Welcome to my Lucky Home Review.
With the apps on the market, there seem to be so many options when it comes to making money.
Not only are they saying you make some cash, but often they make claims you win big. This is very much the case with the game I will be talking about today.
When I first came across Lucky Home, it was through an advert. It featured three people playing what looked like free cash games on their phones.
Two of them were claiming how they just made $30 in the space of a few minutes while the other person was struggling to earn from another game.
From the get-go, you knew where the advert was heading, and that was in the direction of showing you a game that will make you loads of money. I have seen the same kind of adverts for other games by Tuyoo Games.
Now while the developers don’t have the best of reputation, I am going to bring you a review of there new game Lucky Home.
I will be breaking the news to you on whether they pay out or like the others are just another letdown.
Table of Contents
Lucky Home Review Summary
- Owner: Tuyoo Games
- What Are They?: Bubble Game
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is Lucky Home?
Lucky Home is another game released by Tuyoo Games that claims to help users become big winners.
Tuyoo is a game developer that has been around since 2013. They have created many games, some of which have offered earning opportunities.
The game is advertised as a home decorating one where you customize your house.
However, from what I found, this is only a small percentage of what the game is about.
Like I said in the introduction, the advert showed how someone was popping colored bubbles and making what looked like fake money. It also showed how the user had received $30.25.
Above is where it shows two people recommending the game. Below it shows the end of the Lucky Home advert where the money is made.
Now the creators of the game are known for many other free cash games, and surprise surprise for all of the ones I have reviewed so far, I was not able to see any evidence that they paid out.
These games consist off:
The latter of the two is very similar to Lucky Home, as while it says decorating on the title, the game is more puzzle-based.
Both of the games above have reached 100’s of thousands of downloads. So far, this one sits on 100k, but since Tuyoo Games always seem to do well, that total will increase very soon.
How Does Lucky Home Work?
If you type in Lucky Home into the app store or come across it, you will see in the title that it says House Design and Decor.
Now while yes, this is in the game; that is not what you will be doing to earn money.
Instead, the case is that, like I briefly mentioned above, you will be bursting bubbles.
Its one of the most straightforward concepts in a game, and I have reviewed many that revolve around this, including:
When you launch the game, you are shown level 1 of Lucky Home.
This is a grid of blocks that is familiar with so many other games of its type.
At the top, you will see the goal of the color of the blocks you need to clear and how many you must burst before moving on to the next level.
Here is an example that also shows you the tutorial that I was shown.
I needed to pop nine of the blue balls to move on to level two.
While playing this game, it did feel like I was playing another of the Tuyoo games.
Even though the name is different, it felt so similar.
Decorating Your House
This feature is such an odd one. It feels to me as if it is has been thrown in, so it doesn’t look like they’re releasing the same game again.
Now when you think of decorating a house game, you probably thinking of something whether you get to customize everything.
But here you are designing rooms and choosing the color of wallpapers and furniture.
For each level you complete, you get gems, and this is where it will be required.
You can decorate three rooms in total. However, all in all, this is very basic.
How To Make Money With Lucky Home
How these games payout is on a level basis.
You complete a level, and in return, you earn some non-withdrawable cash.
However, here you don’t get anything straight away. You need to complete the second level first.
After doing so, only then will you be given a bonus.
For me, I got $15, and this was followed by another $10 shortly after for completing level 3.
So in total and from 5 minutes of my time, I got $25.19
How Do They Pay?
Apps have different thresholds in place, and these will dictate how much you get at the start and what you will get for each level.
Because the threshold is at $150, you are given some decent gifts of around $10 for the first five levels. However, after that, the money does go down fast.
In order to get paid, you must reach the threshold. Only then can you get PayPal or Amazon.
What I Am Not A Fan Off
1. Tuyoo Games Aren’t Great
The threshold to get rewarded with Lucky Home is in line with there other games as they all have the same requirements.
Now while the threshold is high, it is okay as long as the game does payout.
However, from not only refamiliarising myself with Tuyoo Games by looking at past reviews I have done but from looking into those reviews in the store, it doesn’t look like they payout.
Since the developers have a reputation for not paying out and making it hard for their users to reach the required amount, it’s hard to see that trend stopping with new games to bring out.
2. Misleading Reviews
At the moment, Lucky Home is hitting 4.6 stars, which put into perspective is very good.
However, it’s by far an accurate representation of the game, as if you look at them, it becomes very apparent these aren’t from people who have been paid yet.
Let me show you a few examples:
As you can see, this user has made $45 and is claiming that the game is unlike others out there. However, while she has made some, it’s not for her to be paid yet, as she hasn’t reached the minimum threshold.
How can she be so confident in recommending them or even back up the game when she hasn’t been paid by them.
This theme continues as there are so many users saying how they have made an ‘x’ amount. However, I never saw more than $150, which shows me a lot of these have been written prematurely.
Its when you look at 1-star review, and admittedly there aren’t as many, but they tell you whats going on.
Here is the first one I saw:
The user is right about the advertising is false, as I was talking about it showed users getting paid $30, which isn’t doable.
On to the second part of the complaint is also like you would expect with earnings going down.
If you are new to free cash games, this is done often, where users start seeing there payouts go down.
As was the case with:
Since I reviewed my first Tuyoo Game about two months ago, I haven’t been a fan. This was because I have found the same advertising techniques and the same patterns with payouts.
Users earn money, get towards the $100 mark before seeing a big drop in earnings.
From here, either you get lucky and make it to the threshold, or you just struggle with only getting a fraction of a cent for your time.
So ultimately, this is also the case with Lucky Home, which is why I am not going to recommend them.
If you want to play a game to do with home decorating, I would also chime in and say to browse for other games.
If anything, this is just a bubble popping game and not much more than that.
Feel free to drop a comment letting me know what you think underneath this Lucky Home review in the comment section.