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Exponential Idle

Exponential Idle

Conic Games

Incremental/Idle/Clicker game that uses the power of exponential growth

4.8 Ratings 17K+ Reviews 100K+ Downloads

Ratings & Reviews

4.8
16.5K+ Ratings
  1. 5
    87+%
  2. 4
    9+%
  3. 3
    2+%
  4. 2
    1+%
  5. 1
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  • Don’t let the complexity scare you away Apr 6, 2021

    By Jda098753
    I really enjoyed this game. You can enjoy it on a couple different (intellectual) levels. First, it’s just a very fun idle game that is quite well balanced. Upgrades come and take a bit of time and then the things that become bothersome to manage become automatic. Second, it’s a game about math. For most of the equations you don’t need to understand them to progress. At the very end of the game there are some that you will need to understand, but that’s a very small part of the game and some web searching or a helpful soul on discord will get you sorted out. I’m an electrical engineer and thought the equations were well thought out and straightforward, although there was one that still confuses me to this day, but that wasn’t one I needed to know. There is no pay wall, just watch and ad to get a few hours of boosted progress. Or pay a small one time transaction to always be boosted. Also, it has an end. I personally like that because I don’t feel like I’m playing just to play and finally delete it one day when I’m tired of the same old routine. It’ll take you several weeks to get to the end, maybe longer. I highly recommend it if you like idle games and/or like math.
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  • Mar 20, 2021

    By Ishaan Bhardwaj
    This game is so good. I normally really hate incremental / idle games, but the focus on math here really drives this game up. Be warned though, it is very slow during the mid-game. Honestly, the game could end after the Second Infinity (transition into mid-game) and it would be a good game, but those who have the patience for mid-game and later, go for it.
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  • I bet it’s a great game Feb 27, 2021

    By Polar Projection
    I don’t really understand it. I’m taking calculus 2 and I still trying to wrap my head around the various methods of integration and series/sums of convergence and divergence. Im not doing well in the class tbh. I just keep pressing random variables. Is the goal to have the function runaway exponentially? Like x^x? Or something reaching infinity near a vertical asymptote? It keeps leveling out in rocket fashion like a square root function. That’s annoying lol but I still like to see the graph change as I press variables. Too many variables though. I don’t even see all of them, but maybe it’s just because I don’t understand. Or maybe I have to figure out what those variables do? Even though they’re not explicitly written in the function? People are saying it’s a fun game nonetheless
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  • Mar 17, 2021

    By The Mighty Swash
    A true idle game. Ads are 100% optional in addition to having the option to pay a very reasonable amount to remove the ads entirely and gain the boost they provide permanently. Full automation is unlocked as you progress further so you don't feel like you're missing out on major progress if you can't check in every couple of hours. Honestly, this is the pinnacle of player-friendly design.
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  • The best idle game I’ve ever played Mar 15, 2021

    By bbuerk
    This game is the most mechanically deep idle game I’ve ever played. Custom automation gets rid of the most monotonous parts of this genre while challenging you to think mathematically. Multiple levels of prestige and the unique mini games help keep the game interesting. The pacing is almost perfect. Progress normally happens fairly quickly and, when it doesn’t, using a good automation expressions lets you sit back and wait for the speed to catch up again. I have no complaints outside of occasional lag on the mini games, which can be annoying if you’re trying to beat your top time.
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  • Don’t let the complexity scare you away Apr 6, 2021

    By Jda098753
    I really enjoyed this game. You can enjoy it on a couple different (intellectual) levels. First, it’s just a very fun idle game that is quite well balanced. Upgrades come and take a bit of time and then the things that become bothersome to manage become automatic. Second, it’s a game about math. For most of the equations you don’t need to understand them to progress. At the very end of the game there are some that you will need to understand, but that’s a very small part of the game and some web searching or a helpful soul on discord will get you sorted out. I’m an electrical engineer and thought the equations were well thought out and straightforward, although there was one that still confuses me to this day, but that wasn’t one I needed to know. There is no pay wall, just watch and ad to get a few hours of boosted progress. Or pay a small one time transaction to always be boosted. Also, it has an end. I personally like that because I don’t feel like I’m playing just to play and finally delete it one day when I’m tired of the same old routine. It’ll take you several weeks to get to the end, maybe longer. I highly recommend it if you like idle games and/or like math.
    more
  • Mar 20, 2021

    By Ishaan Bhardwaj
    This game is so good. I normally really hate incremental / idle games, but the focus on math here really drives this game up. Be warned though, it is very slow during the mid-game. Honestly, the game could end after the Second Infinity (transition into mid-game) and it would be a good game, but those who have the patience for mid-game and later, go for it.
    more
  • I bet it’s a great game Feb 27, 2021

    By Polar Projection
    I don’t really understand it. I’m taking calculus 2 and I still trying to wrap my head around the various methods of integration and series/sums of convergence and divergence. Im not doing well in the class tbh. I just keep pressing random variables. Is the goal to have the function runaway exponentially? Like x^x? Or something reaching infinity near a vertical asymptote? It keeps leveling out in rocket fashion like a square root function. That’s annoying lol but I still like to see the graph change as I press variables. Too many variables though. I don’t even see all of them, but maybe it’s just because I don’t understand. Or maybe I have to figure out what those variables do? Even though they’re not explicitly written in the function? People are saying it’s a fun game nonetheless
    more
  • Mar 17, 2021

    By The Mighty Swash
    A true idle game. Ads are 100% optional in addition to having the option to pay a very reasonable amount to remove the ads entirely and gain the boost they provide permanently. Full automation is unlocked as you progress further so you don't feel like you're missing out on major progress if you can't check in every couple of hours. Honestly, this is the pinnacle of player-friendly design.
    more
  • The best idle game I’ve ever played Mar 15, 2021

    By bbuerk
    This game is the most mechanically deep idle game I’ve ever played. Custom automation gets rid of the most monotonous parts of this genre while challenging you to think mathematically. Multiple levels of prestige and the unique mini games help keep the game interesting. The pacing is almost perfect. Progress normally happens fairly quickly and, when it doesn’t, using a good automation expressions lets you sit back and wait for the speed to catch up again. I have no complaints outside of occasional lag on the mini games, which can be annoying if you’re trying to beat your top time.
    more
  • Great game, with some performance issues Apr 8, 2021

    By Ckin224
    The game is really fun and the mechanical complexity is well thought out for an idle game. The various prestige systems have been interesting to discover and experiment with. My largest complaint is that performance can be a bit spotty at times. Turning my graph quality to low seems to have helped, but even letting the game sit without doing anything sees dropped frames. Using the accelerator button, playing the mini games and immediately after prestiging the performance issues seem to worsen. Overall though the game is still playable and this is more an inconvenience than anything else.
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  • Mar 31, 2021

    By Momo Neki
    I really like the game as someone who also enjoys math. It's been a few years since I've taken calculus, but it's cool to have a game that is a huge mood of my first years in college. I just wish the buying options had a x5, rather than suddenly jumping to x10. I find that the prices at x10 are sometimes too high, but just enough for a x5 purchase. I end up clicking through back to x1 a lot. But other than that, it's really fun!
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  • Mar 28, 2021

    By D W
    Revision: Really fun app if you like math to which I keep returning. You feel a sense of growth due to the automation abilities unlocked later which speeds up your progress a lot! Would recommend. I think it may have made more sense if costs were not divisional (the $ unit makes no sense now). But this does not impact the player experience much.
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  • Great game but.... Jan 15, 2021

    By yoyohansolottv
    This game is great but it keeps crashing and idk why, i had played it for a while but all of a sudden it just started crashing anytime i went to open it, i have tried deleting and reinstalling, however that does not work.
  • Mar 31, 2021

    By Pixel Tree
    addicting once you really get into it. Game has a surprising amount of depth for a idle type of game, good if you like idle games or if you just want something to keep your brain occupied every once in a while

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