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The 14 Best Idle Games to Play Online



The 14 Best Idle Games to Play Online

There are many idle games out there that you can play, and they all offer different experiences. The best idle games are those that give you the flexibility to customize your experience and play them how you want.

1. Clickpocalypse


Clickpocalypse is a simple clicker game where you control an army of clones and battle zombies, robots, aliens, and other creatures. With each kill, you earn money which can then be spent on upgrading your characters. As you progress through the game, it gets more complicated but remains relatively simple.

The game also features a unique “dream world” system where your character enters this alternate dimension after reaching specific goals in the primary play mode. This can help make things easier for you as each upgrade is applied to both gameplay modes, so there’s less grinding involved than in other games, as this one might expect.

2. Clicker Heroes

Clicker Heroes

Clicker Heroes is an online idle game in which you click on a monster to collect gold. With this gold, you can buy heroes who will help you earn even more gold. Clicker Heroes aims to buy as many heroes as possible, who will then fight for you and help increase your income even further.

What makes Clicker Heroes different from other clickers is that it’s not just about clicking—it also involves strategy and timing. Players must figure out which ones best suit their play style to get the most out of each hero and then level them up accordingly. For example, if your hero dies too often in battle because he sucks at dodging attacks (which he does), then maybe it’s time for a new one!

Perhaps best about Clicker Heroes is how there’s no limit on how long or hard you can play it each day; no timers or energy bars are dictating when/how often we can log on so long as we want!



NGU IDLE is a Japanese game, so you might have some difficulty playing it. However, if you enjoy idle games and have the patience to overcome the language barrier, this game is a must-play.

NGU IDLE features many upgrades that can be purchased with your money. There are also many achievements to unlock throughout the game. If you’re looking for something different from other idle games out there, then NGU IDLE will surely give you what you need!

4. Adventure Capitalist

Adventure Capitalist

Adventure Capitalist is a game in which you run a business. You can choose to buy and sell anything from oil to dog food, as well as invest in companies or start your own company. The game is free, but it costs money if you want all the content.

You start with $10 (or more if you get a special deal). You can play for free or pay more money at any time. The longer you play, the more powerful your businesses become until, eventually, they will give you huge profits each hour!

The strategy for this idle game is simple: buy low and sell high! The longer you wait between buying and selling products from your factories/stores/other investments, the more enormous profits they’ll make when sold – but be careful not to wait too long as competitors will come along who may snatch up some of those valuable opportunities before yours becomes available again!

5. Cookie Clicker

Incremental Cookie Clicker

(Image Credit: Cookie Clicker Wiki – Fandom)

Cookie Clicker is a game where you click cookies to bake them. You can also buy upgrades that make your clicking more efficient, like the Grandmapocalypse, which gives you more cookies when you click on grandmas.

There are buildings that give you cookies, like the Bakery or Lumberjack Lodge. There’s also the Temple of Melting Secrets and a Wizard Laboratory, giving you different kinds of upgrades for clicks and grandmas. There’s also an Upgrade Sanctuary where you can upgrade everything: Clicking gives up to three times as many cookies per click; clicking grandmas produces golden cookies worth millions and buildings produce even more money than before!

6. Tap Titans 2

Tap Titans 2

If you’re the kind of person who likes to tap, Tap Titans 2 is for you. This is a sequel to the original Tap Titans and features many of the same features—namely; it’s a click-based game where you have to tap on enemies to defeat them. However, the second iteration has been updated with better graphics and more content. You’ll still be tapping your way through monsters while upgrading your character and weapon in this addictive idle game from Armor Games Studios!

7. Grindcraft Remastered

Grindcraft Remastered

One of the best things about Idle games is that they can be played on your own time. If you’re looking for a game that you can play when you’re bored but don’t want to play it too much or get addicted (or if you just don’t have enough time in your life right now), Grindcraft Remastered is your best bet.

This pixel art Minecraft-inspired game looks aesthetically pleasing in 2D and 3D modes and offers plenty of things to do while building up your economy and resources. The game has an old-school feel that’s perfect for anyone who likes retro-style gameplay but still packs plenty of features from modern idle games like character customization and achievements.

Unlike many other popular idle games, Grindcraft Remastered does not require any kind of download or installation; all players must do is visit their website for free!

8. Timesink


Timesink is an idle game. You can get a free copy through the Google Play store, the iOS store, and the Amazon app store. The premise is simple: attack enemies to gain gold and experience points, which you can use to buy new gear that improves your combat effectiveness. It’s not hard to play this one, but there are a couple of things that set it apart from other idle games:

  • There’s no energy system or waiting period between plays; you’ll never need to stop playing for hours at a time just because your character ran out of energy
  • You don’t need to spend real money on upgrades or items; everything you need will come from combat itself (and even then, there’s still no limit on how much gold/experience you can earn)

9. Fidget, Spinner Idle

Fidget, Spinner Idle

If you’re looking for a good idle game that’s not just about clicking, Fidget Spinner Idle is the perfect game for you. In this game, your goal is to get as many spins as possible. You must be on the screen at just the right time to do this. When your fidget spinner hits its top speed, it will start spinning around and earning money based on how many times it spins in one turn.

This might sound easy but trust me when I say tapping at the right time can be extremely difficult! So if you’re up for a challenge and are in for a fun way to pass some time, then look further than this fantastic clicker game!

10. Realm Grinder

Realm Grinder

Realm Grinder is a strategy game where you play as a god, demon, or vampire. You can also play as an angel if you’re into that. The goal of Realm Grinder is to get more mana by clicking on your followers or on the environment around you. You can then use this mana to build up your empire and get stronger. The game has an RPG element where you fight against other players in real-time battles (RTS) and multiplayer mode (MMORPG).

11. Anti-Idle – The Game 2.3.0+ / 140.0+ (Lucky) Star

Anti-Idle - The Game 2.3.0+ / 140.0+ (Lucky) Star

One of the most popular idle games in recent years, Anti-Idle – The Game, is a sequel to the original game that takes place after the original’s “end.” In it, you play as an adventurer who starts off with nothing but a wooden sword and must travel through several different worlds. Each level has its objectives (collecting coins, defeating monsters), and each one ends with a boss fight.

As you progress through levels and defeat bosses, you earn experience points that allow you to unlock new abilities for yourself or your characters. These abilities include passive buffs that increase your damage output or boost how quickly resources regenerate. You can also purchase new playable characters with unique skill sets that can be used alongside your main character in combat (or just idle) mode.

The sequel adds new features like customizing equipment by adding prefixes and suffixes; crafting weapons with materials collected while fighting bosses; opening up new worlds after completing certain quests; catching fish; farming crops such as grapes or wheat; growing trees that give fruit when mature; creating potions from alchemy ingredients found while exploring dungeons!

12. Chicken Clicker

Chicken Clicker

To say that you’re a chicken eater is an understatement. You love eggs and bacon, but nothing in the world makes your mouth water like fried chicken. This game gets you to do what you do best: eat as much chicken as possible!

In this game, you must click on the chickens that rain down from above. They come at different speeds so watch out for those fast ones! As they fall, they’ll drop coins which can be used to buy upgrades or items that make it easier for you to get more points and make more money!

13. Incremental Epic Breakers

Incremental Epic Breakers

Incremental games are a subgenre of idle games in which you play in small time increments. This is usually measured in seconds, but it can be measured differently depending on the game.

In Incremental Epic Breakers, you’ll have to build up your strength by collecting resources and building your base. You’ll need to collect gold and gems to buy upgrades for your base as weak heroes or other units that will assist you in the battle against other players or bases (or both).

The game also features an intriguing card system that allows you to unlock new cards with unique abilities while allowing players to level up their existing cards through use.

14. Metal Slug 3 Zombie Edition – Idle Clicker Version!

Metal Slug 3 Zombie Edition - Idle Clicker Version!

This idle game is an absolute blast from the past! In Metal Slug 3 Zombie Edition – Idle Clicker Version, you’ll slay zombies and collect coins while at it. The goal is to keep killing zombies for as long as possible without dying. To kill a zombie, you must shoot one closely enough; they will die when they get close enough to each other. You can also shoot them with your pistol or shotgun if you want!

The controls are very easy; just tap anywhere on the screen to kill the closest zombie(s). If there are no zombies around, then nothing happens when you tap. You can zoom out or zoom in by pinching in for less detail and pinching out for more detail, respectively. Once your character dies, the game ends abruptly with an “Ouch” sound effect and an option to return back home (which resets everything).

If this sounds like something that might interest you, check out this game now!

As you can see, plenty of great idle games keep you busy. Pick one and get started today!

Unyime Anthony is a gaming enthusiast specializing in first-in-class gaming content, including PS4, Xbox, Nintendo, and Movies, to educate and inform readers.