AdVenture Capitalist or AdCap has been out for awhile and has become a smash hit, one of Kongregate’s most popular iOS and Android games. Awhile back, they added Mega Bucks to the game. They said it was a way for players to rank themselves against each other, but now they have actually added something that you can spend them on. Mega Boosters, or Golden Investments, are a huge new part of the game. Read on for some tips on how to get more Mega Bucks and Mega Tickets in AdVenture Capitalist!
Mega Bucks, as with before, are had by spending a good chunk of change for them, whether you are on the moon, earth, or even Mars. Go to the new AdVentures menu (formerly Launch) and you will see three tabs. Go to Currency Exchange and you can start purchasing Mega Bucks using either your earth cash or your moon credits.
Now, you have two things to spend Mega Bucks on. If you want to spend 10 of them, you will get a Mega Boost ticket, which you can then spend on any investment you want, on either planet/satellite. If you want to spend 90 Mega Bucks instead, you will get 10 Mega Boost Tickets (making this a hugely discounted price when you think about it).
Tap on the Mega Boost Ticket icon when you buy at least one of them, and then choose any one investment of your choice, either from earth or from the moon. That investment will turn gold and the income will increase by 777% for as long as you have the game around. It doesn’t matter what you do to the game after this – as long as you don’t delete it, the mega investments will ALWAYS be there.
Generally, at the moment it seems best to spend it in the moon base. The earth base will always be changing back and forth between what’s the most lucrative investment, what’s middle of the road, and what’s the least lucrative investment. On the moon, three investments are fairly steady, and they are the helium-3 bar and the cheese farm. After level 100, the Giant Laser also joins this list as one of the most lucrative.
Or, you can continue to save your Mega Bucks. There is currently a “coming soon” placeholder in the AdVentures launch subtab advertising a future mission to Mars. No doubt that one will be harder than the Earth venture, and possibly even harder than the moon mission.
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