Welcome to my Mushroom Ocean app review.
In the world of money making games, its not unusual to find the odd one that claims to pays alot of money.
The most recent of these that I have come across is Mushroom Ocean.
Despite the innocent but also intriguing name, is an app with that match three concept similar to the likes of Candy Crush which is promising real cash rewards.
However, the big question likely on your mind, is does this game truly mushroom into a fortune?
Or is it a case, of just having yet another game that struggles to actually prove itself as a legitimate game?
In this post we will take a deep dive into the ocean, to bring you the truth you are seeking on them.
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What Is Mushroom Ocean
Created just before Christmas in 2022, Mushroom Ocean is a game that invites you to switch around different colored mushrooms, in return for virtual currency.
As promoted in the advert, it doesn’t seem like the owners wanted to just give its users a bit of extra cash.
That is because due to the $200 reward for new users.
Combined with the instant and direct PayPal payments, its almost marketed as being a replacement for a regular job.
Now lets be honest who wouldn’t want to make a living, just by taking a deep dive into the waters of some fun mobile game.
The idea is so appealing.
However unfortunately most of time, it does tend to not be quite far from actual reality.
Behind this game is A3 Hostingker, which apart from a few other money games of different concepts, there isn’t too much information on them.
But despite there lack of credibility, the owners have taken the game to 50k installs in the past 6 months.
Along with a 4.3 star rating, which is generally considered as a good score.
So surely Mushroom Ocean is perfect for earning with, right?
Well with the visible user reviews, you are therefore able to paint a picture on the actual user experience that you may not see through there adverts.
How Mushroom Ocean Works
So as I alluded to earlier, this game is very similar to Candy Crush.
Take away the sweets and replace them with mushrooms, and you get a very similar game.
The only difference between how this one works and your typical match three game is the cash rewards.
With each merge of a coloured mushroom, you are met with the exciting promise of earning.
Which if you download the game, directly from watching one of there adverts.
You will be playing with the expectation of accumulating all these $100 PayPal cards.
That they make seem like a piece of cake to acquire.
However if there is one thing I have learnt through games like this.
Is to not take everything at face value.
That way you won’t be too disappointed.
I say this because the way this game runs in reality is different.
Now yes you will pick up virtual money very quickly, just like the image below:
This was the first amount given to me, and believe it or not it took me about 15 seconds to get it.
However there is an issue.
Despite what was said in the advert about instant payouts, you have to wait 85111 seconds for this to complete.
I haven’t done the maths, but I know without a doubt this isn’t the instant payouts that was advertised during there promotional videos.
So already have you expectations that haven’t been met.
Is $3000 a Week Possible?
One thing I noticed with Mushroom Ocean is that the more you play the more you earn.
But there isn’t some correlation with what you do and your return.
For example that first amount I got was $117.84 in suppossed PayPal rewards.
After that though I got $1514.76 in Amazon vouchers.
Now just to clarify this was not sent directly to me, these were amounts shown in the game.
In way which makes it look like just a reward in any other game you play.
The advert alludes to the fact that you can make $3000 a week, and with how much they make it seem like you earning.
It looks like it may be doable.
However that is when you disconnect yourself with reality.
I say that because the amounts they present to you are wildly unrealistic.
As you may know to earn any significant amount, you have to work hard for it.
Especially for a sum like $3000.
But with Mushroom Ocean, they make it look so easy to the point where the money seems to have no value.
They just give it to you like its nothing, within the game that is.
However that just raises suspicions even more, as games that have such wild claims, rarely pay because they cannot physically afford to.
User Reviews and Payout Issues
This isn’t a section that I can write about often when it comes to money making games.
As most games will shut up shop to any reviews or feedback.
This is a review that fake money making games normally deploy, in order to keep secrets away from any potential users.
But with Mushroom Ocean they have there reviews open.
On top of that they seem good from first glance.
However when you take a closer look.
You actually see a common theme of discontent among its players.
From the reviews, users are complaining about not receiving payouts and waiting long times.
Not just that, these same users aren’t even getting paid at all.
So essentially you have all these users who are downloading the game, thinking that they can earn and withdraw.
As afterall this is the opportunity that was presented to them in the advert.
However what they are experiencing is this frustration of yet another game, that is contradicting themselves and following suit of many other non-paying earning games.
While the game looks appealing both from the colours of the Mushrooms to the seemingly never-ending supply of cash to be earned.
There seems to be a deceptive growth within the Mushroom Ocean, which you don’t see at first with there advert.
Now of course while this advert screams red flags, its not until your in the game that you see its true colours.
Within seconds, you clock on to the fact that the developers are inconsistent with its earnings and claims.
This puts you in the worst position as someone looking to earn through a money making game.
As you just feel like your being stringed along like a puppet.
Now I talk from experience when I say that.
It happened to me once a few years back, but not since.
Has you learn exactly what makes a legitimate game and what doesn’t.
Of which everything I have seen from this game and especially its comments, alludes to it being in the latter.
I hope this Mushroom Ocean app review, helped you make an informed decision on whether to invest your time into it.
Any comments or feedback feel free to leave them in the comments down below.