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The rather relaxing clicker 'Lazy Galaxy' is now out of Early Access

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Clicker games are strange, I've never really been into them and then Lazy Galaxy [Steam] came along to make me think again.

The full release didn't add anything huge, but it was already a nice relaxing experience when I gave it some initial thoughts so it didn't really need a lot more anyway.

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For the lazy type amongst our readers, one feature in particular that was added is quite good. The game has an RTS-style mode (which you still don't need to actually interact with) and you can now send a General in your place to fight, keeping you clicking around on the base screen.

Features:

  • Build your base in idle mode, participate in battles in RTS mode
  • Achievements matter! Unlocking in-game achievements adds permanent researches that improve the gameplay
  • Allow your ships to fight by themselves or control them directly
  • Item system: find the items in battles, craft the new ones on your base
  • Micro-control is rewarded, but not necessary. You can idle out the battles or seek more active participation.
  • Mod Support: players can add their own ships and items!
  • More than a 100 in-game researches and achievements
  • Multiple development paths will add variety to incremental/base-building gameplay

Find it on Steam, honestly for a clicker/idle game it's quite nice.

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g000h 26 Mar, 2018
I'm quite interested in this. Also razing32 will probably like it for their Relaxing Games list.
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