In the near future, the secrets of the universe will be unlocked in the chicken egg. You have decided to get in on the gold rush and sell as many eggs as you can.
Hatch chickens, build hen houses, hire drivers, and commission research to build the most advanced egg farm in the world.
An incremental (clicker) game at its core, Egg, Inc. uses many elements from simulation games that give it a unique feel and play style. Instead of menus, you are presented with crisp and colorful 3D graphics and a delightful simulation of a swarm of chickens. In addition to choosing your investments wisely you must also balance your resources to ensure a smooth running and efficient egg farm.
There is something for everyone here:
Casual players love Egg Inc's laid back feel and beautiful appearance. Take your time to build a wonderful egg farm and explore all the content.
More experienced incremental (clicker) players will love the emergent gameplay and depth afforded by the different play styles needed throughout the game. To reach the ultimate goal of having a ginormous egg farm with an astronomical value, you will need to balance strategies throughout many prestiges to make best use of your time.
- Simple, Casual gameplay with opportunities to challenge yourself
- Chicken swarm!
- Dozens of research items
- Dozens of missions
- Many different hen houses and shipping vehicles
- A "Nested" Prestige system has the game always feeling new
- Wonderful 3D graphics with pixel perfect UI and shadows
- Game Center achievements and leaderboards to compete with your friends and the world!
- Enables new types of contracts
- iOS 12 support
- New iPhone notch support
Ratings and Reviews
Warning: extremely addictive!!!!
I downloaded this game and played for maybe 2 minutes and then didn’t look at it again for another week. But then I thought I’d look at it again before I deleted it, but after 10 minutes I was totally hooked. This game might not be your usual flavor, and I would totally understand if it isn’t. Personally, I’m not fond of build and research games. But that doesn’t matter in this case. I don’t play this because it fits my idea of a fun game. I play it because the creators of this game have got the gaming play-and-reward system thing totally pegged. They have reduced and concentrated it into its simplest form, poured this game concept into it, and I’m totally hooked on it. I know this game is basically pointless, and there’s next to no strategy, but tell the reward center in my brain that! It won’t listen to you, and why should it? It’s totally stress free and does nothing but light my reward center up. And my life is stressful and busy enough, I don’t need to be freaking out over some game. Why play something else that’s harder when I can get that awesome “I win” endorphin rush with this? That’s really what anyone is doing when they play a game, and this one delivers like no other. So I play, and it makes me happy; a dumb little chicken egg farm I don’t want to like, but I do very much! Yep, this game is like digital heroin.
PS the AR looks cool too. Thanks, chicken people. :)
I was a bit leery about "Eggs, Inc." at first. After reading other reviews, though, they did leave me a bit egg-cited about what was to come with this newly downloaded game. But, after playing several levels and finding out that I wasn't tied down to just one boring farm, and that I could upgrade, depending on how much my farm grossed.
I have to say I was SO happy to find out that with all my eggs-tra golden eggs (and STACKS of cash!) I was able to purchase my next farm and was able to assist with projects dealing with rocket fuel, coming from work accomplished by my OWN EGG FARM!
After realizing that I could have an eggs-traordinary time during my eggs-tracurricular occasion could eggs-toll the virtues of having an eggs-tended family of my own!
You DO have to shoot down drones, which seems to be an eggs-traneous part of the game - possibly they are attempting to eggs-trapolate research information produced by our Egg Scientists on the farm in the research building...in any case they are NOT to be trusted.
In any case, I have had no technical problems thus far, and everything runs fairly smooth after one week of playing the game at least once a day. Before I go, I must eggs-press how some folks like me may find this game to be eggs-hilarating and may eggs-pend pent up energy and help you to relax. This may not be the case for everyone, so this is just my opinion.
egg inc. is the best game ever!
In egg inc. there are tons and tons of things to do, you have to get your chickens, upgrade your space, research, and make your vehicles better. I think of egg inc. as a game to make the world a better place, because i'm not that far and i'm only on the Rocket Fuel Egg. So i remember a newspaper that i got and it said that the Medical Egg CURED CANCER! I knew it was only in a game but it wanted me to find out how to cure all cancer. I wish there was a lot more to do before you got your next egg, but egg inc. should also have a chicken food feature. I think there should also be more super cool and funny different newspapers to read about. All my request are optional because egg inc. itself currently is AMAZING. Chickens are some of my favorite animals and in most games, i name myself eggmanbot999. I also thought think that the egg you currently have, should effect all of your stuff and add a new slot for every new egg that you get. I know i said many requests, but they are optional. I have many likes about the game but i can't fit them all in this review because i want to get back to playing egg inc. and try and get egg inc. on my computer to. egg inc. is the best game ever but i'd like it if you took my requests. But over all egg inc. is one of the best games that i've played.
- Auxbrain, Inc.
- 70.6 MB
- Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © 2015 Auxbrain, Inc.
- In-App Purchases
- Crack open Piggy $2.99
- Pro Permit $4.99
- Crate of Golden Eggs $4.99
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With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.