Okay, here's one I ran into while having a poke around the internet the other day.
The basic idea is like Night commander as an incremental game, or kittens game without the kittens, rock hard difficulty and problematic interface.
Like space company, there are several different tabs buildings, jobs, crafting military (latest version of NvdA with the tab fix is helpful here). Under the tabs to switch are amounts of resources with timers to percentage full etc, then under that are the units to buy.
The mildly inconvenient bit is to get unit descriptions and costs you need to mouseover the unit names, so with NvdA hit NvdA a numbpad slash to move the mouse to the unit your on.
However the good part is then the mouseover text appears just under the unit, so you don't need to wander the hole screen to find the info and comparing different unit prices etc isn't too hard. Another nice thing is that when you mouseover on a unit you get the current amounts of resources repeated, EG it might say "fountain, wood 132 - /00, stone - 120 / 120, with the affects of the unit listed at the end.
It gets very frequent updates, and there are lots of things to build and research, plus resources which affect each other's production, which is always interesting, EG you can't just magically smelt iron from no where, you need minerals. Plus, it has a crafting aspect with the need to build things like blocks and planks out of basic resources, rather than say waiting until you have enough wood to build that barn.
there is even something of a mild military aspect, where you can build weaponry, equip soldiers send them out on expeditions to capture land and resources.
the only downer for me, is that the text descriptions of the units are purely utilitarian, and only tell you what they do in terms of production, not so much what they are, which makes unlocking new stuf not as interesting as it might be, especially when compared to something like space company or indeed Kittens game, still for people enjoy the building this might be a good one.
The game is entirely free, though you can donate if you wish. Oh, and it'd be very cool if connor could update [this very awesome incremental games list which he made with this one, kittens game and maybe trimps too.
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