What Is Hamster Kombat and Is it a Scam?

Hamster Kombat is another emerging Telegram-based tap-to-earn game, that was launched on March 26th, 2024.

It gained over 1 million players just within 11 days after launching. But is the game worth your attention? Let’s find out in our article.

What is Hamster Kombat

Hamster Kombat is another fast-growing play-to-earn mobile game available through Telegram, like Notcoin and TapSwap. The game amassed 1 million players just within 11 days after launching.

Due to its popularity and active use of the referral program, it already has over 42 million active players.

The Hamster Kombat Gameplay revolves around tapping a Hamster coin to collect coins and level up your exchange.

You can complete tasks, participate in daily combo to earn an instant $HK 5 Million and even mine coins to automatically receive more coins. Another way you can gain more coins is through the referral program, whereby a player gets bonuses for inviting friends and others to the Hamster Kombat game.

Your earnings can subsequently be converted into real tokens for withdrawing earned funds. The gameplay is similar to the popular game Notcoin.

One of the key features of Hamster Kombat is the ability to earn passively. Players can purchase special cards in the “Mine” section, allowing their exchange to continue earning coins even after they exit the game for hours.

Social Media Opinion

During Launch Day on the X (formerly Twitter) platform, even though detailed opinions or reviews were scarce about the project. When I observed the comment section, I realized that most comments are uniformly positive, with recurring praises such as “welcome,” “nice,” “awesome,” “great” etc. While positive, these comments lack detailed feedback that could guide potential players or help developers improve the game.

However, some users have shared critical insights:

A player complained that he had lost between 20,000 to 50,000 tokens due to the glitch on the app.

Another player asked if after making around 10 million if it could be sold or just wait till launch day.

However, these concerns have yet to receive their reply, which we suspect one of the reasons is because of the high number of comments they receive per post.

Community, Website, and Social Media Accounts

The Telegram channel known as the Hamster Kombat Announcement was set up on March 5th, while the game was launched on March 26th, and by April 8, it had attracted over 1 million players. I realized that this channel is mainly utilized for sharing announcements and doesn’t facilitate discussions or feedback from the team behind the game.

As of 22nd May 2024, The project’s account on X has attracted over 3.4 million followers. However, the comment section under this account is mostly filled with praises and spam messages, and it lacks interactions or feedback from the project team. 

In addition, they launched their YouTube channel on May 24th, 2024 and within just 26 hours after launching it gained 1 million subscribers, now they are pushing to hit 10 million subscribers.

Furthermore, Hamster Kombat’s website gives few details regarding their coin, it provides a link to join their Telegram and X platform, plus a roadmap on their progress. They currently wrote “coming soon” to their Whitepaper, but a few days ago it had a pdf of their Whitepaper.

This means there are fewer options available for obtaining comprehensive information or for direct communication with the team, which is also anonymous.

Third-Party Scam Review

We went further to paste Hamster Kombat’s official site on a third-party scam checker known as ScamAdviser and they claimed that the website only has a 46% Trustscore.

The reasons for the low score are:

  • The hidden identity of the owner of the website: which based on my experience can be ignored
  • The website is in a high-risk location: This can be a major concern because there was no location listed on the site, and if it is in an environment with high scam probability, then it can also be.
  • Another reason for Hamster Low Trustscore is the 2-month-old of the website, which is very young, it’s a concern but not a major one because every Crypto project starts young.
  • Another reason is that Hamster Kombat doesn’t allow ScamAdviser to analyse its content.

Bottom Line: Is Hamster Kombat a Scam or Not?

There has been a growing concern about the legitimacy of Hamster Kombat and similar games. 

This game is about having fun and maybe making money similar to its counterpart, Notcoin. Even though Hamster Kombat has a website, not much else is known about the creators or exactly how it works, and it has yet to create a new Whitepaper. 

Also, Hamster Kombat is just a fun game where you don’t need to spend any money – meaning you have nothing to lose apart from the time spent even if it doesn’t go as planned.

Here is the good news, for them to go as far as launching a YouTube channel means they will try everything to maintain good standing with their users. So it has a higher chance of winning than losing.

Overall, our opinion is that if you’re looking for a fun game to try and possibly make money like what we saw in Notcoin, Hamster Kombat could be a great option. Due to no financial commitment required, you can register and participate when you have the time or use the “mine” option to activate an automatic method of earning.

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