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Idle Evolution: Another World

Game Categories:

Clicker, Idler

Game Platforms:

Javascript/HTML5

Development Status:

In Development

Version:

1.5.7.0

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Game Description

God can do it in 6 days. How much time will you need?
New idle game with a lot of features:
- No clicking to produce!
- Missions and achievements.
- Upgrades, bonus, knowledge and more!
- Strategic system.
- Ending.

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