Tried and tested - Bling Games pay in Crypto (although you'll need to watch an ad that you'll never buy from)

Tried and tested - Bling Games pay in Crypto (although you'll need to watch an ad that you'll never buy from)

By kamikimms | Crypto Observer | 17 Jun 2021


Like many, I've ventured around the internet to see where free cryptos can be picked up. 
Along my adventures I came across Bling Games - a suit of mobile games that allows you to accumulate points and then trade them for Santohsis. 

  • Important: You can withdraw once per week
  • Does it actually pay out - Yes 

You are given 15 'credits/plays' a day and once they are finished you'll need to wait until the next day. But here is the good news - all of their games are interconnected, meaning any points you accumulate in one game carries over to the other, so essentially you have 15x6 plays a day (they have 6 games).

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I haven't heavily played Bling games, simply for the reason that I enjoy another game much more, but, if you're on the move and want to earn crypto while on the bus, train etc this is worth a try. So far I've received just over 3 euros for 1 week sporadic play.

Game types:
They are all relatively simple and straight forward, point and shoot, match boxes (Tetris style), throw daggers etc

After each "big boss" you'll need to sit through an Ad - this is obviously where the momentum of gaming stops and how the developer makes their revenue.

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Conclusion
You'll never get addicted to the game as it isn't challenging and the ads do become annoying after a while, there is only so many times you can sit through the same ad suggesting you donate to UNICEF! but... if you're looking for a mobile game(s) to collect crypto when you have nothing else to do, this may be an option (that pays). 

Ratings
Visuals 9/10 - it's professionally designed
Trust 10/10 - I've performed multiple transactions
Gameplay 8/10 -  simple and swift
Longevity 3/10 - this is a personal measurement - there isn't enough depth and challenge there for me personally (if i had a daily commute I may have answered differently)
Challenge 2/10 - clearly the aim of the game isn't to challenge the player, it's to get them through 3 rounds to face the big boss and see an ad

Website (not an affiliate link) https://www.blingfi.com/bitcoin-games

Other ways I've discovered to earn free cryptos:

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Free Daily Algorand - part of my morning routine to receive free crypto
Earn while you browse - If you’re browsing the internet why not earn while you’re doing it with a browser?

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