After looking around the play store, I came across a new adaptation of the 2048 game, and it since this one also says you can make money, I thought I would make a Hyper 2048 review.
This is a game present on the app store; however, it is only available for certain regions.
However, if you one of those who can install it, you are likely wondering if this game pays out or not.
So in this review, I will be downloading it for myself and testing out.
As the app’s name, there is some hype with this one, so if you want to know if they are legit, you have come to the right place.
Hyper 2048 Review Summary
- Owner: Shape Keeper
- What Are They?: 2048 Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Hyper 2048?
Hyper 2048 is a game that combines the act of merging balls together in a container with the opportunity to make money apparently.
The developers in Shape Keeper responsible for this game are too familiar to me and maybe for you too since they have many other plays to earn money games out there.
Most of their games are mostly the same, give or take the odd aspect that has been tweaked, such as name and theme.
But of late, that has changed have they launched Lucky Spade, a poker game, and Lucky Pusher, a coin dozing game.
No matter what they create, the app always does well since their advertising is attention-grabbing.
Because there claims that people can cash in for $100’s of dollars at every turn almost, it has resulted in millions of installs.
You would think, though, if their first games never paid out, why would they continue to do well, even though 10’s of thousands of people leave reviews saying payments of missing.
How Does Hyper 2048 Work?
2048 is a game concept where you combine numbers together, and Shape Keeper has made their own version.
The game at first plays in auto mode. You have balls being dropping within what looks to be a container.
Underneath it, you have a lock. This unlocks when you have completed the mission (level).
Now you have balls with different numbers, all of which are numbers.
What you need to do is drop these down and merge them with its own number.
To explain this, let me show you an example:
At the top, with arrows pointing down from you, see the number 16.
Directly underneath, there is also another 16 ball.
If I drop this, it will add together to become a 32.
This will cause a ripple effect as that will merge with the 32 to make 64.
There are different missions you can complete. Some may require you to clear black balls while others need you to merge a certain amount of balls together before you can move on.
One catch to be aware of and an aspect familiar with other Shape Keeper games is you are given an allocated amount of balls.
When these run out, you must wait a few minutes for the balls refill, or alternatively, you can watch a video.
This was the case with Plinko Master and Lucky Plinko.
After you have completed a mission, though, you will get a spin on a wheel. This also goes for reaching levels.
Prizes on this wheel range from PayPal cash to power-ups in-game.
How To Make Money With Hyper 2048?
Making money is done organically by merging balls together.
For each one you merge, you get a 1 or 2 cents.
To add, you get bonuses for each level you work through. This is very typical of an app like this one.
I found that it wasn’t typical because the amount of money you earn early on isn’t easy to come by.
It’s a slow flow of money, and while I have played games where my balance shows $50 within 30 minutes of installing, in this case, I barely had $5.
This is unusual because app developers like to flood new users with cash. However, as they play on, they eventually pull the plug.
It’s given users that feeling that they may actually win.
How Do They Pay?
There isn’t too much to cover with Hyper 2048’s payouts.
In total, there are four ways to request a payment, but only one payout source in PayPal.
Here are the conditions for each (or you can check out the picture below)
- 1 million coins – $2
- Cash – $100
- Collect 30 Decorations – $1000
- Collect $100 PayPal cards – $100
All 4 seem reasonable, but you will find it hard to reach.
Specifically, the last two, as you are relying on the game to give you them as opposed to coins and cash earned at every level.
What You Need To Know About
1. Not Available Worldwide
It’s uncommon to find games that are barred off for some regions.
You will have games that remove their in-game opportunities, but you will find that to be more likely than being geo-blocked.
Never the less, Hyper 2048 was marked as not available in my country from here in the UK.
I only bumped into it from checking other games from Shape Keeper.
So if you go to find it, you may not be able to find it on the app store as it depends on where you’re from.
However, despite that, Shape Keeper keep their trend up of guiding apps to over hundreds of thousand installs.
2. Enjoyable Gameplay
I am yet to say this with a Shape Keeper game because normally, the game’s incentive is only to make dollars.
If we take the Plinko series they have, it consists of dropping down balls and collecting cash.
That is pretty much it, and because of that, it gets boring quickly.
However, interestingly Hyper 2048 isn’t like that, there is more to it, and it encourages their users to think more.
As a result, I found it fun to play.
Now admittedly, there is the same game out there just under different names,
For instance, you have:
But even though those two are suspiciously similar, I can’t say at the least that Hyper 2048 isn’t enjoyable to play as it is.
3. Reasonable Payouts
What I noticed with Hyper 2048 is the amount of money they give out is much lower than you would expect.
Some games will give you money frequently and a lot of it, especially at the start.
But in the case of this game, not as much money is given out.
Like I said with my experiences, I only made a few dollars while playing.
I haven’t cashed it out, but it is somewhat realistic, which is often not the case.
When you have all these games giving you all this money (which you likely won’t be able to cash out), it gives users the illusion that making money is easy.
You can’t, though, make hundreds through just playing games, but people start to think it’s possible.
Even though there are good aspects to Hyper 2048, with the game being nice to play and the earning being realistic, it is unlikely anyone will get rewarded.
For someone to supposedly get paid, they need to reach $100. However, I found there were too many people reaching $90 or around that mark from my findings.
Once people had collected that total, the earning seemed to stop, hence making it impossible to request any type of payment as Shape Keeper has stopped giving out.
I have seen the developers reply to some users within the Google Play Store saying how they have ‘a lot of lucky winners,’ but I need to see proof that they do payout for me to say they are legit.
And because there is none, I will be filing this one as an app not to go near if you want to make extra cash.
I hope this Hyper 2048 review was of great help to you! Let me know your thoughts or if you have a question down in the comment section below 🙂