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20 000 Cogs under the sea
By Airapport
 
Start your awesome underwater steampunk adventure. Build underwater factory, connect the cogwheels ⚙ for the most efficient work in the idle game 🎮 mode. Tap volcanoes 🌋 for oxygen, drill the seabed and mine ⛏ the ore. Employ octopuses 🐙 and whales 🐳, explore the world with mechanical crabs 🦀, fish 🐟 and submarines! Even the squirrels will help you, if you supply them with oxygen. Upgrade your incredible contraptions to become the ultimate sea tycoon.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Start your awesome underwater steampunk adventure. Build underwater factory, connect the cogwheels ⚙ for the most efficient work in the idle game 🎮 mode. Tap volcanoes 🌋 for oxygen, drill the seabed and mine ⛏ the ore. Employ octopuses 🐙 and whales 🐳, explore the world with mechanical crabs 🦀, fish 🐟 and submarines! Even the squirrels will help you, if you supply them with oxygen. Upgrade your incredible contraptions to become the ultimate sea tycoon. FEATURES Various mad science 🔬 contraptions, which can be connected in multiple fun ways You start in a small research station at the bottom of an ocean 🌊, but then you expand down, up, left and right Tutorial gives you the basic concepts, but to ultimately succeed you must be a real researcher and uncover hidden gameplay mechanics Engines will work while you are away, producing you idle cash 💰 Big community in facebook: share your creation to 7500 group members Contains only rewarded ads, which are launched by the player to increase earnings Works in offline mode without internet 📶 connection Receive your daily reward 💲 by catching a FB submarine HISTORY This is the fifth, Underwater, world of Steampunk Idle Spinner series. The first version of idle game with spinning cogwheels was made in June 2017 during a 3-days gamejam. As the concept proved to be interesting for the players, the development continued. The development of the game is screencast and then published as 1:60 timelapse video. Some development phases are broadcast to the players as live videos and often the players' suggestions are implemented online. The primary source of inspiration for the overall concept were the mechanisms of interconnected cogs, which the developer liked to assemble and disassemble in his school years. The current underwater setting was inspired by Joules Verne's "20 000 Leagues under the Sea", Disney's "Atlantis" dieselpunk cartoon and Brian Kesinger's "Walking Your Octopus" illustrations. Also the Underwater world w
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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