What if the time-consuming miracle of Cookie Clicker has a module?Before Cookie Clicker developer Orteil added mod support to their fantastic online game through the Steam workshop, this must be a question no one has asked. yesterday.
But it’s one thing now. There is now official module support for Cookie Clicker. “This should be the last “technical” update focused on specific features of Steam,” Orteil said. “Future updates will revolve around new content and new game features.”
Orteil’s example module adds Pilk to the game if you don’t know it is a mixture of Pepsi and milk. Other mods, such as Horticookie, make some small games less boring by letting you understand the process of gardening. Others have added entire mini-games themselves, such as a game that lets you play blackjack to get cookies.
I believe there will be new modules, for example, I don’t know, ultra-wide monitors or whatever. But in fact, it may only become very strange from now on. I can only imagine what people would do with Cookie Clicker mods. This is already a game to discover how long you can get the name of the Steam achievement.
Many people think that Cookie Clicker is the originator of the Idle type, and the game combines many of its principles into one package. Earlier this year, it released a premium version on Steam for $5, which almost immediately received overwhelming praise.