Welcome to my Chip Master app review.
Some app developers push their apps by making several adverts.
In particular, this one wanted to get the message out on how you can make easy money playing their game.
Now right now, you can find three or four different ads, all for this chip-themed earning game.
What the people behind this game are saying is users can get paid by combining chips.
It’s supposed to be a cool little brain training game, however, is this game only going to frustrate people by not letting them earn money as they make out to do.
Do you want to know if it pays, whether you will get the money you have earned, and if it’s all legit?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, this post would be highly relevant.
Chip Master App Review Summary
- Owner: Win Win easygame2020
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Chip Master?
While Chip Master is described as a brain training game where you match chips of the same color together.
But really, it’s just a merge game, where your tapping to merge chips.
It is definitely not challenging, and it’s an easy game to get the hang of.
This game has been in the picture recently because the developer called Win-Win Easygame 2020 has come up with two money-making games in the past couple of weeks.
Both of which the company is pushing heavily at the moment, and as a result, is driving thousands of people to download the games.
How Does It Work?
There isn’t much special with Chip Master. It’s simply a merge game that anyone could play.
Its a lot like some other merging games I have checked out in the past, including:
Those mentioned above are examples of this type of game and those that don’t payout.
So if you have tried any of those games before this one, expect the same tactics to be used and a lot of frustration again with this one.
Now how this one works is you have one empty table which you will fill up with chips.
The game is casino themed hence the name, so making money does fit well with this one.
These chips go from 1 to 5, and for each number, there is a color for it.
So for the 1’s, they are red, the 2’s are green, and so on.
The idea is to place three chips of the same color together before placing a 4th on them, so they all merge.
It’s a fairly fast-paced game once you get the hang of it. However, the interruption of adverts can be annoying since they are frequent.
How Exactly Do You Earn Cash?
The short answer is that there isn’t a way to earn withdrawable cash.
However, there is though a way of making virtual cash.
Basically, the developers trick people into thinking they are actually earning but in reality there not.
Now there are two clear ways to get this virtual money, plus another feature that gives you puzzle pieces to unlock virtual rewards.
Starting with the cash, you can get it by merging chips or by clicking on a floating umbrella that constantly floats on your screen in between games.
Merging chips in groups of more than three won’t give you money each time.
However, after I would say 3/4 moves, you get cash bonuses.
These can seem excessive and often in the region of $30+.
But it’s important to know they are just numbers and nothing more than that.
The exact same goes with the other feature, which is collecting the umbrella rewards.
Clicking on it will prompt four chests to appear.
Before you collect them, you will be shown what’s behind them before they are all randomized.
Behind them are virtual Amazon vouchers and cash.
To get them, you need to watch a video for each chest.
What You Need To Know About
1. Copy Cat
It’s a new developer that looks to be cashing in on the latest craze.
However, I found a few things within the game that sparked alarm bells.
That is because there were aspects that were exactly the same as those used by other app developers.
Now for me, it’s one of two things.
Either the people at Win-Win Easygame2020 have coincidently used the same pop-ups and buttons as other developers.
Or all these seemingly different developers are actually all in on this and have connections to each other.
The reason I bring this up is aside from the game itself, which looks to be the only unique aspect, as everything just seems copied.
It won’t be too much of a problem if people are getting paid regardless.
But the games I am being reminded of when I play Chip Master are ones that don’t pay out.
So if you have a game where you have the same balloon going across the screen, the exact same reward notifications, and icons designed just like other games, it’s a big red flag.
One thing is for sure if you decide to get involved with this game, do not expect to get money as easy as they make out you can.
If anything, I would not expect to get paid at all.
2. Payment One After Another
If you want to know why games like this one get a bad rep straight off the gun.
Well, it all lies within the adverts they make.
They create these 30-second adverts, which are jam-packed with a load of false misleading.
If I wanted to dissect just one of these adverts, I could write for ages, as there are so many issues with the claims they make.
However, in this section, I will brief and just show you one screenshot I took from the Chip Master advert.
As you can see, the picture shows an account of PayPal, which doesn’t look real with three payments of $100 being sent to them by the app.
It is clearly photoshopped because if you were to get paid by the game, it wouldn’t show the game’s name but the developers instead.
But the problem with this advert is that’s implying that if you download Chip Master, you will get this recurrent payout just like shown.
You can even see at the bottom it says you can get a $100 prize bonus.
However, that is also something to disregard as it’s not true plus every advert for almost all the games I have reviewed makes the same claim.
This is just one example of the false advertising they do.
Chip Master and its developers use the same overused tactics to bait their users into thinking they have struck lucky.
There isn’t much to like, from the clearly fake screenshots in their adverts to the copied aspects within the game itself.
Now while I can tell what games are legit off just one glance most of the time, not everybody does.
That is why games like this go viral quickly because people genuinely believe they will get paid lots to do nothing effectively.
I don’t recommend this game to anyone, however, ultimately, that is my opinion, and if you want to go for it and chance your luck with this game, it is up to you.
What I do recommend are paying and legitimate opportunities, and speaking of them I have made several lists where I have named all the ones I have been paid using.
Thanks for reading my Chip Master app review!
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