Cube Smash is a game that promises real cashouts and an opportunity for you to earn cash.
That’s the claim I saw them making from the advert.
It’s one I have seen a lot in fact.
However, it looks doubtful especially from first glance that this will come through.
Now you have likely found this review because you are in search of some answers.
Which is expected, after all these games all say they will pay you, but when push comes to shove it seems unlikely.
So you want to know if this game will pay you or if it’s just going to waste more of your time.
Today’s post sees us look at the game, the people behind it, plus I will be answering the questions on your minds with the payout situation.
Cube Smash App Review Summary
- Owner: HyperPlay
- What Are They?: Box Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Cube Smash?
So Cube Smash is a block merging game where not only can you play for fun but also to earn cash.
I do stress this early on, that the money games like this one are only giving out virtual money.
So as a result this game isn’t likely to give out anything to any of their users.
The reason they made their advert with the claims that you can get real cashouts, is to get as many people using the app as possible.
With that said this game is the first I have covered by developer HyperPlay.
Despite being new to their games, I found similarities to other apps made by different developers.
Cube Smash features a lot of vibrant colors, bubble writing and of course the PayPal balance at the top, which is used to trick people into thinking that the money they make will be sent straight to their account.
Games I have reviewed that are similar include:
The objective of each game has been changed each time.
However, how the game works are very much the same.
As I mentioned the aspect of fooling users into believing they are working towards cash amounts, stays consistent through each one.
How Does Cube Smash Work?
Cube Smash adopts the same concept as a game I reviewed months back called Neon Cubes 2048.
Where this one is different is it features dice with numbers on the face instead of dots, which you would associate with a dice.
How this game works, is you flick colored dice from one side of a table to the other.
You are aiming to connect colors with each other.
Here is an example:
There above you can see the opening gameplay, that is presented to every new player.
You are shown a few of each numbered dice, the one you start with is a number 2 dice.
If I flick that forward, it will hit the two closest to me, then bounce on to the 8 behind it before finally hitting the 8 at the back to make a 16.
To play, you need to drag the dice left and right.
When you have got the aim aligned up, you release your finger off the dice and it will fire off.
How Do You Make Money?
The game is a bit of a slow-burner to begin with.
That is because it requires you to make several moves before you see your first cash.
From my experience games either give you a bonus when you start up the game, or when you make just one move.
They tend to give you what looks like easy money, and the amount they give you is never justifed.
However with Cube Smash you don’t see cash until you have completed level 1.
Despite what I have said it is still easy to complete, and you get $10.50 when you finish it.
Above is my balance after I completed one level, this will go up the more levels I go on to complete.
To move to the next level you need to fill up the progress bar, which is directly below your current level.
How Does Cube Smash Pay Out?
Now while $10 a level to begin with, is all well and good, it is no use if you can’t withdraw it.
The app developers for this game have put a $300 threshold in place.
You, therefore, need that amount for the cash-out button to become visible.
As shown predominantly through the app, the cashout method is PayPal.
But to say that you will get paid when you meet the conditions would not be telling you straight.
Since I doubt the developers are going to actually pay $300 to every user.
Will Cube Smash Let You Withdraw?
When you download a game like Cube Smash you are instantly drawn in.
If it’s not the advert or the several PayPal icons that are shown, it’s the look of the game.
It looks like a fun game, and to be fair it is one.
However, being sucked into playing this one isn’t good if your turning to this game to earn.
The developer will drag you through hours of its levels, while setting you up for disappointment.
How I know this is because the level rewards are all rigged.
With the threshold at $300, it means a lot of users will be able to accumulate a couple hundred dollars of virtual money.
But as soon as people reach $299 Cube Smash will likely holt you can give you cents sparingly.
When they hit this amount you will struggle to find the remaining amount needed.
Cube Smash is a game I have seen many times before.
It’s nice to play and even good on the eye when you first launch it up.
But what becomes certain especially the more you play, is that your odds of getting paid is so low.
It’s so low in fact that I wouldn’t recommend playing if you want this game to bring in an income for you.
Games just like this aren’t known for paying, and this one from what I have seen isn’t going to be the first one to do so.
I hope you found this Cube Smash app review helpful!
If you have any questions, do let me know 🙂