Welcome to my Block Legend app review.
When an app says you can receive an iPhone 12 in under 10 days just by using their game, it is hard to ignore.
You may know that this phone costs a thousand dollars; however, this game is claiming you can get your hands on one in under two weeks despite the high cost.
I would love for that to be true and that you could get all these high ticket items easily by playing games.
However, when these games are so easily accessible plus have thousands of users, you can’t see how this can possibly be true and how someone could fund it.
I am really familiar with these types of apps since I have tried out so many of them, so I am used to many of the tactics they use.
One of these tactics being the lure of expensive items and cash as potential rewards to get as many people to play their game.
However, is anyone actually getting rewarded for playing this game, and are they legit?
I recommend that you read this post right to the end, as I will be informing you on how this game really works.
Table of Contents
Block Legend App Review Summary
- Owner: funnytaskt
- What Are They?: Block Puzzle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Block Legend?
Block Legend is your bog-standard puzzle game where you move blocks around to create lines.
It can be compared to classic games such as Tetris, as the gameplay is very similar, albeit on a lower budget.
Making comparisons to great games doesn’t do the big names any justice since a lot is going on with this game, which isn’t great.
It’s much more than a theme puzzled game since they claim to pay people big sums of money.
The company behind it all is responsible for Merge Emoji and Block Go, called funnytaskst.
So far, they have built a reputation for making crazy claims of amounts that they say they are paying out.
This includes promising users high four-figure amounts.
How Does Block Legend Work?
Block Legend is essentially the same as funnytaskst other games, with the notable difference being the name.
It’s, like I said, a block puzzle game that is just like Tetris.
What you need to do is fill in the gaps, so it makes a line.
You can do this by dragging blocks left and right so that they slot in the gaps.
A line will vanish 0nce it is filled.
To stop the game from being too easy, the blocks will move up a line for each move.
If you run out of space, it will be game over.
You will need to either reset by using a heart or by watching an ad.
Now, as you play, you will get gems and points.
You can also get chests that hover within levels.
However, if you are offered any extra bonuses, it will require you to watch a video.
Is There Any Money To Be Made?
What I didn’t get after installing and opening Block Legend is the absence of earning opportunities.
It is clear that people are picking up virtual money within the game, as not only have I seen feedback backing it up, but the developer’s other games all came with them.
Merge Emoji, for instance, gave out a small amount of cash when you completed a move.
However, in the version of Block Legend I have, there isn’t a way to earn.
It just appears as a normal game.
Now from playing the game, I wasn’t able to earn any cash. Instead, I was only able to get gems.
I also saw no sign of the iPhones that seemed a given from the adverts.
How Do You Cash Out?
From my research, I found that the minimum threshold for this game is $200.
You should be able to cash out through PayPal once you’ve reached that amount.
But as I am about to discuss, it is unlikely that the company will have the funds to pay you out.
Are Users Really Being Sent iPhones?
What gets people interested in Block Legend really has nothing to do with the game itself.
It’s all because of big items that they claim their users can get.
If someone is offered an item worth thousands, they will snap it up, especially if minimum work is required to get it.
However, unfortunately, what not everyone realizes before even bothering to play these games is how ridiculous the claims are.
Now the advert I am going to show to you is the one that is currently surfacing.
There are a few Block Legend adverts out there. However, this seems to be the main one:
Just as it states, you can apparently get an iPhone 12 in just 10 days of playing it.
What makes this claim silly is the fact that this app already has 100 thousand installs.
This means thousands of people are playing this game, hoping to get this item within two weeks.
Just like how it says in the advert.
Too Much Money?
However, what a lot of people don’t realize is that because of users playing Block Legend, it makes a claim hard to believe.
If the game were genuinely paying out to everybody, it would mean the developers would be forking out upwards of $100,000,0o0.
App developers do make a lot of money, that’s for sure, thanks to the advertising business model.
But one thing is for sure: they aren’t making enough to give an amount as big as that back.
Block Legend maybe claiming to give away all these nice items, but they are only one of many games that use this tactic.
There are games with even more users, even into the multi-millions, doing the same thing.
Puppy Town is an example of one.
They soared to 50 million installs late last year by offering iPhones and big cash rewards.
But despite they having these on offer, no proof came forward.
So basically, what I am getting at here is that no one is really getting anything.
It’s only the developers who are cashing in since they get the ad revenue and don’t actually give back.
Block Legend is made by a developer that has made a few games now, all reaching many thousands of installs.
However, despite the hype, popularity, and not forgetting all the Apple devices they claim to give out, not a single person, as I suspected, is showing proof of being paid out.
This might not be what you want to hear, but the truth is that what games like this one are offering is all lies. There aren’t any iPhones, and they’re certainly isn’t $100’s.
I would advise against anyone playing the game, as your set to squander a lot of your time.
Time that could be put into genuine opportunities to earn money.
I hope you learned a thing or two about this game from this Block Legend app review!
As always, if you have any questions that I have failed to answer, then make sure to shoot them in the comments below 🙂