Megapolis Hack for Coins and Megabucks -

Megapolis Hack for Coins and Megabucks

Megapolis follows classic city management games like Sim City and Cities: Skylines and puts a Clash of Clans-like base builder spin on things. Available on both iOS and Android, Megapolis is all about building your own virtual city from the ground up, expanding territory to increase your city’s income, and helping your population flourish by increasing the population cap. Manage your personal town, place buildings where you choose and construct the best looking city out there in Megapolis.

Gameplay has you go through the classic city building task of constructing buildings to achieve objectives, such as building wooden houses to have more people in your city, or stock markets to try your luck at the stocks mini game and enriching the town.

Every so often your population buildings, called Residentials, will have a “population icon” above them. Clicking these icons increases your overall population, and the building then goes on recharge for a set amount of time. In other words, yes Megapolis another addictive mobile game that hooks you even if you’re playing for small bursts of time, and ultimately leaves you checking your phone every thirty minutes trying to maximise your cities economic prospects.

Each map in Megapolis comes with certain pre-set sites close to your town, landmarks like the beach, hydro power plant and the Airport terminal. These are major building sites which you can’t just throw coins at, the regular currency of purchases in Megapolis’ building mode. Beginning construction on one of these special sites requires certain building materials such as glass or asphalt, and you can only get these materials through the daily reward system, through real life friends gifting you them in game, or you can spend megabucks on them which you earn by completing tasks, or purchase through the store.

If you just don’t have the funds to complete a building or a contract, you can ask your friends to help you out. Another Megapolis feature is the ability to ask people you know, either in real life or that you met in the game through online play, to assist construction of your buildings by donating the materials that you don’t have. Help out your friends and who knows, maybe they’l return the favour one day with an even greater reward. Megapolis has a great daily reward system too, your NPC friends can assist you by gifting building materials, coins and megabucks to go towards your next big project. Becoming friends with the right computer controlled players can lead to some powerful perks, better butter them up.

After building a Tax office for your town, you can control the city’s residential taxes, increasing it or decreasing it as you please. This is your office’s major income system, and it’s what keeps you tapping away in Megapolis. The tax icons pop up over buildings after certain times, and collecting them puts the buildings on cooldown, for either a few minutes or a few hours depending on the building. Collect those income taxes, watch your coins grow, and throw them all back into your city. Why not, it’s what Megapolis is all about.

Megapolis Hack for Coins and Megabucks

If you are playing the card game Megapolis, then you know that there are in-game items you can purchase to help you through the game, and also freemium items to purchase. These items include coins and megabucks, but these in-game purchases cost actual money, and this gets is often an expensive venture. This is why we at AppGameCheats put out a free hack tool, which you can use on both Android and iOS to get unlimited amounts of coins and megabucks for free.

Look at the picture below to see how the Megapolis hack is setup, with an easy to use options menu to input the amounts of coins and megabucks you want to add.


All you have to do is download the Megapolis hack tool, which takes about 30 seconds, and the hack will automatically install. Both the download and install times may vary depending on your internet connection and device. Then, you will need to choose which device you are using, either Android or iOS and then input how many coins and megabucks you want.

Simply tap “Start” to begin the tool, and this takes about 45 seconds to complete. Afterward, all you have to do is open up Megapolis on your device, and you will see that the coins and megabucks have been added to your account. You can then use these items to help you progress through the game and get upgrades, and you can come back and use the hack tool as many times as you would like.

Unique Megapolis Tips and Cheats

Check your tasks before building contracts. Sometimes you get tasks that require you to buy certain contracts, so don’t waste your money on contracts or you might pay the price later.


Invest early in Resources such as water towers and power plants. Planning the correct infrastructure is the key to making your coins last, and makes it easier to increase

You can also build a city hall and hire your in game friends allow to automate tax collection and popoulatio censuses.

Megapolis Review

After playing so many mobile games, the base building genre is nothing new to me. It was refreshing that Megapolis came with a look that was so far removed from the Boom Beach, Clash of Lords/Clans war and battle mentality and took the genre back to what at least I think is the best part about it, the town building. When I say look I mean the aesthetic, not the literal look of the game, which is an absolute mess. The UI is all over the place and had me stumped looking for basic features, even after putting decent hours into it. I guess what I was trying to say is that Megapolis has a nice art style, but does a poor job at presenting it.


As a freemium game, you can expect Megapolis to have ads. There aren’t any true ads here, fifteen to thirty second video clips that stop you from gameplay, and I’m sure the many Megapolis players out there will be thankful for that. There are however, a lot of splash screens advertising the latest in game store bundle deals, and I wouldn’t be so offended if the so called “deals” weren’t so incredibly overpriced. Developer greed seeped into Megapolis’ development and the gamplay has suffered for it.

So, where does that leave the gameplay then, and sub question, does it make up for all the ad screens appearing every other minute? Well, it’s hard to fault Megapolis’ gameplay, but it’s not hard to get a base builder wrong. The core gameplay is all there, and I can see people having fun with this even if I didn’t. I would recommend Megapolis if you’re into the genre and looking for something new, but I’m pretty sick of base builders by now.



Artwork: I give Megapolis a 6/10 for Artwork. Megapolis’ visual design just didn’t do it for me. It was hard distinguishing objects from one another in game, they were all too same-y. Let’s hope a graphics update is on the patch note horizon.


Music & SFX: I give Megapolis an 8/10 for Music & SFX. The small pool of constantly rotating tracks didn’t get old after long hours, which is a big plus in my books. Tapping each building icon as they pop up makes the most satisfactory sound in the game.

Story & Originality: I give Megapolis a 5/10 for Story & Originality. Let’s be real, the path Megapolis walks down is well worn so I can’t praise its originality. And the story is sadly weak, but stays far away enough from the player to make itself too much of a nuisance.


General Gameplay: I give Megapolis an 8/10 for General Gameplay. You build things, you click things, you earn things, you build more things, you click more things, you earn more things again, it’s a vicious cycle. Thats the thing about proven formulas, they work.

Addictiveness: I give Megapolis an 8/10 for Addictiveness. As true with base builders, they either get you or they don’t. Megapolis is the kind of mobile game I can see some people really getting themselves into, and I guess they are after seeing the size of some of the other in game cities.

Overall, I give Megapolis a 7/10.