Welcome to my Monster Popstar Island app review.
This game seems to clear up many of the issues people are having with games these days.
With so many people being drawn towards fake games, many are therefore wasting their time.
So within seconds of watching an advert for Monster Popstar Island, they have you thinking that this app isn’t like that.
As the woman in the advert, for the game I will be addressing today, explains how other games won’t pay.
However this one will do, and that the only thing you have to do is download the game to start earning free money.
She says at the end of the video that not only will you have a user thank her later.
But you also see a pop-up button that says get rich too.
However with everything, this person has to say, who exactly can you believe?
Is what there doing different from what other developers are doing, in that they are paying fairly?
Now I know you are likely curious, hence why you are here.
This is why reading this post will be very valuable to you, as I will cut to the chase and tell you whether this game really pays.
Monster Popstar Island App Review Summary
- Owner: Kiroro Game LLC.
- What Are They?: Bubble Eliminating Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Monster Popstar Island?
Moster Popstar Island is a fun little puzzle game where you eliminate monsters from a grid in order to earn combos, points, and of course money.
Funnily enough, going back through my history of reviewing money-making games, this isn’t the first popstar-themed game to come my way.
As I have frequently come across different ones, all with slight changes each time by different developers claiming to be the next paying game.
However interestingly and despite what I was talking about with the women in the video for the game above, they all diss each other, while continuing to create games similar to those that they make big claims about being nothing like.
As you can see the popstar type of game that you see with this monster one, has been done several times.
Of which for all of them, everything from the popping and the concept is kept the same.
However, they all don’t payout and are essentially as bad as each other.
Now retreating back to the Monster Popstar Island app, it currently has 500,000 installs and more on the app store.
There is no review rating, however, as the game has been put into early access just like the four in that list above.
How Does Monster Popstar Island Work?
You don’t have to create an account with Monster Popstar Island to earn with it, all you have to do is just download and start playing the game.
Once its loaded up and you are on the main screen, you will see a short tutorial.
This basically shows you how the game work, if you didn’t already know.
Which they say, to tap on two or more monsters in close proximity to destroy them and as a result remove them from the grid of monsters.
For each multiple of monsters, you remove from the grid.
You will earn gems, that are then added to your top right-hand balance.
This will accumulate nicely and the amount will go up quickly as you play the game.
These are connected to rewards as I will explain later on.
Now along with the gems, you also have the other goal of the game, and that is to progress through the stages.
You start on stage one, and for each one, you must reach a point’s target.
If you reach it, you will move on to the next level.
The last thing to cover in terms of how the game works is the tools at the bottom of the screen.
You have four different ones, that will each make it easier to complete a stage if you ever become stuck.
How To Make Money With Monster Popstar Island?
Making money with the game is done by collecting three things.
You have gems, PayPal money and puzzle pieces.
These are all attained naturally and easily as you play the game.
Starting with the gems, these are the easiest currency on the game to get hold off.
However despite that, each one you get as some value, as there is a rewards section where you can convert these.
Next up you have PayPal money, which if you saw the image above, you may have noticed various icons within the grid.
As while for most elimination of these monsters you will get bonuses.
This will be through various amounts of the currency appearing on the screen, which you can then collect.
You will also get PayPal cash if you remove the specific icons too.
Its put into the game so that users feel like they are earning it, however, it doesn’t really have a place in the game.
Lastly, we have the puzzle pieces, and interestingly in the process of getting these, you will also get a bit of everything as well.
This includes both the cash and gems I have alluded to above.
Now, these are won through the stage wins, every time you complete a stage, you will get a pop up like shown below:
You need to collect each of the presents to get a puzzle piece, with each present either having cash or gems inside too.
How Do They Pay?
For any user of Monster Popstar Island, the problem never lies in how easy it is to make the money, as that’s all very straightforward.
Instead, the questions lie instead on whether these currencies are withdrawable at all.
Now there are payout options for each of the ones I spoke about, of which for each I will go over now.
Starting with the PayPal payout, you need a minimum of $200 to cash out.
These go as high as $1000, however, $200 is what you must reach from playing the game, to file a request.
If you have reached the threshold yourself, you may have noticed that unsurprisingly payouts aren’t as easy as first made out to be.
Unlike the advert I have alluded to during this Monster Popstar Island app review, payouts aren’t paid right away.
In fact, when you attempt to redeem, you will be told to wait 72 hours.
You are also encouraged to watch 15o videos to speed things along if you want it processed quicker.
To quickly touch upon the gems, you have different rewards instead of cash.
With these, you have 6 gift cards with a slightly lower minimum threshold of $100.
This will require you to get at least 680000 gems, which despite being easy to get will be time-consuming to reach.
Monster Popstar Island gives me bad impressions from the adverts to the payment side.
I simply don’t like how they contradict themselves saying one thing and then doing the complete opposite.
The payouts are a great example of this, as on one hand, they say you don’t even need to cash out and that its all paid to you.
However, when you get down to playing the game yourself, they say you must manually withdraw and wait 3 days at the very least to receive a payment.
That is a lot different from the claims they made in the first place and to make matters worse they encourage users to watch videos to quicken up the process.
Which knowing how these games work, will likely end in the company just earning more while you don’t get any closer to getting paid.
I don’t think they pay out, as the tactics used are ones I have seen from non-paying games in the past.
All in all, its just not worth putting your trust in this game or any others like its type, they just never show any promise of actually paying out.
They are quick to say how easy it is to earn and show you all this money you could potentially earn, but there is just no proof.
For that reason, I recommend putting your time into games, where the proof is there that they pay.
All these games here payout, which is why I would turn to these ones instead of any others like this one.
Thanks for reading my Monster Popstar Island app review.
I do hope it helped you out and if you have any questions let me know 🙂