This Big Win Hunter review is going to be interesting for a few reasons.
It’s a money-making game I have frequently visited over the past few months.
However, I put off reviewing it because I didn’t see an actual way to earn cash.
Now not only is there still plenty of hype surrounding this game, but I have had a few people reach out to me asking what the deal is with this game.
So finally, I am going to check it out properly, give you my verdict, and as usual, tell you whether you can expect to receive money.
Big Win Hunter Review Summary
- Owner: Rechard John
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 3/5
What Is Big Win Hunter?
So Big Win Hunter, a game that was released towards the back end of last year, has become popular because of the claim you can earn money.
It may still be in early access even months after hitting the app store, but the game has hit the 500k milestone.
The game joins existing merging games like Cutie Garden and Mood To Merge that also seem to offer the same opportunities.
Now I have heard that not only can you make money, but also that you can get $300 in 3 days playing it.
To show proof of this, here is a screenshot in-game:
Just reading that, it looks like a given that users will get rewarded.
However, what people are reporting is a different story.
The owners are named Rechard John.
There isn’t any information on them apart from having two other games in the store. Both of which are Solitaire and money-making based.
How Does Big Win Hunter Work?
To play this game, you need to do just two things.
This is merging turrets and then placing them in positions to take down animals in the sea.
Now why you merge turrets and with the money aside is to upgrade them to take down creatures quicker.
The higher the level, the more damage you do.
You start with level 1 turrets, and you need to upgrade them up by connecting those of the same level.
For instance, two base turrets of level 1 each will join to make one level two turret.
Connect two-level two turrets, and you will have a level three one, and so on.
There are various slots at the bottom of the game, which you can use as space to merge up.
From there, you can move up a maximum of five of them, so they are active shooters.
Can You Earn Money?
The money is a confusing aspect with Big Win Hunter, and I will explain why now.
That is because it doesn’t seem like everyone can collect money in the game.
So in this section, I will explain what I see and what other people are experiencing.
My Version Of The Game
Now here is exactly what I see when I launch up the game.
You don’t see any cash icons or buttons, nor does it look like you can earn money while playing.
I have done nothing different to other users. I have just downloaded the game from the store but found no earning opportunities.
This was the case with Crazy Popstar a while ago, and most recently, Bear Dice games, which I checked to see if there was still a way of earning virtual cash only for it to be removed.
While I see no money on my side, there are still users who can, making you wonder whether the developers close down aspects of the game to certain regions.
What Are Other Users Seeing?
Here is a user playing Big Win Hunter and receiving a bonus of $3.06 for reaching a new level of the turret.
I should see little bonuses like that one shown above for every time I level up.
In total, there are three currencies that you may have noticed weren’t shown on my version.
You can get PayPal money, Play Store credit, and finally, green coins.
The first two are the easiest to build up, and Big Win Hunter will hand them out generously.
But for the latter, the green coins, they take a lot longer to build up.
I have heard from some users they weren’t able to get over a $1 after hours of playing.
So trying to pick up green coins is a poor use of your time.
What You Need To Know About
1. Not Processing Requests
For many users of Rechard John’s game, the frustration lies with the fact the developers are not paying people.
You have people requesting payments of $80+.
I have seen one person who has requested well over $2000.
However, none of these people are getting sent a dime.
Not only is Big Win Hunter leading you to believe you will get paid when you follow certain conditions, but they also aren’t actually paying you if you reach them.
This isn’t entirely a surprise. After all, you can’t get paid the money mentioned above for playing some sea-based merging games.
2. Rules Changing
When you play any money-making game, you automatically agree to any terms stated in the conditions when you launch the game.
One of these terms is that the company can make whatever changes to the game whenever necessary.
Let’s say the cash out is $10, to begin with, a game could change it to $100 when you reach $10.
It’s unfair, but games like Big Win Hunter always get the final say.
The reason I am saying this because I saw reports from users where they said tasks change frequently.
It means you might have to watch a certain amount of videos to get paid.
But if you reach the amount that is shown, it might increase.
This could be part of the game’s script, so users can’t cash out easily and watch tons of videos, so the developers get paid more.
However, it’s not entirely clear what’s going on.
What I would say is that any game that sets rules like making you watch 100 videos to get paid when you’re supposed to be getting paid to play a game is likely not genuine.
3. 100 Ads To Get Paid?
The game is there to make the owners money with ads. They use PayPal as a ploy to get as many people on board.
What I hate is how they literally exploit their users by making each one watch 100’s ads, which is not an over-exaggeration.
To supposedly redeem, users must log in for successive days and watch ridiculous amounts of videos.
The quantities of ads they show to their users are likely making the developers hundreds of thousands in income.
Now I have given Big Win Hunter an okay rating of three out of five stars because the game itself ain’t too bad.
It’s playable and fairly enjoyable.
However, there is no escaping the fact that getting paid with this game is the last thing that will happen since it’s doubtful.
As I discussed in the previous sections, everything is against you, and the developers are one step ahead of you at all times.
So just when you think you have done what is required to get paid, they reel the carrot further away from you.
Thanks for reading my Big Win Hunter review!
Now, if there is a question or two I haven’t covered, so make sure to leave it down below 🙂
Why does every award I find have a failure to implement I think you are a fraudulent application, and I will publish these pictures on all platforms so that I warn others of you
I am not connected or in any association with any of the apps, I review. I review them to help people like yourself save their time, as most of these games don’t payout.
Thanks for explaining about the game. I have cashed out 2 amounts for paypal and one for amazon. At first it said to watch videos and then it said to sign in for 100 and 150 days for the 2 pay pals. Not getting the amazon payout neither.
hi good day.im waiting for aproval for my redeem item.
They are scammers take care
Way I don’t have same application for this hunter game
Hi Good day. The redeem is already delivery but I didn’t receive the money on my PayPal account
Hi Jason, sorry to hear that you didn’t receive the money, there are many people playing Big Win Hunter that have had the same thing happened to them.
Hi I was wondering if Merge for money is real or not I don’t think it is
It isn’t I’m afraid Shonna 🙁
You contact your police department and international police organization as interpol police then demand to pay all winnings to all winners from who offered such PayPal till Amazon winnings.
Gintaras, as stated in the terms of each of these games, they are not obligated to pay any of their users out meaning there is no case or dispute to be made.
I don’t work with these games, however, that is, unfortunately, the fact of the matter.
Maria Francis Esatanislao Dacey
Hi im Marie
When Receive my money win this truth or scam???
To be honest I would say you wouldn’t receive any money from the game. The reason for that is explained in the review 🙂
Can we start a class action lawsuit against them? For theft of time by deception? I don’t see how it’s legal to get paid off of others and pretending to offer compensation and then not giving it. I don’t see how it’s legal to fraudulently deceive people and get paid off of it. There has to be some way to get paid. Because there are no rules, terms of service, or anything stating that they don’t have to pay you. Not on their play store or the app itself. I wonder if you could start a class action with Google play store for offering a deceptive, fraudulent, misleading app?
I get what you are saying Victoria, however its just not practical.
Firstly the apps make it clear, that Google has no involvement with the rewards or services that these games have.
Secondly, the games have covered themselves by putting in small text in their ads, that ‘result is not guaranteed’.
Aswell as this they say payment is subject to their own terms, which if you look in the terms and conditions it also states there the virtual currency as no monetary value.
Lastly these companies also operate overseas, which would make it very difficult to file a class-action lawsuit against them.
If they were in the US it would be different however being in Asia which is where all these companies are based, makes it almost impossible for any action to be taken.
I hope that helps Victoria 🙂