Are you here at this Lucky Blast app review to learn if popping elements in a game can be lucrative for you.
I just finished watching the advert for this game, of which I nearly burst out laughing too.
The reason is that it shows a woman holding a big rack of cash.
She is shown waving it around while the video claims that it was earned by playing Lucky Blast.
You might have downloaded the game and thought, hang on a minute am I going to get paid for playing it.
After all, what is the good in putting hours into a game for no reason, so you going to want to know if this one is genuine.
So I will be telling you here within this post essentially whether this game is legit or just one big joke.
Lucky Blast App Review Summary
- Owner: MeetJoy Studio
- What Are They?: Bubble Matching Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Lucky Blast?
Everyone wants to make easy money, and in and being paid stacks upon stacks to play games would work for most people.
This is exactly what Lucky Blast comes across as from the ads.
Its featured as another one of those bubble blasting games, with an incentive of earning.
Now here on this site, I am at the point where I have reviewed so many games that many developers pop up again.
One I haven’t heard from in a while is MeetJoy Studio. This developer is very clued up, having just 4 games on the store, and each of them has over 1 million installs.
The other game is Puppy Town, a game that hit 50 million installs.
For a period of time, this game was the only one people were talking about, and that was mainly due to all the iPhone 12’s that were promised.
However, when you have millions of installs, it’s inevitable that not everyone is going to get their wish of a new gadget.
This one was deemed one of the biggest making money games and a big con.
This is important for this Lucky Blast review because these are the same people who are in on this game too.
It features the same claims, just under a slightly different concept.
Over the rest of this post, you will not only learn more about the game but why I am not an advocate of any of MeetJoy’s applications.
How Does Lucky Blast Work?
I have tried out 100’s of games, a lot of them being simple ideas redone.
One type of game that I have almost become sick of seeing is bubble blasting games (mainly because they are well overdone!).
These developers who launch money-making games love to put their own touch on this concept because it’s so easy.
They get their users to pop bubbles and then chuck an ad in here and there.
So what you can expect from Lucky Blast is something very similar to Candy Crush.
Now above you, you have how it appears in-game,
You have Chinese foods thrown in the mixer, and when you pop these elements shown in that box at the top, you get a bonus.
As you can see, I need to remove 20 fortune cookies. By doing so, I complete the level.
How To Make Money With Lucky Blast?
Lucky Blast entice you into playing their game for hours with various virtual rewards.
You have cash, which is the main currency that users get rewarded with
This is attained while in levels and at the end of levels as bonuses.
This means while completing levels, you might get small amounts of money.
Plus, there is a cash bonus waiting for you at the end of the level.
The amount awarded to you after removing the elements required will vary.
When you start, you get $12 a level, and it stays this way for a few levels.
This is before the inevitable decline.
How Do They Pay?
While you are removing these elements, you should see some puzzle pieces appear.
These will be placed into the 7×7 grid, and when you click on them, you get the puzzle.
Now individually, these puzzle pieces aren’t worth too much.
However, where these are supposedly valuable is when you collect an amount that can be used to redeem a reward.
When you collect puzzles, you will be shown a number of items.
These include top phones such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and the iPhone 12, which I alluded to earlier as prizes involved in MeetJoy Studio’s other games.
For each prize shown, you must attain a number of puzzles before you can redeem it.
So moving back to the levels you might be playing when an iPhone puzzle piece pops up.
It doesn’t mean you have won the phone itself. You have just collected one of the pieces towards getting it.
But to let you in a little secret, these games will be highly unlikely to give these prizes to everyone playing.
It’s a heads up from me, as the adverts make it look like you will be getting them instead of winning them.
How Do They Pay?
Cash is given without much thought with this game.
Now, if you’re getting $25 in a virtual account from playing a game for a few minutes, which was the case for me, I can completely understand why you would question the legitimacy of a game like this one.
So the question is whether you can redeem these amounts of money, and what options are there.
At the top of the game, there should be a link showing to a My Cash page.
This page will show you the withdrawal amounts, which are $200, $300, and $400.
PayPal is also stated as the method they use to pay out these amounts.
I don’t really think these amounts are being sent to their users.
It’s more of a cover up to keep people.
Will Lucky Blast Pay You?
In the section where I spoke about cash given on a level bonus.
It looks like from the number of users reviews that I read, you will be stopped.
You will find that after hours of straining your eyes, that the developers stop giving you money.
So you get $12 generous dollars a level at the start.
However, it is all cut off once you get near the threshold.
I hate this aspect of this game because I know that for a lot of the players, they feel there is only one outcome when the money starts flowing in, and that is cashing out.
However, and let me say I have reviewed so many games to count, nearly all games stop you from reaching thresholds.
From there, I have seen extremes where the minimum threshold is $100, and for the first level, you get $80.
But each level, from then on, is $0.01 or somewhere within that region.
At the end of the day, there is no luck in these games. There is no such thing as winning money.
That is because it is all pre-determined.
If I had a wager with a mate, with who could get to $200 first in Lucky Blast.
We would both not only reach the same point, but also the same level bonuses too.
It is fixed and not worth it at all.
What You Need To Know About
1. Spammy Notifications
Meetjoy Studios games are very quickly uninstalled from my phone after I write reviews for them.
Not because the games aren’t fun to play, but more they spam you with horrible notifications.
From my time playing them, I have been sent notifications saying I have won $100. It’s my lucky day, important notifications, etc.
All of which is just clickbait to get you to get back on the game.
It’s like spam email, but the difference is instead of going down the chute; you get alerted of them.
So if you are to play it, I would recommend at least turning these off because they get annoying quick.
2. Waste Of Your Time
Trust me on this one. Games like this are a waste of your time.
They are selling you this dream that you will get rich playing a game.
But rather, it’s the opposite because it’s the developers cashing in from you playing it.
MeetJoy Studio has been around for a few years and knows exactly what there doing with the advertising of their games.
Along with designing games in a way that keeps people hooked and not in a good way.
If you play this game, you will not move closer to a payout because the developer is in complete control.
To bring this Lucky Blast app review to a close, I am going to tell you my overall verdict.
That is, the game is good if you look at it from the point of view as just a game.
However, as a possible earning opportunity, on the other hand, well, I don’t think it can be classed as one.
What you see with this game is nothing like the advert.
In this advert, it states you can get rich, but the fact no one is reporting getting any money speaks volumes.
I don’t recommend them at all and recommend you avoid them.
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Have you played Lucky Blast and want to leave your say on the game?
Feel free to do so below 🙂