Eventually, an idle game inspired by Idle Loops.
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README.md

wrtsc, a time-loop incremental game about robots and revenge

An incremental/idle game where you're stuck in a time loop and pick a set of actions to do in each iteration. Heavily inspired by Idle Loops by lloyd-delacroix, omsi6, and StopSign. Play that if you want something complete-ish with the same gameplay concepts; it's quite a fun game, and I'm on my third runthrough. Shout-out to the Discord for all the feedback.

This is still pre-alpha; there's no demo or anything available yet and the test coverage is bad. Expect main to be constantly broken.

(Planned) features:

  • Built-in predictor, so you can see what your resources will be like after each action in a loop. Uses the exact same logic as the game's own loop.
  • Nonlinear progression; depending on what you want to do in a loop and how good your stats are, you might just skip a zone entirely.
  • An actual story. Advancing through the game unlocks "cutscenes" and lore fragments.
  • A "catch-up" system; every second you spend with the game closed is banked, and you can spend them to accelerate the game loop to catch up. Leave it open for 24/7 slow progress or close it when you're not paying attention for short bursts of quick progress.
  • Robots! I'm tired of "evil robots attack humans" stories; what about the other way around?