Welcome to my Word Rambler app review.
As you may already know the world of money-making apps is a bit of a maze.
Where you could either be going down one route, that will earn you lots of money.
But on the other hand taking a turn, which leads to a series of dead ends that are hard to get out of.
The reason for that is that it can be really hard to know nowadays what apps are actually genuine.
Today sees we look at a new game called Word Rambler, which claims to be one of the ‘good’ ones.
What I mean by that is they make bold claims about how you can earn lots of money.
However, try there best to assure you that there telling the truth.
The one issue however lies in the amounts.
Word Rambler promises an offer to you, that is simply very tough to turn down.
Instant payments, no limit on withdrawals, and lets not forget the potential to earn $3000 every single day.
Combine this with the fact that Mr Beast appears in their adverts (whose permission we highly doubt was granted) well you have a pretty decent proposition.
The question is can you really trust this game, or is it all just smoke and mirrors?
Find out over the course of this post as we delve deep into the truth about this game.
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What Is Word Rambler?
So what exactly is this facinating new game Word Rambler?
Well aside from appearing to be Mr Beast’s next new venture (again I highly doubt).
It is a crossword themed game, that claims that through using your word skills and vocab to complete the challenges can earn you serious cash.
The developers have come out with some pretty bold claims already and have certainly made a statement since the release.
Especially when you consider that the app has a measily 50k installs, and aside from me, you and of course those that have downloaded.
Well no one else really knows about the game.
Which when you consider the amounts that the paying, you would be thinking why doesn’t the whole world know about it by now.
Because lets be honest, if an app was there waiting to give you 3k a day from doing puzzles.
The word would certainly get around to those who are not making that amount from there job, to switch there focuses to this game.
But one things for sure is that the people who are running the game no what there doing.
Owned by Branchcame, the game is in a early access mode, which means that for any of you, who have played the game.
Or want to find out what any of those current 50 thousand users have to say about it, you won’t be able to learn anything about the payouts.
Because having the game within this mode turns of all feedback and comments.
Something that may lead you to thinking, that this was almost done on purpose?
How Does Word Rambler Work?
Now if you have come across Word Rambler and not decided to bite the bullet yet.
Then I would probably say you were smart to do your research before hand.
As lets be honest who wants to waste there time playing some game for money, when they could be potentially using that time better elsewhere.
So let me do the job of explaining how exactly the game works.
If you have ever played one of those word games, the ones where you have lines of words and you need to make up that word.
Well that is exactly what this one is.
Starting of easy you begin with small and easy to complete crosswords that get progressively harder has you work through the levels.
The more you complete, the more money in essence that you will make.
With each level completed resulting in a payout towards you.
Now what is worth baring in mind, is that the amounts that you will make are quite suprising.
You see for most money making apps that I try and test out that are like this one, you get thrown $100s within seconds of playing.
However for Word Rambler you will be getting around £2 per level which is in line with there minimum threshold of £24.
Now if you think that is low, you should also know that the more you play, the more these earnings will go down further.
To the point where when you are just 10+ levels deep in to the game, you can expect to see diminishing returns of just a few cents.
Wierdly I do like this, in terms of if the developers did pay, this would be much more sustainable for them to pay users.
Has compared to the thousands they claimed in the adverts.
But then as I speak of adverts right there, they are as you can clearly see through those amounts saying white lies over the payouts.
Deceptive Advertising Practices
Has I have alluded to within this Word Rambler review, this developer is not shy of dropping in celebrity figures into its advertistments in order to try and gain credibility.
However doing just a little bit of research on Mr Beast and any of the names used by the developers you will quickly find out that they have no involvement what so ever.
This is rather not suprisingly considering when you look at the adverts themselves, Mr Beast isn’t even talking.
Instead there is dubbed voice talking over, which when listening cafefully has been made to sound like him.
So as you can see the developers are willing to pull out all the stops to get you to play there game.
If the opportunity was attractive enough, they wouldn’t need to excessively lie in order to get you to play.
You would probably come across it sooner or later.
Just look at all the legitimate and well covered apps out there that do, those are not hard to find plus will not advertise aggressively and most importantly lie to get your attention.
Talking about this is so key, because even if Word Rambler did pay, would you want to invest your time and energy into an app that behaved in this way?
The Big Promise: $3000 a Day
There was no way I wasn’t going to allude to this massive claim they made at least once.
Just like I said at the start, Word Rambler is claiming you can earn $3000 a day through playing it.
I think you call that, selling the dream.
But seriously though, there is a huge difference between the advert and the payouts you see and the game itself.
As I said earlier when talking about the game, the minimum threshold is only £24.
Which I found through my own experience would be hard enough to reach since they give you cents.
However within there advert they have PayPal payments coming in like no tommorow showing you all these 4 figure payouts from the app supposedly being paid to a user.
It really just makes you even more skeptical if you werent already, and gives you even more reason not to trust any word they say.
The Final Verdict
Despite the eye-catching claims in there advert, Word Rambler displays so many several red flags, that if it wasn’t for the fact there wasting alot of peoples time, I would laugh at them.
From the misleading endorsements that contain big figures within the entertainment space, to a lack of transparency and also huge disrecpancies between the amounts you can actually attempt to withdraw on the app, all points towards it being another fake money making games.
Just as I always do with each app I review that behaves in the same way, I say to treat with caution.
By all means play the game, if your curious about it or just want a crossword game to play, however be realistic with your expectations and understand that if a game is claiming to pay you 4 figures a day to complete crosswords.
Well there is a slight chance they aren’t being completely transparent with you.
That brings us to the end of my in-depth Word Rambler app review, if you have questions or comments do leave them down below.