Welcome to my Candy Merge app review.
Along with eating candy, a lot of people have an interest of earning money.
So with this game that I recently discovered, the developers have combined them both together.
To a point whereby moving different candies around a grid, can apparently help ordinary folk to win extortionate amounts of money.
Now if you are a fan of games like Candy Crush but are also intrigued by the idea of playing something similar while being able to exchange money, then this post is for you.
I will be telling you whether this new app will satisfy your sweet tooth or just leave you at regret for even bothering to install it on your phone in the first place.
Make sure you read right until the end therefore to find out if they pay out cash or not!
Candy Merge App Review Summary
- Owner: Fish King Wang
- What Are They?: Candy Themed Puzzle
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Candy Merge?
Candy Merge is the money earning game to hit the store and attract the interest of both lovers of sweets and money.
The game which is interestingly described by the owners Fish King Wang as a ‘relaxing’ one is based around users simply moving sweets around and achieving various different combos.
However unless you have come across the game via an advert, it’s likely that most users won’t know initially that it is primarily a money-based game.
As nowhere in the app store do the developers note anything about the various cash functions in the game.
The reason for that is because like 100’s of other games they are exploiting a current loophole.
This allows them to upload their cash-themed games on the platform in an early access mode while keeping rewards a secret.
Now for those who have gone straight from the advert to download the game, this may sound even more intriguing.
Especially if the people behind the ad have promoted it has a lucrative earning game, which tends to be the case.
However, what is almost 100 percent the case, is these games that work in this way almost never deliver.
This is due to a combination of making money being so simple and high sums being awarded at every turn.
And as you will see in these upcoming sections, Fish King Wang is running Candy Merge like almost every game of its type currently claiming to pay out thousands to its users.
The Subtle Additions Of Currencies
Candy Merge seriously comes off as ironically a sweet and innocent game.
The way it’s shown in the store, is nothing more than a puzzle game.
For the first few seconds of even playing the game, that stays the same too.
However, once you have opened up the game, and have looked Candy Merge up and down, you will notice subtle additions of currencies that have been implemented.
Right at the top you have three currencies in total. Starting from the left you have Amazon, PayPal in the middle and finally rounded of by dollars.
Now obviously the two on the left both have value in that, you get virtual funds that can apparently be cashed out once you have hit a threshold.
For the purple dollars on the right, they don’t have any value apart from helping you purchase additional props as shown at the bottom of the image above.
You may get an idea of how this game works within seconds of playing it, but to explain it quickly you are simply swapping different shaped jellies with each other to achieve combos.
When you do this you will earn points, which will increase the number shown just above the grid.
Now for those who aren’t too big on the idea of stages, this game might appeal too.
As it consists of endlessly removing these shaped jellies, and trying to get the highest possible combos you can achieve.
How To Make Money Candy Merge?
Now no matter how good a game is, which in this case is quite a poor one, the growth wouldn’t be as quick if it was the same as every other bubble popping puzzle game on the market.
I would guess there are likely thousands of them out there, and to some degree, they are all essentially the same.
But these guys have generated decent numbers within days of releasing Candy Merge because of the cash in the game.
Now while users aren’t to know at first that all the money they generate is fake, it does give people the impression when they first start playing that making money is just a breeze.
As you build up your score and achieve combos, you are also treated to various different cash bonuses.
These bonuses both pop up on your screen as substantial amounts as shown below.
But also as you play, your balances will slowly grow because every removal of jelly also results in some amount of virtual funds.
Cashing Out With Candy Merge?
Candy Merge claims to pay each of their users once they have $1000 in the balance.
Unlike some games, they don’t stop you from reaching the threshold so reaching it is straightforward.
However once you have made a request, it goes under review and the time it takes will be stated in the redemption section.
It starts at 24 hours and counts down, however, the incentive to quicken up this time is by watching videos.
For each one, you watch 30 minutes is taken away from the timer.
What You Need To Know About The Candy Merge App
1. Implying That Thousands Are There To Be Won
If we talk about the screenshot you saw earlier, where figure of over $100+ was taken from the game.
You can really see how the developers are doing
This was not only given to me when I achieve a few combos but its the same amounts that all users of the game will be able to attain.
So while maybe some users aren’t aware the developers are putting thousands of dollars seemingly on the table for all these players of the game.
Amounts that are certainly not feasible to be paid out to everybody.
This is why it’s such a red flag that Fish King Wang and companies who run similar cash games, give users such big virtual funds without them needing to work for it.
2. Silly 24 Hour Timer
Now I don’t know if you have tried legitimate making money apps, but this is not how any genuine one works.
You won’t be told to do certain things to quicken up a payment.
What you would do is simply put a request and wait maybe a day or two for that arrive.
But in this case, they are encouraging you to watch ads, for there own gain and greed.
Candy Merge as a whole has so many red flags on show, but this one stands out as it makes apparent they its all fake.
There is no actual payment being looking into, and there users are just being played with put simply.
For those who like sweet themed games and of course money, Candy Merge for the first few minutes may seem almost too good to be true.
The reason why that is, is because they are and the developers are as ungenuine as you will find out there.
They may have all this money in-game, they also might have adverts persuading you to download their game, because they at first look to be guaranteeing you some decent money.
However none of the games do pay in the end, and I would be very surprised especially considering what I have seen with Candy Merge that they payout in the end.
From my experience, the only way to actually guarantee that you will be able to earn money is by working with the established app developers who have running legitimate paying apps for years.
If you are wondering what these are, well don’t worry about having to sieve your way through them, as I have made a list of paying apps right here for you to check out.
That way your not wasting your time trying these games first, and can go straight to earning money without messing about.
With that said I do hope this Candy Merge app review helped you out.
If you have any questions at all or apps you would like me to review next leave them just below this post 🙂