Have you ever wanted to experience the exciting experiences of a pony news writer but not want to commit to the pathetic existence it requires? Well look no further, from MarshmallowSupernova comes the brand new EQD simulator. Complete with waifus, fans, crippling alcoholism, and even a superior rival site named Horse News.
A clickable game that lasts only ten minutes (much like the horse fame), The EQD simulator is a clickable game where you must forever earn BronyBucks to hire new staff and gallons of caffeine, collect waifus and mayo, and even purchase power ups like whips to make you workers get more productive. The point to all of this? To get your one true waifu: Trixie.
Here's the selected FAQ for the game featured on the home page
Q: Can you win?A: Yes. You win when you marry Trixie. You need high quality though! Trixie won't marry you if your site is low quality.
Q: How many upgrades are there?A: Lots. Some unlock at various levels of hits, quality and infamy, others unlock at a number of buildings owned. Currently the highest number of buildings for an upgrade to unlock is 50
Q: What do the upgrades do?A: Some of the upgrades make the 'buildings' make far more users each time you buy more, so you might not notice them do anything immediately. Some of them make the users produce more hits. Some of them just tank the site quality :(
Q: The images on the notifications are brokenA: Yes, I can't find how to fix that as I am not a wizard, pretend it is meant to look like that
Q: This game is sort of horrible and unbalancedA: EQD Clicker is an uncannily lifelike simulator of the website Equestria Daily.
Q: Why are there no achievements?A: Maybe there are but you need to play more to find them (there aren't)
Q: I don't get itA: EQD Clicker is an uncannily lifelike simulator of the website Equestria Daily.
So what are you waiting for? Go out there and run your very own pony news site in to the ground!
See this? You'd get the same effect to your self respect if you played this game. Or started your own pony news site. Ironically, Horse News is now accepting applications.