Connect Master: Jingle Bells is a new matching game for the iOS and Android platforms. Your goal is to tap two identical icons in order to clear them. You do this until you complete the level, and once you get rid of all of the cards on the screen, you will move onto the next level.
The advertisement say that this game can pay you free money. Not only that, but they say that you can make a massive amount of money in a small amount of time. Is this game the real deal, or is it a scam? Read on to find out the truth about Connect Master: Jingle Bells!
The gameplay is very simple in this game. This is just like any other game where you have to match two identical cards in order to clear them, but the cards are not flipped over to begin with, so you already know what they are. Simply tap to identical cards in order to get rid of them.
You have two different types of boosts available to you in this game, not that you will ever really need them. The lightbulb will give you a hint at which two cards to tap in match next. The mix boost will allow you to scramble all of the cards on the board, although they will maintain the same overall level shape.
When you begin the game, you will have one of each of these free boosts. As you continue through the game and beat levels, you will earn coins, and these coins can be used to purchase more of these boosts as needed.
The best way to find out if this game is the real deal is to go to the reviews in the App Store or the Google Play Store. Search through the reviews in order to see what other players have already said about the game, and whether or not they have been able to cash out.
If you go to the review section of the App Store download page for this game, you will find that many players have reached the cashing out point, sometimes very quickly, and many five star reviews are written by players who have done so and have hit the cash out button. Scroll a little deeper, though, and things tend to get problematic.
The reason for this is contained within the one star reviews. Many players hit the point of cashing out and then attempt to do so, only for massive delays that never end to prevent them from getting the money. Even worse, many players have attempted to contact the developer via email, only to find out that the email address is no longer in service.
Additionally, in a recent update, the ability to cash out or even see any potential earnings has been completely removed. As of right now, the game simply looks like a normal slots game, with virtual coins that you can earn, but no actual money or anything to put toward gift cards.
As of right now, we have been able to find no evidence of any player that has actually been able to cash out. As such, it is looking like Connect Master: Jingle Bells is not the real deal and is not going to pay. It is simply just another matching game with false promises.