The game I will be talking about today is one I can’t seem to get away from.
They go by the name of Lucky Diamond and is a game I have come across a lot over the past week through an ad.
The ad I was presented showed someone crushing diamonds through what looked to be another puzzle game.
As this person clicked on these diamonds, it all turned to money, leaving $320 in the balance.
The description says you can win big, which makes sense when you see the advert.
But I have tried not only games of this type but also others by the developer Tuyoo games, and they all seem to grind your time.
Leaving users but nothing but there time wasted.
So there is a small chance that this isn’t a scam, but with that said, if you want to know for sure whether this one is legit, you have come to the right Lucky Diamond review.
Table of Contents
Lucky Diamond App Review Summary
- Owner: Tuyoo Games
- What Are They?: Matching Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Lucky Diamond?
Lucky Diamond is the latest of the Tuyoo Games to emerge. This one is similar to almost all the ones they have made.
The other aspect the developer seems to change is the theme. Normally they are animal-themed but almost always, they consist of users blasting cubes.
From there, you complete levels and get bonuses for each one you do. I encourage you to check them out below as you are likely to see the same components.
So there isn’t too much special about the game, but as this developer, as seen, a market for is people interested in making money online.
That is why they are constantly making new apps that claim to pay out people.
While Tuyoo Games make a lot of them, not every single one does well.
I linked the ones from 100 thousand to 1 million users for Lucky Diamond though they have already hit the 100k downloads and were launched back in August 2020.
How Does Lucky Diamond Work?
Lucky Diamond works a little different from what is advertised in the advert.
As shown in that ad, you have rows of diamonds. (I will insert a screenshot below, so you know what I am alluding too!)
And for what looks to be every tap, users get $10’s of dollars.
Now everything I have just stated, there is nothing like the actual game.
So let me talk you through how it works. Of which it does in the same way as:
On launch, you are prompted to accept the terms of privacy.
Once past this, you will have a screen like this below:
Above is the intro to the game, and as you can read to play the game, you simply have to match cubs of the same color in groups.
So already there is a difference to the advert in you have cubes rather than diamonds.
In fact, what you can see there is completely different, as if it was another game.
But that is the advertising of these games; in a nutshell, you can never believe anything shown to you from these making money games.
It shouldn’t be like that, but these developers like to tell lies whenever they can.
Moving back to Lucky Diamond, to pass through levels, you need to reach the goal presented at the top.
How To Make Money With Lucky Diamond
After you have collected the required cubes, you will get level up gifts.
These work in the same way as other Tuyoo games.
Now to get that first payout, you need to finish 2 levels.
Finish both of them, and you will have $15.01 given to you.
It feels nice to get that bonus. However, there is a long way to go.
That’s because payouts don’t start until you reach $150.
For the next part of the Lucky Diamond app review, I will talk through a few elements to the game you should be prepared for.
What You Need To Know About
1. Releasing The Same Game Over Again
If you are wondering why a developer like Tuyoo Games would carry on making new versions of what is practically the same game. Well, the answer is simple.
When a new app like Lucky Diamond is released, there is some hype. People go check out and maybe play it for a while.
But after a while, they realize that they aren’t going to be earning money.
These apps build a reputation for not paying out, and therefore that early excitement for the game dies.
So the best thing to do is make a new game, with a completely new name and a different theme. It’s like turning over a new slate.
That’s exactly what these people have done and continue to do.
It’s a cycle that continues to repeat, and as long as they can exist, it will carry on as there will always be people who fall for it.
2. Struggling After Reaching $130
When you review the same game by a developer so many times, you notice the same tendencies.
I went to look at the Lucky Diamond section review, where I saw a lot of the users had reached the $130 threshold; however, I found it harder to make money.
As I shared earlier in this review, all users, including myself, get $15 for completing the first few levels.
So theoretically, you would be thinking after about 30 levels or so, you would have more than enough to cash out for a PayPal reward or Amazon Gift Card.
However, from what I am reading, I wasn’t surprised to see that people reached a stage where the only payout was a few cents every 3/4 level.
This means if you have $20 left to get paid, you will have to wait for ages to get anywhere near the minimum threshold.
Despite being ever so similar to previous games Tuyoo Games have made, most users weren’t complaining about the game, has a lot of people are enjoying Lucky Diamond.
After all, these bubble bursting games, despite being overdone, are hard not to like.
The problem is that people are turning to the app to make money like promised in the advert.
However, since users are getting to that $130 region only to find it really hard to earn the last remaining dollars.
It does show that just like the rest of the developer’s games, this one won’t payout either.
That brings me to the summit of this Lucky Diamond app review. Of which I hope was useful to you.
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