Happy Link – Does It Really Pay You To Play? [Review]

You may wonder if Happy Link is a scam or really pays after seeing its ads on the web, luckily you came to the right place, I will tell you everything about the app. For this article I will only base it on my experience, I am not looking to promote the game in any way.

Before continuing, I remind you that this blog has nothing to do with any studio or app, we are an independent site. We look for applications to make money just like you and we know how annoying it is to find junk apps, which is why this site was born. This blog is independent and we always seek to give you the most accurate and impartial information about each of the apps we talk about, so you know what to expect.

Also at the bottom you can find the names of some lists that bring together apps that if you pay, check them out. Each of the lists has different applications and all of them have been tested by us and are safe to use. Keep in mind that none of these apps will make you a millionaire, but they can help you earn a little extra income each month. Anyway, let’s see if Happy Link app is scam or paid.

I remember that a while ago games with this type of theme became quite popular, surely you have seen something similar. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, Happy Link is basically a new version of that game in which you have to connect some dots through a line. A month ago I reviewed something similar, Perfect Dot Connect, an article that I invite you to review, although the result was not the best and from what I see, this app is going down the same path.

This game was published by PandaHi Studio, a company that has published four other apps so far. From what it asks to review, one of those apps completely leaves the game format and focuses on filters and other things for images, but the rest are games that also offer money to users, only the best known is Happy Link.

Personally, the profile of this company does not give me any confidence, several games created and advertised in the same way and a photo app that was possibly the one that started the whole project and condemned it to failure before starting to lie in its ads. I don’t know, but I think it’s a story I’ve seen enough times to know it’s a lie.

Happy Link

Finding the application can be complicated because it has a common name, so I recommend that before installing the app you check the name of the studio that created it and avoid confusion. If it does not give you the option to install, it may be due to compatibility problems with your cell phone and there is no solution for this.

No registration is necessary to enter, you just have to enter the app. You can rest assured, you will not have any of your personal data.

How does it work?

Basically what you have to do once you enter Happy Link and complete the tutorial is start joining some dots that are on the screen. The interface doesn’t have much detail and you don’t even have a home screen, although there are some boxes that offer help and settings. By the way, be careful with aids because there will come a point where you have to watch ads.

To start you have to look closely at the rectangle that appears at the top of the screen, there they will tell you how many points of a color you should eliminate. Once you have identified your net for the level you only have to start joining the dots that have the same color, for this you must press one of the dots and form the line that joins them without releasing the screen, you can only release it once once you finish. You can join the dots as you wish, the important thing is that they really connect and none of them are left out.

The reward is automatically added to your balance, that box that appears at the top of the screen. You will have some ads that supposedly multiply your earnings, but this is just a waste of time.


You can request your payment through PayPal, MasterCard or Visa, although the result will be the same no matter which option you choose. The minimum payout is $100 dollars and although it seems like an amount worth playing for, the truth is that it is just a lie.

Reaching the minimum payment is not possible unless you see ads and they do this as a trap so that the creator can monetize the project. No one will receive any payment .

Happy Link

No, the truth is that Happy Link does not pay, it is just one of the many junk applications that you can find in the Play Store. This game can be entertaining, it is only ruined by the amount of ads it has, it still has potential. Likewise, if you like me, I invite you to look for another option because here the ads will end your patience. It is best that you delete the app.




Next I will leave you a list of apps that if they paid you, you decide which one best suits your needs:

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