Make it Rain: Love of Money

Make it Rain: Love of Money

Love of money is the root of all evil – this is how one rather interesting Android app, called Make it Rain: Love of Money, starts. Although it is all about money, this app comes to you for free. Strange, isn’t it?

Anyway, Make it Rain: Love of Money is all about making money and more of it, more than you can imagine. You start with no money at all but it is easy to make your starting capital – just get some cash by swiping on your display. Then you will have to make various decisions as to how to increase the money that you have. Thus you can choose to have a financial investment or business and political investments. No matter what you choose this will bring you faster ways to make money. Once you have enough of it, you can make other decisions that will bring you even more money. At the end you will be swimming in cash, although virtual.

Make it Rain: Love of Money is a fun app, designed for everyone. The game does not have any fancy features but it brings a nice idea to reality and then builds on it. The real challenge lies in the fact how “rich” you can actually become and you can be ridiculously wealthy if you have enough patience – we are talking about a billion billions. Just decide what you want to do and then go for it. All in all Make it Rain: Love of Money brings a lot of fun and we can easily recommend this game to you.

Make it Rain: Love of Money is here on Google Play.

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