Welcome to my One Liner app review.
Now, if I said to you that it was possible to earn money by drawing lines, you probably wouldn’t believe me.
Of which I don’t blame you, as for such a simple action it would be hard to thing that someone would pay you to that.
However, one company in particular recently released a game with the claim you can earn rewards by doing precisely that.
All you have to do is draw simple lines within a game, and you acquire currencies that can be cashed out.
But here’s the thing a lot of games nowadays are fake, so is this One Liner app real or not.
Find out by reading this post down to the end.
One Liner App Review Summary
- Owner: brhappyfull
- What Are They?: Puzzle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is One Liner?
So One Liner has I was getting onto above is an app that supposedly pays you to make lines.
Its a level-based puzzle game, where the more levels you complete, the harder it gets.
Now why interest is high for this game, which there are multiple variations of out there, is its rewards.
As the developers have added a feature where you can earn gems and coins that be converted for rewards for games like Free Fire.
Owned by brhappyfull but without any real info on them, they have got this game to over 1 million installs in a matter of weeks.
How Does One Liner Work?
Essentially you are colouring in blocks by drawing lines.
You have given a number of them to start with and what the aim is, is to completely fill all the blocks by using just one line.
As you would imagine, the game is relatively easy going to start with.
However, it gets more challenging as you progress through them.
Now obviously, playing One Liner for the concept of the game isn’t the main attraction.
Its not what’s reeling one million-plus players to come and play it, as quite frankly, there are many games just like this.
In fact, I have even reviewed a few that also offered earning opportunities consisting off:
Those games each offered lots of money, in fact, even in the range of $100+ a level however, ultimately they turned out to be fake.
This is along the same kind of lines as the game I am reviewing today has the tactics and concept is basically the same.
Only different being that instead of cash, you can earn diamonds for other games
How Do They Pay?
As you play One Liner, you will start picking up both yellow coins and blue diamonds.
You may be thinking what use is that to you?
However, if you click on the currencies in the right-hand corner, you are taking to a payout section.
This lists all the games that One Liner is supposedly giving rewards for.
For each game, you have the number of diamonds required to redeem that reward.
Just like you can see below:
This is also somewhat similar to these apps that have the same rewards in place:
My Thoughts On One Liner
Now, like anybody, this game got my attention as it says you can earn some fantastic rewards.
But it was two things in particular that intrigued me about this one and are also things I think you should know before downloading it yourself.
1. 1 Million installs In Just Two Weeks
Having had some experience trying out different money-making games, I have found some surge in downloads fast.
I am talking 100’s of thousands in the space of days. This seems to be the case with this game.
While games growing quick isn’t exactly unusual, the fact that this one is in early access mode.
Yet still has over a million installs is a big red flag.
It shows the developers are using the ad technique to try and get a specific audience which is most likely people who want in-game currencies for free.
The early access mode, not only will the game be hidden within the app store, but users can’t comment or leave public feedback.
So if the game was to not payout, then no one could leave a review warning others that it doesn’t.
Any users interested in making money for a game they are currently playing will therefore have to take the risk and hope it pays off.
However, since One Liner doesn’t pay, it means for the millions of players, no one will receive anything.
2. The concept being way too simple
Something I wish more people would understand before playing these games is that the concept is far too simple to make substantial money off.
What I mean by this is with games like One Liner, simply drawing a line is never going to make you either lots of free rewards for another app or money.
If it were that straightforward, you would have no one working as they would be at home dragging their fingers across screens completing levels on games.
Now saying that it doesn’t mean you can’t earn by playing some game on your phone, as its doable. I have done it multiple times over the years.
However there is a difference between those games that are run by developers, which you know nothing about, and apps like these which are established and well set up in a way where all users can be fairly paid out.
The best thing about One Liner is the concept is addictive. Even I found myself spending a few minutes on it, completing a few levels.
However, aside from the fun aspect, you would expect from a game like this. There is nothing more to it.
That means there is no way to earn a few gems or diamonds for one of your favorite games you play in your spare time.
Nor is there even a way to earn money through it, its not the intentions of the developers, and the app itself wasn’t set up to actually give out rewards.
It was only set up, to get millions of people sucked into thinking they could get fake rewards, while then making money of those people through video viewing.
I do hope this One Liner app review cleared up any questions you had on how it works and pays.
As you can see its not worth it, but if you do have any further things you would like to ask me on this app do let me know below 🙂