Archive for the ‘Bitcoin Games’ Category


If you use an Android OS based smartphone or a tablet and love playing games on your mobile device, then you might want to check out two interesting games that allow you to compete with other real players and win actual Bitcoins. The games we are talking about are called Bitcoin Flapper and Bitcoin Crush, both free and available at the Google Play store, so you can quickly and easily download them and try them out. Bitcoin Flapper is a take on the flying a flapping birds through the maze of pillars by tapping on the screen type of game and Bitcoin Crush is essentially a take on the diamond matching and jewel crushing type of games. The two games are from the same developer and do require you to create an account, but only one is needed for laying both games and your Bitcoinbalance is of course shared between the two games. They are simple in terms of their general idea, but that also makes them pretty fun and addictive, so do be careful when you start playing. The fact that you compete with real world people from all around the world and that you get rewards in the form of Bitcoins do make things even more interesting. Why not, getting paid to play games is fun after all, but with these two games you will require some skill to be on the top. We actually suck at the flappy bird flying thing and even though we are good at the bejeweled type of games it was hard for us to get the first place.


With Bitcoin Flapper and Bitcoin Crush you play in tournaments of four people against each other and the first three to finish in terms of highscore get rewards in Bitcoins. The first gets 300 satoshi, the second 150 and the third place secures you 50 satoshi – the last guy gets nothing other than some playing experience. You also have the option to challenge a friend on one-to-one battle where the reward goes to the winner only and it is a bit higher at 500 satoshi. When you collect at least 16000 satoshi from playing either of the two or both games you are able to cashout by entering you Bitcoin wallet address inside the game and sending your winnings there. We have played both games for about 20 minutes in total and managed to earn a bit more than 2000 satoshi, though half of the time spent on the flapper game was pretty much a waste as we could not get much as we apparently such as it, but on the crush game we did much better though winning the first place was still rare – second and third were a common thing. So the amount you earn and the time it will take to be able to reach the minimum to request a payment to your Bitcoin wallet will also depend on your skill. Anyway, we do recommend to give the two games a go and see how well will you do and maybe earn some coins while doing so, this is definitely a better way to get Bitcoins than to surf through a lot of Bitcoin faucets.

For more information about the game Bitcoin Flapper and to check it out…
For more information about the game Bitcoin Crush and to check it out…

SaruTobi is a fun little game that is currently only available on Apple iOS-based devices such as the iPhone or the iPad that rewards players with real Bitcoin tips for playing the game. SaruTobi is Japanese for Monkey Fly! and that is just what this game is all about. You need to swing the monkey Tobi on his vine to build up momentum, when his speed is high enough you fling him through the air and see how far he goes and as the monkey flies it can collect coins or powerups. The in-game Bitcoins you collect along the way can be used to buy power ups including: Springs, Glider, Rocket and others. The more interesting thing are the rareer BlackCoins that you need to collect to claim a real Bitcoins with them in the form of a Bitcoin Tip.


Once you collect at least 12 BlackCoins inside the game you can exchange them for a Bitcoin tip, all you need to do is set your Bitcoin wallet address inside the game’s settings, so that it knows where to send you BTC. You can enter your full Bitcoin wallet address, but since entering that on your smartphone or tablet may not be that easy you can also get a free online Bitcoin wallet from Xapo and just set your email address there to get the satoshis instantly transferred there. You need an average of about 15-20 minutes to be able to collect 12 BlackCoins before you can exchange them for a Bitcoin Tip, though your luck may vary and you might get them faster or slower. So far redeeming BC for Bitcoin Tips has resulted in getting in between 50 and 110 bits, or with other words 5000 to 11000 satoshi just for spending some time playing a free game on your smartphone or tablet. Just be careful, the game is quite addictive!

For more details about the free iOS game SaruTobi that rewards you with real Bitcoins…