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SaruTobi is a free mobile game for Apple’s iOS devices such as iPhone or the iPad (not yet available for Android devices) that utilizes a simple yet fun and an addictive concept and comes with a Bitcoin theme. You essentially play a monkey called Tobi and there are two modes that you can choose between – either swing your character on his vine to build up momentum and then release him to fly, or swing and jump from vine to vine. In both modes you collect some coins that are called guess how – Bitcoins, but these are only in-game coins and not real Bitcoins. You can use these Bitcoins in-game to purchase some power ups to help you and add some fun while you play, and then there are other coins called Black Coins that you can also collect while you play. These coins can be redeemed for actual Bitcoin Tips, once you have collected at least 12 Black coins you can exchange them for a Bitcoin tip that will be sent to your Bitcoin wallet (you need to enter the address inside the game) and you can also use an email that is registered as a Xapo online Bitcoin wallet as the game apparently has an integrations with that service as well.


Sarutobi is actually the first game for the iOS platform to actually have a feature that rewards players with actual Bitcoins for playing the game, unlike for example the game Bitcoin Billionaire that we have reviewed a while ago. Now, don’t expect too much, you will not get rich playing SaruTobi and earning Bitcoin Tips as a reward, what you are going to get is equivalent to just a few cents. When trying out the game we have concluded that it takes about 15-20 minutes of game play to gather 12 Black Coins that can be redeemed for Bitcoin Tips. The tips you can expect to get are something in the range of between 50 bits and 120 bits, or at least we’ve seen such a rewards so far (5000 to 12000 satoshi). On the other hand this is much better than what many free Bitcoin faucets give you and with SaruTobi you get to have some fun playing an actual game, ideal for wasting some free time.


While playing SaruTobi you can also purchase some in-game content, namely in-game Bitcoins (not real ones) with the cash spent for these going for the Bitcoin Tips that you actually get rewarded with. The rewards wallet also gets filled in from donations and advertisements, though the only advertisement you are going to see for the moment is that of Genesis Mining who have apparently donated 15 THS of Bitcoin cloud mining hashrate to mine directly to the game’s rewards wallet.

If you are interested you are welcome to check out the game yourself, but a bit of warning – we already mentioned that it is a fun and an addictive game, so be careful and don’t spend too much time on it!

For more information about the free game SaruTobi for Apple iOS mobile devices…


Here is something interesting for you to get a bit of rest from the real world Bitcoin mining with a game for iPhone and iPad called Bitcoin Billionaire that has a virtual Bitcoin mining operation. The game is free and fun, a real time waster that is highly addictive, so be very careful with it. It has a retro style game graphics that could appeal to some of you that remember the time when all games looked like that, but that fact does not hurt the game at all. The goal of the game is to become a Bitcoin Billionaire by mining for Bitcoins and you do that by tapping on the screen of your mobile device, the more you earn the more options you have to earn even more – you can upgrade your miner for higher performance, do investments that bring you extra profit and so on. Simple concept that is no entirely relevant to actual Bitcoin mining, but instead taking a fun and addictive tap, tap, tap on your screen implementation with the ultimate goal of getting from geeky Bitcoin miner to geeky Bitcoin miner who owns a private island and is a Bitcoin Billionaire.


As we’ve said the game is free, though you can still buy in-game resources with real money inside it when your fingers start hurting from too many taps on the screen mining Bitcoins. Since the game is pretty addictive, though not overly realistic, we are going to warn you again to be careful with it, unless you have a lot of spare time you need to fill with something. Some of us already spent quite some time yesterday just trying out the game so that we can share some personal feedback from it, it can be quite addictive even for people that usually do not play mobile games on their smartphone or tablet devices. But then again it was fun thing checking it out and mining a few Gb of Bitcoins in our virtual tapping BTC mine with Bitcoin Billionaire.

For more information about the free game Bitcoin Billionaire for Apple iOS mobile devices…