Perceptron - An Idle Game

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About this game

Perceptron is a new incremental game which is based around the idea of building and training a neural network. The concepts behind a neural network have been distilled to their essence in this idle simulation.

Not to say the game is simple. Sure, it starts simple with only nodes, training, and data, but soon balloons into a complex idle game with prestige and upgrades. Not to mention offline support.

Take on the role of a young undergraduate student as you become quite the idle tycoon. Soon you'll be rivaling even GPT-3.

Perceptron is not just another idle clicker. It was designed around the idea of training a neural network and has taken inspiration from many neural network topics. Who knows, you might even end up learning something.
Updated on
Oct 25, 2022

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Location, Personal info and 2 others
Data is encrypted in transit
Data can’t be deleted
2.29K reviews
Demimonde Mesila Thraam
February 23, 2023
This is a fascinating program but also really confusing. Maybe if I was a programmer, it would make more sense. EDIT: Played for a year now and am starting to grok how it works, even if I don't know exactly what computer processes it's simulating, I have gotten a feel for the simulation and progressed. This game is VERY undependent onreal money. One 4.99 purchase removes all ads, that's all the purchases there are, you don't even need to do that if the ads don't bother you.
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Colby Wright
November 6, 2022
Ya know.. I've been playing this for about 6 months and as slow as it was to progress I've learned to appreciate this game. It's not exactly simple. But it's. Not impossible. You can spend all day on it, or 1 minute a day and still progress. Its well thought out and, considering it's simple graphics, leaves me wondering what will come next. I highly recommend anyone who likes idle games but doesn't like the daily routine that comes with most of them to try this one out.
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Thomas Hill
September 11, 2021
First the good: It's got potential. The "prestige" actually feels like an upgrade rather than an annoying requirement. Slowness could be a good thing. I like the simplicity. Second the bad: if I don't force stop it every time I close then it eats my battery really fast. I know real networks are hungry, but you should adjust because it's a game. Also, in real life larger networks aren't always better. Suggestions: Regularization. Different kinds of nodes and activation functions.
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What's new

- Fixed bottom navbar colour
- Improved opening URL logic
- Upgraded dependencies
- Minor UI tweaks and performance improvements