Welcome to my new Rolling Numbers app review.
You are probably here right now because you decided to download some game that claimed to make you easy money.
It sounded so easy that you had to see what the fuss was with it and have now put some hours into the game.
But you’re now likely looking for answers to the game because while merging numbers and getting virtual cash was easy in the beginning.
You are yet to find a way to cash out or have done and want answers on how this game really pays out.
So I will be filling you in on what to expect when you are playing funnytaskst newest money-making game.
My advice is to read all the way till the end of this post, so you know exactly where you stand.
Rolling Numbers App Review Summary
- Owner: funnytaskt
- What Are They?: Merging Numbers Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Rolling Numbers?
The game is just how it sounds. Its puzzle themed and involved users rolling numbers over into others, to then create bigger numbers.
It’s level-based and as you go through each of them, there are what looks to be potential opportunities to pick up different rewards.
Owners of the game go by funnytaskst, who are responsible for a whole host of other games, some of which I have taken some time to review to find out what they are about.
They have 5 money-making games so far, that you can download each of which I have taken time out, to inspect closely.
My findings from each of them was that none of them presented an actual way for a user to play the game and cash out legitimate money.
Games from them that I am talking about consist of:
Funnytaskt have made itself known for creating emoji and number themed games.
But as I’m sure they are well aware of right now because companies like this aren’t stupid they have a bad reputation for not paying out too.
The four listed above, are all ones that promise the world.
From the newest phones to big sums of money, and with Rolling Numbers nothing has changed in that regard.
How Does Rolling Numbers Work?
Funnytaskt has tried to come up with a concept, which while you could argue has been done many times, is only slightly different to what’s out there.
What you do with this one, is you merge numbers together within the grid by sliding them from left to right and from top to bottom.
Now where the name comes from is that when you do connect them together they roll into each other.
When this happens you create multiples of that number, so if you had two number fours and you connected them, you would get 8.
While I wouldn’t recommend it for kids, as with the earning aspect it isn’t suitable, anyone would be able to get the hang of it very quickly.
This is a familiar theme with games such as this one, as they make them as simple as possible for users to get.
The idea isn’t to create something challenging, its more to have a game where if someone plays it and starts earning they will use it for days and hopefully months.
Because that is how developers like Funnytaskst make there dough.
How Exactly Is The Money Made?
Well if were talking about actual money, the type that would pay your rent and feed you, well there isn’t any to be made.
Why that is, is for many reasons, but to keep this Rolling Numbers app review concise I can give you two big ones:
- The developer doesn’t earn enough from ad revenue to pay you the sums of money they place in your virtual accounts
- Unsustainable amounts within the four figure range are given right after you have opened up Rolling Numbers
It really doesn’t take a genius to work out that if a game gives you $2200, as quote on quote bonuses, that its not whats its set out to be.
Here is a screenshot of a $1000 bonus being given to me after completing one level:
That kind of money can’t be handed out, but when I launched up the game along with the thousands that have too, that is what is being given out.
When I do say given, I mean put in balance which you do not own or have no right too.
Its not actually paid or sent to a bank account of yours, however people do believe that by playing these amounts will be sent to them.
How Do Cashouts With Rolling Numbers Work?
Just as I was getting onto in the last section, there isn’t a way to withdraw money and see it live in your account.
However, the developers still trick you into thinking that is the case, with numerous PayPal and Amazon logos dotted around the app.
What Funnytaskt are doing are special events where anything you earn within a period of time, which seems to be 1-2 days is then given to you.
This is what it said on the application, but from my experience and other games applying the same tactic where you are given the impression there is infinite potential to earn, users never receive the money.
$2,200 Earnings In A Matter Of Minutes
The game starts out by giving you $100 when you open Rolling Numbers, a further $1000 which is supposed to be PayPal credit, then lastly you are given $1000 of Amazon credit.
Now none of these amounts is of value, they are a matter of numbers within an app and carry no worth, however, for some people it doesn’t look that way.
Many users of the game, believe that the money is there to be paid out once the timer has finished, and some will try and increase the total in the hope of making more.
But with any free opportunity that claims to pay you thousands for effectively nothing, you can never really expect to receive the money.
It’s not a case where you are winning a sweepstake or a company is genuinely paying you as maybe the 10’000th person to sign up, its simply all a lie and the quicker you realise this is actually the case the better.
Rolling Numbers is nothing like you see in the advert or what other claim to be an easy opportunity to earn, they are simply quite the opposite.
While technically they are legit, users won’t be able to make money from this opportunity since none of it is in the slightest bit genuine.
The owners Funnytaskt, are serial game developers at this point and have been fooling people for months with a series of what look to be cool games at first.
But with the money they claim you can earn, which seems to be in the hundreds and thousands, you can never believe a word they say.
There is no way they could fund all of this money, even with the success of their games and the fact they are likely earning a good amount through the advertising model.
If you don’t value your time, then you can check out Rolling Numbers, you will accumulate big numbers in the balance but it will be very unlikely that you can use the credit on PayPal or be able to buy some nice stuff from Amazon.
Now if you value your time, then let me present some better ways to spend some free time earning cash from your phone.
Right here you will find my list of actual paying apps that I have had good experiences with, from being paid on time to having a whole host of opportunities to earn.
Thanks for making it to the summit of my Rolling Numbers app review.
If you have any further questions or want to tell me your experiences with the game I would love to hear them, you can do this by using the comment section just below this post! 🙂