Welcome to today’s Crazy Knifemaker app review.
Now, if you offered any mobile gamer some free rewards, they would bite your handoff.
While some players want to get better in some games fast.
Not everyone is willing to exchange their hard-earned money to achieve it.
This is why this game Crazy Knifemaker is soaring in popularity right now.
As they are claiming that by throwing virtual knives, you, as a user, can cash out rewards for your favourite game.
However, surely its not that easy, especially since what they are offering is free payouts.
Now, if you are searching for answers, then I recommend hearing what I have to say.
As some points I will bring up may shock you about this one.
Crazy KnifeMaker App Review Summary
- Owner: Merge Boast Games
- What Are They?: Virtual Knife Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Crazy Knifemaker?
Crazy Knifemaker, despite the name, is nothing more than a virtual knife throwing game.
I have seen hundreds of them over my time reviewing money-making games.
In fact, one of the first games to start this trend of playing for ridiculous prizes and cash was Knife Dash.
It used the same concept as this game I am covering today and was a sign of things to come over the next 12-18 months.
That app claimed that you could cash out whenever you wanted.
However, no one got paid.
It was a mystery at the time, but over the past months, it became obvious that these developers are trying to play their audiences.
Crazy Knifemaker, created by developer Merge Boat Games, seems to be just a revamped version with 500 thousand installs, albeit with different rewards.
But its the current viral trend of games like FreeFire has caused the hype to go through the roof.
This is the payout that seems to be on offer.
Everyone wants diamonds and in-app currencies for popular games like this.
So these developers are responding by creating fake opportunities for you to earn it.
Essentially taken advantage of the current hype right now.
However, the keyword above is ‘fake’ as none of the thousands who download games like this actually get paid.
How Does Crazy Knifemaker Work?
The concept of Crazy Knifemaker works like this.
You have a spinning circle and a set of virtual knives.
With the knives, you need to plant them on the revolving circle.
That can, by the way, move anti-clockwise and clockwise.
If you get them all on, without hitting any you have already put on, you get a level bonus.
This consists of pink diamonds.
Now you may be thinking, what is so special about these diamonds?
Well, they have an important use, which is for the payout section, as these can be used towards in-app purchases.
How Do They Pay?
Crazy Knifemaker may claim to payout users from the adverts.
However, despite how real they try and make it all look, there isn’t anything genuine about the rewards.
You see, in the payout section, they do have different games along with things you can redeem for them.
For instance, Free Fire which is the game everyone is playing right now is just one of the many rewards set to be on offer.
You have two sets of diamonds you can potentially cash out here.
There is 10000 for 10000 pink diamonds, plus you have 30000 in-game diamonds for 30000 pink diamonds.
Now with the way the app is being promoted, it seems like all you need to do is get the acquired amount and hit redeem.
What most users will find, though, is that when they meet the requirements and put in their request.
That nothing comes back to them or goes into their account.
This makes the payout section, from the amounts to the games shown, all a lie.
Now talking of other games that Crazy Knifemaker has, you’ve also got:
- Coin Master
- Clash Of Clans
- Mobile Legends
But in the end, it won’t matter which game you try and get currency for.
As you won’t receive it for any of them.
The last few months have seen a shift in trends, with games targeting in-app purchases rather than cash and even items like Teslas.
However, while I have seen apps that payout currency for your favourite games, I have become used to those that don’t.
This includes Crazy Knifemaker, which is designed in a way in which it makes paying out users impossible.
You see, whenever a game like this one, as thresholds too easy to meet, its one of the biggest red flags that will help you determine whether a game is legit or not.
While you would love to believe that some companies want to make it easy for people to earn free rewards.
The reality is that the company or developer needs to earn more than they are giving out.
So making rewards for games like Free Fire so easy to attain just speaks volumes and tells you that no money will be sent.
As with 500+ thousand installs, a number that will likely grow over the next few weeks, its just not doable for them to give out so much but get little in return.
That is my full Crazy Knifemaker app review.
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