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Idle oil tycoon [link]
Actually spent the few $$ to remove adds from it. It doesn't actually say you win, but it crashes because the numbers are too high.
Idle Oil Tycoon was my first incremental game. It was inspired by Adventure Capitalist which wasn't on android at the time, but I think IOT is better because of certain unique elements. It looks plain, but it's a satisfying game.
you... actually want to click only? eventually idle?
Let's go back to 2014: Idle Oil Tycoon back before the android store was chock full of fast follows. You literally cannot pay to win.
I've been 'playing' Idle Oil Tycoon for the past couple of days. It's really basic, but it looks like it'll take quite a while to get all of the achievements (which boost the profits of your properties or how fast they resolve). You need to tap a little bit to start, but you can buy CEOs to make your properties generate money on their own. No need to be online, no fancy battery-draining animations, no problem here.
Idle Oil Tycoon
The beginning is a bit more active, but once you get past that, you can't speed up the game and have to play it passively.
I used to play a similar automated game on android, Idle Oil Tycoon. It has less "theme" and graphics but is essentially the same exact idea. Such a huge waste of time though.
Idle Oil Tycoon
This was my first idle game I played. It's kind of like AdCap, but it has unique elements with the specialists and really makes it a long-term idle game (with an ending). There isn't any clicking except for the beginning before you buy a manager.
Right now, my favorite app is Idle Oil Tycoon. Around February this year I really got into incremental games. This is one that's available on android and has kept me interested since April. I haven't had many games that do that, especially ones that are repetitive. What you do is you buy properties, build money to buy more, hire some CEOs, buy technologies, and eventually retire so that you start again with a boost. Once you have completed the main mode (took me like a month) there is an unlimited mode. You beat the game when you hit ∞ for the cost for all the properties, because then you can't really do anymore :/
My wife really needs a phone case. She's prone to breaking her phone. It's in my Important wishlist, which should be the one in my flair, but I'm not entirely sure :)