Welcome to my Graffiti Dice app review.
If dice puzzle games and making money are two things you are interested in, then your probably interested in this game.
The game claims to be different from what out there already, calling out other so-called money-making games that don’t payout.
However, do they even payout, or are the developers trying to fool even more people into downloading their game by saying they are legit.
To find out, I recommend reading this post because I will be explaining to you how this game works and what the developers are really playing at.
Graffiti Dice Review Summary
- Owner: Shootermickp
- What Are They?: Dice merging game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Graffiti Dice?
With Graffiti Dice, it is all about merging dice together and collecting virtual money.
There isn’t too much between this game and others of its type.
However, there are a few interesting features of this game that I haven’t seen before.
I will discuss these later on.
This game, though, is made by Shootermickp and has got Graffiti Dice to 10 thousand installs.
It’s a developer I have bumped into on a few occasions since they make several dice-themed games, all with the same old cash claims.
One of these consists of Super Dice, a game that is very similar to this one, apart from the theme.
That one, however, got thousands of players however never showed any sign of paying.
How Does It Work?
To play this game, you drag dominos into a grid and match the numbers together.
Now just like how Super Dice worked, with Graffiti Dice, you again get a log-in bonus of $2.
However, you get an additional bonus after making just three moves of the dice. This is $61.14.
This will straightaway give players the feeling they have made lots of money without really working for it.
Now, as you continue to grind the game, you will receive more amounts of virtual PayPal money.
When I continued to play on, I received $15, then $24.
Amounts I couldn’t fathom, I was doing nothing to earn it.
However, that is why games like this work because people can’t believe their eyes and believe they will get paid to do nothing.
Paying Them Instead Of Getting Paid
Graffiti Dice claims to be this game that is going to be different and pay you.
However, all I see is the same spammy techniques used with other games.
One of these techniques includes getting you to pay them.
Within this game, not only is the typical VIP subscription that is supposed to make users even more money.
But there is also a price a user must pay to get same-day cashouts.
While it’s free for the first 24 hours, you are made to pay £4.39 for this.
You also have a shop where you can buy power-ups.
This includes Universal, Skip, and Bombs to help you out.
You can buy these collectively or individually, but it starts at £1.69 and goes as high as £86.99 for 1000 of each of the three.
Getting these might help you make progress in the game, but it won’t guarantee you a payout.
I also think the prices aren’t justified and wouldn’t recommend getting them, especially since you can get them for playing the game.
How Do They Pay?
Graffiti Dice has a payment system that isn’t so clear cut, especially at first glance.
That is because there are two different ways the game claims to pay you.
You have instant payouts, which from reading the details on the app, seems to be sent on the same day.
However, you must reach $1000 to request any of the amounts. This includes even the lowest option of $10.
Along with that, you have the standard cash out, which there is no threshold to reach.
Instead of having a minimum, it’s whatever you make in 1 day you can cashout.
What You Need To Know About Graffiti Dice
1. Spend A Day Playing It
A game like this could easily whack on a minimum amount and say to its users to reach it.
But the new games are doing something differently, with the likely aim of making more revenue.
They are enticing people by saying if you grind this game for the next day, you keep it all.
It literally looks like you can earn thousands; however, it’s not as good as it seems.
That is because, at the end of the day, it’s an ungenuine game, only are they interested in getting ad revenue.
So when players play this game for hours, they will watch so many ads.
2. Another Fake Advert
Watching the advert for Graffiti Dice was a painful watch.
While I knew it was just another fake game that was being advertised to me, I know that there thousands who are going to watch it and then download the game after.
Now why it was painful to watch is because it featured a paid actor who was effectively fake crying and saying how so many cash games had scammed him.
The game pictured was actually Lucky Toss 3D, a game I reviewed months ago.
It seems quite relatable, and for many people watching it, they would be able to resonate with it because they might have experienced the struggle of having their time wasted by similar games.
But in this advert, it cut to a scene where he was excitedly talking about how he found a game that he payouts, that game being this one.
Every detail of this advert shows how these developers are clued up and know what they are doing with these adverts.
The fact that they are talking and showing games that don’t payout shows you how they understand the game; however, what’s worse is that they are in on it too.
Graffiti Dice is not only fake cash earning game, but it’s one of the worst I have seen in terms of exploiting its users.
There are three ways in total that the owners are trying to get users to spend their money rather than help them make some.
While it does look like you can cash out with the one day, take as much as you can earn.
However, it’s all false, and ultimately there is no money to be earned because there is no such opportunity to do so.
My advice is to stay far away from Shootermickp as they’re a waste of energy and time.
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