After seeing up and down feedback, I thought I would make a Knife Dash review.
They are doing well on the app store accumulating well over 1 million installs.
However, can users make $100 and more for throwing knives at the wheel.
Now I will be honest. This isn’t the first knife throwing game I have come across.
I found one similar about a year ago that said you could earn money too.
That one did end up being a scam and had an overwhelming amount of bad feedback.
New developers make the app I will be talking about, so you can only hope that they actually pay and aren’t killing people’s time.
Let’s get right into it and find out.
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Knife Dash Review Summary
- Owner: Merge Boat Games
- What Are They?: Arcade Game
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is Knife Dash?
In this Knife Dash, what users need to do is throw a knife at a spinning wheel.
In return for doing that, they can earn cash rewards and even gift cards.
I am not saying you will, as these are claims that they make.
The game does sound interesting, and you can see why at the moment, they have 1+ million installs on the Google Play Store.
However, it isn’t as unique as there so many variations on the market already.
The bad news is that neither of those apps had good track records paying out wise.
How To Play Knife Dash?
The game is simple to pick up and is addictive.
If you’re a fan of mobile games, you might get hooked to one like Knife Dash.
To start playing, you will need to press the ‘tap to play.’
That will start you on the first level.
Now how it works is you have some knives you need to land on a spinning wheel.
As the wheel goes round, you will need to get each Knife on without hitting one you have already put on.
Here is a screenshot of the game:
You only have one life. If you lose it, you will have 30 seconds to choose whether to watch a video to carry on.
When you complete a level, your then awarded with gems.
You will either get a certain amount or a pick of 9 chests.
As you can see by the image below.
These gems serve no other purpose but to customize the look of your Knife.
You can customize it by going into the shop on the home page and unlocking one there.
I review these free cash apps regularly and have found it hit and miss on whenever they offer opportunities.
What I mean is before you even get to talk about whether they pay, some don’t also let you get that far.
Some good examples of this are:
These are three apps that all had adverts showing people making significant sums of money.
However, when you get to the app, all you see is an ordinary game with no earning opportunities present.
That was precisely the case with Knife Dash.
I installed it; however, there is no way to get rewards and not even an in-game currency that can be withdrawn.
If you look at the image below, you will see no store option:
It’s confusing as you look at the game and think this was nothing like the pictures or videos I was shown.
That is another case of false advertising, which is also a trait of most of these free cash apps here too.
The referral program on offer by Knife Dash is a little different to others.
As because of incentivizing people will financial rewards you earn gems for every person who joins under you.
You are given both an invitation code and a link that you can share with your friends.
Every time someone downloads the app because of you, then you will earn 800 gems.
However, unless you want to unlock every Knife on the game, there isn’t much point to this.
You are giving them new users, however, only getting knives in return.
Doesn’t sound like a fair deal to me.
How Do They Pay?
How they pay is confusing as from what you have read, you’re probably thinking they don’t pay.
But this isn’t the whole story. That is because, for some reason, some users can make money inside the game.
That doesn’t mean that they are cashing out and that Knife Dash is legit.
It just means weirdly some people can get dollars within the app while some others can’t.
I am one of those that sees no sign of a way to make any money, which is why this is confusing.
You would think either you can make money or you can’t, but it’s not as clear as that.
I have, though, taken the time to read through several reviews, and it seems the threshold is at $100.
But just as I expected, there are people not making money.
So whether you have this feature to earn, once you have installed the app, it ultimately doesn’t matter.
What I Am Not A Fan Off
1. Fun But No Way To Earn
This reinforces many of the points I have made.
There isn’t too much wrong with the game as it is fun.
I was to pick out one thing I don’t like, then that is how it does get hard very quickly.
To the point where if you don’t have lighting quick reactions, you will struggle.
However, I guess every game is challenging, and if you like that, then you will probably like this one.
While it is fun, there isn’t a way to earn with it.
If Knife Dash said nothing about earning in the adverts, then that would be fine.
As put the app in the same category as the other free games where you are just playing for fun, but that is not the case.
2. Ads Make It Less Enjoyable
Ads are completely fine.
If you’re creating an online business, you need to be able to monetize it in some way.
However, what I don’t like is that if you lose your life, you have to watch an ad in order to carry on.
Now don’t get me wrong other games do this, but when you have too many ads, it just puts you off playing it.
That’s how I felt playing Knife Dash.
I got to level 16, and in order to get that far, I had to watch a number of ads.
As making mistakes and landing knives on knives you already have on the wheel is easy to do.
3. Negative Reviews
Whenever you want to find out how good an app like Knife Dash is, one of the first places to turn too is the reviews.
If this is the first Knife Dash review you have seen then this should give you all the answers you need.
That answer is that this is not an app to download if you value your time.
But what I did check out is the feedback left within the Google Play store and what I saw did not shock me.
I checked out what a number of users had to say and this one in particular summed up everything well.
Like the user put across the app developers do seem to care more about getting the bag then offering a game that users enjoy.
The way the game is as well is one of those that is more on skill than anything.
So unlike Puppy Town, Lucky Plinko, and Spin Day app where you just have to stay idle and click a few buttons, it is more on you and judgment.
If you come across this review after playing this game or one similar you will understand exactly what I mean.
With no way to earn money and a game that is set up for you to not to win it makes it an easy decision for me not to recommend them.
Now the only reason I would say go ahead and try them out is if you’re looking for a game to challenge you.
However even then and with all the adverts integrated I wouldn’t recommend it.
There are other knife-throwing games on the store that will offer you better playing experience.
I know this isn’t the answer you were looking for as in an ideal world you would be paid fairly for your time with this app.
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While we have come to the end of this Knife Dash review I am still interested in hearing your thoughts.
If any of you have used the app? Been paid out? Do let me know by dropping a comment down below 🙂