Idle Miner Tycoon - The Clicker Game where You Don't Have to Click

Discussion in 'Announcements' started by Thorn Erikson, Jul 7, 2016.

  1. Thorn Erikson

    Thorn Erikson New Member

    Jul 7, 2016
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    Hey ;)

    we’re a new, small development team from Germay and would like to introduce our new mobile game "Idle Miner Tycoon". It would be absolutely incredible to get some feedback from you. There are great people here in these threads, so we would love to hear your thoughts.


    Idle Miner Tycoon is an intriguing blend of a clicker and a tycoon game, similar to games like Tap Tycoon and AdVenture Capitalist, but with a bigger focus on strategy.

    It’s simple, but if you scrape the surface you’ll find a surprising amount of depth and spend hours optimizing your production flow.
    Become a mining mogul by creating efficient production chains. Hire managers to keep making revenue even when you’re not playing.


    This way you can focus on the important decisions: Which part of your production chain should you upgrade?
    Open up new mining shafts or enhance your existing ones? Hire new, more efficient managers?

    We hope Idle Miner Tycoon provides a nice strategy snack for fans of tycoon games, available for iOS and Android.


    ★ Completely free! No In-App Purchases!
    ★ Use managers to automate your workflow
    ★ Earn money even while you're offline
    ★ Use KPIs and dash boards to invest smart
    ★ Different manager for different effects
    ★ Playable without an internet connection


    Download now!

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