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Sep 30, 2013 | 11:54 AM EDT

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Hey there, can you help me a second? See the world's air is think and polluted. I can't see a thing! So could you plant a few trees for me? Really? Thanks!

Update v4:
-Tree data and achievements should be saved after game complete.

About: This little game is my lame attempt to make something addictive using just clicks, buttons, timers and numbers. It was mainly inspired by Cookie Clicker, Parameter, Candy Box, and a number of others. Hopefully somebody will like it. And if enough people do, I'll update it a little.

Graphics Attribution: yoannsculo from hither:



Rated 0.5 / 5 stars October 27, 2013

Sorry but this is just below par. No music, no graphics and, most importanlly, no real game to play here...

xhunterko responds:

Good points. It is more of a toy after all.


Rated 3 / 5 stars October 2, 2013

The only reason i am giving this three stars is that it promotes a very important topic.Honestly the game isn't very addicting,it is fun for people who like slow paced games though.


Rated 1.5 / 5 stars October 1, 2013

U could put some trees as the density increases. Put some clouds running through the screen, it whould be nice. Some kind of spread the forest, like seed production from your trees too.

xhunterko responds:

Fortunately that's in a planned update. :)


Rated 3 / 5 stars October 1, 2013

Well, It's certainly not bad. It was sort of addicting to the point of I sort of wanted to see what would happen? But not much did. The screen got clearer, And I continued to click trees. You achieved your goal, In a way, Of making it addicting by almost.. Tricking the player into this madness of click after click action. None the less, It was good.


Rated 2.5 / 5 stars October 1, 2013

well, this wasn't too bad. it wasn't very addictive, I just went to d=100 because I'm stubborn and wanted to see what would happen. density started at 0, and didn't start increasing until either 30 or 50 of each tree, I don't remember. then when I got to d=100, nothing happened. I went to 101 to see if anything would happen but it didn't. and it wasn't very clear it had to be exactly 10 of each at the same exact time, maybe you could update the text a little?
other than that, maybe if you have some trees slowly come into focus in the background as density increases it would be more interesting. maybe you chose not to because, like you said, you wanted it to be only buttons and numbers. if not, give I some thought =] the colors were ok but.. boring.
the wait times were almost nothing after a while, which was pretty nice. just gotta get past the first 30 or so..

xhunterko responds:

I'll have a look in the code again on that line. But there was no text box or anything? I'll take a look at it.