Welcome to my Dice World Review.
This is one of many dice games on the market that are making claims that you can make money.
Not only is this one saying you can earn some cash, but from that advert they also make it look like you can get ten times more than working a full-time job.
This is interesting for multiple reasons. For one, most of these cash games always require hours just to reach a minimum threshold, and secondly, hardly any of them even pay.
So unlike the advert which I will share in a minute, your always better off working an actual paying job than using an app with the hope they will pay off your bills.
But with that said, I know some of you want to know if they payout, and I do too, so I’ve rounded up all the information on Dice World that you need to know and put into a review.
Let’s get right into it!
Dice World Review Summary
- Owner: Xiao Faria daCunha
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- Recommended: Not Worth It
What Is Dice World?
From the advert that shows off Dice World, it’s not made clear what exactly it is.
But from playing it, I can tell you its another strategy based merging game.
Now while there isn’t much information about the game on the app store, there is a line where it says ‘new 2048 with dice gameplay’.
2048 is basically an old game brought out many years ago, where you put numbers of the same together and create bigger numbers.
This is essentially the case here, and while Dice World is new, with the two other apps, I listed above, this one is not the first to do there spin on the game.
Dice World is fresh on the market; it was launched at the tail end of August and had over 10k installs.
How Does Dice World Work?
In order to figure out how to play the game, I had to try and work it out myself.
As when you first start up Dice World for the first time, you are presented with no instructions or tutorial to how it works.
With no information on the game in the app store, you have to figure out how the game works.
How to play it is, is you have a 5×5 grid in front of you and below that a dice.
You need to place them into the grid and place numbers next to each other.
Each number is a different color, which makes it easier to differentiate all of them.
So if you put an orange number 3 dice next to another one of its kind, it will merge to 4 dice.
This works like almost all other merging games out there. Here are a few others I have reviewed that I can compare it too:
Along with merging them yourself, you can also use a rocket launcher, which is an in-game tool that helps you clear dices.
How To Make Money With Dice World?
Once you have merged a few pairs of dice, you will get pop-ups with payouts.
Sometimes you will get one; other times, I noticed you get a few at the time.
But each time you do, Dice World will make you watch a video to get each of these cash rewards.
This is a standard procedure for most games as this how they make their money with the ads.
You will find that after 20 minutes of playing, you should have $25+ accumulated.
The reason why these small payouts are so frequent at the start is that it gives them an opportunity to show there users ads.
How Do They Pay?
Every dollar you earn in the game equates to US dollars, so if your balance shows 50, then that is $50.
Now regardless of what you earn, ultimately, it doesn’t matter if you don’t reach the minimum threshold of $100.
That is the amount you must reach in order to get paid.
You can go with the PayPal option like advertised on the Dice World advert or an Amazon voucher.
This cash-out amount and options are standard; this was the same as with:
Make More Than A Full-Time Income?
What shocked me and made me more interested in Dice World was the advert they have live at the moment.
As I briefly mentioned at the start of this Dice World review, it was showing how someone playing the game was making ten times the amount of someone who seemed to be working on a construction site.
For reference and in case you haven’t seen it, here is a screenshot:
As the ad plays, the money for the person raises fast, but the one working at the top was going up slowly before stopping at $20.
What this implies is that if you play Dice World, you will be making so much more money then if you actually worked.
This is not true, and if it was, then nobody would be working an actual job as they know they could get much more just by launching a game.
These amounts that they claim you can earn is shown to you, to encourage you to take action and join the game.
Now I am someone, and like the site, name states are all about helping people achieve more than average.
So if you have goals, whether that be financial, my aim is to help people reach them.
Now moving back, one thing is for sure, and that is no one will be making an easy $200 with this game.
Or any money for that matter with these types of apps.
Dice World is a game that could be fun, but whether it will be rewarding, I think otherwise.
You need to earn $100 to get paid, and from my experience of trying games with the same terms, they never seem to pay.
As I spoke about my experiences with it, I earned a quarter of that quite quickly, which seems great.
But over time, they will tire you out with numbers of ads, and eventually, the payouts for each level will become so low that it will no longer be worth it.
Has its a game only launched a month ago, you don’t have much to go off.
However, all games set up like Dice World always have the same pattern where they play with there users.
That is why I always advise you to seek other opportunities that are established, have a support team you can contact, and have a history of paying out.
If this app left you with some questions, I do hope this Dice World review answered them for you.
While I tried to cover everything, I may have missed a few things, so if you do have anything you would like to ask, feel free to do so below 🙂