Welcome to my Great Number Ten app review.
Now there is a chance you are here to find out if moving a few blocks can result in you earning money.
Just by looking at other peoples experiences with it, it’s clear they are looking to come across as a game that pays handsomely.
However, can you get paid, or is everything you see within the game nothing but an illusion.
Before we get into the post, let me just say I have a lot of experience with these kinds of apps.
So as a result, I would say I am the right person to trust, to tell you whether you can get paid with Great Number Ten.
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Great Number Ten App Review Summary
- Owner: Game Genius
- What Are They?: Block Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Great Number Ten?
Great Number Ten is a game where you are given some numbered blocks, and with them, you must merge them with others.
When you connect them, you will achieve combos, and from the first look, you can even earn some exciting rewards while playing.
Now it’s definitely the money that is getting people curious
While the developers claim that the game is ‘addictive’, users only want one thing, and that is the nice sums of withdrawable money that flash up every couple of seconds.
The developer who goes by Game Genius is a fresh face on the app store.
They have a brief history of apps, including a game called Big Win Jelly, which I reviewed not too long ago.
For that one, the payouts within the game seemed to be there. However, the theme, along with all the Game Genius apps, is that withdrawing any money was an obstacle almost impossible to overcome.
Unfortunately, what this means, is that this game isn’t likely to pay out also.
As one thing I have learnt is that patterns emerge with these making money app developers, one will rarely pay if they haven’t done so already.
How To Make Money With Great Number Ten?
Two things make Great Number Ten quite different to your typical block-based game.
Firstly there is the cash that is issued to you, every few times, you achieve a combo.
The second aspect is the videos, which, from playing it myself, were clearly the game’s main aspect.
Now I understand that every developer needs to profit, as making any type of app without any way to bring in revenue would be quite pointless.
However, Game Genius is incentives users to not only watch a certain amount of videos to cash out but puts ads in front of them frequently.
Aside from the videos, though, users can collect money even if it means watching some video for 30 seconds.
I found that the game was paying between $60-$150 in both currencies within the app.
This includes PayPal and Amazon, which has a result that means most users can get to what is a high minimum threshold in a quick time span.
But while reaching the threshold will be an easy enough task, as the game is straightforward to progress in, it doesn’t guarantee a payout, as I will explain in the next section.
How Do They Pay?
If you have tried any Game Geniuses apps or any game similar to Great Number Ten, you may know how hard they make it for their users to withdraw.
I did allude to at the start that payouts are just straight up tricky, and that is because we aren’t talking about a $1 or $1 payout.
Instead, we are literally on at least $1000, which, while it is so high, they are still leading users to believe they can receive.
Now I have researched Great Number Ten, and I wasn’t surprised to see how they are conning their users.
So to start with, your target is $1000 as that is the amount you need to reach to get paid.
Along the way, you must watch 50 ads, which in itself makes no sense.
Now once you complete this, the company then make you watch another 50.
This is for them to go from your review being pending for two days.
To it being instantly checked over.
You might be thinking either that is okay.
However, this is all part of the con, as these guys are just trying to make as much as possible from you before you give up.
To add insult to the wounds, this pop screen you see is fake, even the request button is and any money you think your requesting, isn’t actually real.
Great Number Ten may have you absorbed in your screen, whether that be for the cash or just the game itself.
But from trying it and the owner of the other game, I am not a big advocate of it, as I do see that the developers are playing people to a certain degree.
For instance, the threshold situation where people are grinding through fifty videos, just for the sake of getting paid, only to be told you need to watch another set of them is certainly them taking advantage of you.
It’s little things like this that should open an eye to you, that those behind it don’t have your best interests.
They only care about the figures shown on their monthly statements.
So if you are new to the game, or have been playing it for a while, don’t get your hopes up.
While this virtual money is so easy to be made within the app, you can’t withdraw it to your account.
That is of course not your fault, its just the developers are playing with there users, while not honoring any of the claims they make
There you have it, that is my Great Number Ten app review.
I hope you got all your answers to the questions within the post.
But if you didn’t, the comment section is always open for you to leave your thoughts 🙂