 Chip Connect app works in many ways. The main way is by fooling users into thinking lucrative amounts of money are on their way to them.
As I mentioned in the intro to this post, some people are playing this game and are receiving within the game four-figure amounts.
This is all by merging different chips from the grid you can see below:
To think that it goes through a developers mind to try and trick people into thinking that by opening up a game, they can make a full-time income is mindblowing.
But of how companies like XFungames portray their game, you can see why so many people believe it only to find themselves strung along for hours on end.
Now the game itself is so simple that anyone of any age could play it.
You are greeted with an 8×5 grid made of different casino chips, each with numbers on the face.
The number of the chip corresponds with its colour.
So for the 8 chips, they are a light blue, while the 512, which I managed to get from a few minutes of playing, is in red colour.
Very simply, though, what you do is drag ones of both the same colour and number to each other.
You will get for this are points that will fill up the progress bar, as you can see at the top.
There is also cash, but I will explain this in the upcoming section of this 2248 Chip Connect app review.
Attaining $1000+ Per Combo
Now the money aspect of all games like this type is ridiculous, not just this game.
The problem is that over the past few years, the developer has been pushing the boundary just that little further to see how much they can get away with.
At the start, with the first games to appear of this nature, you would get about $1 or $2 per level with a $100 threshold, which of course, is not justified even on a small scale like that.
However, even though I thought that wasn’t good at the time, you now have games giving you pop-ups saying you have just received $1000.
When all you did was merge two chips on a screen, which most likely a two-year-old could have done.
Why they do this, you may ask?
Well, it’s because they know they can get away with it.
The scary thing about it, we have no clue where the limit is.
I have seen some games offer 10’s iPhones, and even one offered a Tesla Car.
This means it is only a matter of time before we see 6 figures and maybe even houses, in return for playing simple games like this one.
How Do They Pay?
These games do give you plenty of shocks, and with 2248 Chip Connect, they aren’t short of them either.
When you make your way to the payment section side of the app, you will see withdrawal values that are essentially unheard of.
Right now, they have two methods that it looks like they support, including PayPal and Amazon.
However, to get paid, you must reach a threshold of $10,000 to get paid.
For some reason and because of how this game works, getting to this amount is somehow doable.
But it really shouldn’t be because it implies that by playing this game and getting that figure, you will be able to withdraw.
Now, if everything I have relayed to you still has you believing that this game will pay you, I don’t know what else to say.
Has this game makes it abundantly clear not only how the owners are treating it as a joke but that they are also not rewarding people too.
2248 Chip Connect is full of red flags, and being someone who reviews games like this daily, it’s easy to see that this one isn’t what it’s made out to be.
What mainly confirms everything for me is the minimum threshold which is stupidly high, and the payouts as you play.
Nowhere in the world could you make $1000 in a minute by doing something as easy as playing a game.
For the company behind it to actually pay you and still benefit, they would need to be pulling in serious numbers.
But even then, despite you may be watching an ad or two, the money that they give you is just not justified at all.
You probably learnt over the course of this post that this app is really no good, but to make it clear, I do not recommend them at all.
Instead, what I do suggest is these apps I recommend myself. Not only are they established, but you actually get paid for your time.
Which for me, is very important, as no one likes their time wasted, like these developers do with thousands of people.
I hope you enjoyed this 2248 Chip Connect app review.
By all means, check out the recommended apps I linked to above and if you do have any questions feel free to drop them down below 🙂