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Do you hate your job? So do we. Team up with the gang and take down the man in Office Space: Idle Profits!<br><br>You are a disgruntled employee at Initech and layoffs are imminent. You need a plan to get back at the company, big time. Team up with Peter, Samir, and Michael to install a virus in the company's mainframe that will siphon undetectable pennies out of each department and place it in your own retirement account. It’s basically the plot to Superman 3.<br><br>If you’re successful, you and your friends will be rich, and when Lumbergh discover that the money is missing, he’ll look like a fool. But first, you’ll have to start at the basement...<br>Game Features:<br><br>Collect Characters!<br>Collect all your favorite characters from the movie and more. Level them up for big bonuses!<br><br>Stress Relief!<br>Tap furiously to relieve stress and unlock your favorite scenes from the movie<br><br>Office Parties!<br>Compete in regularly scheduled events to win rare items!<br><br>Endless Gameplay!<br>Hundreds of upgrades and achievements to unlock as you rip off Initech!<br><br>Please Note: Office Space: Idle Profits is a free-to-play game, but some extra game items can be purchased for real money. You can disable in-app purchases in your device's settings.
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Well this game has all the upside of a idle clicker. They have regular events every week. Many new and vast varieties of characters. Now for the cons. App runs just awful. It is either very slow. Or it will sometimes freeze/crash during ads. Very rarely does it crash. If you’re having issues with the app crashing. Then you need to update your iPhone and not blame the game. Events are basically pay to win. They give you free gems in many ways. But the gems for daily to do list is little to none. After you do most of the achievements your gem income drops off dramatically. You can also get free gems via the offers screen. Download/sign up/fill out surveys to get free gems. The downside to that is some of the deals are very tedious to complete. They need to add new achievements and they should revamp the To do list with a higher gem rewards. Other than that it’s perfect.
Great premise, fun game . . . when it works. Since you make most of your real money by getting us to watch ads in the game, I'm a bit surprised that trying to watch an ad crashes the app at least half the time, 80% of the time when trying the event loot box "watch an ad, get cool stuff" feature. I mean, I understand that this app has to run on so many different platform. . . Oh, wait, it's a iOS app, so you know exactly what you're dealing with, making the lack of stability all the more frustrating. 5 stars if it was stable. The coup de grace is that the "App help" link above tries to take you to a site that doesn't exist or already won't load, so instead of support you get the chance to set up your own support site. Awesome.
It used to occasionally crash when watching an ad. Then they updated the app, and it crashed more frequently during ads. Then they updated again, same thing. This version is so bad it's almost unplayable; not only do the ads crash far more often than not, now they've introduced crashing when you're *not* watching an ad. . . I've cut down my playtime, and almost completely stopped watching the ads, despite the bonuses, because I have better things to do than watch this game's loading screen. To add insult to injury, they've now added a 'take a break, watch this ad, get 10 jewels'...uh..."feature," which is unskippable. So now, you're almost guaranteed a crash even if you're not watching ads, because they're forcing you to watch an ad. It's too bad, because this game is actually really fun; it needs better explanations of the rules, but it's one of the very rare games that I was considering getting an in-app purchase from. Not now, though. Not until they fix it.
This game should be called “Arsonist”. The only way to advance after you expand the first time is to keep burning over and over again. Even with constant burning, you’re held back by the huge cost of the colored plans needed to build the buildings. Assign all your best workers to “bricks” and “wrenches” and just wait. (Bricks because you’ll need a huge amount of them, and wrenches because they take longer than other materials to build up.) You need all the materials working all the time, it’s just these 2 are the most critical. I avoided expanding the first time for as long as I could. I’m sure glad I did. After you expand, the game completely changes its feel. It’s a lot harder, and like I said, all you do is burn, burn, burn, and also make colored plans.
I downloaded the game because i am a die hard Mike Judge Fan since i was a young punk watching Headbangers Ball and Beavis and Butthead. Ah, the good ol' days when MTV was about music. So, i didnt even look at what type of game it was. When i went to play it a quickly realized it was in the category of the thousands of other tap and upgrade mindless counter games that are out there. Fortunately, it has a little more variety to it than just tap and upgrade. Been playing for a few hours now and it is a good time waster. Still have not figured out how to level up the characters you can assign to the levels yet though, really bothering me. Good game though especially if you are an Office Space fan. Thanks Awakened One
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Office Space: Idle Profits is ranking in Games & Role Playing & Simulation
Last update was at Dec 05, 2018and the current version is 1.052.
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Office Space: Idle Profits have a 885a user reviews.
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