Are you wondering if you found gold with this new cash game?
Well, if so, then this Dice Winner app review is exactly what you need to read.
I have seen it all when it comes to any game that involves dice and cash.
It all starts when you see their advert, you see the money they advertise and decide to give it a go-to see if you can also cash in too.
However, very early on, you start to catch on that making hundreds of rolling dice isn’t as easy as you thought.
There is likely one reason why you’re here, and that’s to find out if making a few rolls of the dice can be turn out to be quite lucrative.
I will essentially uncover what you need to know, so if you are as confused as I once was coming across these apps, this post should help clear up what’s going on.
Dice Winner App Review Summary
- Owner: Happy Scratch Studios
- What Are They?: Dice Board Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Dice Winner?
Dice Winner is a game where people supposedly are making easy money moving around a board game.
Now to say it’s your standard game is a tough call, as there isn’t too really an objective or anything users can gain apart from earning when they play it.
Looking at the app description, the owners have it down as a game made on classic gameplay.
However, what they are referring to here is not clear.
Now despite saying this, the concept has been done many times.
I have seen it done multiple times because it’s such an easy earner for companies, and I will explain exactly why in the next section.
The company in charge is Happy Scratch Studios who are an app developer that makes other cash games.
They seem to be more selective about what they make instead of churning out games like other developers I have seen.
In total, they have just three games. The other two I have covered are Happy Scratch and Balls Shooter.
Both being a big success amassing 1 million installs each.
However, while it is impressive to hear those aren’t the numbers that are going to interest you.
Instead, let me turn your attention to the important fact that practically nobody seems to be getting paid from those games.
How Does Dice Winner Work?
Now I know this company only has three games, but the aim is to do two things.
Firstly to make a game that gets millions of users, and secondly, it is to keep as many of those users playing for long periods of time.
This is why Dice Winner works, as it will likely do both of those things.
Now playing this game, users are rolling a dice and moving a counter around a board.
A bit like games such as Ludo and Monopoly.
Now unlike them two, where you are playing against other people.
You are playing solo here but playing with the hope of getting virtual rewards.
This is because and I will put an image below you will be collecting items as you go around this board.
Some of which ‘seems’ to have rather cool rewards associated, of which includes cash.
What Can You Collect On The Board?
To begin with, you have 20 rolls.
When you roll the dice, you will move clockwise.
Now what you can collect consists of:
- Cash – You can earn this by landing on green coins with a ‘C’ on them.
- Spins – Once landed on, will trigger a spin, which could give you up to $777
- Mystery boxes – These typically contain coins of which you can multiply up to 5x by watching a video
- Luck Cards – Luck cards are tokens for scratchcards, every time you get one, you can rub off a scratchcard. You can find this mini-game on the menu at the bottom.
What You Need To Know About
1. Ads No Matter What
Now why I say that is because while playing, the game forces you into ads no matter what you press.
Let’s say you get coins given to you.
The game will offer you two options: one to collect and one to give them up.
Now regardless of what you press, you have to watch an ad, which is very frustrating since the game is fast-paced.
You roll the dice, then a few seconds later, you roll the dice again.
So since you are given rewards on basically every throw of the dice, you are always picking something up.
As you have gathered, this isn’t ideal since you just watch even more ads.
2. Knowing Where You Land
A problem with dice games like this is you are not actually doing the throwing.
It’s the game that chooses the numbers for you instead.
So if there are coins in two spaces, you are likely to roll a two than anything else.
This is because the game wants to give you virtual currency so that they have a reason to play an ad.
It makes it very boring since the thrill is throwing the dice and hoping to land on a certain square.
But as you go around, you can predict where it lands.
3. Multiple Errors
One glitch could be considered as the excessive ads, but one aspect I found that is important to the game is the currencies.
With these, there was a notable glitch that stops you from seeing what rewards Dice Winner has.
Now I can only assume that Coins, Cash, and Gems all have some reward equivalent.
In fact, reading other feedback, it seems $100 is the amount to get to withdraw.
However, if you click on the icons at the top, nothing happens.
There is no pop-up, nor are you taken to some redeem page.
Due to these errors occurring, new users have no idea where they stand.
Dice games like this one have proven to be nothing but a waste of time up to now.
I have reviewed a good number of them that have claimed to payout.
But every time I come to quick fruition, the game will not pay.
This is the same with Dice Winner, which is clearly tricking people into thinking they will cash out.
As I spoke about throughout, it’s really all on the ads, and this game does a good job of showing you one almost every second.
Companies like this are looking to earn as much ad revenue as they can, and to them, if it means tricking people into thinking they will get paid, then so be it.
At this point, I am done with games like this one.
However, new ones are being launched all the time, so I will continue to review them to spread the word on them.
That word being they don’t pay, so if you are looking for a conclusion on Dice Winner, let me tell you right now you are unlikely to get anything for your time.
Thanks for reading my Dice Winner app review.
If you have any questions that I haven’t covered, do let me know! 🙂