Welcome to my Paint Block app review.
One of the best ways to chill out after a long day is through painting. It can be relaxing and quite therapeutic.
However, for this app I recently became aware of, they are claiming you can make some very nice figures through painting.
More specifically, through painting blocks different colours within this game.
The numbers are there to be seen, and while users can rack up $2800+ like in the title, does it mean their bank accounts actually receive this amount.
Now I tend to have a good nose for sniffing out what kind of games will pay or not. After all, I have reviewed close to 300+ games in the past 5 years.
So if the question on your mind is whether doing something relaxing will earn you money, I recommend reading this post.
Paint Block App Review Summary
- Owner: Xfungames
- What Are They?: Puzzle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Paint Block?
The goal for many people is to grow up and find a job that pays them well to do something they enjoy.
So with many people who are interested in art or just love playing games, already the idea of Paint Block immediately sounds good.
Now, as I was getting at the start, this game claims to pay you about $2000 when you fill in blocks and then supposedly pays you once you have $19,999 in the balance.
It sounds amazing, but with a game being widely released to many people online and with anyone being able to use the app, it is hard to wrap your head around the idea that everyone can earn thousands with it.
Of course, it would be cool if possible, but if your average joe, were able to paint pictures with blocks in some game for 4 figure sums, then surely no one would be working standard jobs?
The amount of money paid through this game would beat any regular job income and hours.
That is why when games such as Paint Block arise, it is so hard to believe the claims the developers make.
Because you can’t imagine a scenario where it would be possible to pay people the way they claim.
How Does Paint Block Work?
Going off what’s written in the description, the developer XFungames has described it as a puzzle game where you move blocks around a grid.
When you connect blocks of the same colour, they will fade away, resulting in bonuses given to you as well as points.
The points are essentially a distraction to what’s really going on, as no user is really interested in getting as many points as they can.
Instead, its all about connecting blocks to earn these bonuses that the owners give to their users.
Talking of these bonuses, not only are they easy to get hold of, but players can earn lots of virtual money from the get-go.
How Do Users Go About Earning Money?
From doing my research, I found a pattern with how this game works and pays out.
To start with, when you load it up and place just one single block on the grid, you get the amount shown below:
Of course, this is not real, nor is it actually being sent to your PayPal, but when you press claim, its awarded to your virtual funds within the game that you can then build up.
As you connect more blocks together, the bonuses keep coming in.
To a point where you are in a position where you see numbers on your screen of over $10,000.
Basically, silly numbers, but despite me not believing this for a second, many users do.
When people don’t receive this money, they get frustrated as they feel it is owed.
These amounts were not cashable and were nothing more than numbers on a screen the whole time.
How Do They Pay?
There are two mind-blowing aspects to Paint Block. First, you have the concept as a whole in which the owners think they can seriously portray the image that people can make life-changing salaries moving blocks.
Onto the second aspect, and that is the payouts.
Now I have reviewed several games/apps, and I can tell from all the ones that do payout, the thresholds are more small but feasible.
So while with an app like, let’s say, Mistplay, where they pay you to play games, but only pay you between £2-£10 a month.
Its those amounts that are at least feasible and means the company can actually give those amounts out.
However, with a game like Paint Block, the way it works is far different, and that is because its fake.
The thresholds are currently at $19,999, which means that cashing out would earn someone close to a full-time income.
Users can reach these thresholds fairly quickly within a few days of playing, and that is how you know that is all a lie.
Because instead of working for 12 months with a regular job, these folks have put the idea in peoples heads that they can earn the same amount faster.
But also by doing a skill that is so common, the only legitimate companies who pay people to play games give out small amounts.
That, however, doesn’t companies like the ones in charge of this one, creating carbon copies of their games or others on the market with fake earning opportunities regularly.
While I am a big fan of art and finding ways to earn money, I will not be entertaining this Paint Block app for any longer.
I have written this post only to share with you what the developers are really doing here.
They may look from first impressions like they are trying to help you earn, but really they are just helping themselves only.
The big sums will draw a lot of eyes. However, despite you being able to get $2000 within seconds of loading the Paint Block app, you won’t actually receive it.
So this is something you should know before you start putting more time into it because games like this if you aren’t playing for the game itself, are just time sinks.
Now, if you are at a point where you like I am done with apps, and you are even thinking of giving up with them, let me throw my recommendations your way before you do.
You can check out my list of favourite money-making apps right here, which hopefully will help you start earning money as soon as today.
That has brought us to the end of my Paint Block App review.
If you have any questions, let me know below 🙂