I have been testing out Merge Up 7, and in this app review, I will be saying why I am not a big fan of this game.
It’s a new one that apparently helps you make money playing a hexagon-based game.
I have been reviewing games for a couple of years now. This includes one by the developer of this game.
One thing I found with all these games is that they don’t come through.
By reading to the end of this post, you will learn why this game won’t payout and what is going on.
Merge Up 7 App Review Summary
- Owner: edwardyesa
- What Are They?: Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Merge Up 7?
Merge 7 Up is a hexagon game made by edwardsyesa.
You would think this is an ordinary game, especially if you came across it in the store.
However, it’s not. Instead, it is a money-making game that can apparently make you $1000’s.
It’s one of two games made by edwardyesa, 2048 Hexagon Fever, which was made recently and is almost identical to this game is the other.
How Does It Work?
The game features hexagons that you need to fit into a grid.
Unlike the other game that they released where you need to get up to 2048.
You are instead working with smaller numbers and need to make the number seven instead.
The game will give you numbers such as 4, 5, and 6, of which you will merge with each other.
For each go, you get a two-piece hexagon that is connected.
These can both be different numbers.
As an example, you can look at the image below:
Here I have two six’s. Now because this is the first level, it’s straightforward. Hence, there is only one spot.
But as you complete levels, you won’t have the supporting hexagons, and it will be up to you to place them correctly.
How Is Virtual Money Given Out?
In the game and like shown on pop-ups while playing, you are given PayPal cards.
This makes users believe that every time to complete a level, they are getting PayPal money.
The money shown is a virtual currency that looks almost certain to be non-withdrawable.
That means if you build all this up, you likely won’t be able to convert it into actual money.
Now, as I was saying, this is given on every level you complete.
At first, you get $50. From there, you will get a few rewards around $15 before it starts to diminish.
But the main thing to remember with all these amounts is you won’t be able to receive them for real.
What You Need To Know About Merge Up 7
With Merge Up 7, I found similarities to their other game in terms of paying users out and overall just how it works.
Now, if your banking on this game paying you out, I encourage you to read through these three aspects I have talked about below.
At first, it looks like the game is for you, the user, to make money.
The developer promotes it as a game you can turn too, to earn money easily without any effort.
Taking it a step further, they are misleading people into believing they will live this nice life.
As the amounts, they show ones that would allow people to live financially free.
This is why I have people saying that these apps are yet to pay $1000, $2000, and more on dozens of my reviews.
They truly believe these games are going to come through.
However, to get such amounts, you need to work really hard.
Not just hard but smart, because to make 6 figures a month, you will likely need to be running your own business.
Made For Ad Revenue
Edwardyesa knows exactly what the deal is.
They know loads of people in times like this are desperately looking for a way to earn.
So they use this to their advantage by creating games that seem to fix these problems.
But if you look in the small print of the game being the terms, you will find that the developers say that virtual currency can’t be withdrawn, redeemed, or exchanged.
They do this because when a person plays their game, the developers will earn ad revenue by playing ads.
If you get hundreds of thousands to play your game, you can make a lot of money.
It’s a profitable business model that a lot of developers are getting in on right now.
Making The Same Big Claims
This game is a carbon copy of the only other game these developers have made, which I referred to at the start.
This game was called 2048 Hexagon Fever, and it was brought out by edwardsyesa towards the end of December last year.
For that game, I found the developers were claiming you could earn 5 figures a month.
I actually reviewed it a few weeks ago and found it not genuine, as I didn’t find any evidence of payments being given.
Not only that but the amount of income they’re talking about is over the top.
Making those amounts each month is not common, and just playing a mobile game isn’t going to help you achieve it, unfortunately.
Despite it being self-evident that users won’t be getting that amount of money, many people have tried their luck, with over 100k installs amassed on that game already.
The developers are doing now is rinsing and repeating the process, hence the emergence of Merge Up 7.
As you will learn, there isn’t much of a difference between these two.
But the fresh name lets the owners con more people into believing their claims.
If you have put time into Merge 7 Up, I can understand your frustration if you have redeemed a payment and not received it.
These developers have a short existence, but from what I have seen from them, it looks clear that they have no intention of giving rewards out.
The owners are seemingly making clones of games.
The only difference between this one and the other they made is you are working towards seven instead of 2048.
Now I do these reviews because there are hundreds of games out there that work like this one.
Unfortunately, thousands of people become victim to them and end up wasting so much time on them.
So if you have been sucked into the claims that Merge 7 Up has made, I do urge you to get rid of the game and take it with a pinch of salt.
What I do recommend is not to waste your time with this merging game, as they will have you going round in circles.
Thanks for taking the time out to read my Merge 7 Up app review.
I hope it helped you out! If you have any questions feel free to drop them down below.