Immense Army

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3.3/5 (56 votes)

Grow your army, one click at a time, in this incremental idle game from Deqaf Studio. Though perhaps a little too simple for some, a great visual style and casual pick-up-and-dominate gameplay may make it a good choice to fill your spare time.

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So, this is a very broken game. The captive system is underwhelming at first, but then becomes extremely overpowered. By world 30, my level 70 mine was making so much money I decided to start experimenting with how much money I could pour into it before it cost more than it gave me per tick. It was level 120. At that point, I had so much money I leveled my buildings from 130 to 220, which pushed me through world 45.

I then upgraded my units to 150, and realized that I couldn’t upgrade fast enough to keep up with how much money I was passively making. That power took me through world 59, where I stopped because my finger couldn't handle another upgrade clickfest. Anybody who has played this game through to the “ending” of world 300 is a saint or a robot.

TL;DR: You need “x10, x100... max” buttons, or your upgrade cost/power curve need to be much steeper.

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The game does not end at 300 levels, numbers just keep getting bigger. It becomes a click simulator after ~75 levels.

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cyberphlash August 11, 2015 12:48 PM

For an idle game, there's too much involvement. You have to click on every battle - it should just continue to progress forward until you hit a dead end because you haven't upgraded enough. On the other hand, for an interactive game, the pace is pretty slow because you're waiting for battles, etc, in order to increase your army...

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