Welcome to my Jelly Connect app review.
Most of us wouldn’t mind being in a position where you have so much money that you don’t know what to do with it.
While, of course, it would bring some issues, it is more attractive than having no money at all.
Now why I say this is because of this new game. They have an advert promoting it, which shows someone essentially chucking away money.
They’re hanging out of a passengers sheet while letting money fly out of his hand.
The reason for this is the developers are suggesting that someone could make so much money playing Jelly Connect that they could just do stupid things with it.
In today’s post, I will answer whether you can earn lots by playing it and whether you can be a wealthy individual as a result.
Table of Contents
Jelly Connect App Review Summary
- Owner: Blinggame
- What Are They?: Jelly Puzzle Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Jelly Connect?
Jelly Connect is a game made by Blinggame with roughly 500 downloads and is just your everyday puzzle game.
The developers have made the interesting move to promote this game as a solution for those who are desperate to earn money.
The series of adverts that have released gives people the impression that playing it will make you rich on the spot.
Now those that are behind it have not only released other money-making games.
But they have focused the efforts on them, which is likely because they know they can benefit by creating simple little games that claim to pay.
While not actually giving a cent to anyone.
It’s how developers like Blinggame go about their business, and since they are never obligated to give any winnings out, it has proven to be a profitable business model.
Being Able To Throw Money Away
Thanks to an advert of theirs that I spoke about earlier gets people thinking before they have even downloaded the game they can earn a lot.
People, therefore, are turning to this brand new game, not to complete jelly puzzles, but because they see a lifestyle they want to have themselves.
With this advert, there are so many red flags that tell you many things about the developers.
It also gives it away from the owners’ intentions and what will happen if users try to earn with it.
Now below is a screenshot of the clip where that user was giving away way too much money:
The image below looks quite bad, and you have to say that what the owners are doing is shocking.
However, the rest of the advert is full of misleading lies by showing you payments being sent that look photoshopped.
As well as finishing it all off by showing someone spreading their money with a get rich button placed in there.
The people who are being targeted will likely just be interested in finding an opportunity to earn.
But companies like this one will literally take it to a whole new level, as you can see from the images above.
It’s how you know it’s all not real, as it’s completely overhyped.
How To Make Money With Jelly Connect?
How the game works is you have a 5×5 grid of jellies, which you need to combine to increase the numbers.
You start with jellies that have a worth of two and four, and from there, you need to get them to 2048 and higher.
Now the advert includes plenty of edits and a lot of photoshopping; however, one aspect that you do see when you download the game is the bonus amounts.
So as you merge these numbers in the puzzle together, you will get amounts added to a fake balance at the top.
As I was saying, the only time they were consistent is with these amounts, as the $12.12 seen in the advert is one you will get as you play Jelly Connect.
Every other time you merge these numbered jellies, you will be offered money that you can choose to collect.
This means earning within the app is no problem, and you may be thinking that the game is fine if the bonuses are given out to users.
Well, that is where the other problem arises, as unlike in the advert where you see a picture of an email receipt where Jelly Connect seems to have paid someone.
There is no record of this game paying anyone yet.
The only defence the game could have at this point is that they do have under 1000 users playing it.
However, that is voided because the other games, Blinggame, has have no payment proofs circling the web.
How Do They Pay?
Jelly Connect claims to pay users, through both, along with prizes such as iPhones that can found in separate features within the game.
With the frequent bonuses given, the developers have cleverly placed high thresholds for their users to reach.
To make sure that people play for long durations and therefore keeps the revenue coming in for them.
The amount shown in the payout section is $200, which you have to reach to even press redeem.
Playing Jelly Connect means you are placing your trust in a developer that is both unknown but does not have a track record for paying over other games that have made.
So, as a result, the smartest move with this game is to not go anywhere near it, as there is nothing to prove that you are guaranteed to get paid by using it.
You could quite easily, from my experience, put the time in for no avail, as I have seen and heard from many users who have played a game set up like this that doesn’t honour its word.
Before I finish off, I would also like to bring up the advert, from which you can learn a lot from the one Jelly Connect has. Throughout the video, there are red flags, from the way the paid actors of acting to the ridiculous cash amounts.
All tell me and should tell you that these owners are the last people you want to be giving your time to.
Thanks for reading my Jelly Connect app review.
If you have any questions for me, do let me know below 🙂