Welcome To Planet Bloom app review
If you have ever been intrigued by the idea of generating some passive income on your phone.
Then it’s likely a game like this will catch your intention.
Not only do they appeal to those who want to use their phone to earn money.
But also those who like the sound of getting rich by playing some game.
Now while in this case, these developers have everything in front of you.
From nice rewards to various types of virtual currencies, there is a lot to suggest with this game that it might not be as good as it first looks.
If you were one of the users, to either download Planet Bloom or hear about it from word of mouth and start wondering if it’s actually legit.
Then this post is going to help you understand how this game works and the money sides of things.
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Planet Bloom App Review Summary
- Owner: Win-Win easygame2020
- What Are They?: Making Money App
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Planet Bloom?
So Planet Bloom is a game where you merge different planets.
The idea is to connect planets of the same type so that they combine to make greater ones.
As you make progress in the game, you are given amounts of money in the form of ‘bonuses’ which users can then collect.
Now the game has been thrown together by developers Win-Win easygame2020.
Of which have a history of creating these same types of games.
The sole purpose of this game and any others they have made is not to create a great user experience.
But more to earn lots of revenue while imprinting the idea that merging planets will help users make three figures over and over again.
The second you download the game, you will be given different amounts of money for both PayPal and Amazon.
Despite being quite boring, these games all generated big numbers, with the latter even bringing in 1 million installs.
How Does Planet Bloom Work?
Planet Bloom works like other merging type games. For this one, instead of switching around numbers in a grid-like an owner’s other games, you are dropping down onto a floor within the game.
You will start with a planet at the top of the screen, of which you can choose where to place it by moving your finger from left to right on the screen.
After dropping a few of these planets, you will start to see the same ones, of which from these can be merged with others you have already dropped.
As an example, here is a screenshot of Planet Bloom’s gameplay:
If I were to drop the orange planet onto the one shown, it would increase in size and essentially take you to the next level in planets.
So as you can see, it’s straightforward to get accustomed to.
There isn’t any levels or anything, so you carry on playing while picking up the money, which I will talk about it in a sec.
You will see a dotted line, which, if you reach, will require you to start again.
But when talking about the game itself, while it works and will kick some time if you are bored, it’s quite pointless.
How To Make Money?
The money aspect is an area of the game that will certainly push users to play the game for hours.
However, for someone like me who has tried every game variant, I see some massive red flags and some ridiculous additions.
To start, the money aspect doesn’t come from reaching some level but from dropping money icons.
In the place of the planets, every 3/4 drops, you will be given a PayPal icon where if you tap on the screen will reach the floor and credit you money.
The amount you are credited depends on the stage in the game you are at.
So, for instance, if you have collected $700, you can expect lower amounts than if you first start.
That is because, at the start, the game literally gives you virtual money to the worth of $200.
But as you get closer to the thresholds of $1000, the amounts coming with calm and slow down.
Once you crack the code and have that ‘ah ha’ moment where you realise what’s going on.
You instantly start to understand what it is about and that anything you heard about this game initially is almost certainly a lie.
Now that moment happened a long time with me.
In fact, it was likely when I reviewed my first couple of games like this.
But with Planet Bloom, when I was given $134 through Amazon in virtual funds, it was a clear red flag.
While Win-Win easygame2020 might have generated a lot of money through all their app launches.
They will not have the money to pay someone like me a sum as big as that.
Especially when I do warrant it or have done enough to earn it.
Will Planet Bloom Pay You?
With any legit earning opportunity, you get amounts based on what you do.
So, for example, if I was to complete a survey with some company.
I may get $1, whereas the company also get $2 when I complete it.
In a scenario like that, both parties benefit from me getting paid, and the company is still profiting despite paying me money.
With $134 for merging a planet after about a minute of Planet Bloom, it makes you think, how exactly can they give that to me?
After all, money can’t just be generated and for them to pay you that out of nothing makes literally no sense.
Unlike the survey example, they are getting nothing from me, which confirms it’s all fake.
That concludes this Planet Bloom app review.
If you want to ask me a question on anything I haven’t covered, then do let me know below 🙂