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Click, Click, Wroom!

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Clicker, Idler

Game Platforms:

Javascript/HTML5

Development Status:

Alpha

Version:

0.4.0

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Game Description

Start by gathering resources to build cars, then selling them manually for your first cash. Workers can be hired from there on to produce cars for you and to sell them for you. Upgrades can be purchased to increase the speed of gathering resources and more.

From humble beginnings with nothing in your pocket you begin to climb the tall ladder to becoming global car mogul!
Obtain materials below and start manufacturing cars, research new technologies, expand your offices and sell!
 
CHANGELOG
v0.4.0 alpha
- Brand added - ad campaigns!
- New research fields
- Some design changes
- New achievements
- New stats
- Save / Load should work!
- Cleaned up code & bugs

v0.3.5 alpha
- Distribution added - automatic sales
- New research fields
- Improved design
- New achievements
- New stats
- Popups for achievements
- Removed +100 button
- Added sale buttons
- Save / Load disabled for the time being
- Cleaned up code & bugs

v0.3.0 alpha
- New resource for cars
- New research fields
- Improved design
- New achievements
- New stats
- Ability to buy 1, 10 or 100 resources

v0.2.0 alpha
- New manufacturing buildings, unlocked by research
- New research fields
- New layout
- Achievements
- Save and Load fully functional!

v0.1.0 alpha
- Buy resources
- Manufacture cars
- Acquire deals for automatic replenishment of resources
- Hire mechanics for automatic manufacturing of cars
- Some research can be done

SUPPLY CHAIN
The Supply Chain is where you control the amount of resources you have. Resources are your building blocks when manufacturing cars.
Amount of resources used per car can be seen in the upper right corner, this amount will increase with higher quality cars.

MANUFACTURING
Manufacturing is almost self explanatory, here you hire and construct mechanics and factories that produces cars for you. New factories needs to be researched before you can construct them, each new factory you build will cost more than the last.

DISTRIBUTION
Tired of selling your cars on your own? Expand with new offices for sales and distribution. Different offices sell amounts of cars but at a slightly lower price (-10%) than if you sold them yourself. Sell! Sell! Sell!

BRAND
Brand recogniction is extremely important, here you can order advertising campaigns in order to increase sales, prices on your cars and demand.
Only one campaign can be activated at a time so make sure to choose the one you need.

RESEARCH
Research & Development, if you want to outdo your competitors on the global market you need to be ahead of the curve, research new areas of development, increase the quality of your cars and train your procurement team.

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