Just Button 4+

Tap button, increase number‪.‬

aleros.io LLC

    • 4.2 • 17 Ratings
    • Free

Description

Join the slowly unfolding adventure of Just Button. Tap and watch the number go up before the button takes on a mind of its own! Worlds of adventure await you!

No Ads, No In-App Purchases, No Data-Mining.

Just Button is incredibly simple. You tap the button, and the number goes up. It is, after all, just a button.

What’s New

Version 1.2.5

More button!
- Bug fixes
- Minor user experience updates
- Speed Run Information
- GameCenter Support (Optional)

Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
17 Ratings

17 Ratings

Jace 6s ,

Loved it, but

It’s a great game and everything, but the main thing is that the “well known” bug of the ending where if u follow thru to the end and then want to go back to continue, there is a button to go back. It says “revert time”, however it apparently sometimes doesn’t work. If the developer, which has apparently been working on idle acorns again, could go back and maybe find a fix for it to finally complete the game it would be majorly appreciated. Other than that, this game was amazing and I loved how simple yet fun in its own way. One thing I hate about other idle games is where it either relies on the idle aspect of being away and waiting, or has nearly no actual action required to gain whatever increments needed to progress. This game was honestly the best for when I didn’t have service and just was bored so I had something to do. The developer did a great job overall and I’m very grateful they made this work of art.

The Real Jzon ,

Had potential but drives the player away

There are many other incremental games out there that are less frustrating than this one. Between the lack of any increment automation, the annoying minigames, and the sound that plays at full blast regardless of your actual volume settings (seems to rely on ringer volume), the game is more a test of my patience than fun to play. There is a way to turn off sounds in game, yes, but then you’re missing out on an entire sense worth of the experience, which will nag at your curiosity. And really that’s the main draw of this game, curiosity. The game draws you in with its mysterious air and unknown goal, and makes you wonder what’s going to happen next. As for the minigames, while I do enjoy playing an active part in incremental games, I’m not looking for something that requires 100% of my focus and punishes heavily for a mistake. If I wanted to give a game my undivided attention I would play a different genre, not one with extremely limited feedback and repeated content that takes 30 minutes for major progress while feeling like I’m just a monkey in a cage responding to a stimulus test. Overall I wish this game were better because I do want to see where it goes, but the experience is both too frustrating and time consuming to the point that I might just drop it.

Sparking dolphin ,

Fun in moments but a drag to get through

First I gotta say the charm in the game is done very well. The writing for the button is something that kept me from soldiering on in the game and each time a new area was unlocked with new dialogue, o had a blast reading through those speech bubbles. The problem I have is that it can take a needlessly long time to get to those points. The mini games are fun at first but eventually turns into a slog to get through as each mistake you make in them sets you back more than it really should. Makes it especially frustrating when you have to start from scratch with the speed each time. And on a side note, the button on the main screen is way too hard for me to press. My hands can get pretty shaky when doing those repetitive motions like clicking buttons, and the small text is especially hard since I can’t see whether or not I am pressing it. A change to maybe add a larger border around the button to be like the one in the mini games would be greatly appreciated.

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Supports

  • Game Center

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