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Clickpocalypse 2

Game Categories:

Clicker, Idler, RPG

Game Platforms:

Javascript/HTML5

Development Status:

Completed

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Game Description

The sequel to the ever popular Clickpocalypse, this game deviates from the simple design of its predecessor and expands into an automated graphical world.
It should be noted that the game is still in development, and some features have either not been implemented or have not yet been announced.

The World
The gameplay region is made up of a tiled display where the player's characters can freely roam, searching for more enemies to kill.

Adventurers
The player is given a number of adventurers that will gather loot and experience automatically. They initially start the game with a fighter, a priest, a ranger, and a wizard, each with their own abilities and loot.
The adventurers wander the world killing monsters and navigating dungeons automatically. It is up to the player to decide when and how to spend experience, upgrade an adventurer's equipment, and more.
As adventurers gather experience, it can be spent on levelling up the adventurer. This opens up the abilities of that particular character, providing a new layer of strategy in the game.

Monsters
Similar to the previous game, monsters populate the world and are a way for the player to gain better loot as well as experience. However, in this game, the monsters can wander through the map, attacking the player's characters as they like. This can lead to the player's characters running away, and removing them from battle.
Monsters can now be upgraded to increase the chances of dropping rare items, more gold, more experience, and so on.

Loot
Items that monsters dropped can be applied to characters to improve their abilities. These items are randomly generated and randomly dropped, meaning that many of the items may in fact be worse than the item currently being used. This is circumvented by providing the option of an auto-upgrade button that will automatically select the best items available and apply them to the character.
Each character has a specific set of items unique to them. Each item in turn can only be applied to a single adventurer, meaning an item that might be good for one character, cannot be used by another.

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