In 2013, French programmer Julien "Orteil" Thiennot created the incremental game named Cookie Clicker. Firstly, the player clicks on the big cookie that appears on the screen to earn one more cookie. They can then use the cookies they have obtained to purchase tools like "cursors" and other "buildings" that create cookies on their own. The user can earn cookies in a number of ways thanks to upgrades that improve the effectiveness of clicks, structures, and other additional aspects. There are countless things to accomplish, and players can attempt to reach specific cookie milestones even if the game has no finish.
Even though Cookie Clicker is a simple game, it draws people in with its beautiful graphics and cute cookie-shaped character.
Your game progress will not be lost if you quit the game.
You can get cookies by clicking on them (hence the name). With the cookies you've already acquired, you can purchase equipment to make collecting cookies easier.
Per click, more cookies are created.
Cookie manufacture is automated (clickless cookies).
Enhance cookie production by utilizing clickable and click-free methods.
By using the prestige system and unlocking achievements, you can entertain yourself.