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Adventure Capitalist Start-up Guide

Updated on April 28, 2015

Adventure Capitalist

AdVenture Capitalist is a game accessible on most gaming websites on the Internet, it is also free on Steam. AdVenture Capitalist is a classic Idle Game, that begins with clicking and will advance in to periodically checking to see for your money available for upgrades. The aim of AdVenture Capitalist is simple, to try to get as much money as possible, but as per most games these days, this is not as easy as it sounds.

The game itself starts off very simply, you must purchase a Lemonade Stand, which will give you money, which can be spent on upgrading the Lemonade Stand to give more money per Lemonade, or kept to save up for other upgrades, there are managers available, who will automatically create the product for you, to save you periodically clicking every time it finishes. The more of each business you own, the higher profit you will receive per one, the more expensive they will cost to buy, and the more bonuses will be available. The bonuses become available at 25, 50, 100, 200, 300 and 400 of each building, and at these quantities, either their profit, or creation time will decrease or increase depending on whatever it is.

The types of businesses available in AdVenture Capitalist are as follows:

Lemonade Stand

Newspaper Delivery

Car Wash

Pizza Delivery

Donut Shop

Shrimp Boat

Hockey Team

Movie Studio


Oil Company

The more you progress through, the more money you will be making, and the more upgrades you can buy for your businesses, upgrades start at being 2x the profit for the business in choice, and then upgrade to lesser creation times, and more profits.

Further steps..

So, you've been playing for a while, and have a good range of money and income, and (hopefully) 100+ of everything, and 50+ Oil Companies.

Now you may feel the game start to become slow and a bit boring, but this is where it starts to get more fun than it previously was, as you should at this point have a good amount of Angel Investors.

On the Investors Tab, you should see Angels Gained on Reset: this is an indicator of how many Angels you will gain when you reset, Angels are basically a bonus on to everything in the game, and each Angel is worth 2% profit, so it's best to reset when you have 50+ for the first time, as the only way to bring the Angels into the game is to reset, which means starting back at the beginning with your Lemonade Stand again, but this time the progress will be much faster. This allows the game to be sped up again, and this is where it's best to start trying to get more and more Angels before resetting, so you can achieve the higher money amounts, and work on the harder upgrades and achievements for the game.

In summing up, this article is rather short, but the game has a rather simple objective to it, that doesn't particularly require many words, and that is: Make lots of money, reset and collect investors, make lots of money faster and that's it.

As boring as it sounds, AdVenture Capitalist is a highly addictive game, and most people will more than likely be addicted to it after a simple 5 minute play through, like I was


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