As you can tell by the title, today I have a Pusher Mania Review for you, and within this post, I will be telling you whether you can win a combined sum of $1100.
This is a game based on knocking of coins of a table and collecting rewards as you play.
From the advert, they portray the fact you can cash in big time, but this is very rarely the case.
But is this game offering something different, and does their current ranking of number #1 on the trending page show they are a game that will reward its users.
If you want to find out whether Pusher Mania is good or even worth your time, then make sure you are here till the end of the post.
Table of Contents
Pusher Mania Review Summary
- Owner: Shape Keeper
- What Are They?: Coin Pusher Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Pusher Mania?
So what we have here is another one of those coin dozing games. You will find not only many of them on the market but also a number under similar names.
The latest of these casino-themed games is Pusher Mania, which does follow the theme of this kind of game and the theme of a lot of these making money apps use.
Pusher Mania is a simple game. You knock off coins, make them back while also picking up other rewards in the process.
You can understand why these types of apps do really well, as people love that feeling of winning; plus, when you have an app that says you can earn hundreds without leaving your house, well, it’s going to attract hurds of people.
Shape Keeper is the name behind the game. It’s a developer I have been paying close attention to for a while since they have made several games.
They just seem to be on the ball, and with all the apps they make, it’s almost a given that they will succeed as, in a matter of weeks, they each receive thousands of installs.
Making money games are popular, and if you search on the store, you will find pages of them, but what is so interesting about Shape Keeper and games like Pusher Mania that they release is they always perform.
So saying that you won’t be surprised to hear that again, this one has hit that 100k install mark, along with the top spot of the trending chart of games.
An impressive feat that not many game developers can boast.
Same Type Of Game?
Shape Keeper already has another game, just like this one called Pusher Mania.
Now, apart from the app’s name, which is still very similar, and some design changes within the game, you would think it’s the same.
Let me share with you some images to compare the two:
Here is Lucky Pusher, a game they released a few months ago:
Whereas below in the next section is a picture of the latest game in Pusher Mania.
As you can see, both games are so alike that it makes you wonder why they have decided to create it when they could just update the previous game.
Moving on with this Pusher Mania review let us have a look at how the game works.
How Does Pusher Mania Work?
Now moving onto how it works.
What you have is a coin pusher machine in front of you.
There should be some coins already lying there on the table, and on your counter, you will have some to place.
When you tap on the screen above the retreating conveyor belt, you will be adding coins to the table.
These will be pushed along with the others and, as a result, will knock over items over the sides.
I say items because there are different things you can knock off.
At the start, you are presented with a table stacked with green coins. These are dollars.
But you can collect both yellow coins and green coins.
The advert does make it look like you can knock off PayPal gift cards, as you can see below.
However, whether that is possible in the game, I have no clue as I am yet to encounter one from playing the game.
Shape Keeper do have a reputation for making misleading adverts, so this could likely be a false representation.
How To Make Money With Pusher Mania
So whenever a coin falls over the edge, you will receive that through your balance.
If that is a green coin, it will be added to your dollar balance, and for the yellow coins, it’s exactly the same.
This part of Pusher Mania is easy to understand.
Now along with this, there are a few other ways to build up money, which is linked to the payout options I will talk about in a second.
Let’s start with the slots, which are positioned above the coin pusher machine.
These are triggered once you land a coin in the slot bucket at the bottom.
As shown in this picture:
With these, you can win rewards by matching three of the same symbol.
The other way is through collecting fruits, there are 36 in total to find, and if you get all of them according to them, you can get £10000.
What Are The Payout Options?
You can earn through three different ways within the Pusher Mania game.
That is because, with any of Shape Keeper’s games, they put in the payout options every time.
To start with, you can convert your coins into cash by saving 500,000 of them. However, the return is poor with only an Amazon £2 gift card.
Next, you have the coins. These are the green ones with dollar signs on them. If you save up 100, you can supposedly withdraw £100 via PayPal.
The third option is by using the slot machine. If you can match the 777 within the slot, it says you can claim £777.
However, in previous titles, people have hit the jackpot with this, inevitably found issues with redeeming the prize.
Finally, you have the fruits, which are similar to winning big with the slots. You need to find 36 fruits in total.
As you can see in the image, the reward for finding all of them is a £10,000 Amazon gift card.
But again, what tends to be the case is users pick up anywhere between 1 and 35 of them but never collect the last one.
What You Need To Know About
1. There Are Too Many
Shape Keeper uses the same system to make revenue from their apps.
And when I decided to do this Pusher Mania I did have a feeling that this game would adopt this system too.
They put ads in front of their users, and when they watch them, I can only imagine they receive some good money since there millions watching them.
Now the problem here is the system works so that you must watch ad after ad to play the game.
In this case, they limit you to 30 balls. Once you have got rid of all of them, you must watch an advert to get a new set of balls.
This works really well because people most likely get through these balls in a matter of seconds, which means you, a user, could end up watching an advert every minute.
As a result, you will be spending a lot of time watching advertisements instead of playing Pusher Mania.
2. Hard To Redeem Money
Games that have these earning opportunities will at first pay a lot.
Even though I say that no one actually receives this money.
To explain what these developers do is give people this ‘in-game’ money with dollars next to it.
You could get $30 in 5 minutes, $60 in 10 minutes, or even $90 in a minute.
But this all means nothing, because every app has a threshold you have to meet.
So if let’s say an app gives you a welcome bonus of $45, they may have a minimum of $50.
This means you must make a further $5 to get paid.
All onus is then on making that amount.
But what apps will do is stop you from reaching it.
That was the case with Amazing Cube, Cutie Garden, and Cat Island.
People were getting cents away from what they thought would be a huge payout, but the app stopped giving them anything.
So with Pusher Mania and in particular the dollar payout, it’s unlikely that anyone will ever get $100.
They might get $90 or even $99 but will always fall short.
Pusher Mania is a game for people who love dropping coins onto a table with the excitement of winning more in return.
Because of this and coupled with the fact that there is an incentive to earn money, you can see why the game’s installs and interest are growing fast.
Now while the game sounds good on paper, you put some coins on the table and earn good amounts of PayPal; it’s not exactly practical.
Which is something Shape Keeper knows themselves.
They know that there is no way that everyone who plays the game can make money since that would require a lot of money to fund that, not only that it wouldn’t make sense for them to do so.
What you have then is a game that says you can earn but only to get you to play the game and watch the ads they put in front of you.
There is no one making money there implied in the advert and most likely, no one even making a cent.
This is something a lot of the feedback within the Pusher Mania review section backs up.
What do you think of Pusher Mania? Had to chance to play it? Managed to cash out?
Do leave your say and comments down below, and I will do my best to get back to you 🙂