Universal Paperclips is a Delightful Clicker Game & Spaceplan Got Big

There’s this tiny genre of games where you make things that make things, usually by clicking a bunch at first. Sometimes, there is a plot. Universal Paperclips by Frank Lantz and Bennett Foddy is that kind of game. It runs in your browser, and you construct paperclips by clicking on a button to make a paperclip. Things get complicated after that. Enjoy it.

The last game I covered in this genre, Spaceplan, was apparently just a prototype and the developer behind it put out the full game on iOS, Android, and Steam for Windows and macOS.

Author: Jack Slater

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