65 Game Apps That Supposedly Pay You Real Money

game apps Both Google Play and the App Store are jam-packed with mobile apps that offer cash rewards for playing games.

It’s a very profitable business for app developers as the possibility of earning money while having fun attracts millions of ad viewers all over the world.

Here at My Room is My Office, I have reviewed hundreds of such mobile applications with the mission to warn users about their safety and legitimacy.

During the past few years, I came across an incredible number of apps that don’t live up to people’s expectations, causing extreme anger and frustration. The reason is that most of these apps are prone to errors that will make it difficult or even impossible to cash out.

In this post, you will find a complete list of the most popular game apps separated into 3 categories:

  1. Get paid per minute of gameplay.
  2. Get paid to install games and hit goals.
  3. Earn virtual tokens and cash in the game.

Not only that, but I will also reveal the likelihood of receiving payments based on my experience and hundreds of user reviews on Google Play.

So, each app will be classified as the following:

  • Unlikely to pay: Unrealistic payouts, lots of complaints on Google Play/App Store.
  • Hit-and-miss: There are lots of positive and negative feedback regarding payment.
  • Likely to pay: Realistic payouts and most users seem to get paid with no issues.

IMPORTANT: It’s important to note that you can only earn credits for games that you have never played before. So, it’s useless installing and playing the same games through any of the reward apps on this list.

 

Get Paid Per Minute of Gameplay

 

Apps in this category will offer you a list of sponsored games that you can install and play on your phone.

By granting access to your device’s usage tracking, the company will monitor your playtime and give you coins per minute.

Once you collect a specific number of coins, you can cash out via PayPal and/or Gift cards depending on the app.

The rate of pay depends on your country, but most apps will pay you very little money.

It’s important to understand that there is a cap on the number of coins that you can earn per game. Besides, the more you play, the fewer coins you will earn until the rate of pay drop to zero.

At this point, there is no other choice but to install a new game from the list to keep earning.

The list starts with one of the most popular apps in this category:

 

mistplay reviewMistPlay 

  • Developer: MistPlay Inc.
  • Minimum Payout: $0.50
  • Payment methods: Amazon, Google Play, Visa Prepaid
  • Eligibility: US, Canada, the UK, Singapore, and some European countries
  • Likely to pay
  • Read the full Mistplay review here.

With over 10 million installs on Google Play, Misplay is one of the most popular loyalty app for gamers.

It will give you points called units that you can redeem for Amazon Gift eCards, Google Play eGift cards and prepaid virtual Visa.

Mistplay stands out from other similar apps simply because they do pay. One user said he earns $10 every couple of weeks and always receive the payment within 48 hours.

 

PlaySpot 

playspot

  • Developer: SBA GmbH
  • Minimum Payout: $20
  • Payment methods: PayPal, Amazon, Google Play and bank transfers
  • Eligibility: Worldwide
  • Likely to pay
  • Read the full PlaySpot review here

Playspot is another extremely popular app that pays you to discover and play cool games. However, different than Mistplay and other apps on this list, you will earn coins every time you pass a level. The app also provides other ways to earn coins such as app offers and videos.

By completing offers, you can collect a bulk amount of coins and cash out faster. However, the high minimum payout of $20 means that you will have to be patient.

From what I can see, most people manage to redeem coins for PayPal and eGift cards, but not everyone has the same luck.

 

FunTap

funtap app review

  • Developer: FunTap.io
  • Minimum Payout: $20
  • Payment methods: PayPal, Amazon, Google Play and bank transfers
  • Eligibility: Worldwide
  • Hit-and-miss
  • Read the full PlaySpot review here

FunTap is almost identical to PlaySpot, and as you can see, even their logos are similar. You also earn coins every time you pass the levels and the minimum payout is also $20.

The main difference between these two apps is that FunTap gets a lot more complaints. Some people are claiming that the app contains malware, but if that was the case, I believe Google would have banned it a long time ago.

After reading lots of reviews, I can see that many users struggle to collect 20,000 coins. So, I would choose PlaySpot over FunTap.

 

Coin Pop

coin pop

Coin Pop is a reward app operated by the German company called JustDice, which owns all of the next apps in this category.

They all work similarly, which is why some of the things you will read about the next apps may look repetitive.  Nevertheless, I tried to include additional information, but everything you real about one app can be applied to the other as well.

Just like Mistplay, the more you play a specific game, the fewer coins you will earn. You can always check how long you must play the game in order to receive coins in “My Apps”.

Unfortunately, Coin Pop doesn’t work properly for many users, so there is a considerable risk of not getting paid. For example, if you try to use Coin Pop on another device, you may lose your coins.

 

Cash Alarm

Cash Alarm works exactly the same as Coin Pop. Simply choose a game from the list and play it for a while to earn coins. You can find many genres such as strategy, puzzle, casual, and action.

Many people manage to cash out multiple times and earn a decent amount of money. On the other hand, lots of users complain about unexpected errors and missing coins. It’s hit-and-miss!

 

AppstationAppStation

AppStation is another JustDice app that claims you can earn money for every second you play their sponsored games. Depending on your country, you will have a decent number of games to choose from, which is updated daily. 

As the app is operated by a German company, you will receive your payment in Euros. Some people have made over $100 just by playing games through AppStation, but it’s a lot more difficult to accumulate coins nowadays.

Just like Cash Alarm and Coin pop, AppStation users also complain about errors and missing credits.

 

FitPlay

fitplay review

FitPlay is one of the most popular apps from JustDice, but it’s no different. I discovered recently that the company is asking for your photo ID before you can request the payment.

Some people are not comfortable with this requirement because they fear for their safety and privacy. I think those are valid concerns.

I tried to visit the official FitPlay website and my antivirus blocked it saying that it was not secure. So, the company should address such important issues or more people will turn away.

 

app flameApp Flame

App Flame is another reward app that may or may not pay you depending 100% on luck. Although the app description says “guaranteed Payouts”, the Terms and Conditions state the opposite.

You can make money with App Flame, but don’t expect it will be a hassle-free journey.

 

money rawrMoney RAWR

The only difference between Money RAWR and the other JustDice apps is the cute dragon logo. It provides the same opportunities and you may experience the same issues when trying to collect coins or cash out.

 

cash'em all app reviewCash’em All

Cash’em All is another app that can make it hard for you to redeem your coins for cash rewards. Lots of people have complained that they couldn’t cash out because of errors. Also, some of them report that the company doesn’t reply to their emails.

On the other hand, I have also seen many positive reviews from people who received the money.

 

The Lucky Miner

the lucky miner

The Lucky Miner used to be called “Lucky Miner”, and had been installed over 1 million times on Google Play.

A few months ago, the company decided to relaunch the app as “The Lucky Miner”, which is why there are only 100,000 installs now.

The Lucky Miner has the same mechanics, rewards, and issues are their counterparts. Install the app for free and collect gold coins per minute of gameplay.

It seems like an easy way to make money, right? Well, until you get an error and all your coins are gone! But maybe you are one of the lucky ones who are allowed to cash out.

 

Happy Swine

I believe the only difference between Happy Swine from the other JustDice apps is that it has a lucky wheel. When you install the app for the first time, they will let you spin 10 times for free and earn coins. If you want to get more spins, you must watch a video ad first.

Another important thing to mention about the JustDice apps is that you can also earn coins by inviting friends. You just need to use the invite button through the app, select your friends, and send the message with your link.

You will get 250 coins per referral plus 25% of all your referral’s earnings.

 

Appsterappster

Appster is one of the least popular apps from JustDice, but the algorithm is the same. If you live in the UK and the US, you will probably find more games to install and earn a higher coin/minute rate.

When I reviewed Appster a while ago, I was shocked by the number of negative reviews on Google Play. You can give it a try, but there is always a risk of losing coins and getting errors when trying to cash out.

 

Get Paid to Install Games & Hit Goals

 

These are mobile versions of the traditional GPT (get-paid-to) sites since they offer multiple ways to earn tokens.

Unlike the previous category, you won’t get paid per minute of gameplay. Instead, the opportunity is presented to you in the form of app offers. 

In this type of offer, you must install the app and take specific actions on the game or achieve milestones. If it’s a mobile game, you may have to play until you reach a certain level or score.

You can only be rewarded if you have never played the game before and you meet all the offer requirements.

 

Rewarded Play rewarded play app review

With Reward Play, you can collect points for reaching levels, making in-app purchases, and playing for a specific period. Once you reach, 45,000 points, you can request vouchers for your favorite stores such as Amazon, Wallmart, Target, and more.

Different than most game apps on this list, Rewards Play has an excellent reputation as you can see in the review section of Google Play. Most users report receiving the eGift Card with no issues, which makes Reward Play a rare find.

 

AppNana

Appnana app review

  • Developer: Mapiz, Inc
  • Minimum Payout: $10/£10
  • Payment methods: Amazon, iTunes, Google Play and other eGift Cards
  • Eligibility: Worldwide
  • Hit-and-miss
  • Read the full AppNana review here

AppNana was launched in 2017 and has paid over $10 million for its members. You will earn Nana Points for installing and playing games for a few minutes. Also, they may require you to reach a specific level or score before you get credited.

Appnana pays very little money, and you may have to wait for months to cash out. Another downside is that lots of people are missing points and payments. 

 

CashAppcashapp

CashApp is one of the most reliable GPT apps available on Google play.  You will earn credits after playing and reaching specific targets in the game.

The mobile games are mixed with other app offers inside any of the three Offer walls: Fantastic, Awesome, and Wow).

As of writing, I found the game Rise Of Kingdoms: Last Crusade offering 9,472 credits ($9,47), which is an excellent incentive.

With CashApp, you can also earn credits for taking surveys, completing different offers, watching videos, and inviting friends.

Once you accumulate 5,000 credits, you can cash out $5 through PayPal and spend anywhere you want.

 

Bituro

bituro

  • Developer: Bituro LLC
  • Minimum Payout: $1
  • Payment method: PayPal, Bitcoin, and eGift Cards
  • Eligibility: Worldwide
  • Hit-and-miss
  • Read the full Bituro review here

The Bituro app gives you points for completing game offers from third-party platforms that you can find in the “task” section. To get rewarded, you must download the app and follow all the instructions.

Bituro also has a “Play” section where you can win a prize if you guess right tomorrow’s Bitcoin price.

Once you collect 1000 points, you can cash out $1 via Bitcoin, and PayPal. Gift Cards are also available at higher payout thresholds.

Unfortunately, lots of people complain about missing points after completing offers and other tasks.

 

appKarma 

appKarma review

appKarma is a very popular reward app available for Android and iOS devices. There is a huge selection of app offers, which give you points for installing and playing games until you reach a specific score our level.

What I live about appKarma is that they offer Karma Play Bonuses after you complete an app offer.

It also provides additional ways to boost your earnings through scratch cards and badges.

 

FeaturePoints

FeaturePoints has built a solid reputation until 2019 thanks to a large number of offers and generous referral commissions.

Today, you can still find lots of games inside one of the Offer Walls and earn points just like any other app in this category. Unfortunately, FeaturePoints seems to reward only a few luck users as I can see from reviews on Google Play.

 

Make Money Fast

make money fast app

Make Money Fast raises a red flag by its name, but it’s not one of those “get-rich-quick” schemes. It’s just another reward app similar to any other in this category.

With Make Money Fast, you can install game apps and earn points for playing and hitting goals. The cash incentives are usually very low, but some apps pay a few dollars worth of points.

What I dislike about this app is that users must provide their fingerprints to unlock the tasks. I don’t think biometric authentication is necessary for this type of app.

If that wasn’t enough, lots of people complain that they don’t receive the payment.

 

PointsPrizespointsPrizes

PointsPrizes has partnered with many Offer Walls where you can complete game offers in return for points. You can redeem your points for a variety of gift cards, PayPal and even Bitcoins.

There are many other opportunities to earn points such as surveys, offers and videos.

What I don’t like about PrizePoints is the high payout threshold of $20 (3,000 points). Another downside is the large number of people complaining that they didn’t receive points after completing offers and surveys.

 

Earn Virtual Tokens or Cash in The Game

 

These mobile game will give you virtual cash or tokens that you can supposedly be traded in for cash rewards.

You have probably seen Ad videos presuming you can earn thousands of dollars and even become rich by playing the game. Here is a screenshot of one of these misleading ads:

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Coin+ advertising

Most of the games in this third category have been advertised as great opportunities to earn easy money. Don’t fall for the hype because you may not get paid!

A common issue people usually face is that their cash balance stops growing before they reach the minimum payout threshold.

What a frustrating experience for millions of people who just wanted time playing a game full of ads!

Before installing any of these games, you should know that none of them guarantees winnings and that virtual cash doesn’t have currency value.

Check the apps below and if you still want to use any of then, focus on the ones that are more likely to pay.

 

super plinko app reviewSuper Plinko

Super Plinko is an addictive Android game where you have to drop the balls and make them fall into the slots to earn cash or tokens. Green Balls will give you virtual cash whereas the yellow ones will give you tokens.

You can withdraw the money via PayPal once you reach $100 or 2 million tokens. The problem is that green balls become scarce and even drop in value from $0.01 to $0.001. So, they make it nearly impossible to cash out,

 

big time cash reviewBig Time Cash

Big Time Cash is a mobile application that allows you to play 19 games and earn tickets that can be entered into prize draws. Each prize is worth $2,000 – $3,000 .

As only one lucky user will be selected from millions of tickets, earning the prize is probably more difficult than winning the Powerball. That’s why lots of users prefer to save their tickets on the virtual bank and cash out $10 via PayPal.

WINR Games does pay, but it takes a very long long time to cash out.

 

Quizdomquizdom

The Quizdom app is one of the most popular trivia games on Google Play. You will answer trivia questions divided into 16 different categories and earn virtual currency when you guess question

Millions of people have been playing Quizdom in hopes to reach $10 and cash out via PayPal. Unfortunately, this is one of those games that will pay you less and less until you get stuck and cannot cash out. Lots of users have been stuck at $9 for 6+ months!

 

Gold Win 

 

HQ Trivia 

Quiz World

Lucky Plinko

Lucky Scratch

Happy Scratch

Lucky Time

Lucky Money 

Lucky Night

Super Plinko

Plinko Master

Givvy

Fish Blast 

Panda Cube Smash

Prize Fiesta

Bitcoin Blast

Bitcoin Food Fight

Brain Battle

Money Flame

Knife Bounty

My Cat

Dog Condo

Puppy Town

Wordy Word

Word Relax

Word Connect

Word Peace

2048 Merge Balls

Golden Bubble Sort

Coin Dozer

Lucky Day

Spin Day

Scratch Day

Lucky Spin

Golden Time

Lucky Pusher

48 Merge Numbers Plus

CryptoPop

Coin+

 

Happy Fishing

 

 

To be continued… 

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