Welcome to my Cutie Garden review.
Animal games that have offered a way to earn have always gone down well.
It combines people’s interests for money and animals, and as a result, you have the secret sauce.
Here on this site, I have aimed to cover all types of games that claim to payout, and by far, these kinds of games do the best.
Now, this brings me on to the game I will be reviewing today called Cutie Garden.
It’s brand new, but if you saw the data and the numbers it’s bringing in, you would think it has been on the store.
The claim is that, like the title, you can earn just over $1000 in a week from playing it.
These games always play up and often mislead their users, so if you want to know if this is another case, make sure you read this post all the way to the end.
Cutie Garden Review Summary
- Owner: Minijoy Studio
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Cutie Garden?
Cutie Garden is a game on the game store where you merge together various animals.
If you have played any of those three, which are all very popular, you will see some significant similarities.
There isn’t too much the game itself, and with them being like the games I mentioned earlier, they aren’t unique apart from the fact you have different pets.
But what is driving interest is the advert, which features YouTuber Ryan Hildreth, who seems to be promoting the advert.
I say seem because these apps have a tendency of using clips of famous people talking about an item and make it look like they’re promoting their service when actually there probably talking about something else.
Either way, this advert for Cutie Garden showed Ryan receiving a payout for $1,072.13. As we go through this post will tell you whether this is true.
Now Cutie Garden is developed by MiniJoy Studio, who is known for the success of Lucky Toss 3D.
By this, I don’t mean that they are a great app has they never paid out; however, they reached 1 million installs. I can only imagine this to be the case with Cutie Garden.
How Does It Work?
You can get Cutie Garden on Android by typing it into the Google Play Store.
After you have it installed, you will be shown a message on launch.
This is Cutie Garden asking for access to make and manage your calls. I don’t advise you to press allow, with deny being the best option to choose here. After pressing one of the options, you will also be asked for the device location, of which I recommend the same action.
That is because games don’t need access to these permissions.
Once you’ve moved on from this step, the game will launch, and you will see a screen like the one below.
It looks a lot like Puppy Town, with the only differences being that instead of just puppies, its different animals.
How the game plays is you have different leveled pets.
The goal is to combine those of the same level together. Doing so will then upgrade them.
If you take two levels, one Koalas like in the picture, then it will upgrade to a Level 2 Squirrel.
The higher the level of animal you have, the more coins you will make per second.
That, in turn, will help you upgrade as coins can be used to redeem pets.
How To Make Money With Cutie Garden?
I was expecting your standard game where, for each level you upgrade too or after merging a certain amount of animals a payout.
However, I found no incentive to this, and from searching the whole app, I found no way actually to earn money.
Minijoy Studio does have another game, as I mentioned earlier, which gives you cash for completing levels.
Now sure, they don’t payout, but with this game and unless I am wrong, there is no way to make cash.
But there doesn’t seem to be a way to earn money as the advert suggests.
It does look like I am not the only person to have this problem. Here are a few pieces of feedback from the Cutie Garden review section:
How Much Can You Earn?
Earlier I was talking about someone called Ryan Hildreth. He is an internet entrepreneur that claims to have helped over 200 thousand people get success online.
However, when I saw this advert for Cutie Garden, where he seemed to have got a payout from the company, its safe to say I knew something was off.
After looking into the game more, I found that it was launched only seven days ago on the 15th of September.
So this advert implies one of three things,
- Either Ryan has started playing the game and made the amount over 1k. That seems unlikely, considering I found no way to earn.
- The game has paid him to promote the product.
- Or, like games I stated above, have used his image to promote the app.
Whichever way you look at it, the claims this game is making are most likely false.
With these games, I find it easy to exploit them as they make the most unrealistic claims.
But this one, in particular, was impressive as they haven’t even been out seven days, and already there is supposedly someone making $1k.
That’s when you know these developers are just looking to exploit as many people as possible.
When you take people’s love of pets and also their eagerness to make money, you have yourself a game like Cutie Garden.
It is not legit, and you won’t make money. However, that wasn’t the intention of it, as it was never designed to help people get payments of $1k.
Instead, this game was launched as a cash grab. With the many people who have already installed the game, MiniJoy Studios will be cashing in as the game is filled with ads.
What is crazy is that the game has just reached a week of being active in the store, and already, they have 100 thousand installs. It will likely follow suit with other games and get a few million at the least.
That brings me to the end of this Cutie Garden review. I am not a fan, and I don’t think they payout, especially not a thousand bucks within a week. I can tell you that’s not possible for sure.
What do you guys think about the game? Have you been able to earn any money from it?
Let me know by leaving a comment down below.