Welcome to my Stack The Numbers app review.
When I am searching for games to review and for opportunities to check out, it becomes normal for me to find ones that rate themselves highly.
One that clearly does is the game I will be talking about today as they dub themselves as the best game in 2020.
This cracked me up as not only was the game released in early September.
But they are also saying that users can make money from lying in bed, even as much as $200 a day.
But while there are all these opportunities out there, you could rarely get paid $200 a day just from playing a game that anyone can do.
With that said, I know you are after answers, and that’s what I intend to give you. As in this post, I will clear up whether you can earn money with Stack The Numbers plus if they’re legit or not.
Stack The Numbers App Review Summary
- Owner: Xiao Faria daCunha
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 3/5
What Is Stack The Numbers?
Stack The Numbers is another merge type game that claims to pay out lucrative money daily to its users.
There are plenty of games with variations where you merge numbers from dropping or sliding across.
You have games such as:
But whats makes this one different is its similarity to Tetris, as its all making sure that you merge numbers without stacking them high.
I said a number of this type game out there already that says you make money, but this one ever so slightly is different.
The developers are Xiao Faria daCunha. I thought I recognized them since I have checked out Dice World, a game not only made by them but again said you could earn $200.
How Does Stack The Numbers Work?
Now depending on how old you are, you may not have played Tetris before.
It was one of the first games to hit the mobile and was trendy years ago.
Anyway, the reason I am mentioning it is because this game has adopted a concept similar to Tetris into Stack The Numbers.
Just instead of changing shapes and clearing tiles like in 1010! Block Fun, you are merging numbers.
Not only that, but you are against the time and need to put the right number in the right tile.
Let me explain further how Stack The Numbers work.
So you start with one number that you put in either one of 5 lines.
Once that number has hit the ground, your given random numbers.
Now, like all variations of 2048, what you need to do is merge those of the same number with each other.
So if you get a 16, for example, and in lane four there is already 16, you want to put it right there, so it becomes a 32.
Now the comparison to the game I mentioned earlier comes with not only the fact numbers slowly move down, so you are against the time.
But if you reach the ret dotted line, you lose the level.
From here, you can press either the continue button, but you will have to watch a video, or you can restart.
You might have noticed, but in the top right-hand corner, there is a point goal.
Whenever you merge number blocks, you will earn more points.
Once you have achieved the goal, the level completes, and it will unlock the second.
The above gameplay was from level 1, but these go all the way up to 300.
It doesn’t quite hit the same heights has games such as Amazing Cube that have over 1000, but you have a good challenge ahead of you still.
How To Make Money With Stack With Numbers?
When you merge blocks together in the levels, you will get frequent payouts offered to you.
Your shown a PayPal card with the amount you have received.
I was given as you can see from below USD 4.77.
To receive it, you must press the collect button with the videotape on.
This will trigger an advert; however, you have no choice as even if you press the x button at the top, your shown an advert anyway.
So you while well collect the money.
In every level, you complete there will be an opportunity to earn.
It may not be to the same frequency as in the early levels, as I did receive about $24 before I had even finished level 2.
Now there is one final way to make money; this is through sign-in bonuses.
As a new user, you can receive a bonus every day for the first week.
You may have also noticed how they spelled receive as ‘recelve’.
In the following section of the Stack The Numbers app review, I will talk about the payouts.
How Do They Pay?
All the terms within the balance tab lead you to think that they do payout.
This consists of users having to make $200 to either request a PayPal or Amazon voucher.
Even though that is an immense amount, they also put that payouts are issued within 3-15 days.
It isn’t entirely convincing that they will pay you if you reach the required amount.
I have read reviews on more games then I can remember where users have sent multiple emails plus waited months but got nothing.
Making Money From Your Bed?
Now its been just over a month since this game hit the store, and already the developers have seen the installs rise to 100k.
The growth has been significant, especially in a short time frame, but what is likely to be the factor is the advert I touched upon earlier.
At this point, I must have reviewed at least 20 variations of this game, but the advert for Stack The Numbers is one of the most eye catching I have seen.
And not for a good reason.
Here is a screenshot of the ad if you haven’t seen it already:
In that image, you can see there is a bold statement at the top of how they reckon they are the best game in 2020.
But to add to that, right in your face written in bold, they say you can make hundreds a day from essentially doing nothing.
Now when users see this, they are going to think they’ve hit the jackpot.
The graph in the background suggests that they are a popularly used app for making money.
And because of that, people seeing this ad install the game to see what the fuss is about.
Now whether this game is legit or not, I can tell you with maximum confidence that unless your trading stocks or managing an online business from your phone.
There is no app out there that will pay you thousands a month to do the absolute minimum.
It is possible if you find the right games/apps that you can get earn a little.
But the money shown in the advert is not even feasible for app developers to fund anyway.
Concerning Aspects Of Stack The Numbers
I never know with these games whether or not users are earning, making, or winning money.
They always make out from the advert that its a given that you will get lots of money.
But I never see any evidence of this.
Now I am saying this because I am not sure what to make of the levels.
In fact, my initial impression from scrolling down the 300 of them is that this is another game that will exploit people.
Earlier I was talking about my earnings. I got $24, which funnily enough, I could have got lying in my bed as it was that easy.
But with all this money given so quickly, I doubt that as you go through, this pattern will continue.
Every in-game payout was $5.
But you have no clue on if you complete all the levels whether you will get $200.
You might do all 300 and only have $199, now that is a possibility.
What I am basically trying to say is that, somewhere along the line, you will find some catch.
Because there is no way that someone like me could complete an easy level of the game and get $24 for it.
Who would even fund that?
Plus, who could be able to fund those amounts for hundreds of thousands of users?
Stack The Numbers may be a good game to play, and I would say maybe without the pop-ups in-game it is enjoyable.
But as I have touched upon at many points in this post, I am still on the fence with this game.
There isn’t too much to show me that they are better than other games like they say, and for me, it is just like most merging games I have reviewed to this point.
They do claim that they are the best game of the year. However, this is likely just for the clickbait since it is impossible to establish a reputation after only a month of being active.
Not only that, but the owners have a history of creating games that apparently payout, but no one has come forward with any proof. This is enough for me to not recommend them.
You can play the game for the game, but what I always say is to take them with a pinch of salt.
Now while I have had to break the news in this Stack The Numbers app review that they are not a good app to earn with, I am hoping it saved a lot of your time.
If you do have any comments or any questions at all, do leave them below 🙂