Have you come to this Amazing Cube review wanting to know if you can earn as much as $300?
Earning 100’s from playing a game like the name of this game sounds amazing. But how true is that and heck is it even possible?
From watching an advert for this game, it featured some guy playing the game and also flexing endless racks that seemed to earn from the game.
This game Amazing Cube is currently in early access, which means you can play it before its released.
If you have been playing it and wondering if you can earn rewards at the end of it, then this is the place for you as I will be disclosing what you need to know.
Let’s get into it.
Amazing Cube Review Summary
- Owner: Richard Dean
- What Are They?: Cube Game
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: N/A
- Recommended: No
What Is Amazing Cube?
Amazing Cube is a new game where users complete levels by rolling a cube and filling up squares.
For playing the game, you are offered incentives of earning cash that you can withdraw through PayPal.
Like I mentioned earlier, the advert showing off Amazing Cube featured someone taking out cash out of his bag that he had earned through playing the game.
It was a lot of money, which is likely going to raise everyone who has watched these videos expectations of getting paid out well.
Compared to other games I have reviewed on my site, this one is very new, with only 5k installs.
But what made me want to check it out is down to its ad but also the intriguing concept of the game.
The game itself was created by Rechard Dean, who has another game also in early access called Jelly Fit.
How Does Amazing Cube Work?
The game looked simple from the advert, and from playing it myself, it’s easy to grasp.
What you have is a 3d cube, and on top, you have a small cube.
To complete the game, you need to fill in all the grey squares using the Cube.
Here is an image of one of the levels so you can see what I mean:
You can do this by swiping your finger in the directions you want it to go across the screen.
It’s easy to grasp, and especially earlier on, the first few levels are quite easy.
For each level, you complete you have a PayPal reward waiting for you.
You can’t withdraw it just yet, as you need to earn $200 first.
So in the meantime, it will accumulate as you keep playing.
How To Make Money With Amazing Cube
For each level, you complete you will get a bonus.
Early on, this is around $4-$5; however, when you complete more levels down the line, this goes down.
When the screen shows the message that you have won, there are two options.
You can choose to watch a video, or you can press the lose it button.
This means you won’t have to watch an ad, but you lose that levels money.
How Do They Pay?
The cashout is $200 and requires you to earn that amount before you can withdraw for a payout via PayPal.
This one is a lot more than other apps with the maximum I have come across so far being a hundred dollars.
So with Amazing Cube, it may be a while before your even in a position to think about getting paid.
Now let’s move on to the next section of the Amazing Cube review.
Amazing Cube Advertising
The advertising of this app probably had a big role to play in the number of people who have played it so far.
Right here, I am going to talk about the ad, but first, let me show you a picture of it.
The advert for Amazing Cube consisted of two parts to it; it started with someone with a huge bag of money, lining it up in piles on the table.
It then moved on showing someone playing the game and collecting $529; as part of the ad, it said that all you need to do make that money as shown in the image above is play the game.
Now, of course, these games will protect themselves by saying in the terms that whether they pay is under there own discretion, but making it seem like you will definitely get paid in these ads is wrong.
For me, there is a fine line between ‘a chance of winning’ and ‘all you have to is download this app to get this money.’
What I Am A Fan Off
1. Original Game
Something you don’t often see with cash apps is creativity, and while yes, you see many Cube based games on the market, there aren’t too many which offer a cash reward.
Now saying that if it turns out they don’t payout, it makes that irrelevant, but considering nearly all the games I have tested have been either Idle, Puzzle or Scratchcard based, it does make a change.
From playing Amazing Cube, it is quite fun and satisfying, and even if you weren’t interested in making money, you would probably still enjoy the game.
2. Every Level As Ads
The use of ads does vary from game to game, and in this case, your shown them after your rewarded PayPal money.
It’s one of them because they’re giving you the money you have to watch an ad so that they are getting the revenue to payout.
The ironic part is that most of these apps, despite making shed loads of revenue from the advertising never payout, which is why I hardly ever see a payment proof unless it’s maybe a more well-known app such as Lucky Money, PlaySpot UK or MistPlay.
3. Not Amazing Just Yet
Since the app has only 5000 installs and is not yet been launched, I wouldn’t say they are amazing just yet.
Many apps like this one very rarely deliver, so until the game is live and people are getting paid, I wouldn’t get to excited about this one.
I recently reviewed Idle Playground and also Idle Bus 3D, both of which were in pre-launch, however so far. With the ability for people to earn open, nobody has brought any payment proofs to the table.
Its a case of let’s wait and see, but the likelihood is that they will follow in the same footsteps as other games like above.
There isn’t too much to go on for whether Amazing Cube is a scam or not, as they are still new and are in pre-launch.
But what there are is some question marks, this includes the crazy $200 minimum threshold.
This is something I haven’t seen before, and of course, being completely new and created by a developer with a short history does leave you skeptical.
What I did like is that its fun to play, so on just that, at the very least, you have a game to enjoy, but whether you will see hundreds of dollars like the adverts is very unlikely.
Do let me know by leaving a comment on whether or not this Amazing Cube review answered all your questions.
Have you played the game since it was launched? Have you managed to reach the $200 threshold?