Big Cash is a game where you can play games and win cash for your efforts. It competes with a lot of other apps in the market today that have a similar offering. The app offers over 15 games for users to play and enjoy. These are mostly games that everyone enjoys, like cricket, football, rummy, car race, ludo, fantasy sports, and many more.
- Good user experience
- Neat layout
- In-game graphics are bad
- In-game user experience is bad
The app’s logo does not catch the user’s eye, and better color choices could have been made while designing the logo. Even though there are more than 15 games on the app, it has a decent overall design and manages to make its games attractive. The in-game designs are below average, to say the least. The in-game design and graphics look very average and do not have a good look and feel factor to it. The games have been designed in 2D and do not look appealing at all. The in-game environment that has been designed looks fake and does not have any feel to it.
Big Cash has a simple layout and manages to keep this simple even after accommodating more than 15 games on its platform. The menu has been very neatly laid out, and the user journey is very easy for any task. The app’s user interface is decent, with the overall look and feel of the landing page. However, the design of the main menu of the app can be improved. It isn’t the best in the app market, and there is scope for improvement. However, the app’s user experience seems to be smooth enough, and the user would not have any problem navigating his way through the app. The in-game user experience of the app is not so good. The games are designed in 2D and leave you wanting more from the app.
The app has 15+ games and the ones that are most played by people like cricket, basketball, football, etc. entirely disappoint at every level. The games do not offer a good user experience and fail to hold the user for long. The in-game graphics and user experience is so bad that you might just quit between the game.
The gratification varies from game to game. It allows the user the freedom to choose the game where they feel the gratification is enough for their liking. Overall, even if you look at the lowest gratification offered in the app, it is decent, to say the least.
The in-game playing user experience leaves a lot to be desired. The gratification in the app varies from average to great. If you are willing to compromise on the in-game user experience, you might find the app decent enough to come back to.
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