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Battle Monsters with friends, become the top guild, perform woodcutting, space expeditions and plenty more in this ever growing first of its kind Online Idle MMORPG Start off with only 1 red button, which you have to click to earn money, but then you can buy menu, achievements, upgrades and start upgrading the game. Each thing you buy adds $0.25 to what you earn per click.Fun concept (similar to Upgrade Complete, but in clicker style), but somewhat boring since balance is such that you have to click A LOT to buy upgrades.The game includes over 50 upgrades and 10 achievements. This is a sequel to Electric Rubber. Click and rub to get money. Manage up to three power plants and unlock upgrades. Sell electricity for money, but be mindful when you do, the worth of electricity can change! Come back daily for a reward, based on how many power plants you own. The more you own, the better the reward! Complex 1v1 RPG. 48 classes, 140 passive skills, generated items, and the most badass enemy you’ve ever tried to kill! Upgrade and watch over your own randomly generated city. Gain money while playing to upgrade and better your city. Increase your income, population, and rating! This Japanese game is the first of two where the ultimate goal is to defend the city against alien invasion. This is done by upgrading a number of skills and attacking invaded territories/occupying abandoned territories. Once completed, the game presents the player with a total play time.Occupying/Attacking TerritoriesLand is gained by occupying squares. Free squares are those with a black background and a % number on them. With each click, the % will increase and a small amount of cash and xp will drop. Cash can be spent on unlocking locked squares or buying upgrades on the map, while xp is automatically applied to the player's current total.Attacking yellow squares requires the strength of the player's army to be sufficient enough to eliminate the alien threat. With each attack, the player's defenses are attacked in turn, either resulting in the player being "injured" or "killed". If the player is killed, they must wait for their health to rise again before attacking again, during which time, the alien forces can return to the square in question. Once a square has been defeated, it becomes open to occupy.CashCash is rewarded with each time an unoccupied territory is clicked, and a smaller amount when an occupied territory is clicked. Cash can be spent on buying upgrades on the map, that affect a few different aspects of the game such as attack strength and life recovery.LevellingThis is done automatically when the player collects enough XP. Once a level has been achieved, the player receives points that can be spent on attributes. The attributes are assigned at the top of the screen using the + buttons next to the three lines. The three available are Recovery, Attack, and Defense.Action PointsActions can only be performed when the player has enough points to spend on performing them. These can be seen in the purple bar on the left of the screen. Each action takes a number of points to perform, and these points are returned at a rate determined by the recovery score of the player.KeysThese are rewarded to the player upon defeating enemies. Keys are used to unlock locked squares on the map. Both silver and gold keys are available to the player, and will only unlock their respective locks. It is important to note that some upgrade squares are locked and require keys to access, adding a level of strategy to the game. Pretty fun and interesting RPG and civ-builder idle game, where you send your heroes on quests where they automatically fight for you. At the same time you build a small town with inhabitants, whose main purpose is to craft weapons, spells and the other stuff for your party of heroes.There are plenty of upgrades in the game, and a lot of stuff opens up as you progress through the game (your party collects scrolls from monsters they kill, which give you new abilities, buildings, professions etc.) Fun idle game where you get to work on different spells. Each spell earns you cash in different ways, and you have different upgrades, gems to improve any spell, talents to improve different global stats and essence acting as "reset" with perks. Clever and interesting sequel of Spell Idle. God did it in 6 days. How many time you will need?The idle game with a lot of new features:-No clicking to produce!-Missions and achievements.-Upgrades, bonus, knowledge and more!-Strategic system.-Ending. Somewhat strange idle game with basic graphics which is hard to pick up due to absence of any good tutorial. It is somewhat deep with many different options available in the game, be sure to move your mouse to "?" button at the top right to better understand each game screen, as they're otherwise not intuitively understandable. A few more tips:- Auto attack or click for additional damage (you can keep the mouse pressed or space bar).- The Azur Tower has special fighting condition (Path 1 : Auto attack only, Path 2 : Click atk only, Path 3 : Critical dmg only, Path 4 : Double atk only ... etc... the other is either mana dmg based, total monster killed, or other condition). Train your skills to gather resources. The game is currently in development and is missing a lot of content, but has basic functionality there. Heathstone card game mixed with idle elements for a very fun experience! Pretty interesting and enjoyable idle game with very nice balance. At first you click gifts and upgrade how many gifts you get per click, but quickly you start buying snowmen for gifts, who in turn produce gifts automatically.While the gameplay is not anything new, similar to clickers heroes and a lot of the other games, the balance is what makes this game stand out. Unlike most of the other idle games, where only the last "unit" is worth upgrading, in Gifts Clicker the "best" unit changes a lot (at first being the last one, but then going back to the first one and moving back and forth), thanks to "super" upgrade at each 250th level, and double upgrade every 10 levels, which makes the game exciting for a long time.The only drawback of the game is bad english translation, but most things are obvious without any text anyway, so this shouldn't stop you from enjoying the game.Recommended! Build your blacksmith business by forging tools and selling them to royal kingdoms. Click on your castle, buy upgrades and grow your empire! Helixteus is a unique strategy/idle space game with a lot of content.Manage your home planet, build buildings and send spaceships to other planets to fight the enemies in order to conquer the planet in this infinite universe.Research 36 types of sciences, collect 215 achievements, fight 7 tiers of enemies, discover 11 different classes of stars, own 7 different types of planets, accumulate 4 completely different but essential types of resources and build 5 different tiers of ships to raze the enemies with your strategy whether it be a pure attack power or above-average defense.A very in-depth game with tons of content for you to enjoy for weeks on end if you are the addicted type! To fuel your motivation, compete for highscores in 16 different statistics in the game.
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Click to build up your score, then add it to your country's total score, comparing against the rest of the world. Grow your garden and protect it from bugs. Learn all the world and become the richest ship in the universe.How to Play:Click Selling and make sure they are 0% by the slider. (Change this later based on how fast or slow the game is going as you need money for upgrades later)Let your Mecha get resources (The Meteorite and Resources (Yellow Tin))Buy Upgrades with it in the Mecha Buy and City Buy. – Over time you will buy more and more items from the ‘Buy’ shops to increase the DMG of the Mecha which will allow you to collect more Resources.Turn Selling % on to whatever you want and start earning Money for Mech and City Upgrades (Mech/City Upd.) Best to start with the Mechas Feet and the Cities Dirt Road.Increasing your Mech and City upd Upgrades will increase your Mech and City by 1% per upgrade at any Cost. (Unsure of what the Mech and City Upd. does, I think it just makes it like 1% more efficient at dmg or something. So 100 Dmg with 0% 101 Dmg with 1% etc) A basic incremental where the player must manage a few resources and population while buying upgrades, workers, and housing.