Welcome to my Save The Tycoon review.
In one of my latest YouTube videos, I was testing some games when I came across Save The Tycoon.
I didn’t think too much about it at first, but after seeing someone getting paid to play a game based around moving vehicles, I thought I would review it.
Not only that, but they also seemed like another game that lies about the conditions you need to meet to get paid. As on the advert it states in bold that you can withdraw with no limit.
However, no game will make that easy, and in the next 5 minutes, you will see it is no different from Save The Tycoon.
Save The Tycoon Review Summary
- Owner: Happy Link Games
- What Are They?: Sliding Game
- My Worth It Rating: 2/5
What Is Save The Tycoon?
Save The Tycoon is a game that involves users sliding cars and solving puzzles.
It’s a common game that I have seen before, one that is popular is ‘Let Me Out’. It’s the same game as such just with better graphics is just a game, unlike this one that claims you can earn money.
This game Save The Tycoon, was created by Happy Link Games and was released only two weeks ago on the 14th of September 2020.
But even with the short stint on the app store, they have 100 thousand installs to there name.
How Does Save The Tycoon Work?
You will be able to find Save The Tycoon on the app store by typing in the name. From here, you will be able to download the game; however, it’s only available on Google Play.
Once the game is done installing and you have started it up, the first thing you will see is a golden chest. It’s a bit odd to get a reward like this before you have even played any of the games, but here you get given a newcomer gift. As shown in the image below.
So essentially, Save The Tycoon is a strategy game where you need to move vehicles out the way. To make way for a red car with Donald Trump’s face on it to get out.
To show you what I mean, here is level 1:
The game is very simple, especially early on. You have different levels to complete. You start with the beginner section, of which there are 100 levels before moving on to easy.
In total, there are six sections to complete, but you can’t move on to the next one until you have finished all the levels from the previous section.
How To Make Money With Save The Tycoon?
In total, there are five ways to get rewarded in the game, and I will go through each of them now.
Each level gives you an amount of cash that is accumulated in your balance at the top. When you complete a level, you will move along a ladder of rewards.
On this ladder, you have lollipops. These give out either joy coins or cash, plus chests that give out rewards.
Now, if you haven’t started playing the game, let me give you an idea of what to expect. So for the first couple of levels, you will get $1.80 each, and after you have done around 10, you will have just under $5.
Joy Playground Spin
The money you receive is put towards a payout. While on the other hand, there is a use for Joy Coins as you can do Joy Playground spins.
It’s not clear how many of these you need to be able to do a spin, but I was able to do one.
I have taken a picture of it and inserted it below. As you can see, you can win more of these coins, cash plus there is a $100 PayPal card in there too.
On the main menu, you will see a slot button. Clicking on this will send you the Lucky Prize slot where you can win rewards from matching three icons in a row.
For every spin, you win at least $0.01. However, if you match certain icons, you can get more. You have 10 of these. Once you have used them up, you will have to wait 10 minutes for another spin.
It is complicated in how it works but what you need to know is first in order for you to get credit here; a referral has to fulfill certain conditions.
Secondly, you won’t be getting $1500 per referral since no company can fund that amount on just one lead.
It doesn’t make sense from a business point of view but there saying you can earn this amount to encourage you to invite people to the app.
You will probably not get paid to do this in the end, so it’s not even worth checking out further.
500 Level Mega Prize
If you can successfully complete all 500 levels waiting for you is a $110 mega prize bonus. But in order to get this, it involves completing every level of which includes the expert ones.
So be ready for some interesting levels as you move forward as it won’t be easy. Its also not a given that they will pay you after reaching this goal, as after all, the goal is for to watch videos on each level.
If you complete 500, that’s a lot of ads that they are getting paid from.
How Do They Pay?
Just as in the games I listed above and also Idle Bowling, users have to meet the requirements to get paid.
This is contrary to the advert that I mentioned at the start of this Save The Tycoon review. That gave the impression that users could get paid as soon they make anything.
But no, it is not the case, and there are big sums that you need to read first.
There are two amounts you can request, you can either get a $110 or $222 payout. But you must reach those amounts to request them.
Save The Tycoon claim to issue payments via PayPal and also within one business day,
What You Need To Know About
1. Minimum Threshold Exists
In the advert for Save The Tycoon, they are telling people that if you download the game and make even a cent, you will be able to withdraw and receive that money instantly.
This is, I’m afraid, all lies and just a ploy to get nearly all the people watching the ad to install the app. I was wondering how the game has only been around for a week or two and already has over 100k installs, but this is probably why.
They are misleading people here, and once you’ve downloaded the game, you quickly suss out that they want to draw you in and make money from you using ads.
It’s a blatant lie from them, but you will see it across the board. I have come across games like Cutie Garden and 2048 Cards who just to name a few, say you can make full-time incomes from there games.
2. Users Becoming Stuck
Some of the Save The Tycoon players are experiencing problems with being stuck at various amounts. The common stage I found was around the $30 to $70 mark.
This is much lower than I expected, as whats common is developers let users get really close to the threshold before cutting all money off.
But what seems to be the case, is users are likely getting to high levels where instead of a $1 or two, they are getting coins or maybe even nothing.
Some of the early lies that have come from this game, such as telling people there are no strings attached to the earning, give you a good idea of what to expect with Save The Tycoon.
The game is poorly designed for users to earn from it, but on the other side, it is a cash generator for the developers.
In order to earn, you have to complete levels, but you have no idea what to expect, such as may be near to impossible levels thrown in.
But what you are always going to have with these games are obstacles to stop you from getting anything out of it.
With a lot of people getting stuck on different amounts of money its looks like they are making it as tough as possible for anyone to get even a cent.
The end goal for many of the users considering Save The Tycoon is to make an extra hundred bucks, but with a game like this, it is not worth the stress.
There are other sites and apps out there that will offer you opportunities to earn and will pay you out; it’s as simple as that. You shouldn’t have reached these 100’s of dollars just to get paid; that’s ridiculous.
So to end of this Save The Tycoon review, I am going to leave you with two links. One to my list of reward sites and the other to ten great apps that pay well in 2020.
Feel free to check them out, and if you have any questions about this game, do let me know below 🙂