After coming across this bubble shooting game, I thought I would do a Bubble Perish app review.
This game is claiming that its users can cash in with PayPal and stacking up on various gifts and Amazon gift cards.
While the developers don’t make it look clear within the store, within the app, they have so many different rewards like listed above you can apparently get from eliminating different bubbles.
However, will completing 100’s of levels within this game help you earn money or just waste your precious time?
Over the last week, I have been testing out this game, and now I have the answers to the questions in this post.
Bubble Perish App Review Summary
- Owner: Flowerplasn
- What Are They?: Bubble Popping Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Bubble Perish?
As the name suggests, the Bubble Perish entails users shooting at different bubbles and removing them to get high scores.
If you look at the screenshots in the store, it looks nothing more than a bubble blasting game.
But a developer with a name like Flowerplasn and reports of different cool rewards being offered in-game, you can be sure that they are close to being like many other games that promise so much.
It’s a game where every time you complete a level, you receive cash rewards.
However, what games like this tend to do every time, is once you have accumulated the amounts of money you need to withdraw, they either stop you from doing so or just never pay you out.
As you will read in this post, there are some confusing but also weird aspects to this game, which from the get-go make you question whether you’re wasting your time.
How Does It Work?
Bubble Perish is a game that takes me back to childhood days, as it’s very similar to a game that is no longer around called ‘Beehive bedlam.’
Like that game, you would have the task of clearing coloured bubbles and removing them from the frame.
Now with this game, to play it, you simply shoot up bubbles to others of the same.
So as you can see below, I have started level 1 with two green bubbles.
I would then wait until the straight line is aiming towards the far left and fire to get rid of the cluster of green bubbles.
For the remainder of the level, you aim to do exactly this.
There will be times when you are given bubbles that aren’t the same colour as those at the bottom.
So this is where you have to think and strategically place ones in certain places.
Now Bubble Perish claim to have over 100+ levels , and for each one, you have 30 moves that you can make.
If you run out, you may be granted a further 5 moves, but you will need to restart the same level if you still fail to do so.
How To Make Money?
The money aspect is such a confusing aspect to explain with Bubble Perish.
While for some users, I can see people are accumulating $100’s within the game, others are just getting a few cents for every level they complete.
With this game, the situation with money seems to be slightly different and not as spammy as others I have tried.
So while some developers will literally throw money in your face, this one was only giving me a few cents per level.
For instance, for completing level 1, I got 2 cents, as you can see underneath.
From continuing to play, I then got a further 2 cents for successfully completing level 2.
Therefore it looks to be a case where you get cents for each level you do.
While for many users, I can imagine it isn’t what they want, however, it at least keeps things realistic.
Because if I can make $10 after hours of playing Bubble Perish, it would make sense for them to pay me.
However, as you will see in the upcoming section, the money side is weird.
How Do They Pay?
After playing a few levels of Bubble Perish, I was expecting to see a catalogue or store of rewards to redeem.
I never expect to cash out with any of the games I play, however for the purpose of the review and just for interest, I like to see how much work the developers put their users through.
As I went through the app, I found no link or button to the payout section.
I even tried clicking on the balances on the top of the game that normally takes you somewhere.
However, none of these work.
This leads to the conclusion that either certain users can access the payouts side or that game is having glitch issues.
The latter could be a reason since Bubble Perish has recently had an update to fix a bug.
Now I was able to find a list of the payouts out on the internet, which you can see in the image below:
‘Buggy’ Bubble Perish
From the second I downloaded it, I felt unsure of what actually to do.
While you can pick up cents from the levels, it’s not exactly clear for some users like me how much I need and what I can do with them.
So if I were using this game to earn money, I would never be confident in Bubble Merge that I would be working towards any rewards.
For me, it’s the bugs with this game that really put me off.
Normally it would be the amounts of money, but since these are so little, the chances of getting paid are higher than usual.
But with a potential bug stopping some users from either opening up the game or accessing all the rewards on offer, it would be silly to recommend them as a game to play.
While the game is entertaining and, for the first time in a while, had me completing a few levels, I still see it as a waste of time for those looking to earn.
It’s not clear that the app is actually paying or offering genuine ways for people to earn money, so for any of you looking to pick up some extra cash in your spare time, this shouldn’t be the first resort.
One thing that is clear is that users of Bubble Perish will be able to have fun progressing through the levels as there aren’t many adverts in play.
But again, of course, if you want to earn money, it would most likely be silly to play this game, as you could play for hours only not to be able to cash out.
I would much rather show you a selection of apps that have a record of paying out their users legitimately.
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Thanks for checking out my Bubble Perish app review.
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