Homo Evolution 4+

Tap Tap Idle Clicker

Azur Interactive Games Limited

Designed for iPad

    • 4.6 • 10.5K Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Create your own little world and drive on human evolution. Merge two people and get a new, more modern life form, populating the planet with different creatures: from simple animals to diverse and unpredictable personalities.

There are 4 ways to shape the world as humanity emerges:

Animal evolution, from the embryo to modern individuals!
The path from the ancient world to the first citizens!
A creative Bohemia, from poets to crazy party people!
Civilization with a degradation from natural to modified products!

There are also 8 stages of evolution:


Explore each branch to open the next.

You start in the BEGINNING world with a small lizard. By combining two creatures you create a new, more perfect being. By tapping the last two at this stage, you get access to a new, previously unknown world! Explore all the worlds in Homo Evolution: Tap Tap Idle Clicker!

Start creating your own world right now!


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What’s New

Version 1.6.6

Technical Update

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
10.5K Ratings

10.5K Ratings

Karen - Nc ,


The speed tap round is inconsistent and ads often play through through them, but it’s not too many ads. U get something in game play for every 15-30 second ad u watch, so I don’t mind. In game, u go through 6 planets. Each planet, u combine like species to make the next evolution. Higher evolutions rack up more coins than lower. When u reach enough coins to go to the next planet, u start over, so u start over 6x in total. Who doesn’t love a chance to redo?! It’s a fun clicker game, more fun than just tapping the same thing over and over, IMO. I appreciate that the developers thought of something unique and yes, it’s fun. I’d love to see a new solar system, with funky alien evolutions I’ll have to work at remembering. Idc what the aliens look like, but something tells me developers like this won’t disappoint us in creativity. I’d love an expansion. I’m on the fifth planet now, but I wanna go back and complete evolutions I didn’t finish on the previous planets. See what I mean? So fun!

DRJ129 ,

It’s a fun game

So first off, this game is literally labeled “tap tap idle clicker” so I’m surprised that there are people ignorant enough to complain about the gameplay being boring because “all you do is tap.” Second, it’s a GAME y’all, please stop whining about the poor portrayal of women (I’m a woman, I’m not offended). Why is no one offended that you can hatch a mammal from an egg or that the game is portraying humans evolving from monkeys (no that’s not how evolution really works). There are equally “offensive” titles to males in the game too, who cares it’s a game. I personally think it’s fun, I’m always trying get to the next upgrade and the best part about this game is that you’re not forced to use real money in order to reasonably progress. I like that fact that I can get some pretty good prizes/rewards by watching a 15-30 second ad, I would rather do that than spend real money (they have to make money somehow people). One thing I don’t like is an ad starting when I’m just navigating from one menu to another, granted it happens rarely and I can skip it after 5 seconds or so. The biggest complaint I have is that I got this game on my backup phone while my phone was being fixed and there’s no way to transfer my progress so I can’t play it on my normal phone now. Overall though it’s a great tome consumer and something cool to play when you have a couple minutes of down time.

broke-animation-student ,

Tolerable until final stage

I agree with all the other reviewers that this game has some major issues with sexism, but that’s not even what prompted me to write a review. The game is still fun enough for me to enjoy unlocking all the planets and I just ignored the parts I found offensive, except the gameplay breaks down once you hit the final stage of the final planet. Once you make 16 final-stage creatures, the game won’t let you combine any more creatures from the previous stage, so that stage fills up as well. I guess that means the game’s over, but if that’s the case there should be something more definitive to let you know that.

And I hate to compliment this game, but I have to admit I appreciate that everything can be unlocked without spending any money. Getting free slot spins if you wait, free spins for watching ads, and free crystals through the slots and the missions made the game feel like at no point I was being pushed to buy stuff with real money to continue the game. Of course those ads to buy stuff with real money are there, but it’s not required to purchase coins or crystals to progress in the game. I progressed from start to finish (I guess) in under 5 days without spending any money, so kudos on that system working at least.

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