Idle Game 1 is aimed and specifically designed for experienced incremental game players with special emphasis on random upgrades.
According to random prestige bonus given in each round; the player should decide optimizations, different strategies and various adjustments unlike other Idle Games.
This mechanic leads to a different story for each player as random boosts can upgrade colors in infinite number of ways. Give it time and you will appreciate how tactical a prestige game can be.
Play responsibly and good luck!
Notes from the developer:
* Prestige cheats are not random, you'll able to select color & boost type.
* Prestige cheats are single use items meant to carry you forward in the game. https://idle1.com/cheats.html
* Please don't damage your screens by leaving it on for long hours
* Players with eye problems, please use the 'low contrast' mode for long hours of play
* Speed upgrades start to affect earns after maxing out the color speed
* If for some reason (device fail, crash, battery drain etc);
- you exit just before you use a purchased cheat: just tap on the 'cheat' button again in the next session to restore your purchase
- you corrupt your save file: just go to the options and tap the 'load' button to bring everything back
please don't hesitate to contact for any feedback or support request via:
email at: email@example.com
- optimized for iphone 14 pro screens
- multiplier cap increased to 1M
- minor game play adjustments
- other bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
A diamond out of the bunch
I’ve never written a review in my entire life of mobile gaming , and let me tell you I’ve played more than usual amount. This game takes the cake though ; it’s only 3 days and I’m on the 5th calculation. People don’t understand one true mechanic that I figured out in accident. That would be to leave your phone on while playing the game. Do not touch a single thing in the screen ,and a multiplier will show up. This multiplier will times your prestige score times the number you work up to. Also I’ve read people say that it’s an impossible grind. A game with a unachievable ending , that you have to spend money. This is a bunch of BALONEY. At people quit at the point when they see ohh it takes to much time . It might take time ,but that is the whole game . You can’t quit dark souls , because it’s “to hard”. You playing until you beat it. The reason why the devs don’t commit on those remarks is , because you have to grind to see the ending. And it better be 🦫worth it , or make me laugh. This game is mental thing over anything else. Respectfully, I give this came my first review it was five stars. If you don’t want to put in the time to beat it , don’t write a review because you don’t want to.
- Thank you Idle team for such a fun game
Developer Response ,
Thanks for the great review :)
Right off the bat, this idle game is cool and unique in a lot of fun ways. The way random elements are incorporated into the core of the progression loop is really fun, and I’ve been coming back to this idle game way more than most others. Randomizing the “rules” of the game is so cool, and genuinely something I hope to see in other takes on the genre.
However, the big hurdle comes from the incredibly few ways you can account for that randomization. The main gameplay loop of getting prestige points to upgrade your colors takes away one of the core ideas of reset-based idle games: choice. Your prestige points are usually randomly placed, and when you have several colors already maxed out, seeing any of them get a cost or speed decrease feels truly bad. Sometimes you’re able to select what aspect of which color you want to upgrade, but it doesn’t happen often enough, which leaves one of the core loops of the game a frustrating game of chance.
It’s overall a really fun and neat game with cool design ideas. However, there’s some big flaws with randomization that don’t make it as fun as it could be.
Where is the Strategy?
Randomness is by definition the opposite of strategy. If I play a game of chess, and I’m making random moves on my pieces each turn, what are the odds I win a game against any competent player? Strategizing would involve actually picking where my prestige goes rather than just hoping it doesn’t get wasted on the lower value tiers that will not help me progress. For example, my tiers 1-4 I can get to max level in 1-2 clicks, so any time I get a cost reduction on those, its a complete waste. You more or less just have to pray that the prestige value goes to the tier and attribute you want. So I ask again, where is the strategy involved in that? I saw another review saying that the later machine levels is basically impossible without paying or grinding for weeks and I have to agree. I have reached the final step where the button at the bottom says “finish the game” but I am still nowhere even close. The max amount of money I can make is around 20e^8 and to finish I need 300e^9. If I was able to actually strategize my prestiges and focus down costs on the higher tiers I cannot max out than this would be a decent grind that actually feels rewarding rather than spinning a 1/27 chance I get the upgrade I actually need.
I gave this app 2 stars because I do think the visuals are nice but I think the gameplay loop is flawed and reading the description of this app saying that it involves strategy is frustrating because it is not true.
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- Hasan Cem Kamiloglu
- 4.5 MB
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Requires iPadOS 11.0 or later.
- iPod touch
- Requires iOS 11.0 or later.
- Age Rating
- © Cem Games
- In-App Purchases
- Infinite (Max Value) Prestige $4.99
- x 250 Prestige Bonus $0.99
- x 5K Prestige Bonus $1.99
- x 95 Million Prestige Bonus $3.99
- x 1 Million Prestige Bonus $2.99
- Select Prestige for 20 Rounds $0.99
- Add 0.50 Prestige Power $6.99
- Add 2.50 Prestige Power $7.99