After taking the app store by storm, I thought it would be fitting to a Dozer Mania app review.
The game was only released three days ago, on the 17th of March.
However, despite a short time span of being up, the game has amassed over 100,000 installs and 10,000 reviews on the store.
Now your probably thinking one of two things now, or both:
- How have they reached such high numbers so fast?
- Are the claims that you earn prizes actually real and true?
Since I have vast experience with these games, I will be answering these questions plus explaining what exactly is the deal with this game.
So if you want answers, this post is something I encourage you to read right to the end.
Dozer Mania App Review Summary
- Owner: Nigel Fowler
- What Are They?: Coin Dozer
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Dozer Mania?
Dozer Mania, released by Nigel Fowler, is a coin-dozing game with lucrative rewards for grabs.
It’s a free-to-play game, and the developers are boasting that the game has some of the biggest rewards you can get in a game.
Now, whenever a game is overhyped, or there is so much to win with little to lose (that being time), it results in masses of people flogging to the game.
This is to be expected as not only are they making such claims, but the app store shows pictures of ‘eye candy’ with cash shown everywhere.
Over the next 5 or so minutes, it won’t be too long. I will be explaining how it works and how users can cash out.
How Does Dozer Mania Work?
You have likely seen a dozer machine as they are prevalent in most arcades.
But in this case, you likely wouldn’t have seen one in a supermarket as that is funnily where the machine is within the game.
While that is random, what is very similar to other dozing games, is the machine itself.
You have the same alignment of a dozing machine that is filled with dollars and cash.
To play your job is simple. You tap on the screen to add tokens into the fray.
This will push of contents on the table of, to the side closest to you and when this happens, you retrieve it all.
How To Make Money With Dozer Mania
Now below is a photo of what you get when you first open up the game.
Developers do this to give you an instant feeling of winning.
Once you have collected all the rewards shown in the screenshot above, you will have a remarkable $110 worth of tokens or around that range.
This means once you have played for a few minutes, you will need just $40 to withdraw.
I say only because with the game giving you such a big amount of coupons, you automatically have it in your head that making a fraction of that cash out will be straight out easy.
However, that is not how the game works, as the amount of cash they throw at you will continue to decrease.
Different Ways Of Getting Paid?
If you are like me, you probably got curious once you received any money and tried to find where the cash-out page is.
Well, first off, it is easy to find, as it’s right at the top of the screen.
Tapping on either the tokens, coupons, or bundles will take you to the array of payment options.
The cash-out options consist of Messenger, PayPal, Cash App, Tez, Coinbase, and Inter.
Now no matter which option you click on, the same withdrawal conditions will be presented to you. You have to reach a set amount of each of the currencies for all options.
To redeem coupons, you will need $150, which converts directly into $150.
For the bundles that are less common, you need 100 to get $1000, with each one being worth $10.
Next up, you have a few gadgets. There is an iPhone 12, Nintendo Switch, Airpods, and Gold.
Each of which require at least 50, with the final two mentioned requiring 100 instead.
Now your not receiving the gadgets themselves. You are instead unlocking amounts of money; this is $1000 for each four. But hey, I doubt anyone is really getting all these pieces.
The final three are chips, Amazon cards, and coins.
For these, you need 30 chips for $1000, 100 Amazon cards for $100, and lastly 1 million tokens for $100.
What You Need To Know About
1. ‘Bad’ Nigel
I think it’s safe to say that if Nigel Fowler is an actual person, there aren’t too many people who are quite fond of him.
Quite frankly, I am not surprised because he has been fobbing people off for months with different variations of money-making games.
This game I am talking about today is just one of several games Nigel has created to exploit people’s dire need to raise extra cash for themselves.
Like I said earlier, the game makes claims about having the biggest rewards.
But really, what they are is a huge con because no one is coming away from playing their games with actual money.
All those rewards I talked about in the previous section all look great.
I am sure they have excited many users who have downloaded the game.
You have big amounts of money, along with a nicely presented cash-out page.
But despite what you see, people aren’t able to cash out because Nigel never lets them get to that position.
It’s crafty and clever, but at the same time quite wrong.
2. Review Topics
Now the words review topics will likely mean nothing to you.
However, let me explain why I have put it as something I despise about this game.
In the app store, there is something added into the comments section called ‘review topics.’
These allow people to sieve through the feedback by common words.
So of these words, you get to see what most people are saying in a nutshell.
Here is what I found:
- Too many ads
- Waste of time
The main takeaway I found from these words is that people are playing solely to earn money. If people played the game for fun, they wouldn’t be leaving feedback like a waste of time, scam, and prizes.
Do you think games like Candy Crush get the same comments?
Well, no, because they don’t advertise themselves as money-making games.
3. Advertised As A Game That Will Make You Money
App developers like Nigel are changing the perspective of how games are viewed.
People download games like this to earn money and not have fun with them.
That is why you see 6 figure download numbers in three days instead of 3 figure numbers that you would normally find.
It wouldn’t be a problem if they actually paid, even if it held monthly sweepstakes like this game called Coin Dozer because then at least money is given out, and some people are winning.
But these games put it in everyone’s mind that they are going to earn money.
The developers know full well they have no intention of paying hence the way the game is designed, but people don’t know that, and as a result, you have a lot of frustrated users.
I had heard only bad things about Nigel Fowler before checking out Dozer Mania, so when I got a chance to check it out, I knew straightaway why that was.
The game is very clearly one that isn’t paying.
What gave that away very quickly, along with the other issues listed above, is they make you believe that you have won over $100+ within a few minutes and after just several clicks.
If you have read up to now you will know what my thoughts are on the game.
You can probably tell that games like these aren’t ones I am an advocate for as they are blatantly taking advantage of thousands of people.
You can play the game yourself and try it, but I must warn you that you are very unlikely to get paid, as, despite what the images and what you see in the game suggest, that is not how these developers work.
Now before I end this post, I want to bring your attention to some apps I have had some great experience earning money recently.
I have made a list of them right here, for you to check out if you are interested in making money the legitimate way.
Thanks for taking the time out to read my Dozer Mania app review.
If you have any questions that I haven’t addressed already, then feel free to let me know with a comment below 🙂
I know of someone who got a job with a team of people who design/play & test these kind of games. It is all about advertising other people’s products. My friend was asked to work with a team of programmers who are asked to put potential flaws within the game as a test to see what would happen should the game malfunction. My friend had to sign over 12 pages of confidentiality clauses. He couldn’t even resign without signing another bunch of papers. Why did he resign ? He saw the app store upload programme and realised that the games wasn’t experimental but actual games with very deceptive work. The whole team would be searched in the morning upon entering the building and another search before leaving. And guess what ? He hasn’t even been paid. Not that he wants to. What he thought was a harmless job and kinda lucky to get the job now lives in a world of guilt and prescription medications.