Here, I have selected only those incremental or idle games which are best suited for cheating with auto-clicker programs.
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In this idle game, you start with a single lemonade stand, but before long you’ll be making pizzas, managing hockey teams, making movies, and even running banks. Each business you buy increases your profits and the speed at which you can produce goods, but it also makes it tough to split your attention across all of your ventures. Luckily you can hire managers to automate each business so that the money keeps rolling in while you focus elsewhere.
AdVenture Capitalist is the world’s greatest capitalism simulator. Start with a humble lemonade stand, and squeeze your way to total fiscal domination! Earn ridiculous sums of cash, diversify your investments, and attract smarmy Angel Investors to give your businesses a boost! Belonging to the clicker genre, AdVenture Capitalist offers very simple and addictive gameplay mechanics. As a future millionaire, your objective is to earn as much money as you can.
Cookie Clicker is an incremental game created by French programmer Julien "Orteil" Thiennot in 2013. The user initially clicks on a big cookie on the screen, earning a single cookie per click. They can then spend their earned cookies upon purchasing assets such as "cursors" and other "buildings" that automatically produce cookies.
Prepare for endless hours of fun and entertainment! Simply bake as many cookies as you can by tapping/clicking on the giant cookie as fast as you can. Then go to the shop to use your cookies to buy upgrades that enable to you bake cookies even faster! Will you be the next Cookie Master that bakes over 1 BILLION cookies?
The idea of this idle game is to earn coins by simply clicking on your realm, which can then be spent on buildings that automatically generate income for you. Buildings like inns and blacksmiths continue to automatically gather coins even when you’re offline. The game belongs to the incremental genre, meaning you will have to click — at least in the beginning — buy buildings, upgrades, cast spells and make other strategic choices with the ultimate goal of gaining more, more and more.
Choose to align yourself with a dozen different factions, each of which has their own distinct play style. Will you align with the elves, who reward tapping for treasure, or the demons, who give massive bonuses to the most powerful structures? In the incremental game type, Realm Grinder is the first to introduce a significant level of re-playability by giving the player choices that can entirely change the play-style. You will be given goals, and to reach these goals, the choice to join different factions of mythic creatures, where each have their own resource, and each focus on different mechanics.
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Clicker Heroes is a horrifying examination of human psychological weakness. It is more disturbingly respectable than clear satire such as Progress Quest for being a fully realized and quite serious effort of game design. If we ever manage to build utopia, the cornerstone of its educational program will be a forced hour-long session of Clicker Heroes that ends with students being informed that their genetic sequence has been inextricably attached to their game profile.
You begin with a minimal load out, with only one hero, delivering tiny amounts of damage. Each time you click a monster, you deliver damage, each monster that dies delivers gold. As you accumulate gold, you can level up a stable of Heroes, unlocking powerful, prolonged attacks. I played for 7 hours and racked up 3,679BN DPS, with 91,976 Click Damage, 1,478T gold, dispatching 18,289 monsters in the process. Sounds impressive, right? Any hardened Clicker Heroes player will definitely tell you I'm at the beginning of my journey.
Truly win, win. Sandcastle Builder burns a little slower than action-packed Clicker Heroes, but keeps your interest with a number if interesting tools for spreading sand, such as the Trebuchet, and the steady accumulation of buckets is satisfying for the sandcastle in your mind. It is a real slow burner, and certainly not for those needing masses of visual stimulation, but Sandcastle Builder also has an end-game featuring dragons, ladders, glass, and whole host of other random objects.
Sandcastle Builder is the Dwarf Fortress of idle games; it's rumored to be incredibly deep and awesome, but you try it and it just confuses the fuck out of you. Sandcastle Builder really is, hands-down, THE deepest idle game out there, both in mechanics and in scale. Mechanically, the game has so many different things to do and I haven't even scraped the surface yet. The best way I can describe it is the way it was described to me; this game is built around paradigm shifts.
Progress through this crafting game requires a lot more active input, as you engage in combat. However, as you approach Forager’s endgame the pace shifts as more and more of your systems become automated, allowing you to sit back and relax while your machines churn out all the goods you’d normally have to fight for or plunder from the surrounding wilderness.
Forager is an immensely satisfying game, and one that holds so much promise as to its development, Forager is a great buy as it stands, and a worthwhile investment in the long run. Forager is a game that gives you joy from the minute you start playing, and from there just continues delivering.
Time Clickers is the incremental version of a first-person shooter. In this futuristic game, you click to destroy cubes that drop currency. The money is used to buy new guns that automatically fire for you. You can upgrade each gun to increase its damage output, and even buy activatable abilities that dish out loads of extra damage.
In this game you collect gold, upgrade your Click Pistol & hire a team of elite sharp-shoooters to help with defeating the enemies in this clicker idle game. Not a fan of micro-transactions? Then this is the perfect game for you, since it has no micro-transactions or hidden fees.
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