Welcome to my Monster Emoji app review.
In my time covering apps that offer these so-called ways to make money, I have encountered my fair share of emoji-based games.
Everyone loves using emojis when texting with their mates, and because of that, they are quite popular.
This game I will be looking at today integrates these symbols into a puzzle-based game, convincing people that they can make good money through playing around with them.
So in this post, I will cover what you need to know about this new emoji game and answering the all-important question of whether you can cash out or not.
Monster Emoji App Review Summary
- Owner: Jogo Fixe
- What Are They?: Emoji Puzzle/Merge Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Monster Emoji?
Monster Emoji is a game made by developers Jogo Fixe, where you merge Emoji symbols within a grid and accumulate coins that apparently have a monetary value.
Despite the terrifying name, this game has been done a few times already by different developers.
That is because the gameplay is very alike, from the numbers in the grid to even how you earn coins/money.
Currently, the Monster Emoji game is on 100k installs, but from all those users, they have no reviews.
Smartly the developers have put the game in early access, stopping people from leaving feedback that other people can see.
How Does It Work?
Within the grid, you have different types of monster-themed emojis in sets of colours and numbers.
The idea is that you merge with an emoji of the same colour to remove them from the grid then.
It is easy to understand, and with only 6 coloured emojis at the start, you can straightaway merge away and earn these coins.
When you first remove the first set of emojis from the grid, you will receive coins in the form of a gift.
These can supposedly be put towards gift cards such as Google Play, PayPal and Amazon.
All of which I will explain more in the next section.
Now at first, I got $0.46 as the first bonus.
You get this amount for almost every move you make.
So this is what you can expect too while playing the game.
There are also other bonuses in play here, such as whenever you unlock a new emoji.
Doing that will result in bigger bonuses, such as the first one I got below:
The amounts, though in general, are quite small on this app, especially compared to other games.
But since you get money frequently, it won’t take too long to get to the $50 and $75 mark.
How Can You Cashout?
There are just two payout amounts and three ways the developers claim they pay these out too.
You have the Amazon Vouchers, PayPal and Google Play.
For each one, and as long as the game allows you to earn enough, you can redeem $100 or $200.
On this payout page, there is also a button that says ‘cash out immediately’.
This definitely gives the impression that the sooner you reach the threshold, the quicker you get paid.
But I am yet to find any game that pays out those kinds of amounts to play games, let alone instantly.
What You Need To Know About
1. Won’t Make You Happy
When doing research, I found that the developers promoted the game by saying it will make you happy.
However, since it is no ordinary game and users are likely playing it for the coins, I really don’t think that will happen.
In fact, these games are made to both stress you out and make the developers money.
While you are playing it, you are hoping that the people behind it will payout.
But on almost all occasions, they never do.
For this game, you need over $100 worth of coins to cash out.
It seems easy enough. However, you already know it won’t be because the threshold is just too high.
The developers will never be able actually to pay amounts equal to everyone.
As a result, this will make them feel sad and disappointed at wasting their time and not ‘happy’ as the developers have put in their description.
2. Using The Early Access Technique
Being able to play a game before it is released is quite cool.
But what doesn’t make sense is that this game, Monster Emoji, was released two weeks ago.
Despite that, though, the game remains in early access release like many others of its type.
Some games will do this, where from the moment they release a game to the time they move onto a new game, they will keep it in early access release.
It’s not because it’s not ready for the full release, instead, it prevents anyone from dropping a comment saying they haven’t been paid out or that the game has stopped giving them coins.
When people set foot on the app store and see a game like Monster Emoji, they will have no idea if they pay or not.
The only way to find out is to play the game and find out for themselves.
So as you can see, it’s an effective tactic used by developers.
But with that said, I would not recommend going anywhere near these games, as no game in early access from my findings has actually paid.
I hardly doubt that Monster Emoji will break the mould either.
You could potentially have fun with a game like Monster Emoji, to begin with.
The gameplay is okayish, and removing the emojis from the grid is quite easy.
Users are likely going to get frustrated, though, when they start concentrating solely on getting paid.
These games aren’t legitimate earning opportunities. The payment sources and the amounts aren’t real.
This means people will only get frustrated at the end of it all when months go by and the owners Jogo Fixe still haven’t paid out.
To save you going through all this, I am not only writing this post but not recommending this game to you.
They will only string you along until you can’t take anymore, and that is something no one wants to go through.
Instead, people want actual ways to make money, and luckily some companies keep their word paying fairly.
Thanks for reading my Monster Emoji app review.
For any of you who wasn’t sure about them and wanted some info on them before playing them, I hope this post helped you out!
As always, leave any questions down below, and if you have any apps you would like me to review next, let me know 🙂