Post if you have a minigame idea for a building without a minigame.
Each minigame gets a boost when the building is leveled up (with sugar) and when more buildings are purchased. 1 sugar is required to
unlock the minigame.
Able to click golden cookies. You can set how many cursors are "patrolling", maximum 1 for every ten cursors. They are very slow, so it's possible they could not reach the golden cookie in time. Upgrading increases their speed.
Unlocks specific cookie upgrades. With this minigame, your grandma's must "bake cookies". Baking cookies takes 4 hours, and has a chance to unlock new cookie upgrades (plain cookies, sugar cookies, double-chocolate cookies, etc.) If this fails, the result is the same
as Conjure Baked Goods, and they will be idle until you tell them to "bake cookies" again. Upgrading unlocks more available cookie upgrades and therefore increases the chance that they will unlock cookies. # of Grandmas decreases baking time by a percentage.
Original Idea from Faeitty.
Grow your cookies. When you unlock this minigame, you unlock an "upgrade" called "Cookie Seeds". You must buy the seeds, plant them, put fertilizer dough on them, and harvest them. (You can unlock special kinds of seeds, land, fertilizer, as you upgrade minigame.) You gain more farm slots the more farms you have.
These organic cookies are fit for vegans, and are worth more. Perhaps this could be a secondary currency? I feel like "organic" cookies could be an ingredient in wizard spells or temple sacrifices.
Parts of Idea from Faeitty.
Mine rocky chocolate, the perfect ingredient for the giant cookies. Mine precious stones used for temple worship?
Sorry, Dungeons. I don't like you here.
Assemble the giant cookie. Not sure what the giant cookie doe.
Invest your cookies. Similar to wrinklers, except you're investing cookies, not CpS. Upgrading increases interest rates, more banks increase holding amount.
Spirits (current), and sacrifices.
There is always a "featured spirit". The featured spirit cycles randomly, no knowing how long it could last.
This spirit will receive an extra bonus if it receives a cookie sacrifice. These cookies could be organic cookies, or a percentage of total cookies.
Add extra slots (perhaps require certain stones found in mines) according to how many temples are owned.
Rework Worship Swaps: There is unlimited swaps, but spirits don't like to be taken down and will exact a penalty when they are removed from worship. You may sacrifice organic cookies to appease the spirit. Upgrading decreases these penalties, or perhaps lowers the cost of organic cookies.
They need new, unlockable spells. What if more advanced spells appeared once you had enough manna to actually buy them? Perhaps more wiz towers can hold more manna. Upgrading the building (sugar) can make the incantations longer and therefore more efficient as spells use less manna or summon more cookies.
Besides Cookies, we're also able to smuggle some Peanut Sprinkles into our shipments, an ingredient for the Giant Cookie.
Extensive research has shown that we are able to convert normal cookie dough into Silky Dough, an ingredient for the Giant Cookie.
Unsure, but this seems the best place for a dungeons-like minigame. Possible enemies include wrinkler spaceships, muffin aliens, etc.
Brings back golden cookies from the past.
The first 3 golden cookies that were clicked yesterday are brought back by the time machines. Anytime today, you can use the golden cookies. However, these cookies have been "timed out" and are less effective than the original. Not sure how this works. Maybe less boost, for less time?
One more slot for every 10 time machines, upgrading decreases the effect of being "timed out".
Note: Timed Out Cookies cannot be used tomorrow.
Compact Sugar Lumps into extremely fine Silky Sugar, the final ingredient for the giant cookie.
Converting light into cookies has shown to produce an efficient power source called the chipvolt. Needed to power the giant cookie factory.
Provide more luck to other chances in the game. Golden cookies appear more often, spells are less likely to backfire, grandmas will bake new cookies, etc.
Not sure what upgrading does. More chancemakers increase luck percentages.
I'm not sure what the giant cookie is. Perhaps it's something you feed to your dragon so that it becomes an embodiment of heavenly chips. I'm really not sure what happens.
The giant cookie was kind of a minigame for buildings without a minigame. Should probably be scrapped.
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