Welcome to my Neon Pop Numbers review.
Now imagine someone coming up to you and offering you 20 dollars for doing absolutely nothing.
Well, that is exactly what this newly released making money game seems to be doing, at first, that is.
This is because, within their advert, it features someone who seems to be the owner of the game, explaining to one of his employees that everyone must get $20 paid to them once they sign up.
The advert pushed this idea that just by completing the steps of downloading Neon Pop Numbers and launching up, you will get that bonus without reaching any goal.
You may be here right now wondering if new users can really get this money, and are the developers that generous to give everybody what seems to be free money.
This is what got me initially interested, so if you want to learn what is really going on and whether this money is guaranteed to arrive in your bank account, then this review is for you.
Table of Contents
Neon Pop Numbers Review Summary
- Owner: Racgamecla
- What Are They?: Number Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 3/5
What Are Neon Pop Numbers?
Recently there has been a rise in games that have included numbers and the aspect of merging. Neon Pops Numbers is based on this as you need to burst 3 or more of one number to earn points and money.
Neon Pop Number was made by Racgamecia and right now has over 100k thousand installs.
They also have two other making money games. One is to do with numbers, and the other is around trains, but with both of those two games, they have many poor reviews.
How Does Neon Pop Number Work?
With Neon Pop Number, you have hence the name of the game neon themed 5×5 grid featuring numbers in multiples of two’s.
It’s very easy to understand as what you need to do is pop the numbers that are of the same number.
So if you have 5 green number 8’s like shown in the screenshot above, you can tap on them, and that will remove them from the grid.
When you remove numbers from the grid, you will earn coins, which will be shown in your balance in the top right-hand corner.
Super Combo Bonuses
Where the cash comes into play is I would say every few actions you make, you will get super combo bonuses.
This means you will get cash amounts which you can collect.
At the start, you get the $20 like promised in the advert, and from there, your next 5/10 payouts are within the $10 range.
However, as you start picking these up more frequently, diminishing rewards come into play
Meaning you are essentially earning less the more you play.
On the right-hand side of the game, you will see a chest with the word task on it.
Clicking on this will show around 13 tasks that you can work on.
If you are playing the game for the game itself, this is a feature of the game you might like.
However, I should point out some of these tasks. It’s unclear what it’s asking you to do.
For instance, you see the task that says I need to evolve 8. It’s poorly explained on what exactly I need to do.
Daily Check-In Reward
There are seven check-in rewards in total that new users can collect.
It starts with $10 on the first day and goes up to an absurd $100 on the seventh day.
In total, you can seemingly collect $230 without even playing the game, which sounds way too good to be true.
Apps like this will make tons of money with ads; however, not enough to pay someone the above amount for doing nothing.
You do need to watch one video per day for each of the rewards, but even then, it doesn’t justify such a generous reward.
What’s really going on here is they want to incentivize every user to at least play the game for 7 days.
It doesn’t matter too much to them if you carry on playing it after the week because if enough people do it, then they should make a sizeable amount of revenue.
Collecting Puzzles For Carnival Season
You have a feature of Neon Pop Numbers that is separate from the game itself, where you can collect jigsaw piece puzzles.
The incentive of doing this is, and this is what they state, win big prizes such as iPhone 12’s.
Puzzle piece ideas in making money games have been a recent trend that stems back to Puppy Town halfway through last year. The first game that went viral to feature it on their app.
That game now has over 50 million installs.
However, I don’t think anyone actually got a brand new iPhone. At least I saw no evidence.
But over time, I have seen the odd app add it in to their game, like with Neon Pop Numbers in this case.
The issue is that like the way the games work and how you get diminishing rewards for playing, it works the same for the jigsaws.
It’s not to say you will get paid if you collect all the required puzzles, but once you have a good number of these and are on your way to an iPhone 12, you will find them harder to get.
The top prize is an iPhone 12 Pro Max, which admittedly would be really cool to receive for this game. However, you need 100 of the jigsaw pieces to get them.
You get these puzzles for logging in each day, but where you will get them from is the Lucky Spin as pictured below.
If you put to one side how appealing it looks and the goodies that seem to be offered, but look at the small numbers, you will notice one detail that isn’t right.
For the iPhone on the right, which says x0-x0.5, that basically means you will get a puzzle piece within that region if you land on it.
However, because the minimum is set to x0, you can essentially receive none if landed on.
Most users won’t even pay attention to details like this one because they will see the rewards and just think if they spin enough, eventually they will make their way towards the reward.
But I am one step ahead as I know that while the majority of users will land on the 5-10 puzzles a few times, as you get closer towards the 100, you will get less.
I honestly wouldn’t be surprised to hear of users who are on 95.5 and keep on receiving 0 puzzle pieces.
This because the game has stopped giving them piece since they are so close to the threshold.
Are The Claims They Make True?
Right from the 1st second of the Neon Pop Numbers advert, I knew that the claims were lies.
So much so that it’s one of the biggest jokes of an advert I have watched since starting to review these games.
As I touched upon a little at the start of this Neon Pop Numbers app review, they talk about how every user should be given $20 for signing up.
Here is the exact point that it is mentioned:
While you are watching it, you think that this overly generous bonus is given to you.
You also start to believe you can withdraw it straight to your bank.
However, of course, that is not the case, and this money they can’t stop talking about is absolutely worthless.
It’s nothing more than a few numbers shown on your screen, as you are never receiving it.
The reason why it’s of no value to you is that just like the others, there is a huge threshold you must meet.
This is quite funny, as in the advert the boss talks about giving people money without them needing to fulfill any requirements to get it.
But that’s a lie because there is a threshold in place.
This being a minimum of $200.
Neon Pop Numbers seems to be yet another cash earning app that makes false promises and misleads users into downloading their app for a bonus that isn’t real.
Their advert presents the game as a game that will hand out money to everybody.
But realistically all the revenue they make will be kept for themselves, and the users won’t get a sniff.
The game being in early access and having a stupidly high minimum threshold also shows that this game has no intention of rewarding anyone fairly.
So because of that, and of course, the points I have made throughout this review, I don’t recommend you play this game to earn money. Instead, check out this highest rated reward site or this list of games that do pay.
I hope you got all the answers from this Neon Pop Numbers review that you were looking for.
Have you anything to ask me? Feel free to throw any questions that I have missed the answers to in the comments below!