Welcome to my Money Garden app review.
Today’s post sees us inspect another game that seems to be up to no good.
They are claiming each user can receive $100 from playing it.
It’s a promise I have seen countless times, but very few making money games actually go through with it.
Now for you to land here, it’s not by coincidence.
You simply want to know if this game pays out.
So I will do my best to give you the answers that you need within this post.
Money Garden App Review Summary
- Owner: Big Money Game
- What Are They?: Tree Merging Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Money Garden?
So Money Garden is another game to revolve around growing trees.
Recently we have even seen the emergence of Click Money.
However, while trees/garden is the face of it, instead of just tapping on trees, you are merging them with the hope of earning money.
Now the developers claim that their users can earn lucrative money by doing so.
The advert shows some guy saying how he is trying to give away his money through the game.
Above is the part where he says this.
It doesn’t make too much sense, since for the one, the game has hardly been out a week, and secondly, he is saying people don’t want it.
Instead, it’s quite the opposite as people flog to these games to earn. However, the developers never payout.
At this point, I have gotten used to these types of adverts because most of the owners do this for their games.
They are all fake and made just to get more people to play the featured game.
How Does Money Garden Work?
In this section, I will go over the features you need to know about the game. This includes how the upgrading of plants works plus the power-ups.
Before you are shown any money, there is a brief introduction to the game given to you.
While the game is simple to pick up, it shows you how it works and also takes you through the payout options.
So how Money Garden works is by merging plants with cash on them together.
You start with level 1 plants and need to make your way up by combining them.
Below is a screenshot of the display:
As you can see, I have done a bit of playing already, with a few leveled up plants.
But if you look at the two, I circled, and if I were to drag one of those onto the other, it would result in one level 2 plant.
You should get gems when you do this, around 20-50 each time.
Super Seed And Mega Money
Super seed and mega-money are power-ups you can activate manually and can be triggered by the game itself.
When the super seed is active, it causes money to come in faster, and when mega-money is active, you earn x3 the rate of money you are getting already.
These features do not correlate the cash you earn, it only influences the virtual money made from the plants.
How To Make Money With Money Garden?
There are two ways to earn what is essentially virtual money.
It is virtual because while they make it look withdrawable, it in all likelihood isn’t.
Anyway, the first way is by finding PayPal cards on the shelves.
Just like shown in the screenshot below:
These pop up when you click for new pots at the bottom of the screen.
When these pots are added, you are initially shown present boxes, of which some may include these cards.
By tapping on it, you will be able to claim it to add it to your current balance.
You will likely need to watch a video to get it too.
Just to clarify, this can’t be withdrawn and only added to the top right-hand corner’s cash balance.
The next way isn’t so easy to predict when you will get it, as cash bonuses are issued to you at different points.
As you play, you will get congratulations messages along with the money you have been given.
Similar to what’s shown below:
How Do They Pay?
I know I have been hinting at the fact throughout this post that you won’t be able to cash out with Money Garden.
But instead of leading you up to the inevitable conclusion, later on, that they don’t pay out, I want to tell you straight now.
So this game will constantly make you feel like your winning by giving you virtual money, as discussed in the last section.
However, when crunch time comes, you won’t be able to withdraw at all.
This is why I said early on in this Money Garden app review that the ad showing someone stating that no one is taking their cash is just rubbish.
That idea that people aren’t going to accept free money makes no sense and especially not in a time like this when people need it the most.
Now going back to in the game, there are two currencies apparently with value.
These are the gems and the PayPal cards.
Gems are the easiest to get hold of and apparently can be converted for Amazon and Google Play Vouchers.
The other currency is where the lies continue with this app is with the desired PayPal cards.
In the advert, they also state that users can get $100 just for signing up.
However, there isn’t one.
They also say you can withdraw without needing to reach a threshold.
But that is also a lie since users need to get too $200.
What is even worse is that if you decide to put your time into Money Garden to get to that amount (not something I recommend), you are very unlikely to get paid.
Money Garden is owned by a shady company that uses many tactics to trick users into thinking they can get paid.
These developers aren’t to be trusted as they have done this repeatedly with their other games.
Never do any of the users get paid, making it not worth even trying.
If you play it, you will pick up virtual money and gems through the ways I explained but at no point will you be able to withdraw them for real-life rewards.
So to save you the disappointment of that anticipated payout never arriving in your account, I don’t recommend downloading it at all.
Thanks for checking out my Money Garden app review.
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