In this task he is aided by Opti, his best friend and roommate.
Cookie Clicker (2013)
Probably what we're most well-known for.
The archetypal idle game where you click cookies and deal with deranged grandmothers.
Has been described as dangerously addictive.
Cookie Clicker classic (2013)
The simple, original version where it all started.
Click on a big cookie for hours of mindless fun!
(We won't judge, promise.)
Neverending Legacy (2017)
Half-idle game, half-strategy game; lead your people from a tribe of starving cavemen to a thriving civilization!
A strange universe-expanding game that's been described as "whoah dude".
Possibly Orteil's favorite thing he's ever made.
Explore procedural galaxies, land on unknown planets, read the thoughts of every living thing, rummage through people's pockets, and more!
A peaceful game about combining elements. You start with earth, water, fire and air, and end up with rainbows and butterflies and such.
A bit bad, a bit unfinished.
Requires Flash. Hosted on Newgrounds.com.
Create and share random generators using a simple syntax.
The possibilities are limitless!
Idle Game Maker (2017)
A site where you can make your own idle games just by writing a text file.
Comes with copious documentation.
May be used to create other kinds of games if you're creative.
Video Game Generator (2012)
Generates a random idea for a game, for devs struggling with writer's block.
Untick the "Sanity" box to get much less predictable results.
Turtle Toy (2011)
A simple implementation of L-systems.
Generate and create wacky fractal doohickeys.
A simple implementation of Conway's Game of Life, featuring custom rules and random rule generation.
Neverending Legacy (old) (2015)
An older prototype for Neverending Legacy. Broken and filled with interesting bugs, such as infinite skeletons.
Idle Game Maker (old) (2013)
An old, buggy prototype of Idle Game Maker that was never officially released.
Some people still managed to make really neat things with it.
An old experiment for a Facebook game where you handle mail delivery in a little town; ended up drifting towards a full-blown city-building toy.
You can be anything!
As long as its experience can be reduced to one line of text and a couple buttons.
The result of turning a dream I had into a little adventure.
Features rabbits, fishing, and strange museums.
Dungeon Generator (2013)
Originally made for a minigame in Cookie Clicker, this is now just a neat if very basic dungeon generator.
An experiment in generating procedural audio.
You get a new little tune everytime you refresh the page.