Welcome to my Dice Kings app review.
I was recently scrolling through the Twitter news feed when I saw a familiar name promoting a new game that is based around giving users rewards for playing.
This person was familiar because back a few years ago, he was the founder and creator of an app called Lucky Day.
Which quite simply changed the game on mobile.
Before then, we had all these apps that offered extra income through downloading applications and doing surveys.
But when this guy released this app that blew up, this new phenomenon of paid to play games rose considerably.
Now you would think this only a good thing.
However, when a good idea arises, many people try to exploit it, and that is why feel this owner of Lucky Day and the majority of games nowadays are doing.
In this post, we will be covering Dice Kings, and I will be taking you through what you need to know about them.
As put it this way, it’s not as innocent as the images you see in the store.
Dice Kings App Review Summary
- Owner: Joshua Javaheri
- What Are They?: Dice Money Making Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Dice Kings?
Dice Kings is the latest game to be made by Lucky Day Entertainment, which comes out of nowhere since they have concentrated solely on the growth of their main game Lucky Day.
It was announced on Twitter by Joshua Javaheri, the man behind it all, that a new game would be released.
This guy is a clever individual who saw a gap in the market a few years ago, to offer a ‘free’ for people to earn rewards.
Back in an interview, he did a few years ago, he said about how he wanted to brighten up peoples day’s and give people that winning feeling.
Now while this game blew up quite inevitably, the number of people getting lucky from them as been quite low.
I saw low because people and including me have received rewards from the games. So people do win from the games.
However, the questions lie on how many and how much they are getting.
Dice Kings was released last summer in June 2020, they have reached over 100 thousand installs.
But nowhere near the success of Lucky Day which is currently on 10 million.
How Does Dice Kings Work?
Now unlike Lucky Day where you are doing a few scratchers and some lotto, this game has a little more to it.
So the owners have picked up on the trends and have based this game quite obviously around Dices. At the start you get two dice which you roll down some alleyway in an attempt to break down obstacles like barrels.
Doing this will enable you to pick up rewards, which consists of coins and cash. Now the idea and to pick up the money you earn, you need to fill up ‘Atm Energy’.
Once you have done that, you will be taken to a Atm, which when you throw a dice at this Atm will start spinning and if it lands on the jackpot you can cash out whatever money you make.
How Do You Make Money?
What is interesting about Dice Kings is that they have a concept that is different to almost all other games I have seen up to now.
With the Atm aspect, it basically means that you need to land on ‘Jackpot’ to receive any money to your PayPal account.
So essentially your fortunes lie in this spin, which is where I am a bit suspicious of the game.
Like in the screenshot below, where not only can you see I have $16.96 in the ‘account’ but it says I must fill in the energy for a chance to win.
This means any funds I have aren’t mine and that I must win them, despite collecting them while playing the game.
It certainly is a bit misleading and I am sure there will be a lot of confusion among users of the game early on.
What You Need To Know About Dice Kings
1. Give You The Impression You Will Earn A Lot
In a number of my posts on this site, I have vented about how one of my first experiences with a money-making game included me putting a number of hours into it only to get nothing back.
This was with the other game Lucky Day, in which I got the impression that by playing the game, you will be able to get to the amount required to cash out.
What was required to withdraw was $10, and as you can tell, I never got paid, in fact, I got to $8 and was never able to convert to cash.
That was a while ago, and on this journey of reviewing money-making games, I have learnt a lot about them and I now know exactly how each of them works.
2. Very Few If Any Win
Moving back to Lucky Day I did get paid, but not through cash, it was through earning tokens and getting gift cards.
I racked up about 6 million coins and was able to get a $2 Amazon voucher, which they did keep true to their word and gave me through email.
It certainly wasn’t worth it, and I did put in a fair bit of time, which was mostly while watching TV on the sofa.
But what I couldn’t get my head around was the fact that you could withdraw tokens but not cash.
Well after a lot of research I found that there were many others in a similar boat to me.
They were getting so close to cashing out cash, often at $9.90, which is agonisingly close, but none were actually getting paid.
The only proof if you can call it that was the testimonials which you would find when opening the game.
But they all looked quite sus and let’s say hard to believe.
So all this brought me to the conclusion that despite how the owners say there are multiple winners daily, that it is very unlikely that you will win anything with Dice Kings.
I also wouldn’t be surprised with the paid testimonials if no one was getting paid at all, as it has been over 6 years since Josh created his first game, and I still haven’t seen real proof that someone legitimately as been paid.
Dice Kings has likely been in the works for a while now, however, the end product is fairly underwhelming.
Now their other game will have you for a second thinking you might be able to cash out.
This game is less convincing though as it all lies in you hitting the jackpot from a machine.
With games all being pre-determined, the drop rate is either 0.000001 per cent or impossible to land on.
It’s how all games work nowadays and they do this so that they can earn tidy sums of money from ads.
You can give Dice Kings ago though, as while the game isn’t my cup of tea I’m sure some will enjoy it and maybe the thrill of collecting money even though it can’t be withdrawn.
Just don’t go in with high expectations, because from my experiences playing any of Joshua Javaheri’s game’s you will most likely be very disappointed.
Thanks for reading this Dice Kings app review. I have tried to explain how it works while also using past experiences with the developers to give you of what is really going with apps like these.
Hopefully this has helped you and if you have further questions the comment section is always open to you 🙂