8 Ball Strike: Cash Pool, by Avia Games, is a new billiards game that allows you to play one on one or tournaments against other players, that claims to be able to earn you money in real life. As long as the game has been around, people have been searching before downloading, in an effort to figure out if this app is a scam or if it’s real and legit. Luckily, we have your answer.
To figure out whether an app is a scam or not, such as 8 Ball Strike: Cash Pool, there are a few things to consider, the most important being the gameplay mechanics. In this game, your method of winning money in real life is betting against other players.
For example, you put up a dollar, your opponent puts up a dollar, and the winner takes all. Of course, the house also gets a cut, which is how the developer of the game makes money. This makes sense as ads do not run in the game, and there are no other in-app purchases besides loading cash to your account.
With apps that end up being scams, usually, the game shows you racking up large amounts of money for doing simple things, and multiplayer battles never enter into the equation. With this game, the money racks up slowly unless you are extremely, extremely good at online pool, and multiplayer battles are the entire point of the game.
Another thing to consider about this game is its age. If the app was a scam, Apple would have eventually, sometimes immediately, kicked it off of the App Store. While this is not a perfect method as there are some scam games that have been there for a long time, it’s generally a very good indicator and this game can be expected to stick around for a while, just as the developer has been around for a while.
Check the reviews in the App Store and the Google Play Store to see what people think of the app. While reviews are obviously an imperfect science, what you can generally gather from them is that people are getting paid, and the legitimacy of this game is not coming into question.
Sure, there are frustrated players complaining about the difficulty of earning any money, but that’s simply because of the quality of competition; this game is played by plenty of older folks who are used to playing pool in real life or on other apps or websites, so the audience is a competitive one.
Is it difficult to earn money in this game? Yes. But that is actually something that works in its favor as far as pinpointing this game as legitimate. The easier it appears to be to earn money in a mobile game, especially a free one, the more likely it actually is that the game is a scam.
Knowing what we know about 8 Ball Strike: Cash Pool, and considering all of the reviews, the paystubs, and the actual gameplay mechanic, we can definitively say that this app is, indeed, legit, and not a scam. 8 Ball Strike: Cash Pool is the real deal, as are the other games that have been developed by Avia Games that have similar premises.
The one caveat is that you will not earn money as fast in this game as the ads make it look like you will. Earning money is a slow and grinding process, but it is certainly possible and cashing out is very much a reality if you get your earnings high enough.