Welcome to my Cube Rotator 3D review.
When you try anything in life and it comes back as a success it makes you want to do it again, maybe make it better than before.
Now you may be thinking why am I saying this.
Why, well it’s because the game I will be reviewing today was made of the success of an almost identical one made a few months ago.
This game was a simple one that claimed users could make hundreds of dollars from sliding a small cube around a big cube, and this game is very similar to this one.
If not the same.
So what I want to do is address some of the questions asked about Cube Rotator.
On your mind, you may be wondering if it’s legit if they are real, and whether or not you will get paid.
Cube Rotator 3D Review Summary
- Owner: Rechard Dean
- What Are They?: Cube Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Cube Rotator?
Cube rotator is a game where you color in lines using squares.
It isn’t just a fun game but it’s also one that claims to be a lucrative source of income for its users.
Now funnily enough I have already reviewed a game that mirrors this one in Amazing Cube, which is made by the same developer Rechard Dean.
That game blew up immensely starting with 5k installs but quickly growing to over 1 million in a matter of months.
The popularity of the game was clear for me since I also had hundreds of people expressing their frustration for the app here on my site.
So when I saw this game in the app store and the fact it was made by the same people, it did leave me feeling skeptical towards them.
This game is growing already and it hit 100 thousand installs however so far there isn’t as much being said at the moment for the game.
Cube Puzzles = $200?
How I learn’t of Cube Rotators existence was through an advert very similar to how I came across Amazing Cube.
Now I can remember the last advert it showed some guy who seemed to be making lots of money through playing the game.
Even though while your watching these ads you know they aren’t real for some people can look quite believeable.
So moving on to the advert for today’s game this one had a user playing the game as normal, but for every level they moved past they were incredibly getting $200+.
That’s right you heard that, $200-300 just for completing one level of a game.
Now here is it so you can see it for yourself, it is just a screenshot:
It doesn’t take anyone special to work out what’s really going on here.
So first this is not correct of the actual game, if you could really get that money for going through levels not only would you be laughing but the company would be bankrupt.
The advert is just what it is, it’s too real for people to use Cube Rotator and watch the ads, this was exactly the case with Amazing Cube.
How Does Cube Rotator Work?
The advert shows the game as being quite fun but also very simple. I know plenty of people will download it off the basis that it offers money.
But one thing I can’t take away from the developers is the game does look good and without the earning opportunities its one that would likely have positive reviews on the store.
So what you have is a standard cube with lines that need filling in.
Here is what a level looks like:
So to complete these levels you need to guide the small cube around the big cube until everything is filled in.
Once you have filled it in, the lines will change color to indicate that sections have been completed.
How To Make Money With Cube Rotator?
Now while the advert is mostly false one part that is true is the fact that you get a bonus after each level.
You don’t get $200 though mind you, instead it’s more like $4 and that’s early on.
Here is one I got, for one of the first couples of levels:
This was just like Amazing Cube as they gave you the same amount of money to begin with.
4 dollars though and while it’s a big decrease from people’s expectations is still quite good, when you consider your swiping a cube around.
The only pity is that I highly doubt this one pays out, you could complete 8 levels for instance, and have maybe $40 in your balance.
But I highly doubt you will ever see it even if you reach the minimum threshold which I will get onto in a second.
The second way to quickly collect money is by playing through Cube Rotator as every few levels you will see a PayPal package flying on your screen.
If you tap it you will be able to get a reward, but to claim it you must watch a video.
Here is exactly what I am talking about here:
How Do They Pay?
I had so many comments for the previous Rechard Dean game that the amount of money people were getting stuck at became imprinted in my head.
Everyone was reaching the $199.80 mark, however, any level completed from there gave nothing back to them.
To some people, it felt like they were just playing a normal game.
So since this game has a minimum threshold I am expecting the same problem to occur as the fact that a number of games halt you when your only a handful of cents away from getting paid is a coincidence in my opinion
To find the payment section within Cube Rotator you need to click on the PayPal button where it shows your balance.
By clicking on it you will see the below image:
As you can see you need $200 before you can cash out. But do I think anyone will ever get that, the answer is no based of what I have witnessed from playing these types of games
Cube Rotator presents itself as a game that will help people earn hundreds of dollars from their game.
But as you can see the chances of anyone winning or cashing out is really low, since the developers in charge are making it impossible for users to do so.
Now to be honest I haven’t completed all the levels of this game, so I am yet to experience what other users are going through with the earning stopping all of a sudden.
But with all these reviews I am reading, I am finding the same problem highlighted over and over again in that they don’t payout.
To add insult to injury, these people don’t respond to their emails making it hard for anybody to question what’s going on, so if you do earn the required amount and don’t receive it, there is no one to question about it.
I hope you found this Cube Rotator 3D Review useful! If you have any comments do let me know in the comments below?