Welcome to my Dice Master 3D review.
Recently I was looking through the app store, and after seeing that Shape Keeper had recently launched a new game, I thought I would check it out.
These developers are known for releasing games that trend on the app store, but they are also known for there outrageous claims and not paying out.
Have things changed with there newest game Dice Master or the many others I have reviewed will users be left frustrated once again.
So does this game reward its users or not? Make sure you read this post to the end to find out if they do.
Dice Master 3D Review Summary
- Owner: Shape Keeper
- What Are They?: Dice Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Dice Master 3D?
So Dice Master is a game where you roll a dice and move an item around a game board, picking up money while going around.
When I first heard of this game, I was surprised to hear they were from Shape Keeper, that’s because they tend to stick to the same game and create many versions of that game.
The game was launched on the Google Play Store just under three weeks ago on the 8th of September. So far, they have a score of 4.4 stars and a download count of 100k installs.
Now those three games I mentioned earlier that all plinko themed have all made it to 1 million installs, and one or two of the other games by Shape Keeper have made it too half a mil. So it’s expected that over time this number will increase a similar amount
How Does Dice Master 3D Work?
You can find the game on the store by either typing in the developer’s name or Dice Master 3D. At the moment, its only on the Google Play Store.
Now compared to the other games I have reviewed by Shape Keeper, this one looks the best on the eye.
Starting up the game, you are aren’t required to accept any permissions, nor is signing up required right away.
Now once you are in, you will see the game board I was on about, and at the bottom of the screen, you will see a big button showing a dice.
What you have to start with are 50 rolls of the dice. Each time you press it, the rice will roll in the middle of the screen.
When it lands on a number, an animal will move clockwise around the board that number.
The reason for this is there are green and yellow counters that you can pick up.
While not obvious at first, the green stands for dollars, and yellow is coins. Each of which is withdrawable.
How To Make Money With Dice Master 3D
You can make money through landing on the green counters
Other items you can land on and collect is the blue seven counters.
These will trigger a spin of the Fruit Jam.
If you match 777, you win $1000 on the spot, but more commonly, you will pick up little amounts of money.
But from looking at the reviews, it doesn’t look like anyone has won the jackpot.
Once you have earned $100 or 2 billion coins, you can cash them out for PayPal and Amazon rewards.
What You Need To Know About
1. Pre Determined Rolls
With games like this where you a rolling a dice, you would hope it’s not biased and completely random.
However, while that’s what you want, it’s never likely going to be the case.
What I found to be the case with Dice Master 3D is that all the rolls I was making were landing on something.
Suspiciously I was always landing on something, which 90 percent of the time was a fruit spin.
Very rarely did I land on an empty space, which is odd as there are far more of them, then there are ones with rewards.
I couldn’t help but get this feeling like everything was pre-determined and that the numbers I was getting from the rolls were set in place.
Let me show you what I am getting at. Here are two rolls I made:
So above is me rolling a three to move from the chequered space to the blue space.
And below is me than rolling a five, which got me to the next blue space.
Of course, it could be pure luck that I would roll the right number both times to get a spin, but I think not.
When you think about it, it does make a lot of sense for there to be a system in place which pre determines what you land on and the reward you get.
It keeps players playing longer as they feel like they’re winning, which increases there ad revenue.
I know it looks like I am trying to expose Shape Keeper, but when every other game has a lot of evidence to suggest it’s rigged, you only expect the same for any new games they launch.
2. Encourages Too Many Ads
Constantly as you move around the board, you are tempted with ads to get larger amounts and more spins.
At first, it feels like you can’t get past them, as they first show you the option to watch a video for a reward followed by a no thanks button seconds later.
The app is all about watching ads, which is understandable. However, if your not careful, you could find yourself watching several ads, which is not fun at all.
From my experience with games from Shape Keeper, they are quite aggressive with the ads. For example, Hyper Plinko, a game I reviewed, basically made you watch ads in order for you to play it.
If you didn’t, it meant you would have to wait for hours for the balls to refresh.
3. Maximum Of $95
A Shape Keeper game would not be complete without a cap on the earnings or a sudden cut off of dollars.
I was looking through the Dice Master review section, and I found the same occurring reviews that it feels like I have seen several times before.
Here are just some of the ones I read:
As the heading suggests, the maximum amount I have seen people earn is around $95, which is very convenient, considering the minimum threshold is only $5 after that.
This refers to the first point, where I talked about pre-determined rolls. If this game was all about ‘winning,’ you wouldn’t have all these users reaching the same amount. That’s just odd.
The threshold is high, too high, in my opinion, but it gives apps like Dice Master 3D this huge window to exploit their users.
Between the first dollar you make and the 95th one, they can accumulate as much money from ads as possible.
It is a little sick as there is never any intention to pay out the users, but it is what it is.
Dice Master 3D is a game where you will be out mastered by the developers into thinking you can earn money when at the end of it, the only people earning is them.
It’s hard to find an app that claims to payout that doesn’t do this, as they all do. The thing is, and I look at it from the other way in that if these apps did payout, would they be able to actually reward every user.
With the huge interest and all the users downloading these games, they would never be able to keep up. This is why I always recommend staying away from them. You will end up disappointed, and with Dice Master 3D, it’s no different.
It may not have been the answer you were looking for from this Dice Master review. However, if you are just starting or have let’s say $30-$50 in the game, at least you can save a lot of time, which you would lose if you pursued it further.
Now, if some reason I have got it completely wrong and they do payout, well, let me know by leaving a comment down below.