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Industry Idle can be daunting at first, but it’s actually quite easy to get to the start of the mid game or at least towards the end of the early game fast. The early game is absolutely very boring and slow so this guide is going to help power you through the start of the game. The very first thing you should do is find this guide before you started playing, but since that likely hasn’t happened, let’s assume that you’re starting with a fresh city even if you don’t earn much or any swiss bank. How to Play the Game The game is an active idle game, meaning that offline earnings are slim and the game encourages active play. What you’re going to want to do is build a supply chain, ala games like Anno or Factorio, except everything is on a flat 2d game board which honestly is…

Creeper World 4 is the latest installment in a long running series by Knuckle Cracker. It takes the traditionally “2D” top down fluid simulation and turns it into 3D which is actually pretty nice. I absolutely love the game and think it’s an improvement kind of over CW3, but that’s not what we are here for. We are here for tips! Let’s begin. Tips & Tricks Consider power first before everything else. You need energy to build things and power weapons. All of the fun tools that help you push require other resources, but surviving requires just power and you need to establish a power grid first.Sometimes its not cost effective to build a tower when there is plenty of energy coverage. You have to wait to earn the energy back for creating it.Mortars are very powerful for dispersing creepers and only cost energy. Cannons are great at getting rid…

ActRaiser was a super cool SNES game because it was a mix of city building and side-scrolling. With Sol Seraph, we finally have a spiritual successor to ActRaiser – just 29 years later (1993 saw ActRaiser 2, which many say wasn’t as good as the first). To sum the game up – you build a city and play a tower defense map to unlock side scrolling sections, which boost your character (Helios) and makes him stronger, eventually letting you take on a boss and fully liberating the area. Understanding How To Play the Game Sol Seraph is formulaic. Once you get into the pattern of the game, it becomes very easy to understand the basic flow. It goes like this: You unlock a zone by completing a side-scrolling map. Once unlocked, you are in tower defense mode. You you fight enemies to collect souls to unlock enemy arenas. Once you…