My one suggestion is remove energy, because it's pointless. But gamers are very quick to judge. So despite the fact that I've yet to run out doing the campaign a lot of people quickly down vote it or not play it simply because they see an energy bar. Yes that's very dumb of them, but it is what it is.
The fact that you can't progress without clicking a ton kind of makes it not an idle. You need a crap ton of money to get new cars, and the only way to make money is buying sponsors, which requires like 2 hours of clicking....
I really wish I could move the priority of my buildings up or down. tools and cars would be on top and farmers right under neath if I could, since if those two closed down from a famine the famine would only get worse.
The formation bonuses really mess with me. Like I want lumberjack on the back, since he gives his neighbors a boost. So that's, maximize the boost. But then Arjax gives a boost to the people in front, but then I have the Bulwark guy who gives a boost to the people behind him... but I also want the witch doctor on the third row to get as many people as possible. So before I know it I have nothing but boosters and no actual damage XD
Okay time for another episode of "Stating the obvious" it was player appreciation week,which meant we got double EXP, and a couple other nice bonuses. Granted it lasted for a like a month.Anyway, player appreciation week is over so it reverted back to normal.
Okay guys, yes the energy sucks, but unfortunately the entire balance is built around it. If they took away energy they'd probably just make it 30X grindier and so that you get a lot less exp from fights.
Unemployment is at a record high at over 90% as union fees for hireing new workers equals a thousand times more than they'll produce in a year, the unemployed are now in a non stop orgy. Those working are considering revolting in the face of being responsible for less than .001% of the GDP compared to the soldiers who loot and murder across the world. Cost of living is at an all time high with a small 3 room apartment costing more goods than has been produced in all of human history. More news at 10.