Doomsday Clicker

Doomsday Clicker

Doomsday Clicker seems like a strategy game of some sort or even an action app but in reality it is much different. In fact all you will be doing here is click (read tap) on your Android device’s display.

The game’s story is rather simple – you have devised a new device that destroys the world so then you build shelters for the surviving humans and you start extracting money from them. As it turns out Doomsday Clicker is one of those games where the goal is to make a zillion dollars by tapping on the display, upgrading your “production facilities” and all that. The game will give you numerous upgrades that are fun-looking in their own way so you will have fun here. Needless to say Doomsday Clicker features just 2D graphics but they will do and the sound effects are also nice. Just make sure not to tap too quickly since we managed to crash the game – just give it some time to calculate its stuff.

Doomsday Clicker is a nice casual clicker game that will help you kill some time and ultimately fulfill your dreams of becoming a billionaire. Even though we are talking about virtual money, the feeling is nice and Doomsday Clicker is your chance to experience it.

Doomsday Clicker is here on Google Play.

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