This game has 6 reported Temporal Dark Patterns. There are 1 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
This game has 8 reported Monetary Dark Patterns. There are 3 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
This game has 0 reported Social Dark Patterns. There are 7 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
This game has 3 reported Psychological Dark Patterns. There are 4 votes indicating the absense of a dark pattern.
|iOS:||(4.50) with 412,036 votes.|
|Google Play:||(4.58) with 1,484,621 votes.|
If you don't play regularly, you'll hamper your progress by not using your in-game currency to upgrade your "businesses". There's also limited time events.
You can earn 'gold' for logging in daily, but the reward is boosted if you pay for the VIP subscription.
It's an idle game, but you start the game by having to click repeatedly to earn in-game currency until you can afford a 'manager' who does the clicking for you.
The game reminds you to watch an advert to boost 'profits' x2 for 4 hours. You can also pay money to increase the boost you get from watching ads.
You can, as far as I can tell, infinitely 'upgrade' to earn 'dollars' (which can be used to buy further upgrades), but as you progress, the upgrades get more and more expensive which makes it slower to actually upgrade things. I don't think there's an upper limit to any of the 'upgrades'.
Yes, it's 'gold' which is used to pay for various boosts.
There's no other players (as far as I know) but you can pay real money to progress much faster than anyone who did not buy would be able to.
It takes a long time (or a lot of money) to reach the higher levels of the game, so you become invested in the game.
Temporary offers in the in-game shop. It opens random windows telling you about "first time buyer" offers that are available for a limited time.
As it's an idle game, you sometimes need to wait for in-game currency to accrue in order to be able to do anything to progress.