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Super Idle Imagination

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Selling Your Soul 5 Points

Find and abuse the familiar mechanic

Against The Odds 10 Points

Receive a positive review from FlashChaz

The Abortionist 10 Points

Receive a positive review from Wayne Marsh

Transcendence 10 Points

Receive a positive review from Danish Goel

Voice Of Reason 10 Points

Receive a positive review from Shock-Dingo

Flappy Turd 25 Points

Take 25 poos

Idle Hard 25 Points

Increase your chances of winning an award

Why...Why?! 25 Points

Develop 75 games with Auto mode disabled


Enter the brain

Fifty Fifty 50 Points

Get lucky on the one arm bandit

Honours Idle 50 Points

Win 50 awards - the only true recognition of talent

Trifecta Of Idleness 50 Points

Develop 3 Idle versions of FlashChaz games

Cosmosis 100 Points

Realize a universal truth

Kill Me Now 100 Points

Develop 250 games with Auto mode disabled

Shovelwaring You Out 100 Points

Churn out 800 games

Author Comments

*Thanks for idly frontpaging, NG*

Whatever you think about this game, you are correct.

Idly developed in 3 days by FlashChaz.
Music idly composed by Nick Short.
Idly tested by Nick Short, Danish Goel and Wayne Marsh.

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My cat likes this game :3

To enter the brain and get cosmosis anchievment just keep playing trust me

Not enough depth. Boring.

Art style is ok, you certainly know what things are supposed to be and such. Gameplay and plot are minimal in order to get the point across, as most satire/parody typically are. The whole thing overall reeks of pretentiousness and jealousy, to be honest. "Screw these guys for being more popular by uncreatively exploiting humanity's dependence on instant gratification" is definitely an excellent point, but the solution should be to simply improve on the formula of idle games, which luckily the creator seems to be aware of given he also made the "Hero Agency" game.

the moral of the story is... people criticize other people, even though they don't know what they're criticizing. accuracy=100