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Empire Clicker

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Civ Builder

Game Platforms:

Javascript/HTML5

Development Status:

In Development

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1.0.2

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Game Description

Build your own empire from the very beginning.

Collect resources, build shelter, pray for the right divinty, buy upgrades, build you army, attack other empires, gain land and more!

Collect food, wood, stone and gold. Create citizens to work as farmers, lumberjacks, or miners but be aware they consume food and they can die from hunger!

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