Thanks for taking the time out to seek out an Owl Popstar Blast app review.
I say that because this game uses the same tactics as other developers to fool its users into playing the game for money.
They try to lead you to believe that by popping different coloured animals, you can withdraw amounts such as $200.
I have tried many apps like this one, which even includes another made by the same people that operate in the same fashion.
So in this review, I will explain what the owners are plotting here with this game and whether you can benefit in any way or cash out by playing this game.
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Owl PopStar Blast App Review Summary
- Owner: BigBang Popstar
- What Are They?: Block Blasting Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Owl PopStar Blast?
Owl PopStar Blast is a game where you blast owl bubbles to earn amounts of cash and storm through the levels they have created.
The people behind it are called the BigBang Team, which ring a bell for me because I reviewed a game from them around last Christmas.
That one was called BigBang Popstar. It is like this one, apart from the fact it’s just normal bubbles you’re popping and not animal ones like you have with this game.
They also have the same sound effects as a game called Crazy Popstar. While it has a different developer in charge of it, it has some suspiciously identical characteristics.
What is more important is not how the game plays but the common similarities between earning opportunities.
The last game, which even managed to reach one million installs, gave you PayPal cards to complete each level.
While this one kind of does the same, by having an in-game currency where you can convert it for what looks to be redeemable cash amounts.
I have seen many reviews for Owl PopStar blast in the past seven days, as it seems to be the new game to play to earn money.
They have been on the market for two weeks, but with 100k installs already stamping their authority.
How Does Owl PopStar Blast Work?
It does make a change to have a game in Owl PopStar that feels rewarding to play.
I don’t mean in the way of earning money, as you will find they don’t deliver in that department.
However, gameplay and looks-wise, everything is quite smooth.
To the point where you could see this game doing well if there were no silly cash elements present within the game.
Developers tend to ruin their games by putting withdrawable functions in their app and endless pop-ups saying you have earned x amount.
Some of the time, the game would do perfectly fine without this in the game.
Now playing the game, you are just popping bubbles.
These bubbles happen to be different coloured owls.
When you pop a colour, all the ones that are the same and are next to them will vanish.
The game is broken down into stages, with you starting on level 1 and then once you have removed all the owls allowing you to move on to level 2.
At the bottom of the screen, as you can see in the image above, you have four power-ups.
These help you out if you have a few owls spare that you couldn’t get rid of.
How To Earn Money With Owl PopStar Blast?
Each stage that is finished is a stage for users to get a cash bonus.
For most users, they care more about, instead of the satisfaction of making progress with Owl PopStar Blast.
However, with the need to make money, and this developer, in particular, giving you lots of money per level, you can hardly blame them.
Now depending on which version you have, as you could have one where you only get coins instead of money, you should see some a cash balance.
This will be showing in the right top hand corner and will update every time you collect money.
You will be given money for completing a stage. That is the first way.
But they also have an incentive for you, where if you reveal 4 owls in a box, you can earn bonus money.
As you can see by the screenshot below, two of them have cash while the others have standard coins.
How Do They Pay?
BigBang Popstar and their team love even numbers that are in their hundreds.
They have big rewards, consisting of $200, $400, $600, $800 and $1000 amounts.
You can try your best to build-up to the amounts above from playing the game to redeem them.
I must warn you there may be some banana skins in front for those who are genuinely trying to withdraw.
The last game I tested from this developer made it so that the more you play, the less you are rewarded.
You may get a good chunk of money, to begin with, making it easy for you to get to $100 fairly fast.
However, once you get anywhere near $200, you might find the rate at which you are rewarded is lessening.
Some developers don’t care about you reaching thresholds, while others do.
Not that it really matters from my experience, since I am yet to find a game that pays three figures genuinely for playing games.
It’s for that reason that I wouldn’t recommend you try it out yourself to find out, as personally, I think it’s a waste of time.
What Are People Saying About Owl PopStar Blast?
The problem with Owl PopStar is that the owners are smart enough to shut down their comments section.
Do they do this by putting their game in early access, stopping anyone from sharing their experiences or thoughts on the game.
Luckily there is another way around this to see how people are getting on with this game.
After releasing my last review for Big Bang PopStar, I had a few game users express their frustration.
So while I can’t find any feedback on Owl PopStar, I can refer back to another game made by the same people.
All the people to leave a comment on that post said how they played the game and collected the money fine.
However, after putting a withdrawal request in, they have heard nothing back from the owners.
No money is being sent, and users are being left confused for months after playing, wondering what’s taking so long.
The clear answer on why this is happening is simply the developers are talking a lot of waffle and have no plan to pay anyone genuinely.
They have found a loophole, which you have to say fair play to them, but because of that 100’s of thousands of people will be really disappointed.
I still remember reviewing the owners of Owl Popstar Blast’s other game and having the same thoughts.
Both are decent enough games that most people will have fun with.
However, they are each ruined by not only earning opportunities but people playing, only to be frustrated at no rewards being given out.
Now I can tell you right now that no matter which game you try and play, you will find it almost impossible to earn with.
Since these people have no plan on giving out, people will continue to play their games until they realise that it isn’t a genuine opportunity to build an income.
This is why I recommend you to play this game only to have fun blasting animal blocks but not to redeem money.
If you are on that hunt for real ways to earn cash from your phone, here is a list of recommended apps that you can’t go wrong with.
I hope this Owl PopStar Blast app review gave you the answers to your questions.
If you do have anything else to ask me that I may not have covered, do let me know below 🙂