Today I have for you an Idle Planning review.
Chances are you have started playing this game and want to know if at the end of it you will get paid.
The advert shows the game in a light where if just putting a few minutes into it will earn you as much as $400.
Now being someone who has reviewed too many games too count, I am used to seeing the same advertising strategies.
When you see a game that makes earning money look very easy, it’s never a good sign.
Let’s get into the post.
Idle Planning Review Summary
- Owner: Think Twice Games
- What Are They?: Idle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Idle Planning?
Idle Planning is a game developed by Think Twice Games, a developer that has created a string of other money earning themed games.
In the description, they describe it as an idle game that consists of you creating your own panning business and mining out of the ground. I have already reviewed a few others, including Weeder 3D, who was set up by the same developer.
Now while that is the claim they make, the game is played down from that.
It’s not familiar to a game like Idle Courier Tycoon, where you are taking charge of your own business. It instead consists of you swiping a screen and doing the odd upgrade here.
Ultimately the game isn’t great; however, it’s the possibility of earning money that is drawing people in.
The game is currently on 100k downloads. It doesn’t have a rating since it’s not fully released.
How Does Idle Planning Work?
There is no need to make an account or even a requirement to sign up. Once you start up Idle Planning, the game starts.
How it works is you start with one miner, and you need to navigate it to him to the coal.
Once he gets to the coal, the miner will automatically start mining it.
As you can see by a screenshot I took of Idle Planning, there are numerous piles of coal presented to you.
In order to direct him to each one, you need to use your finger to map out a route.
You will get both coins, which the miner will leave in its tracks, plus cash, which I will get onto in the next section.
These coins can be used to upgrade your tools, including buying more miners plus upgrading the speed and drill.
Doing this, like most idle games, will result in higher cash flow in the long term.
How To Make Money With Idle Planning?
There are a number of ways to collect money. You can get cash from both making upgrades and from mining coal.
For each upgrade you make and making it too the next level. You will receive a cash reward.
At the start, this is more generous then I was originally expecting.
That is because for the first eight or so payouts, you will get around $5.
If you play it for only 15 minutes, you could easily make $35+, like I was able too.
But then again, letting you make money fast is part of there plan.
When you make $50, it makes you think not only can you earn another $50 but also get paid.
Now finally, the last way is through mining coal with PayPal signs on it; this will result in an extra bonus.
How Do They Pay?
You can find the payout section by locating the PayPal sign with a balance underneath it.
When you click on this, you will be shown three options to cash out. You have a Google Play voucher, PayPal card, and an Amazon Gift Card.
Each option requires at least $200 to have been earned first.
In this box, there is a set of rules, which says you must reach that amount to get paid.
It also states that they have the final interpretation of payouts.
Make Enough To Buy A Car?
There are two claims to clear up that came to my attention before doing this Idle Planning review.
Before I picked up this game, I first came aware of it from multiple adverts while playing other games.
The first one showed someone pulling out thousands of dollars out of a bad, of which was claimed to be made playing this game.
Followed by a second advert, this one featured a guy talking about how he was broke.
But since downloading Idle Planning was able to buy a 2009 GMC Sierra using the funds, he won.
This is an image of the car that was apparently brought because of the game.
You are probably wondering if any of these claims are true, and as much as I would love to say you can play a game and next day be able to buy your dream car, it’s not possible.
That car in the image is $19,500 first hand, so Idle Planning is basically implying that you will be able to raise the amount needed for that vehicle.
What I Am Not A Fan Off
1. Double Ads
Some apps have too many, whereas others have the right balance to where you can play the game without too many problems.
But with games that claim to pay, there will always be ads present as this is how they make money.
Here is one of the problems I found in that there was not only too many at times, but I was given them at quick succession.
With these adverts not being short either it, this is a 1-minute block of just watching an advertisement.
2. Unprofessional Developer
I am not entirely sure where the developers come from, but what I noticed is that on some occasions, the spelling was off.
When you have an app that is live for thousands of people to download and play, you would think the least they could do is get spellings right.
Now here is an example of one of these spelling mistakes:
It is, of course, obvious that they mean to say balance rather than ‘banlance’; however, it is poor how they have got that wrong.
It’s even worse when you notice that the same mistakes are being made with other games they have created, including Weeder 3D and Idle Bus 3D.
The fact they can’t get this right doesn’t fill me with confidence that the developers are treating this serious enough.
If I was to come across an opportunity that was unprofessional and had a website riddled with mistakes, then I would dismiss them.
When I first started earning money online, apps, along with survey sites, were one of the first opportunities to come my way.
One thing I noticed with all of them is that individually they didn’t have the greatest earning potential.
You can make a part-time income, but you wouldn’t be able to download just one app and be able to fund a brand new car; it’s unheard of.
This is why I have such a hard time believing any of the claims that Idle Planning is making, as what there claiming is too much.
Now, if I were you, I wouldn’t put any time into it. You will likely be disappointed as its inevitable that they won’t payout.
But if you do want to make money, you can try out these making money apps. Since I have used them to make money, it means I can personally vouch for them.
I hope this Idle Planning Review gave you a good idea of what the app is about.
I don’t recommend it; however, I would I do want to hear from you and to learn whether or not you have been able to make money with it.
Let me know by leaving a comment below 🙂