gamehelp16's The Gold Factory should look pretty familiar since it's yet another clicktoy inspired by heavyweight Candy Box! (how often do you start your own genre in gaming?), but it's got its own share of surprises waiting for the patient. Able to run by itself in another window or tab, all The Gold Factory initially does is generate gold bars, but if you experiment by clicking on the little facilities on your screen, you'll soon find you have more options than you think.
The Gold Factory is surprisingly a bit more in depth than its sneakier brethren right up front. Buy a sword with sufficient gold bars and you can hack up rats for your boss, or test your brain by solving ciphers for him... either activity will make him happy, and happy means more gold for you, which you'll need in massive quantities to progress. The Gold Factory does, then, wind up being a lot more hands-on than other games of its type as well, so you'll need to pay more attention... as well as think a bit more if you want to solve those ciphers, most of which are based on specific methods you may need to look up to solve. The cipher concept is actually neat, though their answers are... odd... and you still might run across the occasional typo. It's quirky, goofy, and weird, all of which you should take as endorsements, and offers a charming take on a popular style of game with its own secrets, challenges, and... pizzas?