The most addictive Idle Clicker game ever!

In this brand new idle game you can decide about the creation of the earth.

The more you upgrade the planet, the more energy you will get.

Spend energy to colonize the planet.

Plant plants to allow animals to grow!

Can you unlock the atmosphere?

Easy and simple gameplay:
- Great upgrade system that will keep you playing for hours!
- Prevent a natural catastrophe by unlocking the atmosphere.
- Start off with upgrading the ground and unlock animals and humans!

- Beautiful animations!
- Create the world as you want it!
- Many categories to upgrade!
- Endless hours of gameplay!

What’s New

Version 2.6

1. The bug that made the game stuck on loading screen in some devices has been resolved
2. The buy max dynamic option has been made optional
3. Other bug fixes

Ratings and Reviews

4.6 out of 5
9.4K Ratings

9.4K Ratings

ZZzzZZzzZZZzzzzzxxx ,

Active non-idle game

This isn't an idle game. An idle game is where you can either spend hours to days away from the game and get proportional value or keep the app open and get value without doing anything. Sure, if you keep the app open, you will keep getting energy, but you have to keep upgrading to make it worth the data and phone battery (as expected). The real problem I have concerning this is how long you can stay off before you don't get value: 30 minutes. Just 30. That's ridiculous. After 30 minutes, you will no longer receive extra energy for staying away from the game. And the upgrade to improve this is extremely expensive. It's absurd and there are many other better idle games than this one to invest into. There is literally nothing special about this game. It's about the same as any idle game that calls for upgrades to gain more resources. Other games are also more visually appealing. Also what's with the disaster protection? As if this game wasn't annoying enough with how little energy you get, you have to worry about some disaster that never seems to arrive? Why are we being forced to upgrade atmosphere? What is the point in upgrading things beyond the requirement for the next set of upgrades? This game is just another low quality advertisement-filled garbage game. But I've seen worse and that's why this game is 2 stars.

Rawrsmileyface ,

Best Idle Game There Is

Honestly, this game is pretty great for it being just an idle type game. I know about the complaints on the protection tab but honestly once you start getting up there you only need to pay a small price for it but I mean it’s your job to protect the planet. I think it’s a great mechanic in the game to make it slightly more challenging. The limit on the max offline production and the time limit before it stops collecting is annoying... like a keep on trying to beat a boss and he keeps killing you annoying but you have to keep playing because it makes the game interesting and even more of a challenge to create your world, and if you put a bit of your energy into max offline production and the time you have before it stops collecting it definitely helps immensely. Overall. This is one of the most if not unique idle games out there. Some minor glitches here and there but I don’t mind them at all. I haven’t maxed out my world yet but I’m already at AI and I’ve played for about less then a week now. I just updated it to Mars and I haven’t checked it out but I hope it’s even better then just earth. Thank you for creating this very unique game. It gives me joy :)

Pikachu203 ,

Enjoyable, but flawed

It progresses at a good pace for an idle game. The visual style is fine, and the concept is nice. Some of the quotes that pop up are enlightening or fun.

However there’s a few issues with the game, mostly in regards to ads. One is that the game has built in mechanics which reward you for watching ads, and yet it still causes pop up still ads. These pop ups are infrequent enough to catch the player off guard and feel much more disruptive to gameplay then ads tied to increasing energy or diamonds. Further, a bug exists with ad based rewards. When a small alien goes by and offers 2000 seconds of time travel in exchange for viewing an ad, it automatically adds the total, regardless of if an ad is viewed.

The main other issue is in regards to offline energy gathering. Unlike some other idle games, there is a cap to how long energy can gather when the app is closed. This time can be increased but this increase does not carry over when prestiging. So that’s somewhat frustrating.


325.1 MB

Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.



Age Rating
Rated 4+
© Funcell Games Pvt Ltd
In-App Purchases
  1. Idle Combo $7.99
  2. Remove Interstitial Ads $2.99
  3. Diamond Pack 1 $2.99


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