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Auto Turret

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Clicker, Idler

Game Platforms:

Unity

Development Status:

Completed

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Game Description

Use mouse to buy upgrades.
Turret upgrades:
* Upgrade your turret so you can kill enemies faster.
Research laboratory:
* Upgrade your research level to open more upgrades.
Enemies:
* Upgrade your enemies to earn more cash.
Cash production:
* Earn cash every 15 seconds.
* Upgrade your cash production so you earn more cash.
Settings:
* Disable sounds, bullets, explosions and particles. You can also turn on flashing lights and delete your game progress.
* If game is lagging too much, go into Settings and disable particles.

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