Welcome to my Lucky Cube app review.
Of late, I have been covering a lot of Nigel Fowler games has recently. They have been dropping several money-themed games on the app store.
From these reviews, I would love to say that I only had good things to say about them.
But the reality of the matter is they aren’t great, and to be quite blunt, Nigel and his team are making some suspicious games that are nothing like the claims they make.
This post focuses on another one of their games called Lucky Cube, and I tell you, you will want to read this post right through to the end as some of the findings I found will shock you.
So without any more ado, let’s get into it.
Lucky Cube App Review Summary
- Owner: Nigel Fowler
- What Are They?: Making Money Games
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Lucky Cube?
So as made clear in the intro Lucky Cube is a money-making game, made by Nigel Fowler.
Nigel has already made other games of this type. Dozer Mania and Disco Ball being just a few.
The game right now is gathering a lot of attention, this is due to two things:
- The title in the app store which states you can win free rewards
- Claiming people are making full-time incomes playing the game (more on this later!)
Now with all these claims, and plenty of adverts that seem to feature paid actors the result is over 50’000 people downloading the game.
How Does Lucky Cube Work?
The thumbnail of the game shows a cube with the number 2048 on it.
It is therefore just another merging numbers together game, and the concept used as been taken from games like Neonball Master.
When you open up the game you will be shown a stack of cubes, including 2’s, 4’s, 8’s all in different colours.
The aim is to merge the same colours together by firing at them.
Here is an image of the gameplay:
As you can see my next block to play with is a 4.
Now, as you see, there are two blue, four blocks and one black 32 block.
If I hit the other number 4 block with mine, they will join to make an 8.
When you merge these blocks, you unlock numbers plus money.
The game will award you plenty of cash, to begin with, and even tempts you with a multiplier where you can multiply the virtual money.
How Much Is The Virtual Money Worth?
Well since it is virtual money it has no use, apart from being nice to look at in the app.
Right now I have $126 after playing the game for a few minutes.
But I can’t do anything with it, which I am completely fine with,
That is because I know no one will pay me hundreds of dollars to play for a few minutes.
In the game, they do though have payment options shown, of which it looks like you can withdraw anything you can make.
You have coupons that can be withdrawn once you have hit $300.
60 million coins will convert for the same amount.
Finally, a sum of $1000 when you collect 100 of those Amazon cards given during the game.
Moving back to what I said just a second ago, you won’t be able to withdraw or receive any of this money.
You will likely get close to reaching one of those thresholds listed above.
But like Nigel’s other game, they won’t actually pay you.
Using Clips From Established YouTube Channels
If you are new to Nigel Fowler or any of these scammy games, let me tell you what one of the most common traits they have.
That is, they love to use other peoples faces and take clips from videos without permission.
They take clips and then edit it in a way, so it looks like they are either promoting or talking about the game.
I have seen victoria secret models, TikTokers, and as the heading says, YouTubers used.
This of course makes no sense, as the people used are established and would have nothing to do with these games.
But companies like Nigel Fowler use them because they know familiar faces can sell anything.
Just look at TV adverts nowadays. They are filled with celebrities.
Those brands have likely spent thousands to get them involved.
Using CUT For There Own Adverts
Now, let’s move back to Lucky Cube because I want to focus on here.
One of their adverts that brought my attention to the game, was a video where various people were saying how much they make.
Here is a screenshot:
Now straight away, I smelt something off about this advert.
You can see in the background that it is white.
The video shot is similar to an established YouTube channel called Cut’.
Now they do these videos where they ask short questions to 100’s of people to get a range of different answers, which makes for interesting videos.
Here is where that clip was originally from:
You see that screenshot above. Well, this is the original video.
I can confirm they are talking about there annual incomes and not talking about how much they make at home.
Portraying The Image, You Don’t Need A Job
Now the whole reason why I started this website was to share to people and show them that you don’t have to settle for less or ordinary and that if you want to create the life you want to, you can.
However, when games come into the picture making claims that you can make $45,000 from playing a game.
You, therefore, have thousands of people who think they don’t need to work to make money.
That is not the case, and to get big sums of money you have to work hard for it.
You can’t play a game and get 5 figures.
Of course you can get lucky by winning competitions, but the odds of winning sweepstakes of very slim.
Out of thousands of people who enter these, only a few actually win money too.
This is my gripe with games like Lucky Cube. They give people the impression that money is so easy to get.
Just by downloading their game, you will get this easy cash.
These developers all know the game though, that game being fooling thousands and sometimes millions of people into thinking this way.
All do so that they can then exploit them and make money from them instead by showing endless ads.
Any adverts where you see someone saying they got paid four/five figures by a game is ultimately a lie.
These people are likely paid actors and the developers just want to trick you into watching endless adverts.
Reviewing this game with other games made by Nigel Fowler fresh in the mind, I already had an idea of what this game was going to be about.
It seems almost certain that the developers are employing the same tactics to fool thousands of more people into thinking they can win.
What sums up these games, and shows them for the real scam artists they are is the fact they are using other peoples video and twisting it to make it look like they are talking about there games.
These YouTubers likely have no idea that there are videos that are being used in these adverts, and it is just wrong that they are able to get away with it.
So to conclude, I would say that this game is yet another scam. As a result, I don’t advise anyone to pick up the game. You won’t make money and will be set to lose a lot of your time if you try and play it for rewards.
Thanks for taking the time to read my Lucky Cube app review.
I do hope you found the answers you needed, and if you have any other questions then do reach out to me by dropping a comment 🙂