Shooting All Virus is a game I came across recently on the app store that claims to payout.
After doing further research, I found that the game came from Simon90tk, who already has too suspiciously similar games under his name.
Now so far, I have heard a few things come of this game. This includes people wondering whether their money is real and whether the game is genuine or not.
The reason I am reviewing this game and why I delve deeper into games like this one is to find out if the claims they make are actually true.
I check so many games on my site; however, not enough of them fulfill their early promises.
So if you are here stuck on this game and have no clue what’s going on, I will fill you in on the tactics they use and why getting paid isn’t so easy.
Shooting All Virus App Review Summary
- Owner: Simon902k
- What Are They?: Block Breaking Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Shooting All Virus?
Despite the weird name of the game what Shooting All Virus really is a brick-breaking game.
The game is being promoted as one where when you break bricks, and you can get PayPal money from.
Users can cash out their earnings once they reach $100, which is exactly the same claim as the other games Simon902k has created.
There are plenty of brick breaking games out there.
But I haven’t found one that is genuine from the moment I started reviewing them.
However, those two are just examples of games full of lies.
How Does Shooting All Virus Work?
You will first want to click the blue start button to play the game, which will take you to level 1.
From here, you will see various icons, which are essentially the bricks you need to break.
Here is the game below:
You want to hold on to the screen to trigger the aim, so you can direct it to the bricks you want to break.
The aim of the game is basically trying to break down the numbers and destroy as many blocks as you can.
This is because after each time you fire up, all the bricks move upwards.
If they get to the white dotted line, then it’s game over, and you must restart.
If you get yourself in a hole, you have four power-ups that can help you out.
Pictured above and starting from the left, you have speed that will quicken up the balls’ pace.
Next up, you have a planet. This increases the size of some of the balls, making it easier to break the bricks.
Finally, you have the laser and an explosive.
You are given a few for each of these, and you will know how many you have due to the number above them.
However, if you do run out, you can get more by watching adverts.
How Do You Make Money?
Money isn’t really given as a reward for breaking a certain amount of bricks or reaching a level.
Instead, there are two reasons for Shooting All Virus giving these bonuses out.
You can hit PayPal cards; these will be found alongside the bricks.
If you can break them, you get a cash reward.
There are also random cash bonuses given out as you play.
Early on you earn plenty of money, this includes one big $50 bonus.
This is of course a one-off, since receiving a few of these would put you in the touching distance of a payout.
So from that bonus on wards, how much you get does go down.
Can You Cashout?
To cashout with Shooting All Virus, you need to reach $200.
This minimum threshold needs to be reached for a PayPal reward.
This is very contrary to the adverts, as one of the claims that make these apps as big as they are is instant cash.
This company is known for saying you can get cash just for installing the game.
They even add you don’t need to meet any conditions to get it, and you can withdraw it instantly.
But when you go ahead and play it for yourself, you see there are actually conditions for users to meet.
If you are fed up with games with confusing payment structures and don’t pay, I recommend checking out this list of paying games instead.
Cloning Their Games?
At the start of this Shooting All Virus app review, I mentioned the developers Simon902k and how they already have two other making money games.
They have basically cloned their app, making minimal changes, the main ones being the name and the theme.
However, the gameplay is exactly the same and how it works is too.
Both of these games I have reviewed previously, you can check them out above.
Now what is wrong with these two games, and it includes this one is they all claim users can make easy money.
They give people the impression that you can’t essentially sack off your day job, pick up their games and start earning passively.
Some of the claims they have made include saying users can easily cash out and that all players get $20 for free.
But I have thoroughly looked into the app and what others are saying, and I haven’t seen a single person getting any paid.
As a result of the claims they have been making, the three games collectively have done really well, with hundreds of thousands of installs in total.
Shooting All Virus’s on its own has 100k installs, but while there so many players, there is no feedback on the store since the developers have opted out by putting the game in early access.
Shooting All Virus is the mirror image of the other games made by the developer.
The game can kill some time, but it will get boring real quick from the view of a gamer.
What I find annoying about these developers is that everything they say in the ads is a lie.
There is no way to get instant rewards or even an opportunity present in the game to help users earn.
If you do try and grind the game out to try and cash out, you should expect to get nothing back.
Some users make the threshold and are clicking redeem only to receive nothing and absolutely no response back from them.
This is why I am writing this Shooting All Virus app review because I want to warn you that the game will only waste your time.
What I Recommend Instead
Now luckily, this app isn’t a representation of all games on the market.
There are good ones in the mix, there just hard to find as so many are untrue.
I recently made a list of games that do pay real money here.
These are ones I have found to be genuine, with thousands of people showing payment proof for them.
Shooting All Virus is not a game I rank highly. In fact, I wouldn’t recommend them to anyone.
What do you think about the game? Have you been paid out?
Let me know in the comments below 🙂