For this post, I have a Forest Garden app review.
With this game, the claim and from what is shown in the ad is that you can earn coins that can be exchanged for real rewards.
The people behind it say that users just need to play for a short time span of 10 minutes a day to get paid money.
Once I got to the end of the video I was also shown repeated payouts being sent from Forest Garden to someone’s account.
This was for a total of $180 split up into 3 different payouts.
However, despite what is shown in the advert that you may or may not have seen, the main claim is that this game will make you money.
But is that entirely true and can spending little time each day on it get you hundreds of dollars with ease?
Over the next couple of minutes, I will cover all of this and tell you whether this game is genuine or not.
Forest Garden App Review Summary
- Owner: Xiaoxiao Wang
- What Are They?: Idle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Forest Garden?
Forest Garden is a game where you can earn virtual money by tapping on trees.
It is made by another developer that has taken the money doesn’t grow on trees idiom and turned it into a game, where they basically prove it wrong showing you that it does.
Now of course there is more to it, as most of these games do actually back up this idiom, as they never seem to payout.
I have tried different types of tree-earning games.
Where either your merge or tap on one like Forest Garden and they tend to just end up wasting your time.
For instance, you have:
Just like those games Forest Garden is also run by an unknown developer.
What I mean by this is the company has no info or even is established.
This is important when it comes to trusting their word, as without any information on who is behind it you can never take them seriously.
Despite being under the radar, the owners clearly have a good idea of what they’re doing as they have got Forest Garden to 100 thousand installs.
That is all from their adverts, as the game isn’t promoted within the app store.
There are also no ratings to show or testimonials, so most users, are downloading the game based on what they see in the advert.
This again isn’t the smartest move, as most of these are quite decisively and don’t portray the actual truth.
Something you will find out to be the case with Forest Garden as we move through this review.
How Does Forest Garden Work?
The aim of the game is to grow your tree while also earning money simultaneously.
To do this you just need to tap on the tree repeatedly.
When you do this two things happen.
Firstly you are given fertilizer to grow the tree which you will use the green cash currency given to you.
This is essentially leveling up which you can see a counter-off in the top left corner.
Secondly, you get money for doing this.
That is because in these trees you have different PayPal squares that can be retrieved.
When these fall of the tree as a result of you tapping on it.
You will then receive a bonus for collecting it.
Now there is no correlation between earning these seconds after you start playing or after 10 minutes because these remain high.
They do though tend to be within the region of $100, amounts which are essentially silly.
However, they want to keep as many users fixated on the game, so giving amounts encourage longer screen time and therefore higher revenue.
How Do They Pay?
The payout area is the most questionable when it comes to Forest Garden.
As just like all the other games I linked to above based around trees, its not clear as to whether this one does.
This is due to amounts given to you within the region of $100 every single time you earn a bonus.
Now interestingly there are a few ways to cash out, firstly there is what is called a ‘Crazy Redeem’.
What this means is that you can redeem whatever you earn within the first day as long as you reach $1000.
Once you have reached that amount, you can fill in your account and make a request.
The other way to redeem, with the previous one being a limited offer, is to reach $1500 which seems to be the normal threshold.
Now if you are here because you have redeemed a reward and haven’t received it, then what I will share next may be the reason why.
As once you have reached either of the thresholds, there is still work to do.
That is because as you can see above each reward request requires videos to be watched in order to activate the order.
Now, this is very silly, and trust me, not something that legitimate paying apps do.
If you reach a threshold on any genuine game such as in the link above, you will get paid fair and square.
But these applications are different, and they want you to watch these videos so that they benefit.
They’re not even likely to pay you out either, so its something to keep in mind, as the likely scenario is that any effort on this app will not pay off.
Forest Garden is just like all the other tree-earning games I have tried up to now.
It is one that is created to fool you into thinking you can earn money and essentially they just want to exploit you.
If there was money to be earned with this app I would make it clear, but there simply isn’t a way to earn.
So while spending hours on this game could help you get towards $1000 with no issues.
Its unlikely that they will honor their word, and pay you anything they promise to give you.
With everything I have covered in this post in mind, I, therefore, think its much better for you to use these apps instead.
The reason why is simple, they have a track record of paying and offer genuine opportunities for someone like yourself to profit from using your phone.
So if you are still interested in earning money by playing games, you are in safe hands with those ones.
I hope this Forest Garden app review has answered any questions you had about this game.
Any questions at all that I haven’t addressed by all means leave them below 🙂