Welcome to my Rush Rain app review.
If you have played a money-making game that hasn’t paid you like promised, then you may have questioned breaking your device.
I can understand that there is nothing worse than spending hours trying to earn money, only to find out you won’t be receiving a cent for your effort.
Now I say this because the advert for Rush Rain, the game I will be talking to you about today shows some frustrated gamers who have broken their devices because they have been playing fake earning games.
In this advert, though, the owners of the game say you don’t need to carry on playing the games that lie to you.
This is because Rush Rain apparently pays you without any problems at all.
Not only can you get $200, but you are not even encouraged to watch videos as you play them.
Making it seem as though you can earn very easily.
But I have been reviewing games for a while now, and I know that no developer will make it that easy to get three or four-figure amounts.
You usually need to put in at least some effort to get paid that much.
So in this post, I will talk to you about the Rush Rain game and its advert and give you the answers you are looking for in terms of getting paid from them.
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Rush Rain App Review Summary
- Owner: fun4u game
- What Are They?: Idle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Rush Rain?
Rush Rain is a game where you swipe money in order to get actual money.
You are presented with a wad of cash, that one by one, all by tapping on the screen, you take one off collecting it in the process.
Now you may be thinking that is a cool game.
Especially if the claims are true in that you can earn with it.
Not only are both of them almost replicas, but they also don’t live up to all the claims on them.
In fact from conducting reviews on both games, I didn’t find anything to suggest that simply swiping money away, will help someone financially.
Without jumping to conclusions just yet, it does make it unlikely that Rush Rain will break the pattern
As the adverts and the gameplay is close to those two above.
Before I talk about the game and how it works, lets go over a few details first.
Currently it has 100k installs and a rating of 2.2 out of 5, since owners fun4u game released it in the app store on 29th October.
How Does Rush Rain Work?
How Rush Rain works, is you have a stack of money placed in the middle of the screen.
With this all you have to do is, tap on the screen or swipe up, to start collecting all this money.
The aim here is to pick up virtual money, which is the green money in the left hand corner to make upgrades.
Making upgrades essentially helps you play the game, and make more of the game currency.
This is completely separate to the actual cash, that is on offer and that users can also collect as they play Rush Rain.
To help you along the way, which you probably won’t need since its just swiping, you have two power ups found on either side of the bottom corners.
How To Make Money With Rush Rain?
Rush Rain give you virtual money as you play the game.
This is just like other cash swiping/idle games, and just like others you get money handed to you quite easily.
Now how they do this is through three different ways.
The first one is by claiming daily log in bonuses.
These are shown when you open the game up for the first time each day.
By doing this you have the opportunity to get up to £1000 within your first 7 days of launching up Rush Rain.
However before you get your hopes up or if you have collected these already, you should know that cashing it far from easy.
The second way to earn the virtual money is by tapping on the cash pile.
At random points as you do this, you will start getting bonuses awarded to you.
There isn’t a set amount you get.
It is quite random, however most of these are quite high.
So you can expect to get £30+ each time, quite easily and with no quarrels.
Now this leads us to the final way of earning money.
That is through the popular four card selection which you will find on many of these types of games nowadays.
How this works is the game will at points will give you a selection of four cards, each with cash behind.
It isn’t a matter of trying to guess which one has money or has the most.
As the owners of Rush Rain allow you to collect all of them.
This is not because they want to help you earn more, they simply want to gain as much revenue from you as possible.
As each of these has a video tied in with them.
That sums up all the ways to earn virtual money on the game
But as you can tell from my wording this isn’t real money.
With me saying virtual this means you aren’t able to cashout, and I will expand further on this in the next setion.
How Do They Pay?
Rush Rain currently claim to pay you out once you earn £700.
It sounds like a lot but it really isn’t, when you consider that playing the game for just 2-3 minutes will get you to that amount effortlessly.]
The developer gives you money within the game, like it has no value.
Which tells you everything you need to know and gives you a good idea of what really is going on.
As the money actually has no value, and despite what anyone says about the game, you can’t cashout.
Even with a fake payout area and threshold within the game.
For those of you who are wondering about the payouts, and what happens when you cashout.
Well put simply if you reach the amount listed above, you don’t actually receive anything.
To rub salt into the wounds, some users will end up watching 30 extra videos, to get their payout.
As that is what is encouraged by Rush Rain to push things along and get rewards ‘processed’.
However this all proves to be pointless.
As the game literally doesn’t pay a soul or even has a real team of people that handle payouts.
What you see is ultimately not real.
Everything that you hear and see about Rush Rain is ultimately a fake portrayal of what earning money is really like.
The ads which you may have seen, to have even come across the game, have been created in a way to entice someone like yourself into playing it.
They know that you want to earn and they also know that in order to get you to download it, that making earning money as simple as possible is going to lead to so many people downloading their games.
Is it fair that they are allowed to this? No.
Will you get paid from touching Rush Rain? No.
So as a result if you are looking to earn money, then this game is simply not the one for you.
Unless your sole motive is to have fun with a idle based game.
If you want to save yourself some frustration, which I recommend.
Clicking on that link above you will get instant access to a list of apps I actually use in my spare time to earn money.
You will even see payment proofs, just to show that its possible to get paid from playing games.
This is what separates Rush Rain from the legit apps, as while you will see so much money in the ad, you will never hear of anyone getting paid, which is a big red flag.
Anyway that just about brings us to the end of this Rush Rain app review.
As always I hope this helped you out and if you have any questions let me know 🙂