Welcome to my Lucky Clover app review.
Picture a leprechaun.
Now picture a pot of gold.
I would like you to now imagine getting your hands on that pot of gold.
All while doing the simple action of spinning virtual slots from your phone.
But also too good to be true right?
Well, this app I will be talking to you about has other ideas.
Has this app called Lucky Clover is promising users just that.
Now while this app maybe very new in town, only hitting the app store recently.
They are making the bold claim that inside this pot of gold, is payments such as $6,035.
Question is, is it really attainable and can someone like yourself, get there hands on these amazing payouts.
Well stick around, as I will cover all you need to know about Lucky Clover.
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Lucky Clover: The Game
So what is Lucky Clover?
Well its a slots game that revolves around Leprechauns and has I mentioned those desirable pots of golds.
With the simple act of spinning these slots.
The expectation set by the owners is that waiting at the end of the rainbow is huge cash prizes.
Now who exactly is making these claims.
Well that is owners SunnySmileGames, which with a friendly name, would give you no reason not to believe what they say.
However from my research, I was unable to find much on the developer.
In terms of how much they have paid.
Or even the users in there adverts, who are seemingly getting a living from there games alone.
But what I do know is two things.
Firstly they have released five similarly themed games within the past few weeks.
All of which are claiming to payout huge sums.
Which is massive, for apps that haven’t been around long.
Secondly each of these are conveniently in early access mode.
So if you wanted some evidence, in the form of users reviews to help back up there claims.
Good luck finding them, has they have been conveniently blocked by the developers
Lets now delve a little deeper into these promotions and claims they are making.
The Advertisements and Claims
Its no secret that apps like Lucky Clover rely on advertising campaigns to peak the interest of new users.
After all its a great way to grow, by sharing your fantastic app.
However I can’t help but be a little skeptical about what SunnySmilesGames are doing to reel in there users.
With a few promotional videos published by them, the one that caught my eye was one showing a user earning 4 figure amounts.
In this video, it showed a woman, pointing down to payment proof that showed a payment coming in from Lucky Clover of $6,035.
As you continue watching you also see claims that you can get a $1000 sign up bonus.
Aswell as the potential prospect of earning $3000 a day.
These are mindblowing amounts for any money making game.
Let alone an app that has literally been around for a matter of weeks.
But with it being new on the app store and only having 1k installs, maybe we should give it the beneift of the doubt.
After all it could be a hidden gem, that is actually paying all these amounts out.
The Reality of Lucky Clover
Now has you start playing Lucky Clover, a few things quickly become apparent.
Firstly the game is very easy to earn with.
Simply spinning there 5×3 reel slot, is enough to warrant any user with huge amounts.
In fact in my initial first experience of the game, I received £42.
Not too shabby for doing nothing but downloading the app on my phone.
However it gets better.
I was able to double that amount, meaning I ended up with £84.
Having only played for a minute.
Now if you think this is lucky.
Well not quite, as it turns out whatever algorithm has been put in place.
Is designed to continually reward players really well.
Not reflecting the reality of actual slot machines, that will only give you a fraction of what you put in.
Has for that second aspect I clocked onto quick, was the sign up bonus.
The video we spoke about in the previous section, featured a voice over that said you could get a $1000 sign up bonus.
However this was not given, and was no where to be seen once I had started up the game.
Luckily though this isn’t too much of an issue, has with how easy this virtual money comes your way, you will soon forget all about this.
The Verdict on Lucky Clover
You would like to think that Lucky Clover is a game in which you are getting lucky earning lots of money and being actually being paid it.
However unfortunately they aren’t able to live up to that.
Despite the fun of spinning virtual slots, and the immediate attraction of racking up lots of virtual money and coins.
The reality is, none of it actually bears any value has it isn’t withdrawable.
Despite a payment section showing in the app, which gives you the impression that you are always seconds away from that desired PayPal payment with there $300 threshold.
Which by the way is rather contrasting to there advert, where they promised no limits on withdrawals.
The other red flag that questions the legitimacy of the app, is the early access status.
With it in this status, you are kept in the dark over where it pays, as you are unable to verify the apps ability to pay, by seeing if others have been successful.
Meaning the only way to find out if they do, is to play it yourself, which has were concluding now, could very well be a huge waste of time.
That though was my full Lucky Clover app review, if you have any questions do let me know in the comments below 🙂