Today I will be bringing to you a Matching Puzzle Candy Blast Review.
Solving puzzles can be an excellent way to wind off at the end of the day.
However, along with the benefits of problem solving and memory, is it possible to complete them but get paid at the same time.
If you have come across the advert for today’s game, you may be thinking that this is perfect.
This is because it shows someone making between $50 and $500 for solving puzzles.
Is that accurate, and if you download Matching Puzzle Candy Blast, will you be able to earn those amounts too.
Make sure to stick around till the end of the post to find out if they are legit or a scam.
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Matching Puzzle Candy Blast Review Summary
- Owner: Roswell
- What Are They?: Puzzle Game
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is Matching Puzzle Candy Blast?
Matching Puzzle Candy Blast is a bubble blasting game that claims to give you rewards along the way.
They are owned by Roswell, which from looking at there other games aren’t established.
This is because there are other free cash games that they have created, but all of which only have a few thousand downloads to the name.
That is quite low when you compare it to others that I have reviewed, which have millions.
From 276 reviews at this time of reviewing, they have a rating of 4.6 out of 5, along with 10k installs within two weeks of release.
How Does It Work?
In the about this game section of the app store, they describe the game as one where users complete levels by clicking on adjacent squares.
While that is correct, its just an over elaborative way to say its just another bubble popping game.
There are so many games like this; you may be familiar with one of the biggest ones in Candy Crush.
But there are also similar themed games that claim to help you earn too, this in:
Just like the games above, you will be popping groups of bubbles. This one does a few slight changes, but nothing drastic for them to be completely different.
So as you can by the image of what a level in Matching Puzzle Candy Blast looks like, you have a grid of blocks. These consist of different colors.
Now, if you look at the top, you will see your target. For this level, I needed to pop eight blues and ten greens.
It sounds easy; however, at first, I failed because I didn’t realize there was a cap on moves. If you look at the top, you will see how many taps you can make. In this case, it was 15.
As you work your way up the levels, the conditions get harder and move stuff is added into levels to make it challenging.
If you cant complete a level, either by forfeit or running out of moves, you will lose a life. Lives are gained back through either watching videos or by waiting for the time to pass.
How To Make Money With Matching Puzzle Candy Blast?
Each level rewards an amount of money, this won’t be the same, but for the first two levels of Matching Puzzle Candy Blast, I accumulated $15.
Which was done in quick succession as early on, the levels are simple.
I got $10 for the first level and then after got $5 for completing the second.
As you see, this amount will continue to go down. It may hover at points where you get similar amounts for a few levels.
But based on other games, this will take a dive and only decreases.
How Do They Pay?
There are three payment choices for you. Normally there are just two with these games; however, with Matching Puzzle Candy Blast, you have the addition of ePayments.
With the green dollars, you earn you can cash out for electronic wallets in PayPal and ePayments like I just mentioned. You will need 100 dollars to get either of them.
On the other hand, there is a use for the coins, and they can be converted for Amazon gift cards. You need 200,000 coins for a $1, double the amount for $2, and triple for $3.
What You Need To Know
1. Not The Same Game As The Advert
For completing just one level, in the advert, it shows a reward of $500. This is not a representation of the real game and isn’t accurate of how much they pay.
Firstly the threshold is $100 and isn’t something you will reach within a few levels, and the other thing is the maximum amount I received for completing a level was $10.
2. Impossible Levels
These games are often challenging in the later levels, but one concern I found with Matching Puzzle Candy Blast is that there are certain levels that some users are finding impossible to get past.
I noticed a number of levels passed around in the feedback section, but it was level 47 that came up.
Users were reporting that there aren’t enough tiles to clear. This is a big problem as if you can’t get past a level, then your earning comes to a halt.
Here is just some of the feedback I found expressing frustration in this level problem.
3. Not Possible To Make $500
The advert for Matching Candy Puzzle shows dollars all over the place, which looks to have been earned from playing one of the levels.
As you watch, you see a user popping bubbles, and for each one, they do an extra $50 is added to the PayPal balance at the top.
Now what is crazy is after only a few taps, the PayPal balance hits $500, which considering only seemed to require a few seconds of playing it a lot.
Its all very over the top, and it does make it seem like money will flood in as soon as Matching Puzzle Candy Blast is installed on your phone.
However, and especially with what I have mentioned in this review that you will probably not earn a quarter, let alone half a grand.
The complaints I have read have been really discouraging, as there are users either getting stuck on certain levels, which aren’t possible to move fast or simply just having there earnings slowed down.
When you come across the advert, it does give the impression that you will be making three figures for every action that you do.
However, in Matching Puzzle Candy Blast, its a different story, and while money comes in nice at the start, it doesn’t carry on like that.
I am not confident that they will pay out anyone in the end, so due to that, I won’t recommend them. You may find earning money easy at the start, and you may be able to get too $75 easily.
The problem is that the last $25 or maybe less, well, that has suddenly become impossible to earn money.
Most of these games are the same in how they work, but I would go as far as to say this one is worse than other bubble bursting games, as, for a number of levels, there are glitches.
So even if you played solely for fun, you would likely still get frustrated.
So it does look like this is a game to avoid, and if your reading this Matching Puzzle Candy Blast Review to find out if it’s worth it, I think not.
Despite that, I am still keen on hearing your thoughts. Have you managed to reach the threshold or even been paid?
Do let me know by leaving a comment below 🙂