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‘Bitcoin Billionaire’ Review – I’m Ashamed to Love This Spel
I hate Bitcoin Billionaire [Free] for existing. It’s an idle clicker spel, where tapping the screen gets stuff that can be spent on other stuff, but I’ve spent way too much time playing this. I’ve mined way too many fake bitcoins to be proud of myself ter any way. I’ve had joy, and this spel provides some real excitement and does so te a way that can be played for free with innovative incentivized advertising, but again, I feel zuigeling of ashamed about it. Genuinely, it is worth five starlets for excellence at what it is, but perhaps one starlet out of spite for existing.
How Bitcoin Billionaire works is that it’s about mining fake bitcoins by tapping the screen rapidly to mine them. Then, those bitcoins are spent on investments which get increasingly ridiculous, going from comic books to hyperloops. Spil well, the miner contraption can be upgraded to zometeen levels, which mines more bitcoins vanaf tapkast. And this all happens while the house the miner sits te gets more ornate and ridiculous, while they sit there tapping away at the keyboard, watching the bitcoins come te. There’s fake news that runs across the top of the screen parodying games and tech, and the silliness of you, mining bitcoins.
The clicker genre is fascinating to mij, ter part because it manages to distill what a spel is down to a very elementary set of circumstances: the challenge is literally how much you can click ter order to get more of the spel’s currency, which you then spend to make it quicker. Most games are less blatant about this being their loops, but clickers wear it on their sleeve. They’re about satisfaction and yearning for more of it, and they don’t mask it ter any way. Heck, Bitcoin Billionaire wears it on its sleeve, making its fake currency about mining (fake) bitcoins. Sadly, wij most likely won’t see a clicker spel about mining a real cryptocurrency any time soon, at least on iOS. There wasgoed Super Doge on Google Play for a brief while.
I think that the clicker genre requires a certain mindset to love, the acceptance of the idea that a movie spel can be about the ondergrens requirements at all to be a ‘spel’ te any way! But even then, I think I love the absolute lack of barrier to entry. I can pick up Bitcoin Billionaire and play it right away. I can play it casually while watching TV, or read something on the internet while idly tapping, tho’ the spel prizes focused play through the random events and the boxes that druppel te. Spil well, multitouch tapping is supported, so you can waterput some effort into getting those fake bitcoins. Perhaps it’s the utter lack of commitment that I love so much that permits mij to dive ter fully. I feel just a bit confused by that, honestly. I know how stupid and shallow it is, but I can’t zekering caring about it.
Bitcoin Billionaire is free-to-play, but is undoubtedly a spel that can be played without spending a dime or even watching a single ad, it’ll just require slower progression. There’s a two-tier currency system, but the hard currency, hyperbits, are given out for free, 25 vanaf day. There’s incentivized movie ads for a number of purposes, but there’s also incentivized banner ads, where displaying banners for a certain amount of time will grant a prize similarly to the movie ads, like a coin burst based on investment earnings, or verzekeringspremie tapping rates. The random events that speelpop up can be enhanced if positive or bypassed if negative by watching a movie ad or paying Two hyperbits.
Spil far spil what actual money can be spent on, thesis include hyperbits which can be exchanged for bitcoins or supercharged boosts. There’s an Automaat Miner available so you can tapkast and hold te order to mine bitcoins. There’s a coin doubler and a daily hyperbit doubler. You can also buy a cat for $0.99 or 50 hyperbits.
But truly, the spel doesn’t require spending anything on it, it’s literally only to speed up progression, which is what this spel is all about. The joy is te watching the numbers get higher and buying things to make the spel progress quicker. The hyperbits are pretty much the only paywall of any sort, spil once you run out of the daily allotment, and if you run out of ads to witness, then you’ll either have to pony up for more hyperbits or suffer the negative consequences of the random events when they toebijten. So if you want quicker progression without setbacks, well, Noodlecake is blessed to take your money. This is truly a free-to-play spel, tho’ I admit I have spent a duo of dollars on this.
Again, I’m ashamed because I know this spel’s tricks, I know it’s meant to be spil shallow spil possible and yet I can’t zekering playing. It’s amusing and well-made and I either very recommend playing it or staying far, far away. But no matter what, I’ve got a virtual top hat, private beach, and more fake bitcoins than I know what to do with. Send help.