Animal-based games tend to go down a storm on the app store, so I thought today I would do a Cat Island review.
Like the other animal games, I have checked out that they have claimed to payout. This one is another that portrays itself as an easy way to earn money with.
If there is something I picked up on is that these developers aren’t stupid when it comes to creating new apps that will get the attention of mass amounts of people.
This is why, with other games that have included an animal in along with showing off a way to earn money, do well on the market. They often get millions of installs.
Now, if you are here wondering if you can get paid after payment just from doing some fishing with some cats, then make sure to read this review through to the end.
Before I get started with the post, chances are you are looking for a fun animal-based game that gives real money. Don’t worry I hear you!
Table of Contents
Cat Island Review Summary
- Owner: Ellianouteau
- What Are They?: Animal Themed Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Cat Island?
Cat Island joins a number of animal-themed games on the Google Play Store that claim you gain freedom in your life just by playing the game.
That mini list includes the likes off:
This game consists of users fishing PayPal cash out of the waters, and in return, you can apparently get repeatable payouts.
So far, the amount of installs they have reached is 10k installs. They are also owned by an unknown developer going by ‘Ellianouteau.’
Getting Started With Cat Island
Cat Island can be installed from the Play Store. All you have to do is download it onto your phone.
When you do go to launch it, the first prompt you will be shown is to connect Cat Island to your Google Account.
Through this process, they will ask you for permission. It doesn’t matter if you deny or accept them, as you will still be able to connect your account.
Once all the signing up is out the way, you will be a list of daily bonuses that can be attained over the next seven days along with a $2 bonus to get started.
How To Play Cat Island?
In the advert, it is advertised as a fishing game, and that’s exactly what you have here.
It’s like other games where you fish items out of the sea and pick up rewards. One example would be Happy Fishing, a game I reviewed months ago.
The similarities between the two are they both work in the same way and are easy to understand.
Each level requires you to collect an amount of fish.
What you need to do is tap on areas within the sea that you want the cat to send the fishing rod down to collect.
In the sea, you will find cash, trash, and slot spins.
Cash will appear with PayPal icons on them, and if you pick them up, you will get money added to your account.
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How To Make Money With Cat Island
There is an obvious way to earn, which is through playing the main game. However, along with that, there are ways to earn within Cat Island.
Now, of course, the first way to get money is by guiding the fishing rod to the fish with the PayPal icons.
From doing my first pick-up, I managed to get $14.
The main aim of the levels is to pick up enough fish to move on, but if you can get the ones with cash associated with them, you will be able to collect it and add it to your balance.
Other methods of collecting money consist off:
- New User Daily Bonuses: Every day that you log in consecutively up to 7 days, you will receive a chest. It’s possible to get small amounts of cash here, and for me, I was able to get $5 for the first day.
- Watching Videos: On the main menu, the icon at the bottom will allow you to earn more through watching a video. I watched two to see what I would get and got $22 in total. The ads in total only ran for just under a minute.
How Do They Pay?
For each time you earn any money, you will be shown this pop-up with the details for a payout.
As stated in the pop-up, you need to have made $200 in order to press cash out and request a payment.
What is interesting about the minimum threshold is that the advert I watched suggested that it wasn’t this high.
If you look at this video of where someone is showing the payments that he is supposedly receiving money from Cat Island, each one is either $10, $25, or $35.
But how is he getting that money, because it’s not possible to get it from this game since the threshold is much higher at $200, it would be impossible for you to get paid sooner.
Now really, I could talk for ages about the red flags with these games, and this Cat Island review could be really long because of it.
But there is no point because these apps know what there doing with the adverts being made to be as misleading as possible just to get as many users to join.
Cat Island Is Full Of Fake Claims And Lies! I Personally Hate That!
What You Need To Know About
1. Too Much Money At The Start
When you start playing Cat Island, you will find that from playing the game for a few minutes, you will already have a lot of money showing in the balance.
Its common for games like this one to be generous at the start, but I was not expecting to see $40+, especially since all I had done was watched a few videos and picked up two fish.
That seems over the top and for most apps would be aligned with the adverts, since they often make it seem like you can earn $10 a second.
But with all this money, there isn’t too much you can do with it.
The minimum threshold, as I said, is at $200, so I would need to earn an extra $160. However, there is no way that they will let me reach that amount fast.
2. Links To Shady Games
On the main menu, there is a YouTube icon, which at first, I thought was the developer’s YouTube channel.
However, when I clicked on it, what I found was someone by the name of ‘Make Money With Chang.’
The profile picture shows an Asian man with money across his face. He does have a big following; however, what doesn’t make sense is why this person is linked to the game.
Never before have I played a game where within the application, they are promoting other people’s channels, however for all I know, he could be something to do with Cat Island.
Now what I thought was odd here was the videos this person has been making. He seems to be doing reviews of other making money games, but just through scrolling through, I found that he was promoting games that I have reviewed myself.
These of which I labeled have not paid out apps and, as a result, don’t recommend.
Here is a screenshot:
So to bring this back, why is all of this linked together? It doesn’t put Cat Island in the best of light and makes you think something dodgy is going on. Which let’s face it, is normally the case with these games anyway.
Seen Enough Of Cat Island? Me Too!
If you like pets and fishing, then Cat Island would make a good game for you.
However, if you are more interested in getting strings of payments to your PayPal just from playing this game, you will be disappointed to hear that won’t be possible.
Any advert you have seen from this game is a lie, and any claim that you can make is probably one too.
What will happen is you will get money really easy to begin with; however, you will likely come short of that $200 threshold.
I do hope this Cat Island review helped you out! If you have any questions or any feedback on the game, do let me know below 🙂