Lucky Diamond App Review (Read This Please)

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The Lucky Diamond app, operated by Tuyoo Games, says that you can earn real money playing puzzle like games, similar to that of Candy Crush.  It has more than one million downloads, but the reviews aren’t all that great.

I have talked about these types of apps before, and 99% of the time, they are riddled with ads and you will never cash out because the thresholds are so high.  This seems to be the case here, too, so don’t get too excited just yet.

Whether you’re looking for more information on Lucky Diamond because you saw it on the app store or you want to see if this is a game worth downloading, I did the dirty work for you, as I always do in my reviews.

How to Earn Money with Lucky Diamond

The minute you download the app, you can immediately start playing the puzzle games.  In fact, it will take you directly to the first puzzle, explaining how you can earn cash.  You will not have to sign up for an account.

All of the puzzles work in the same way.  You will have to match two or more cubes of similar colors to earn points.  The more you can match, the more you can earn.  If you have ever played Candy Crush, for example, then you should already know how it works.

To complete the puzzle, you will have to reach the goal, which, as you can see in the screenshot above is “7.”  Once you score at least seven cubes, you will win and progress to the next level.  As you progress, other “goals” pop up.  You will always see what needs to be done at the top of your screen.

Well, how do you earn money, you may be wondering?

As you complete the levels, you will earn points and eventually level up.   And, as you do, you can earn cash.

For example, I finished the first level and earned $15.01.


As you can see in the screenshot above, you will need at least $150 to cash out.

Once you do, you can then choose between a PayPal and Amazon gift card.

HOWEVER, there are some things to know about…

The Big Scam

NOW, before you get excited, let me warn you that all of these apps do this.  They make it look as if you’re going to make so much money, but when you get close to the threshold your earnings somehow get smaller and smaller.  You will soon find out that you will NEVER reach that threshold.

While the Google Play Store has a decent rating, you have to always look at the top liked comments, as this is what people resonate with.  Keep in mind that a lot of these shady app developers will pay for reviews, and this seems to be the case here.

To save you the trouble of downloading this, look at what other people are saying:

These reviews go on and you can read hundreds of them on the Google Play Store.

Final Thoughts

0/10I can’t stress this enough.

You’re going to play the game and get close to the threshold, which is $150.  You will find, as the reviews state, that you will get to $80 or $90 and then you will see that it stalls.  The rewards space out and you will never meet that cash out.  I didn’t read one story of someone cashing out.

What you’re doing, in the end, is watching ads and making this developer a lot of money, and it’s the reason I don’t recommend it at all.  While puzzle games can be fun, almost none of them that state you can make money will actually pay you.  This is the case here.

That’s going to do it for now.

As always, be sure to comment on your experience if you want to share your thoughts.

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Tom Nathaniel

Hi! My name is Tom Nathaniel, and I created LushDollar to help share my honest thoughts on everything money. You won't find gimmicks here. It's the Internet's most honest money site after all. I graduated from Arizona State University, and I have worked in the finance industry since 2006, consulting with multiple Fortune 5000 companies.

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