Welcome to my Block Go app review.
The latest of the making money games to come my way is a block-based one called Block Go.
Block Go seems to have an array of opportunities for users to pick up money by playing a fun game.
It’s not only money that these developers lead people into believing they will get, with iPhones featured on the app too.
However, not all meets the eye with this game, and there is a lot more to it than the easy cash that seems to be in your grasp at first glance.
This is the third game I have reviewed by these developers, and with each of the apps I looked at by them, I have found notable problems with them.
Now the question is whether Block Go breaks the mold or is it a useless game that will waste your time?
Here in this post, I have all the answers you’re looking for and will be explaining to you why not everything is as clear cut.
Table of Contents
Block Go App Review Summary
- Owner: Luckytaskt
- What Are They?: Block Blasting Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Block Go?
Block Go may look like a new block blasting game. However, this is a game more than familiar to me.
That is not because I have played the game in the past, but because I haven’t with it being new, in fact.
However, I have reviewed the same game through the developer’s Luckytaskt other games.
That company mentioned there, which is Block Go’s owner, is releasing the same games on the store but just under different names.
Are The Claims Real?
How these games work is by selling you this idea that you will be able to cash in by playing their games.
For both of those games, the adverts were showing how you can win both money and iPhones.
However, this app isn’t one that will actually give you those things.
Instead, the developers are taking advantage of the fact they can make these claims and get away with them.
There isn’t any intention to payout. The apps are just set up so they can make tons of money through their ads.
Playing The Game
To play this game, you need to move blocks to clear lines.
When you clear lines, the game will reward you with virtual money.
The money is awarded when you destroy blocks with a PayPal icon on them.
Just as you can see in the screenshot below:
It’s a never-ending game with stages added in, so as you play and clear lines, the difficulty will ramp up.
How To Make Money?
As you pick up money, which will be presented as PayPal cards, it will give you a winning feeling.
Unlike other games where the money slowly goes down, you should see a steady flow or around $15 as you play.
This makes reaching the threshold of $200 doable.
As I mentioned in the last section, these amounts will come through by getting rid of the PayPal icons.
But you can also collect money by collecting chests. These will pop up on your screen.
They will appear on the right before moving left. Here is an image featuring one:
These chests contain the same amounts that you would get for playing the game.
How Do They Pay?
I expected that Block Go would be just like the other money-making games and not let me reach the threshold.
However, surprisingly this one doesn’t cap you or give you diminishing returns.
This means you can easily reach the threshold that is in place.
But despite getting through the first obstacle of just getting enough to redeem, it does appear that the game allows you to.
I tried to press the redeem button that is shown below multiple times, and nothing happened.
Now I know that even if something happened and the developer showed me some success message saying the redemption went through, I would not receive my money.
But the fact that the buttons aren’t working just shows how these games are focusing so much on earning ad revenue that they can’t even make their games look legit.
Carnival Season Event
You might have noticed from some of the images above that there is an iPhone 12 icon in the top left.
This icon is a link to their so-called Carnival Season event.
Now I am not sure what kind of an event it is since it is to do with Christmas, which is long gone.
But what this is all centered around is you winning iPhone 12’s.
Within this Block Go section, you can watch videos and collect sign-in bonuses that will give you puzzle pieces.
To redeem an iPhone 12, you need to collect 100 of these puzzle pieces.
Some puzzle pieces will carry bigger values than others, so you could get 10 whole pieces or get a tenth of a piece.
You can see how this could be a time-consuming process if you’re frequently getting a fraction of a piece instead of a full one.
This feature has become common in making money games as there is good earning potential with it.
It can be designed in a way where you can trick your users and string them along while letting them believe there getting closer to a brand new phone.
With Block Go, you shouldn’t expect to get paid, even with what they say in the advert and the PayPal money thrown around in the game.
My experience with the game is the perfect example of what happens when you grind a game like this.
I somehow beat the odds to make it to the threshold.
However, there was no way the app was letting me redeem the money.
Right now, I should be annoyed about not getting my money since my balance shows $208.64.
However, I know that games like this aren’t even legitimate opportunities to earn.
In fact, the currencies are nothing more than gems or coins you collect in your favorite game.
It’s simply a number you build up that has no value.
The game looks like it will continue to give me $15 for every line I complete, so the amount I could get within the app is unlimited.
However, it is still worthless.
It could be $1, or it could be $10,000 ultimately, it is not owed to me, and I am okay with that.
But now that I have shared my experience, I urge you not to go through this for your own sake.
By all means, you can play Block Go because you like the concept of the game, but don’t expect to get paid or go into it to make money.
With the times we are facing, there is nothing worse than games like this misleading masses of people into thinking they will get rich.
I’m not too fond of the fact that these games have no intention to payout.
However, because of the ads, the users of the games aren’t to know this.
This is why I want to present you with some decent opportunities to earn.
I know for some of you, you may be eager to make some money, so right here I have a list of great games I use to get paid.
Feel free to give them a go, and then let me know how you get on by commenting on your experiences with them in the comments sections of those posts!
That brings me to the end of this Block Go app review! I hope this app potentially saved you from getting stressed over not getting paid.
I know it’s not nice to find out a game is not genuine after spending hours playing it.
But at the very least, you know now and therefore don’t need to carry on wasting your time with it.
If you have a question or two for me that I have not addressed, you are welcome to leave them in the comments below 🙂