Welcome to my Money Hit app review.
Having a developer name called wendysnyder199818, doesn’t fill you with much confidence that they are a paying game.
Especially since the owner of the game, sounds more like an Xbox Gamertag that a youngster has made.
However, despite having no reputation and what looks to be an account made in seconds, does the app pay out its users?
Or rather do they put a carrot on a string and dangle it in front of players of the game?
In this post I disclose the answers you need to know, having done research on it.
Money Hit App Review Summary
- Owner: wendysnyder199818
- What Are They?: Knife HIt Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Money Hit?
Money Hit is a knife-throwing game, where users can supposedly earn cash by catching dollar bills.
The game is now on the app store with just a thousand installs compared to the millions other games of its type have.
It will likely start growing more over the coming weeks, as the app developers have promoted in a way, that it makes it look like you can become rich.
The advert they have promoting the game, shows someone next to his flashy car, saying how other games aren’t legit.
However, this one Money Hit is legitimate and that players are almost certain to earn plenty of money playing it.
Here is an image of the advert promoting the game, which has you can see knocks another game I tried a few months ago called Dice Garden, which wasn’t legitimate either.
How To Make Money With Money Hit?
Playing Money Hit the aim is to collect all the revolving dollar notes floating around.
If you are able to do this, you complete the stage and move on to the next one.
You can earn virtual currencies for PayPal by making progression.
After each level you complete, you are given a set of 4 cards.
From these cards, you are given the chance to earn different bonuses.
This consists of PayPal cash, iPhone puzzles and normal dollars.
For each card, you have one bonus and one video associated with it.
You must watch the video first and only after you have finished it will you know about what you have received it.
There is the potential to pick up all the rewards, but that will require watching them all.
So you have an idea of the rewards here is what to expect:
- You get roughly $40+ when finding the PayPal icon
- 5-10 iPhone puzzles
There is also another interesting feature to note, which the developers have put into their game.
You have what is called daily cash, where you are shown lots of amounts on the screen.
They make it so easy, that all you need to do is tap on each of them, and they will be given to you.
When you start tapping on them, it is just given to you and it does feel so effortless.
But after you tapped on roughly 6 or 7, they put an ad up for each one.
How Do They Pay?
Now the game states that if you reach certain amounts you can put a request in.
Compared to other games these are quite random, and aren’t rounded up figures.
Since the minimum threshold is £140.82.
This is followed by £281.64, £422.46, £563.28, £704.10, £1056.15 and finally £1408.20.
The owners of Money Hit having made it that straightforward to cash out.
So while what I have talked about with cash put on a plate for you in-game.
You have other conditions you must abide to in order to at least just cash out.
This other requirement is watching a number of videos.
The higher the payout, the more you have to watch.
With the minimyn threshold you only need to view 20, but it goes as high as 150.
Once you have met these, a payment will go into review, which you can track.
However while it looks like they are working on paying you out, it is fake.
So this means it will likely be declined or not given to you.
What You Need To Know About
1. Not A Accurate Portrayal Of Real Life
Now my gripe with a game like this is how they make it look far too easy.
To the point where it basically crosses a line.
This game which is free to download and can be used by anyone is presenting this way to earn lots of money.
If we refer back to the daily card feature I was talking about.
I was essentially getting paid £7 a click.
That is abnormally high and when you take in the fact that its two pounds less than minimum wage, and you are able to get one each second.
You are not able to take it very seriously as a legitimate earning opportunity.
But its things like this, from having big amounts of money to tapping them to get them, that speak loud and clear as to what kind of app this is.
2. Who Actually Created This Game?
I alluded right at the start, to the name of the developers.
Now looking at the name of a company and can give you an idea of how professional it is.
So with a name like wendysnyder199818, where it looks to have one name with some numbers on it.
You, therefore, are going to think more of someone’s gaming name on a console.
Rather than an actual legitimate company that is paying people for their time.
So while of course, this is a red flag with Money Hit, and gives you an idea of the people behind it.
I do recommend you check out the name under a making money game.
Money Hit initially seems like the perfect way to get the ball running and for you to start earning from your phone.
However they aren’t likely to pay you, due to the conditions and the amounts shown in the payment store.
No legitimate opportunity would make it obligatory that you have to watch ads just to get paid.
As for the amounts, their minimum threshold starts at £140, which is ridiculous for a game like this.
Especially since this is an early access game, that is not established with no info on the owners.
So my advice is to not give this one a second look, however, if you are intrigued by the app despite what I have found on the game, you can always download it for yourself.
You just have to bear in mind, that these developers typically set out to keep all the money for themselves.
That is why I like to skip these apps and recommend ones like these in this list that I know personally payout.
That was my Money Hit app review.
Have you played it and had an experience playing the game?
If so do let me how you get on by leaving a comment down below 🙂