Thanks for dropping by this Happy Golden Hen review.
There are numerous merging games active on the store right now, and they aren’t slowing down with new ones released daily.
Maybe your sick of seeing the advert, or you just want to know if they payout or not.
Whatever your reason for being here, I aim to provide you with the answers you are looking for.
Well, today, I will be breaking down what this game is about, and of course, that will include whether it’s possible to get paid.
So let’s get into the post.
Happy Golden Hen Review Summary
- Owner: Happy Merge Games
- What Are They?: Merging Games
- Verdict: Scam
- Recommended: No
What Is Happy Golden Hen?
Happy Golden Hen is a game created by Happy Merge Games that, as the name of the developer suggests, is a merge game.
They are owned by Happy Merge Games, who have released there the first couple of games on the market within the last two months.
These are all doing well, and Happy Golden Hen follows that pattern with the game already hitting the 1 million installs milestone since launching in mid-June.
How Does Happy Golden Hen Work?
So to jump right in, you need to choose whether to make a Happy Golden Hen account with either your Facebook or Google.
It doesn’t matter has such which one you decide to join with. However, you do get a small bonus if you choose Facebook.
So the aim of Happy Golden Hen to combine hens.
The latter of those three games is very similar to this one, with the structure of the app very alike.
When you start playing the game, you will go through a short tutorial lasting a few minutes tops.
This consists of merging your first hens. Like in the photo below:
You will also be shown how to buy new ones to merge and also taken through the tasks, which award you with bonuses.
How To Start Making Money?
Without really putting too much effort into the game, I made $3.05 in my first 5 minutes playing Happy Golden Hen.
When you reach the next level of a hen, so let’s say you merge two levels four hens together to make a level 5 one, you will get a cash reward.
I received $1 for each level I reached.
Along with this, you are also given a little bonus of a few cents here and there.
At the top of the game, there is a link to go to the invite section.
Here it states you can get up to $1500 for referring others.
This was very similar to Airplane Carrier, which has basically the same page copied and pasted.
Now I don’t know what the deal is with these games.
As you will often see the same features brandished around.
However, while they are common, they’re all made by different developers.
I just find it questionable how you have two features on two different games that are precisely the same.
With this referral program, it says you can get $1.95 per person you invite to the game.
Here is the section where Happy Golden Hen explains how the referrals works:
If you are thinking of downloading the game yourself, you can enter my invite code – 2542mm8.
How Do They Pay?
To withdraw your current earnings, you must first get your hens to level 30.
The minimum threshold is $1, and the maximum is $2000.
At first, it does look like you can withdraw straight away, which is never even an option with other apps.
But once you click withdraw and enter your PayPal address, you are reminded that you need to reach the required level first.
There are four amounts you can cash out for, the three lowest you must qualify for; however, the biggest one requires qualification.
What You Need To Know
1. Possibly Fake Reviews?
From reading the feedback from within the Happy Golden Hen review section, I found that most of the positive feedback looked rather unconvincing.
These reviews were very blunt and often just said how the game is great.
However, none of these people valuing the game has great are stating if it pays, and if so, how much they are getting.
Here are three reviews right next to each other that looked quite odd:
This leads me to think that these are likely paid for by the app developer.
Honestly, I wouldn’t be surprised as the game is at 4.5 stars, which is so high considering no actual payment proofs have come out of it.
2. ‘Always’ Sold Out
When you have enough to cash out, you will likely come across an error that the amount is out of stock.
This is a common issue with users who have attempted to withdraw the minimum amount of $1, as it’s not let them.
I have experienced this with other games myself, especially ones that offer achievable rewards.
Because with a massive surge of players playing these games, its understandable that they go out of stock.
Now I can understand that genuinely they could be out of stock, but the fact none of these games pay anyway doesn’t make it convincing.
So whether its a coincidence that it shows ‘out of stock’ I am not sure.
Happy Golden Hen is almost the same game as one I tried a few weeks ago, same gameplay, same layout. The only difference is instead of planes; you have hens.
From the advert, they do make the game look far too easy. First, they show you that you can withdraw straight away, and next, they say you can make $200+.
However, with nobody coming forward with payment proofs and with you needing to reach specific qualifications to get paid, it makes it difficult to believe anything they say.
You can always play for the game, which is usually the best approach, as making money is very rare with these games.
These are genuine opportunities where you don’t have to rely on luck to get paid out.
I do hope this Happy Golden Hen review helped you answer some of the questions on your mind.
As always, if you have anything to say, make sure to leave a comment down below 🙂