Mood To Merge is the newest game I have found that offers the same old earning opportunities.
It is brand new, having only been released a week ago. However, some of you may be wondering at this early stage whether they pay or not.
I have done some research on the game for you, so you don’t have to, and today I will share vital information you should know about it.
Mood To Merge App Review Summary
- Owner: FunnyTaskt
- What Are They?: Emoji Puzzle Based Game
- My Worth It Rating: 1/5
What Is Mood To Merge?
Mood To Merge is another emoji themed puzzle game where you can earn money.
I have seen a few YouTubers promote the game as one that will help you make money.
But from what I have seen, it doesn’t look very convincing that they do. It looks almost certain that the people promoting the game have some involvement with the owners.
Now, these owners are FunnyTaskt. They have just three games consisting off:
If you look at each of the names above, you would think they are all completely different.
However, they are all so similar, from the complaints they get to not paying out through to the way they work.
Something FunnyTaskt has been able to crack is how to get loads of installs to their games.
Each of the three has 100 thousand installs each. This is because they promote each one of their games, as ones that will make you loads of money or get you an iPhone in a few weeks of playing.
It’s this type of advertising and claims that really drives interest to games like this one. It is wrong, but so many app developers get away with it.
How Does Mood To Merge Work?
The game works by moving bricks and matching the same numbers in order to merge them.
This how-to-play instruction pop up, showing you exactly how it works:
So as you see, you will have a 5 by 5 grid filled with popular emojis.
Every time you merge together three or more of the same emoji, you get points.
This is the big number clearly shown at the top.
If you’re struggling to find one to merge, there are few tools you can use.
Now firstly, the game itself will help you out by making one emoji bounce up and down.
But at the bottom, you have three tools too.
This includes a minus 1 arrow, which downgrades the number of an emoji.
You have the opposite of that tool, with an upgrade tool of two; this is the middle of the three.
Finally, you have a hammer, which very simply removes an emoji of your choice from the grid.
How Do You Make Money With Mood To Emoji?
The paying structure is just like other games made by FunnyTaskt.
Now the first way is by making more than three numbers merge.
You don’t get paid every time, and it’s more like every other action you make.
This will prompt a congratulations message to pop up, showing you the amount Mood To Emoji is giving you.
The amount is around $10 each time, of which you can decide to collect or decline.
Regardless of if you collect the money on offer, an ad will be shown to you each time.
Earning Coins With The Referral Program
There is a referral program present where you can get coins.
When you refer someone, you plus your referral receive coins.
You will get 800 coins, whereas they will get 300 coins when your invitation code is entered.
This is unlimited, so you can invite as many people to Mood To Merge.
How Do They Pay?
Typically the case is that if you reach an amount of money, you can redeem it.
However, Mood To Merge works differently as there are no missions you need to complete.
Whatever you win, and this is for a special event that is currently going on, you can withdraw.
The claim is that any money you get will be transferred to your PayPal within 3 days time.
Exactly what is going on with Find Them Out and also Magic Dice.
You also pick up coins, both from playing but from referrals as I spoke.
These coins can supposedly be used to redeem gift cards such as Amazon.
The minimum for these start at 47500 and that is £5.
That is for the UK, however since they support different currencies and regions, the amount does vary.
What You Need To Know About
1. The Developers Have A Poor History
From my history of reviewing their games, FunnyTaskt has shown no sign of paying any of their users out.
This is very concerning, considering how easy they make playing their games for money look.
These adverts make you so confident that you can get iPhones without working for it.
Their advertising method is to advertise something that doesn’t portray the actual game.
It is all to drive interest in the game, and essentially get thousands of installs.
When playing the actual game, you won’t be getting the items they claim easily.
2. Non Existent Money Event
The special event is supposed to be one where you get loads of money by Mood To Merge.
However, I think the name non-existent money suits the event more.
Since it’s very doubtful anyone will see any of the money they redeem.
It will be possible to click a few buttons in the game, putting in your PayPal address and hitting redeem.
But based on what I have seen from games that work like this one, is users are left wondering whether anything was sent.
I have seen this to cause confusion because people believe the money has been sent, but PayPal is yet to show it in their account.
The case is that nothing is sent to begin with, the developers aren’t processing any payments whatsoever.
So if you do request any amount of money, even if it’s $1, you shouldn’t expect it to arrive.
You are here to find out if Mood To Merge pays out or not, so here is my verdict.
I am going with a no, there is little to support that they do give out, hence why I also don’t recommend them either.
Playing games like this and I have done so before in the past, will only result in you getting frustrated and losing precious time.
There is nothing more I would like to say than you can make $100’s just casually playing a game, however that is the dream not reality.
These games sell this dream you don’t need to work at all to get money, and unfortunately, too many people fall for it before only finding out too late, that the money they thought they earned fair and square isn’t theirs.
Funnytaskt and it goes for any developer that is in charge of money-making games aren’t obliged to pay out a cent.
It might be hard to swallow, but it’s stated right in their terms and conditions.
So now that we have concluded that Mood To Merge is not great, now let me point you in the right direction.
This direction being the legitimate apps and games out there.
Because there are plenty of them out there.
You could always have a look on the store yourself to find them but since you’re here your probably looking for some guidance on what is good and what’s not.
So here is a researched post showing you actual games that will pay you real money to play them.
A while back I made a post sharing 11 money-making apps, this has been updated for 2021 and is a post I also recommend taking a look at too.
Thanks for checking out my Mood To Merge app review!
I hope you found it interesting and saved you some precious time.
If you have any comments on this game, or just have a question to ask do feel free to use the comments section below 🙂
It’s fake apps???
If your over the game Mood to Merge, I was supposed to receive my prize money within 3days in my PayPal account, 3days got here now I have to wait 15days on a PayPal gift card I’m not happy.
It fake u not getting no fife card u just gone be waiting
Pretty much Alissa 🙁
I’m currently waiting on $3000 and currently have a another $1200 to redeem..every time I watch the required videos the amount changes..its a scam..cant even believe a game is also lying..sucks
This game is seriously a fake app!!!! It does not pay. I had won a lot of money on this game and received nothing in return. It is illegal to promote games that do pay nothing….
Yeah unfortunately they aren’t paying, instead its a free to play game where you can make lots of virtual money.
I don’t think it’s illegal Sally has they have in their terms that rewards aren’t guaranteed, this is normally shown in their ads, where they say the advert isn’t a representation of the actual game.
My advice is to always check out the terms and conditions that way you know if the app is going to pay, or has found a loophole to get themselves out of doing so 🙂
It says money posted but no money in my account
The game is fake Alissa 🙁
John & Amy Hufstedler
I have won a total of $300 starting in December and January. I have written them numerous emails because money was never deposited in my PayPal account. they said it was a problem with my game data obviously. then they said that they had so many people winning that they couldn’t keep up. I just want to be paid.
This is a fake game wasting people time this it’s right and this game should be reported to PayPal
I am going to report them to the better business bureau. They lie period.
When i get mg payment
What do you mean by ‘mg’ payment Daisy?
You me a the game is a fakeyou would believe how much I’m waiting for omg
Nena M Terry
Is this game back to make real money?
Answers in the post Nena 🙂
This app doesn’t pay. Period. Play for fun if you want. But that’s it.
Robin J Wallace
I won about 2700 and I haven’t got paid yet. Thats false advertising.
I understand they have non disclosures and some mambo jumbo protection, what about false advertisement and misleading information. Unbelievable that they can exist regardless of being a game. Obviously no morals at this company but that’s not unlawful, I think how they present themselves as a app you can win cash is false advertising.
I agree with you Robyn, it’s not them not paying out that frustrates me but its the adverts that are like you say misleading
FAKE! FAKE!!!! FAKE!!!
They are taking advantage of us
Where do you find these Videos in suppose to be watching ???
After 3 fails, I finally recieved 300.00 it took me like 2 months of non stop playing the game, all said and done it’s really not worth the time
Complete waste of time. under the verify, it went from 24 hours, to watch 50 videos, then jumped up to 351 hours… Just a big run around. Too bad you can’t add screen shots so they can be shared..
Margaret A Cartwright
I want my money dammit