Make More Review (Teclast X98 Plus II): Funky Clicker, Also a Bit Sick (Video)

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  • 19 Jan 2017
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  • If you’re the kind of gamer who suffers from OCD, you may end up loving games such as clickers, or better said tappers in the case of touchscreen games. Such a title is Make More, which we played on the Teclast X98 Plus II tablet. It’s a free game in the Play Store and it’s quite fun to play, in spite of the creepy setting.

    I say “creepy”, because we are running a sweat shop after all, which is not exactly legit. At least we don’t employ minors… or do we? There’s no clear purpose here, aside from getting more and more currency and have a factory boss yell at you to MAKE MORE. Production changes items every once in a while from tires to skulls, candy and other things. All you do is tap, tap, tap to produce more items on various production lines.

    You can unlock new types of employees, like a clown, superhero attire dude and more. There’s coins and dollars as the currencies, plus you can open up one more factory if you get enough cash. There are also powerups that enhance production exponentially, usually available if you watch ads. The game is generous with gifts, so at least there’s that.

    It’s an addictive title, with a strange premise, but if you get past that you’re have fun. Also, the pixelated graphics are pretty old school, in the best ways possible. We give it a 7.2 out of 10.

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