Welcome to my Farmyard Garden app review.
If I was to tell you that the simple act of gardening could make you a fortune.
It might just perk your interest.
Especially if I said it didn’t require you to bend your back in your actual garden, doing heavy work.
But instead, make as much as $3000 simply by tapping on plants within a virtual garden on your phone.
Having this money seemingly sent straight to your cash app account.
Sounds absolutely perfect right.
However right there could well just be the problem.
As with everything that sounds too good to be true, normally is, isn’t it?
Well I am not one to judge a book by its cover.
So today I am going to be telling you whether this game is genuinely a green thumb’s delight or a deceptive plot?
Table of Contents
Welcome to the Farmyard Garden
So let me introduce you to Farmyard Garden an app that is all about making money by doing the simple action of growing plants.
With a cool interface and let me almost say some wonderful plants too.
Its going to be hard to not like this game.
Well that is what I initially thought anyway.
But this game, where you will be sowing and harvesting a way, as way more to it then meets the eye.
Made by a developer called mar.williams.dev there is hardly any information on the owners of the game.
The so called people who are apparently going to be sticking to there word and paying you these 4 figure weekly sums.
So far they have two other games to there name, each being less well known then the one I will talk to you today.
However with each of these I noticed something in common.
That is each of these games was in a early access mode.
For those of you who don’t know this means the game, is hidden on the app store.
Not just to those who are looking for a new gardening to play.
But any users who have played Farmyard Garden already and want to give there feedback on it.
Has you will see over the course of this post, I am sure that plenty of these users wish they were able too!
Sowing Seeds of Doubt
Playing Farmyard Garden is really easy to get used too.
While the game is promoted as being this fast paced gardening game.
Which you can argue it is.
Its one of those idle based games, where your doing the same actions over and over again.
To play you simply put plants in the ground and grow them.
For each level you are given a selection of plants that need to be grown.
Using your coins, you pick these in order to complete the levels.
Now why this is important is because the levels, is what stands between you getting virtual currency and not.
With each level giving you a small cash bonus.
Typically around a couple of dollars.
Nothing like shown on the advert, mind you.
You will need to reach at least level 12 in order to unlock the first payout of £16.
Despite the fact that after level 4 like I experienced, you will already have £12.29 in the kitty.
Now this will feel wierd to those of you, who have come from the advert.
Because with what I am about to tell you.
This isn’t exactly the kind of money that was first put forward.
The Enticing And Exciting Promises
Before you get to the game itself, has I was alluding to just above, there is one likely way you found this game.
That is through there advertisements.
Has is the case for most money making games, the owners are capitalising on the strategy of paid ads.
In order to get those users like yourself who want to make money.
However these guys really do exploit its users eagerness to start earning right away.
You see there is an advert, which you may have seen various different versions off.
It features a woman at a market who is looking to buy food for $10.
She then proceeds to get her phone out of her pocket to play some other game to earn the money quickly to pay for the items.
Which by the way isn’t something any game will let you do so easily.
Fast forward to the point where she is confronted by another woman at this market who is buying items, who says to try out Farmyard Garden.
Its from here the advert really kicks in to gear.
Showing the simplicity of tapping a few buttons on a virtual garden, the user in the ad is able to generate $100s of every tap of their crops.
To the point where by the end of the video it shows a balance of $3000 being withdrawn via Cashapp.
Now if this isn’t a hook, I don’t know what is?
But its this, that while will excite many users.
Unfortunately leaves a bitter taste in my mouth, as I know too well how money making apps work.
Having reviewed hundreds.
So portraying it as being so easy, when it really isn’t the case in reality, is not something you like seeing.
For those of you gamers who like gardening and idle games, Farmyard Garden could be quite enjoyable.
That is as long as you can put up with the constant ads, that are shown almost every second.
However for those of you, who just want an actual earning opportunity which won’t waste your time and will pay you.
Then I would suggest to look further, or even better check out this list of legitimate money making apps.
That is because this game shows no sign of paying out, and the reality that you see within the game itself is so much different to the advert the company have made.
Which is a huge red flag.
So while the game may provide the distraction for those who enjoy idle games.
You won’t be able to reach the amounts of earnings that they claim, has its not doable, and importantly the app developers won’t pay you a dime.
I hope you found this Farmyard Garden app review helpful, if you have any thoughts you would like to share, make sure to do so below! 🙂