I recently came across a game called the Get10 app, which, as you guessed, claims to solve your financial problems.
Up to this point, I have put hours into reviewing money-making games, and I have got to the point where unless they really stand out to me, I will likely leave them.
So when I came across an advert for Get10 where it featured someone saying that you can make ‘$600 in 3 hours today’, I just had to see what the fuss was.
Now, if you ever hear someone say that, you might instantly think of an internet guru promoting some business course. But what I saw next was no business course.
Instead, it was this game, and in the advert, it showed gameplay from it where a user made practically $100 a click.
Of course, this is not actual gameplay, but the developers portray it in a way where it looks real. This is why anyone going straight to play this game is in for a big shock when they find that Get10 is nothing like the advert.
Today, I will be presenting you with a review of the game to tell you more about the game. I will also be answering whether people can actually make $600 in 3 hours by playing Get10.
Make sure to stick around to the end to know what the deal is.
Table of Contents
Get10 Review Summary
- Owner: Liaquat
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Get10?
Get10 is a merging game that consists of many colored tiles, which, when pressed on, can result in virtual money.
Before installing the game, you don’t know too much about the game, as in the game description, no info is given on what it is. The only thing said is ‘can you reach it?’ which tells you nothing.
But despite the lack of info, what can be found in the store is the developers, which are Liaquat. They have four games at the moment, including Get10, all of which are in early access.
However, while they are in early access, they have already reached the 100k milestone, which was reached in the first month of being live.
I have also reviewed a few other number based money games including:
How Does Get10 Work?
What you have with Get10 is a merging plus numbers based game which is simple to understand.
When you press play, you are shown a 5 x 5 grid that features colored blocks from 1 to 4.
Unlike games such as Candy Crush, if there is a block that is the same as the one next to it, it will automatically merge together.
As you can see from this screenshot of the gameplay below:
So what you need to do is tap on them, so if I, for example, tap on the square of green blocks made up of two smaller blocks, it would disappear and give me points.
How To Make Money With The Get10 App?
Within seconds of launching Get10, you will be shown a daily login gift. You will have seven in front of you, of which you will be able to collect one payout within the game of around $4.
That is one way to collect money, but the second way is by pressing the yellow play button and starting with the levels.
At the start, for every tile you click on, you get a few dollars credited. During my experience playing it, for each of the first 5 taps I made, I got around $5 each.
Finally, the last way to get virtual funds is by keeping an eye out for PayPal presents. These will appear on your screen and circle around. If you tap on these, you get cash depending on how much is in your balance.
What I mean by this is how much you get all depends on what you’ve earned so much. So at the start opening these will give you close to $5; however, as you open boxes and complete levels, these will reward you less and less.
One more thing to add on is to collect these. You must watch a short video.
How Do They Pay?
Within the Get10 game, you should see a blue icon featuring the PayPal logo that shows your USD balance. While this is virtual, it shows you watch you have accumulated so far along with the threshold, which is $200.
This is the amount that they say you need to reach to get a payment; however, as I have been getting at in this Get10 review, there is no such thing as them paying out.
This amount is so high because it means they can give their users virtual money without actually giving it to them. For instance, at the start, you can get $30-50 ridiculously easily.
Secondly, and with each user getting an amount of money regularly, it means that from $0 to $199, you will be required to watch numerous videos.
What You Need To Know About
1. Clever Developers
As a new user of Get10, you will think your luck is in, as within the first couple of minutes playing, you can easily get up to $30 in what I must clarify is virtual money.
So as you can see, they’re definitely looking to give you the impression early on that this will be the easiest cash you will ever make.
However, what is actually going on is very subtle but also clever at the same time.
For each amount of virtual money they give you, you must watch a video. So, while every user is getting a good amount of this right away, they are also watching several adverts.
Thus, the developers can cash in with almost all the users who play their game, even if they never touch the game again after the first time.
So yeah, this is very clever from companies like Liaquat as they are giving money without actually giving you anything while gaining a lot from you.
2. Get Ads Instead Of 10
Forget about Get10. I think they should rename the game Get Ads.
This game has a plethora of ads that are shown to you at every opportunity.
The worst part is that not only are they all 30 seconds, but you must watch them carry on playing.
They are also quite sneaky with these as sometimes when you do something that results in a virtual reward, you are shown a button with a video symbol while in the top corner there is an x.
However, it doesn’t matter what you press or decline the virtual money they offer, as they will still send you into an ad.
The majority of games on the store that don’t have in-app purchases will have ads because it is a business, and they need to make a profit somehow.
But it’s always these making money apps that push the boundaries and spam its users with ads.
You sense that they are trying to make a quick bag; however, they make it so obvious.
While the concept of Get10 maybe intriguing and the fact they are saying you can make $600 in a matter of hours is a , ultimately it’s all a load of rubbish.
Like with any making money game I have tried out, this one uses all the tricks in the book to get as much money as they can before people click on the fact that it’s a scam.
Since you are getting $5 for every level at the start, it feels like you are on your way to getting paid without too many issues. However, where Get10 is sneaky is once you get to a certain amount of money, it all drys up.
That brings me to the summit of this Get10 App Review. I do hope it helped you out, and as always, if you have any comments to throw my way, you can do so by dropping one below 🙂