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"I don't know what I'm doing: The Game" It's slow, very slow. But it's a functional idle game? Three stars because no forced ads. Edit: Two months later, still feel a little lost but my appreciation has gone up quite a lot. Hit quite a few automation breakpoints and it's more enjoyable and has become one of my go-to idlers to check in the morning and on breaks.
13 people found this review helpful
As a fan of idle games this is particularly... Bland. It's not actively bad, but there's very little depth and prestige, progress is slow by idle standards, and there's not much offered to keep bringing you back. It uses a lot of technical jargon with no explanation, and overall requires far more player interaction than one would expect. Automation is slim, and I found the game to be a chore to knock out once a day after some time.
24 people found this review helpful
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.
71 people found this review helpful