Fake or Real Money Making Apps/Games – Lucky Diamond

This week, I’m telling you about Lucky Diamond, a game developed by Panda Studio. It’s a very easy pop style game.

I played this game for three days. The first day, I played for 20 minutes and got bored so I put it aside. The second day I planned to play until I was able to request the minimum payout of $150m, but after almost 4 hours, I stopped. I was at $140.21. The third day I played, I got to level 100 with a total of $141.83. I stopped playing and deleted the game because it was obvious what it was.

On the first day, I made it to level 18 before I stopped playing. My first couple of level rewards were big – I was at $98.80 when I stopped playing – but by level 7 my average payout had dropped to around $6.

On the second day, my payouts from level 20 to level 30 about $2.50. From level 30 to level 50, the average dropped to around 50 cents. I suspect I didn’t get paid for several levels too because I was at $133 and some change from level 50 to level 57 when I went up to $134.81. The reward amounts kept dropping. My level 60 reward was 45 cents, and my level 75 reward was 38 cents. At level 80, my total was up to $140.21. 13 levels, and I only earned about $6??? This is where I stopped.

On the third and final day, I got to level 100 and quit playing. Level rewards had dropped to an average of 25 cents, but I wasn’t getting that with every level. From level 70 on, in small print, it was saying you’d get a cash reward after 2 levels. After level 80, it was every three levels, and by the time I got to level 100, it was every five levels. This was looking just like Solitaire Relax which had me up over level 900, and I was only getting a penny every ten levels. I liked that game. I don’t like this game, it’s a bit boring. There are people on here at level 1201, but there’s no way to chat with them other than joining their guilds, and those guilds are full. I don’t want to find out if they ever got paid bad enough to really try to talk to them because I’m pretty sure I know what the answer is.

The game is available on Google Play, and you can log in using your Facebook account. Both of those money grubbing companies should be ashamed for perpetuating and enabling a scam. Google has a disclaimer that says they don’t endorse it, but they do because they have it available in their play store. If they didn’t endorse it, they wouldn’t be providing them with a platform for the game. It’s all about the money they are being paid to have it in the Play Store.

If you haven’t guess by now, I am saying this game is:


It’s fun to play, don’t get me wrong They even have guilds so you can get energy from your fellow guild members. They also have contests and goals like other games of this sort. They just don’t payout like they promise, and I hate being lied to. The ads are pretty horrible and repetitive too.

I’d suggest you not take my word for it and check it out for yourself, but I’d just be enabling the scammers too because they get paid for every ad that gets viewed, and you have to watch ads.

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!


Fake or Real Money Making Apps/Games – 1010! Block Fun

This game was made and is being marketed as a money making game by ericrobinlp. The email addresses provided for customer support are fake as none of the emails I’ve sent them have gone through even when using the in game messaging.

The game itself is very easy to play, and you do “earn” the money the game promises if you download it from the link in the video. It’s like playing Tetris, and the payouts are pretty generous. You do have to watch ads to collect them, and they do count towards the number of ads you’re required to watch in order to redeem the money. They make you enter the email for your Paypal account twice. Then, you have to wait about 48 hours for the request to be processed, this does give you time to watch any ads you lack. After all the ad watching and waiting for the order to be processed, you are then told you have to wait another 4 or 5 Days!! to get your money!

When I was told the money I’d requested had been successfully sent to my Paypal account, I checked it right away. There was nothing there. Since it was a Saturday, I decided to wait until Monday to check again. Nothing on Monday. I sent an email and gave them a bad rating on their ingame system. They didn’t go through – failed to deliver according to my email account. I have yet to receive any money or any feedback from the developers. My result:


Don’t waste your time with this, you’ll never get paid.

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!

Fake or Real Money Making Game – Solitaire Relax

This is the second in my new posts about fake or reall money making games/apps being touted on Google Play. If you can get these games elsewhere, let me know. This week’s game is about Solitaire Relax.

Solitaire Relax is by Solitaire Relax Team. There’s not much else given about it. Somehow, it has a 4.6 star rating and yet most of the reviews I read about it are negative- including my own.

I like playing solitaire so I wasn’t too peeved, at first. I actually played almost 1000 hands, and the closest I got to the payout was about $47. I was getting a penny every 10 hands. You use energy every time you play a hand, and there were glitches that would cause the game to crash so you lost energy with no reward. I was stuck playing the same hand over and over several times before I finally beat it too. It was to the point where I was more annoyed after playing the game than before. Relax my fanny! I rate this game :


Don’t get it, it’s a waste of time.

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!

Fake or Real Money Making Apps/Games – Current

Lots of apps and games are claiming you can earn “real” money from using them. I’m here to try out these games and apps and let you know what I’ve discovered.

My first app is called Current. You make money mostly by listening to music. You can choose from a wide variety is indie radio stations so you’re sure to find something you like. You can also earn by charging your phone, answering surveys and doing other tasks.

I have used the app long enough to earn $40 which was deposited into my Paypal account. I also earned an Amazon gift card for $10. You can choose from a wide range of rewards.

My only issue has been having to remind the service they owe me a reward. I’ve had to do it twice now. Other than that, you get your points added on right away so you don’t have to worry about missing them and having to contact customer service to get them.

So is it fake or real?


You can find Current in your Google Play Store.

Fake Money Making Game: Pops Connect

This is a game by ToyStar Games which promises to pay you real money when you reach their payout level of $200. Most of these types of games have $50 and $100 payout levels. I figured this one was so high because the game is so easy to play.

It is easy too. You simply merge matching numbers to create bigger numbers and keep going until you can’t merge any more numbers. The game then resets, and you try again.

The point of the game is to make money. You earn a lot in the beginning, getting rewarded for the merging you’re doing. The more numbers you merge together, the more money you earn – or this is what the game tells you.

After you’ve earned so much, the amounts you earn drop down to almost nothing. By the time I got to $199.87, I wasn’t earning anything at all. In order to get the rewards, you also have to watch ads. These ads were mostly for other so-called money-making games. Even though I wasn’t earning any rewards, I still had to watch the ads to continue to play.

I sent two messages to the developers of the game telling them about the issue I was having, and I have yet to get a reply. I’m sure I’ll be told they never got the emails and since I have uninstalled the game, they can’t tell what happened with my game. I also left a bad review on the Google Play Store page. I doubt I’ll be responded to there either.

This post is to warn people not to waste their time playing this game as it’s not going to keep it’s promised of a payout. They make money off every ad that gets seen, and that’s all they care about.

I’ll be reviewing more of these fake games and if I do find one that does actually pay out, I’ll definitely review that one as well.

Pops Connect gets a -5 stars from me for being a time waster and a fake.

See you on the flipside and don’t forget your towel and sonic screwdriver!!