Welcome to my Solitaire Tripeaks review.
There are so many apps out there that claim you can make the easiest of bucks through playing games.
Some look like ordinary games on the store, that is, until you look closely to see that they say you can earn money.
For the game I will be reviewing today, they were released towards the start of the year, but there have been adverts circling around adverting their game.
Within this, they show how you can pick up money playing Solitaire, and even at the end of the review, it shows someone with $12,000 in their PayPal account.
However, and with that being a significant amount, is it really possible to make an average year’s salary just by playing a game.
My early suspicions are that this is not the case; however, after reading this, you will have more of an idea of what is going on.
Table of Contents
Solitaire Tripeaks Review Summary
- Owner: Tuyoo Games
- What Are They?: Puzzle Game
- Cost: Free
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is Solitaire Tripeaks?
So Solitaire Tripeaks is a game on your phone that claims to reward you for playing Solitaire.
On the store, there are claims not only in words but through pictures with big cashouts of up too $150.
However, in the advert that I was talking about earlier, they make it look as if you can earn a lot more than that.
They are owned by app developers TUYOO GAME, who have other cash puzzle themed games to there name.
This includes Fish Blast that I have already reviewed and a few other games that have gone viral.
How Does Solitaire Tripeaks Work?
In order to launch the game, you will first need to do a few things, firstly you need to accept permission allowing Solitaire Tripeaks access to photos and videos.
Then you will need to press accept to confirm that you have read and accepted their policy.
Suppose you have already played Solitaire before, you will likely have an idea of how the game is played. But to get you started, you will be shown a quick tutorial.
The way this game works is different from standard Solitaire, as instead of trying to order the cards from 1 to king, you are just collecting the cards.
You start on level 1, and as you play and pick up cards, you will pick up coins. Each level can award up to 3 stars.
How Do You Make Money?
The money is to be made by completing levels.
Along with the coins you get for each level, you also get a cash prize.
This starts with $10.15, which I can only assume is the same for every user.
You will get a gift notification after collecting your level rewards.
Just like this:
For each level from then on, you will get a cash prize. However, it will likely not be the same amount each time.
That would be too easy, and as we all know, these app developers like to make it nothing but that.
These games are interestingly enough, made by other developers. However, have different thresholds in place to cash out.
How Do They Pay?
You can only hope that Tuyoo Games will pay you at the end.
If you get to $150, that money theoretically should be sent to you.
However, it’s not always that easy.
For Solitaire Tripeaks, they have the same payout options as most cash games present.
This consists of Amazon and PayPal, both of which have the same threshold of $150.
Do They Payout?
The app recently hit number 1 in top free puzzle games. However, even though that is an accomplishment, I would be surprised the reason for this was the adverts.
There is more than one for Solitaire Tripeaks, but the one that caught my eye showed to Asian people talking about how they wanted to make a free cash game that would reward users more.
What was mentioned that really caught my eye was ‘no barrier to withdraw.’ As you can see in the image below.
However, as I said in the last section of the Solitaire Tripeaks review, that is not possible.
If it was, I would be able to cash out my $10.15 cents already, but since there is a limit you must earn first, it means this is false.
Moving on with the ad, I was shown someone tapping on cards and getting $51. This was literally just a few taps.
I know that they want to give users that misconception that you can make good money, but by doing that, it’s wrong.
To make it worse, the advert ended with someone making $414 through two transactions.
This is also not possible to do, as you can only do one withdrawal at one time in-game, but even then, it’s going to be a struggle to get close to the $150.
Let alone the $400 that they show in the advert. But these are just some of the sneaky techniques these apps use.
What You Need To Know
1. Not As Good The Original Solitaire
I know this is there own take of Solitaire; however, this one is just not for me and is not like the original one I am familiar with.
The levels are easy at first but at the same time boring, so whether this works for you, I’m not sure.
I normally struggle to find positive aspects with games like this one as they never payout, but one thing I can rely on is the game being fun to play.
But in this case, I just wasn’t a fan of Solitaire Tripeaks
2. Same Pattern Arises
As you would expect from reviewing 50+ free cash games, you will notice aspects that are too alike.
The gameplay can be similar, but for the most part, it is different.
But the aspect that is the same without fail is level rewards.
You get more money then you deserve at the start; in this case, you get $10 for completing level 1.
From completing surveys, and even working an actual job, this is a payout that really shouldn’t be given out.
There are reasons why they do this, though, and that is to suck you in.
You might get a few $10 payouts; however you will start to notice a few $5 payouts, then $2 and finally cents.
Basically, the more you play, the less you get, you start to feel as if you are chasing a lost cause.
If you like Solitaire, there is a chance you will like what Solitaire Tripeaks as too offer; however, if you’re in it to make money, then this may be where you will be left disappointed.
The app seems to have a positive rating, with 4.5 stars, which seem initially good. However, there are so many reviews that highlight the real issue that is earning plenty of bucks at the start, but then the amount slowly going down.
To the point where you are getting a cent a level. This wouldn’t be too bad, but with users needing to make $100 to withdraw, there is no way anyone is getting paid quickly.
So just to sum up, if you want to earn money, my advice is not to get Solitaire Tripeaks; you won’t be making enough to cover a whole table in notes, as the advert suggests.
You are instead better of trying a legitimate making money app that won’t mess you around; here are ten apps I know payout that you can try today.
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