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CityInc (or City Incremental if you wish) is a game about building your city. You start out with a measly forest, and end up with a large city. 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.) 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! Text-based strategy game with lots of resources, buildings, technologies.. with new content almost everyday, early alpha. Start small with a couple of villagers and grow into a mighty kingdom. Build, research and upgrade, conquer and pray and expand all over the world with powerful colonies!Assign jobs to your villagers, gather resources and manage your civilization in the best way possible in order to lead it to greatness.The game is updated regularly and has a very active developer that answers all queries and fixes bugs quickly. An idler/clicker about world conquest. Worship the Great Alpaca and spread its word across galaxies.Hire priests and crusaders, build churches, conquer entire planets and more, all in the name of the Alpaca.Every building nets you more and more Faith, which you can spend to expand the area of the Great Alpaca's influence.Features:* Spend Faith to construct buildings from 10 available options. Better buildings net you more Faith per second.* See your empire grow with beautiful pixel-style graphics.* Submit your highest Faith score to online leaderboards. See who's worshiped the Alpaca most devoutly. 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. I don't no much about the game as I didn't play it too long. It seems a little slow but when more developement has been done it may turn into a great game. You start being a part of a civilization and there are currently two people in there that tell you what you can do (kill goblins, mine, collect bones, upgrade cauldren). There are bosses and eventually you control your own kingdom. I didn't have the audio on that long but it seems like they have some good music. Junction Gate is an incremental resource management and strategy game. Your goal is to survive, gather resources, build out the Junction Gate station, and keep your population alive and happy.StoryThe station is called Junction Gate, a colony seed that never fully blossomed. You see plans for mines, habitat modules, research facilities, and shipyards. From the looks of it, however, station construction ground to a halt shortly after it began, with no immediate indication of what went wrong with the assembly bots. The barren and dusty planet below is Ninevah, about half the size Earth was before the Burning.ResourcesAs you first start out, you'll need to quickly gather resources to survive. The resources can be viewed in the Resources Panel in the upper right of your screen. Each resource functions slightly differently, and some can even go negative, so it's important to keep an eye on them during all stages of the game.There are 7 resources currently available:OreHelium3AirFoodCreditsEnergyPopulationTo produce more resources, you'll need to construct various facilities appropriate for each resource.CommandThe Command tab is where you manage Junction Gate's personnel and policies. Much of this functionality won't be present until you build governmental facilities. Be warned, the command decisions you make will have a profound impact on your game!PersonnelCommanders amplify the effect of your workers by providing them direction. Commanders each have different specialties and can only affect workers in their own department. By training your commanders, you can increase the impact they have on station personnel and decrease the liklihood that the commander will be killed if disaster strikes. You can only have up to four commanders at a time and they are assigned randomly as the story unfolds.Station personnel can be assigned to various departments in Junction Gate to supplement basic resource production. However, station personnel will not be assignable until governmental facilities have been built. Each worker equates to an additional unit of production.Station GovernanceThe Station Governance tab allows you to manage your station's social, military, and economic polices. Each policy will have an affect on your station itself, as well as affecting how the various factions interact with you. To see what a policy does, hover over the text for a description.EconomyThe Economy tab is where you'll manage your finances. As you progressively upgrade your facilities, you'll have access to investment funds, a stock market, and even a casino.InvestmentsEach level of investment will allow you to earn credits interest at set intervals based on the amount invested.Stock MarketOnce the stock market has been unlocked, you'll be able invest in corporations across the Commonwealth. Here are a few keys to investment:ScienceBuilding scientific facilities will allow you to perform research. Currently research is performed by paying credits, but this is likely to change in future versions.External LinksGame InstructionsSubredditTwitterFacebook Gather resources to build your civilization. Greetings generals! I am Queen Catherine von Conqueror the Fourth and I will conquer the world. Of course no conquering is successful without a good general. You will be my general! I-I mean I just think you will do a good job and serve my country Touria well so don’t get the wrong idea!The other countries have strong armies and well trained troops. But I do not care about that because I have a secret that they do not have fufufu! Dark knights will join Touria and I need your help to make them grow! Soon, our dark knight armies will overrun their pathetic countries and Touria will rule the world!Will you join Touria and help me conquer the world? You will rule the world together with me!Your goal is to conquer the world by buying as much as you can, gaining as many dark knights as you can and resetting so that they join your nation forever!Do you have what it takes to rule the world with Queen Catherine? Gather resources to provide housing for you villagers to enable you to expand your growing population. The successor to the original Parameters game, Heiankyo Parameters adds a few new features to the game.TerritoryOccupying territory is done by clicking and holding the mouse button over an empty or semi-occupied territory. Territories have a number of different levels of occupation, each providing a different quantity of cash once completed. Each territory also provides automatic income at regular intervals once it has been obtained.Yellow territories are occupied by aliens and must first be cleared before they can be built upon. Each of these combat situations takes into account the player's attack and defense values and with each click, runs a combat simulation. If the player's health reaches 0, attack, defense, and recover are temporarily reduced to 0. The player must wait for these to return before attacking again. Once an enemy has been attacked, their health will regenerate over time.CashCash is rewarded with each time an unoccupied territory is levelled up, and a smaller amount at regular intervals thereafter. Cash can be spent on buying upgrades that affect attack strength and defense level.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 right of the screen using the + buttons next to the three lines. The five available are Life, Attack, Defense, Recovery, and Cost.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 right 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. 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. 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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Grow your garden and protect it from bugs. As one of the first RPG incremental clickers, Clickpocalypse fleshes out its gameplay quite a long way. From multiple characters in your party to a massive range of items and enemies, the game provides an in depth, detailed experience.CharactersThere are a range of characters available to choose from. Each of these characters has special abilities or traits that affect how they are played in the game. Each character type has a unique list of equipment that they can use, with varying abilities tied to them.The list of characters is as follows:MousePaladinClericPirateThiefGunslingerLawyerBarbarianRangerWizardWiseguyNinjaLegionaryCheerleaderEffectsCharacter effects modify a number of different aspects about the game. These include some of the following:Increase manual attack damageIncrease the frequency of shop respawnsIncrease experience gainIncrease gold dropsIncrease rare item dropsIncrease rare items in shopIncrease higher level itemsIncrease part damage for a number of secondsIncrease the odds of higher level enemiesInstantly stock the shopMake shop items cheaperReduce enemy defencesIncrease the quantity of items in the shopGain extra items from combatThese effects can be activated individually by clicking their respective titles when they become available. Their effects are generally timed and have a cool down period to prevent spamming them.EventsOccasionally, events will occur during combat. These can include finding chests with a stash of equipment in them, finding mechanical pieces, finding ancient artifacts, encountering a new character, accepting a quest, or entering a boss lair. Each of these comes with their own unique gameplay implications.EquipmentThere is a huge list of equipment available in the game, and each item is tailored to its paired character. For example, the Mouse character may be able to equip a Left Mouse Button, while a thief may equip a Lockpick. This does mean that equipment cannot be shared between characters, though the store and item drops will only provide items that you can use.In addition to the standard equipment, artifacts can be found. Things such as "Ancient Idol" can be collected during gameplay and provide additional permanent effects to the game. These are similar to the character effects above.QuestsThese will appear occasionally and consist of requests such as "Kill 10 Chimeras". Upon completion, the player is rewarded for their efforts and the quest is recorded. Build your blacksmith business by forging tools and selling them to royal kingdoms. A game based on Team Fortress 2. If you know it, you will understand mechanics of game easily. All you have to do is to get hats. As many hats as possible. Tons of hats. Millions of hats. In short, you idle on a server, get weapons, destroy them to get metal, sell metal, get money. You will acquire locked crates. You open them by buying keys. One in a while, you’ll find a precious hat in one of those crates. And you will be happy. Oh, I almost forgot about one fun additional feature: game allows Steam login and comparing results with others.