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A simple incremental with combat added in, Mine Defense takes the basic gather resources to ridiculously high numbers and implements a simple combat system. Goblins attempt to break into your mine, while your walls and defensive units do all they can to keep them out.Mine Defense is an idle game set in a fantasy world where ants have unreasonable power and things get creepy fast. You start as a simple miner armed with a stick and build your way up to elaborate tools, magical allies, and more.DefensesThere are three methods of defense against the incoming hordes of goblins.WallsMagesBear TrapsWalls are the simplest defense, and are use to simply keep the goblins at bay. They will, however, eventually break through. Goblins can be manually killed by clicking them early game. The wall can be upgraded as the game progresses to increase the amount of damage it can handle.Mages provide an automated system to take care of defenses. They automatically attack goblins as they approach and can be purchased in high numbers. They reside within the wall to keep them safe as they attack from a distance.Bear traps prevent the goblins from approaching at all. They are timed, providing a short amount of protection.WorkersThere are a number of workers available to purchase, and each provides an automatic income of gold. They quickly become more and more expensive, making the later ones more efficient for their cost.In addition, there are workers that provide other effects. The mage, as above, kills goblins as they approach, while the craftsman ensure that any damage to the walls are mended. This game provides a graphically pleasing and mechanically broad experience. There are a wide range of options available to the player, secrets, achievements, and more. You are required to create Bots, buy Factories, grow your Queen, perform Research, forge Implants, find Treasures, Evolve, and Prestige. Transcendence at stage 14 will bring a wormhole delivering free factories.Bots and FactoriesBots are the main currency of the game and, as with most incrementals, can be gathered manually or automatically through the construction of buildings. Buildings can provide a number of changes to bots, from giving more per manual click to more per automated click.The factories are just as important, providing a way to automate the process entirely. They will provide an income of bots, which can then be used to improve other aspects of the game.The QueenThe queen is important to gameplay in that it can help you either gather bots or research. Both of these things are vital to progress further in the game. The queen, at certain points in the game, can evolve into a larger being, providing more and more bonuses.Implants can be crafted and applied to the queen during the game to boost the queen's effects. ResearchResearching is completed by the queen once it is available. The queen must be set to research specific upgrades one at a time. These upgrades affect a number of different aspects of the game, from resources per click to automated resource production and more. Once they have been researched, they need to be manually activated before their effects are applied.EvolutionThis is a staging mechanic that allows you to progress through the game in set stages. Each evolutionary form represents a new level in the game. New upgrades become available, new options in the forge become available, and the missed secrets from the last level are lost and replaced with those of the new level. Evolution is performed by researching the required upgrade (Evolution: Stage X), then activating it. An "Evolve" button presents itself, which enables the player to move on to the next stage.Once evolution is complete, the queen must once again grow to 100% before researching can be started again.SecretsScattered throughout each stage are a number of secret, clickable objects. Each of these provide a small to moderate once off bonus to bots. Once a stage has been passed, the secrets from that stage can no longer be found, thus the achievements attached to them are lost until the game is prestiged and the stage once again attained.LaboratoryThe laboratory can be used to gamble bots in the hope of achieving free bots in return. This works similar to a slot machine, and has a fairly balanced return rate. However, there is a chance that upon using the machine, a virus outbreak can occur.A virus outbreak gradually eats away at your bots. It is represented by a bot moving around the screen randomly. To dismiss the outbreak, the player must click on the bot floating around the screen enough times that it disappears.External LinksChange Log This game provides the ability to create a civilisation from the ground up. You are required to provide your population with basic resources, housing, advanced buildings, upgrades, and more. The ultimatum to the game is to build a wonder, and worship a god, then to start over, attempting to gain the effects of all the wonders together.ResourcesThere are a number of resources available to use.FoodWoodStoneSkinsHerbsOreLeatherPietyMetalGoldFood, wood, and stone are the basic building blocks of CivClicker. They allow buildings to be constructed and workers to be fed. These resources can either be manually collected by clicking or automatically collected by hiring workers to do so. It is a balance however, to ensure that workers have enough food to continue to work on the jobs that they are assigned without dying.Skins, herbs, and ore are randomly collected when gathering the above resources. They have a chance of being found, which can be upgraded later, and are used for more advanced things. Some are spent on higher tier buildings, while others are used for upgrades. Skins and ore, for example, can be converted into leather and metal by the appropriate workers and used on even higher tier purchases.Piety works a little differently, and is gathered by worshipping gods. Piety can be used for a number of upgrades and for constructing wonders (where all resources are required). All resources are intertwined to ensure that a careful balance is required amongst all of them to make the civilisation grow.Gold cannot be collected normally, and must be gathered through the use of the trade system. Traders will randomly arrive asking for a certain resource and will reward you 1 gold per transaction. They only remain for a short time, so gold is very scarce early game. It can, however, be used to speed up wonder construction, drastically reducing the amount of time it would normally take to build one.SicknessWorkers can get sick, and unfortunately, sick workers don't work. They can be healed, however, by using apothecaries and herbs. Each apothecary heals a number of workers per second, assuming that enough herbs are present. If workers remain sick, they can start to cause a problem, as the infection can spread and remove workers from harvesting food. If this happens, food production can dip, and the population are quickly starving to death.Dead bodies, if not quickly taken care of through the use of cemetaries, can quickly become a problem. Sickness can spread, and the population will quickly get angry, lowering their production.CombatSoldiers can be hired by providing them with the appropriate resources. Note that soldiers still consume food, and should still be considered when calculating food requirements. Soldiers can either be stationed in the civilisation or in the army. Their location affects how they affect the game.Soldiers in the city will defend against attacks. This includes wolves and barbarians.Soldiers assigned to the army will not defend against raids. These soldiers can only be used in raids against other civilisations. Raids can return happiness to your people or even a stash of resources. Note that siege engines cannot be moved out of the army.External LinksFAQWikiSubreddit A simplistic game with slight focus on being more fast-paced as opposed to idle-friendly. Features two currencies as opposed to one - stock and money. Development version has more features, however is considerably more incomplete.External LinksDevelopment Version Kushify is an idle clicker game about rising to glory and wealth by leading an empire of Weed. It involves three resources. Kushify features a coffee mode if you're not fine with dealing drugs. The game is in an early stage but works just fine and has no documented bugs.ResourcesThere are 3 resources for use in the game. Fertiliser, Weed, and Money. The three are connected in such a way that the player must balance all of them and cannot just dump their money into one branch. Fertiliser is used to grow weed and weed is sold for cash. Buildings automate this process. Fertiliser buildings require money, weed building require fertiliser, and dealers require weed.External LinksReddit Thread An in-depth cryptocurrency based game in which you trade and mine various coins using the profits to buy more mining power while researching in different areas to unlock new options or improve existing ones.CurrenciesThere are a number of currencies available to the player. The player will start out with Money, Bitcoins, and Litecoins, and will be required to improve their rigs for mining to earn these currencies. They can be traded at a cost of exchange to convert one currency to the next, giving the player the option to choose which currency they want to focus on. Some currencies are produced at a higher rate for example, but are worth far less. Borrow money.Buy animals, at least two of each species.Wait for them to breed.Sell some.Buy other animals.Pay back your debt before the cumulative interest gets too high.Be patient.Get badges.Reset after a while to get a special bonus. Hey, I'm making this as revition because some people don't understand this.Anyway, Cookie Clicker is a game where you click cookie and buy buildings to help you produce Cookies! Over 20+ prestige upgrades, 10+ buildings, 150+ upgrades, and 150+ achievements! Can you get everything? Settlement is the first game developed by S. J. Vellenga. It is an attempt to bring the classic RTS (Real-Time Strategy) genre into the clicking world by allowing players to control resource production through micro management, settlement management and expansion, trade, and eventually, combat.The game has since been abandoned to make way for a PHP based multiplayer version of the game, allowing for playing anywhere and player interaction including combat and trade. The original game is still available, but it will no longer be updated.DevelopmentDevelopment started in early 2014, with the first prototype being released around May of the same year. It was intended for early alpha testers only, and was received fairly well. After a fair amount of feedback, the game was overhauled, providing a new interface for players to interact with, and a better gaming experience. The previous split list system, providing a separated list of workers and buildings, was scrapped in favor of the new combined list system.The project was again overhauled several months later to provide yet another change in the way users interacted with the game. The combined list was adjusted yet again, allowing for buildings to be stacked. Buildings could then be upgraded from an earlier level to the next tier, saving both space and time searching for these upgrades. The trade system was introduced around this time, allowing for players to expand from their settlements and find new locations with richer resources and trade between them.MechanicsThe game revolves mostly around the production of resources. Early resources, such as logs, can then be processed further into planks, which can be used to produce more complex buildings. Some resources, such as coal, tin and copper, can be combined to create complex resources like bronze. As the game progresses, the list grows longer.Ages take a major role in determining the current place in the game. There are currently nine ages accessible, ranging from nomads to space age, though more are planned. Each age will unlock a number of new resources, workers, buildings, and more.Settlement locations provide a way of limiting the number of resources a player actively has access to. Some resources, such as food, stone, and logs, are available in every location (as they are vital to progression), while others, such as iron or uranium, are strictly limited by location. Furthermore, resources can have low or high production rates, giving the player the choice of taking a smaller deposit in favor of convenience.FutureThe future of the game is bright, with the developer actively working on new content and updates. It has been announced that new features including disease and disasters are on their way, and will be implemented as an optional gameplay element, meaning that each new game can be tailored to suit the experience of the player. Further additions, such as automated trade, a NG+ (new game plus) system, combat, and more, have also been announced, but a release window for these have not yet been published.
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Kill rats to gather xp and gold. XP raises your level and awards you skill points, gold can be spent on hiring minions to kill rats for you. Gather better equipment, health and mana potions, and eventually craft and use magic.Instructions* click rats to gain exp and gold* clicked rats deal you damange* if your life reaches 1 - you lose your gold* health is replenishing slowly* potions are dropping - drink them to restore health and mana* buy minions for gold, they attack for you but also die automatically (except dragons, dragons are immortal)* items are dropping, yellow ones(rare) are rarer and have chance to roll better stats than magic(blue) ones, legendary items are even more powerful* demonic items can only be crafted* equip staff to enable magic* you gain attrubutes to spend every 3 levels* defence decreases rats' damage* damage increases number of rats killed per click* magic unlocks different spells, increases their power and reduces mana costs* rats grow stronger every 10 levels* luck increases legendary item drop chance, 100 luck unlocks crafting* there are 6 crafting materials: magic coal, evil eye, scorpion claw, frog leg, angel feather (drop when crafting unlocked)* hotkeys: spells - 1,2,3,4,5 ; health potion(Q), mana potion (W)* demonic items are made from magic(blue) item + coal + other material* demonic item's power is based on magic(blue) item's power used to craft it* potion transmutation: 2 x magic gloves + magic staff (requires 20 health potions) = 20 mana potionsHealth and ManaThe health bar provides a cooldown effect on killing rats manually, providing you with 100 health total. While this total health cannot be upgraded, the player can improve the number of clicks by increasing their defense and offense using skill points, meaning that rats do less damage to the player, and the player kills more rats per click. Furthermore, equipment can modify these figures. If the player's health drops to 1, the player will lose all gold that they have collected up until that point.Mana is awarded once the player has managed to equip a staff. The level of the staff denotes the level of spells that the player can use. Each spell provides a different effect, from increasing the player's attack abilities to preventing the rats from hitting back for a specified period of time.EquipmentThere are 5 equipment slots available to the player: weapon, armour, helmet, staff, and gloves. Each of these provides a bonus to a particular stat. For example, a weapon will increase the damage stat of the player, meaning that more rats can be killed per click. As the player's level increases, so too does the level of items that drop.The player can also collect potions: health and mana. These will increase the current amount of health or mana that the player has, meaning that they don't need to wait for these to refill naturally.External LinksFacebook Clone of "Adventure Capitalist" idle game in the football settings. If you've played Adventure Capitalist, this is pretty much the same game, only not so much polished yet still fun to play.You start off clicking tickets to gain $1, upgrading the ticket to gain more and more, then hire manager to do the clicking for you, then buy the snacks for higher cash amount etc. So basically this is a clicker with the ability to hire manager to quickly transfer to idle game.There is a soft reset available, which gives you some informal investors based on your cash earned. These informal investors increase your revenue generation by a certain percentage. But honestly, there is not enough gameplay value to use the reset - you'll pretty much complete the game on the first run in about an hour or two.Football Clicker game is fun at first, but gets boring pretty quickly. Still worth a few hours of your time for some idle fun. Collect a number of resources to buy workers to collect automatically. Resources can be sold for gold, which can then be spent on upgrades and buildings to improve production. Multiverse Miner is a unique game; it's part sim, part incremental, part rpg. The object of the game is to mine resources from planets, while defending yourself against hostile enemies; which include players and NPCs. To provide protection, and advance, you must craft items, weapons and armor from recipes which closely mirror their real world counterparts. Fly to the planets, and procedurally created alien planets, conquer or be conquered. The key to progressing is developing a plan to accrue elements, while not leaving yourself or your home planet vulnerable.