In the near future, the secrets of the universe will be unlocked in the chicken egg. You have decided to get in on the gold rush and sell as many eggs as you can.
Hatch chickens, build hen houses, hire drivers, and commission research to build the most advanced egg farm in the world.
An incremental (clicker) game at its core, Egg, Inc. uses many elements from simulation games that give it a unique feel and play style. Instead of menus, you are presented with crisp and colorful 3D graphics and a delightful simulation of a swarm of chickens. In addition to choosing your investments wisely you must also balance your resources to ensure a smooth running and efficient egg farm.
There is something for everyone here:
Casual players love Egg Inc's laid back feel and beautiful appearance. Take your time to build a wonderful egg farm and explore all the content.
More experienced incremental (clicker) players will love the emergent gameplay and depth afforded by the different play styles needed throughout the game. To reach the ultimate goal of having a ginormous egg farm with an astronomical value, you will need to balance strategies throughout many prestiges to make best use of your time.
- Simple, Casual gameplay with opportunities to challenge yourself
- Chicken swarm!
- Dozens of research items
- Dozens of missions
- Many different hen houses and shipping vehicles
- A "Nested" Prestige system has the game always feeling new
- Wonderful 3D graphics with pixel perfect UI and shadows
- Game Center achievements and leaderboards to compete with your friends and the world!
- Many small/medium improvements and bug fixes
- Increased rewards for random gifts and video gifts
- Slightly reduced rewards for some trophies and daily gifts
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Best idle game out there
Let’s be honest, you’re watching a bunch of chickens endlessly run across the screen. That being said, I cannot seem to stay away from this game. I’ve tried just about every idle game out there (the tappers, the fighters, zombies, mafia, fishing, you name it) and, IMHO, this one is the best. Sure, it’s not the most action packed, but there are no stupid cards to collect to level stuff up or other pointless objectives just to slow down progress; you make money and buy upgrades...that’s it. The developers have also provided daily events, co-op events, drones to shoot down, etc. that give you plenty of opportunities to earn golden eggs, soul/mystical eggs (whatever they are calling them these days) or just extra cash to keep your farm moving forward. You can watch as many or as few ads as you want and go at whatever pace you like. I also like that there are trophies to collect...does give you something more to work toward. I have downloaded and deleted at least 20 other games since I got this one and still come back to this several times a day. So try it; you might be pleasantly surprised, as I was. Only thing that I would really change is the music. I had to turn it off because it just put me to sleep. Need some variety or something with a little more energy. Anyway, kudos to the developers on this one...now I have to get back and unlock my dark matter egg farm.
Perfectly paced idler
I’ve been playing this game for two years, I just never got sick of it and that’s what makes Eggs, Inc. better than other idlers. The concept of an idle game in itself seems pointless on paper until you try them, then they’re addicting- for like a few days at best. The mechanics and features are what you would expect, most idlers have a lot in common so I’m not going to waste time describing everything about it because it’ll take less time to download and learn on your own, that’s part of the appeal, it’s easy. Idle games are easy by definition. Where this one branches off from the others is after those first few days of play, when milestones are harder to achieve and everything slows down. Typically I get bored, forget about it and replace it with a new game. This one keeps you coming back, and not just with the daily gifts (which don’t reset when you miss a day), or the frequent contracts or events. It’s just a nicely tuned game, you always feel like you’re making progress so you always want to open the app again to do more later. Whoever designed it to be paced the way that it is just got it perfectly right I think, plus there are no forced ads- you can occasionally opt to watch one for a free gift if you want. There isn’t anything else I could ask from this game, it’s perfect and simple and I’m sure I’ll still be playing it a year from now.
Great game but has flaws
I’ve been playing Egg, Inc. for quite while now and I think it’s great. The main issue I would like to address is the big red chicken run button. When you get to a later stage in the game you can hold it but when you are holding it I accidentally move my finger to point when it stops working a lot. This can be really frustrating since sometimes when using the infinite hatchery boost I don’t look at mine screen for a couple of minutes. Even though the button does become slightly lighter when being held I believe the developers should add some kind of color change or more significant way to tell.
Another thing I would like to address are the in-app purchases. I think the upgrading the permit is quite worth it and a great purchase but in my opinion the piggyback isn’t quite worth it. I think perhaps there should be a discount for those with the upgraded permit. The ads are greatly placed and usually a worth while investment.
With the new artifacts update there are more things to do which is great but I don’t quite understand the fueling. The fueling requires different egg types and to get those different eggs I believe you have to prestige. I don’t really like that. I think there should perhaps be some kind of egg trading system in place. Where you could trade your current eggs to the ones you need to fuel the rocket. If you could buy them that’s great too. Other then the things I mentioned the game is great.
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