The Moon is a planet in AdVenture Capitalist. It was the first alternate planet added to the game, the second being Mars. It costs $100 trillion to start the mission to the Moon.
Once the Moon is unlocked, the player may travel freely between it and the other planets as well as the events through the Mission control tab located in the AdVentures menu. It acts as a second “Earth”, with different investments, upgrades, managers, unlocks. These main mechanics found on Earth still work the same way while on the Moon.
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Main article: Businesses
There are a total of 10 businesses on Moon.
Moon Businesses Initial Cost Coefficient Initial Time Initial Revenue Initial Productivity Moon Shoes 5 1.05 2 1 0.5 Gravity Booth 105 1.21 7 21 3 Payday Clone 2,929 1.07 28 2,001 71.46 Moon Express 42,525 1.19 2 376 188 Oxygen Bar 493,025 1.09 45 98,820 2,196 Helium-3 Farm 18,753,525 1.15 180(3:00) 1,976,400 10,980 Cheese Mine 393,824,025 1.13 600(10:00) 32,940,000 54,900 Amusement Park 8,270,304,525 1.17 3000(50:00) 1,152,900,000 384,300 Werewolf Colony 173,676,395,025 1.11 14400(4:00:00) 11,067,840,000 768,600 Giant Laser 1 trillion 1.50 86400(24:00:00) 332,035,200,000 3,843,000
Moon has two categories of managers: normal and accountant.
Normal Managers Avatar Name Business Cost Buzz Cobbler Moon Shoe 750.00 Gracie Stone Gravity Booth 22,500.00 Dolly Pardon Payday Clone 150,000.00 Jean Luc Turanga Moon Delivery 1,850,000.00 Strange Lange Oxygen Bar 4,300,000.00 Hurdy Gurdy Helium-3 Farm 145,000,000.00 Nick Gromcraft Cheese Mine 33.333 billion Willy Dizzy Amusement Park 55 billion Mike Jameson Wolf Werewolf Colony 1.53 trillion Dr. Bad News Giant Laser 11.109 trillion Accountants Managers Avatar Name Business Cost Neil Hammstring Moon Shoe 10 duotrigintillion Dr. Houstan Pines Gravity Booth 10 duotrigintillion Dolly 1.1.1 Payday Clone 10 duotrigintillion Hubert Humerus Moon Delivery 10 duotrigintillion Moelone Oxygen Bar 10 duotrigintillion Zee McDonnery Helium-3 Farm 10 duotrigintillion Wally MacBrine Cheese Mine 10 duotrigintillion Mick E. Sixx Amusement Park 10 duotrigintillion Hero Wolfe Werewolf Colony 10 duotrigintillion Major A. Zerena Giant Laser 10 duotrigintillion
The Moon is renowned for being very slow paced, with many walls present throughout. It is usually played in small increments, then checked on later to see how much progress was made.
The Moon is dominated by Oxygen Bars quite early on, as the multipliers provided by its unlocks are quite stupendous. After hitting 720 Oxygen Bars, the profit made from this investment will not be surpassed by any others until the player reaches many Sextrigintillions of dollars.
Most of the time in the Moon is spent between 1440 and 2880 Oxygen Bars, composing at least 50% of the time spent playing. During most of this time period, Oxygen Bars will compose more than 99.9% of all profits, up until the point where the player is able to reach 600 Giant Lasers.
The Endgame is usually said to start at around the Quattuortrigintillions, where a massive wall to reach a 1 Quintrigintillion x9 All Profits upgrade is presented. This is followed by a 32 Quintrigintillion upgrade to purchase x3 Oxygen Bar Profit, then 600 Giant Lasers, and finally, the 1 Sextrigintillion x3 Laser Profit Upgrade.
The player should then get above 1 Sexdecillion AI, and purchase the x9 All Profits 500 quindecillion Angel upgrade. This will allow the player to reach the 100 Sextrigintillion x9 All Profits upgrade, followed by x3 to lasers and then to oxygen bars, and finally, the 500 Sextrigintillion x9 All Profits upgrade, which should give the player enough income to reach 2880 Oxygen Bars.
This point is known as the endgame even though there’s a 5720 Oxygen Bar unlock because the x666,666 profit multiplier for Oxygen Bars is so powerful that it propels the player through the rest of the moon in less than 2 days. Once 2880 Oxygen Bars is reached, the Moon is practically over, as the time it takes to finish the rest of it is so minuscule compared to the amount of time spent in every other area of the Moon, being a measly two days in comparison to what had most likely been months of playtime.
After this point, Amusement parks will quickly take over as the dominant investment, due to a continuous string of x888 multiplier unlocks, leaving it as the dominant investment when the Moon is completed.
There are multiple changes which can be observed while playing on the Moon.
Firstly, each Moon investment has different unlock intervals; Moon Shoes, the first business, has unlocks at 10, 20, 40, 80, 160, 320, 640, 1280, 2560, 5120, and finally, 10000. Oxygen Bars, the fifth business, has unlock rewards at 20, 50, 90, 180, 360, 720, 1440, 2880 and 5120. Each business has its own unique unlock pattern, though some appear to be quite similar to one another.
Secondly, each investment’s unlock rewards come with unique income multipliers. The most expensive investment, Giant Lasers, gain an incredible ×75 multiplier for each milestone, while Oxygen Bars gain a ×12 multiplier for the first three unlock tiers, but the proceeding unlocks grant multipliers of ×22, ×333, ×4,444 and so on, up to ×7,777,777 (which is ridiculous). Many businesses also have unbelievably high multipliers for later unlocks, such as Werewolves, which, at 3500, gain an astounding ×9,876,543,210 profit multiplier.
Thirdly, no business earns a profit speed bonus by its own unlock tiers. The only way to speed up a business is by earning the “Everything Unlocks”, which come at 1, 5, 25, 50, 75, and 100, and so on, increasing at varied intervals.
For Moon’s Swag see Swag (Moon)
Money on the Moon is counted in “Moon Dollars”, which are represented by an inward curved D with a horizontal line running through it ( ). Moon Dollars, like with all other planets, cannot be used on different planets, and are a currency unique to The Moon. Nothing on the Moon, except for the exchange of Mega Bucks, can affect any other planet.
Main article: Upgrades
There are three categories of upgrades on Moon:
- Cash Upgrades – bought with money,
- Angel Upgrades – bought by sacrificing Angel Investors, and
- Gold Upgrades – bought with Gold.
There are a total of 213 unlocks on Moon.
Main article: Unlocks (Moon)
1. Buzz Cobbler*Job Title: Shoe Fitter
- Skill: Cooks amazing soul food
2. Gracie Stone*Job Title: Space Survivalist
- Skill: Expertise in wibbly-wobbly stuff
3. Dolly Pardon*Job Title: Genetic Genius
- Skill: Always stays warm
4. Jean Luc Turanga*Job Title: Bold Captain
- Skill: Plays the flute
- Job Title:
6. Hurdy Gurdy*Job Title: Artificial Rancher
- Skill: Has an impressive octave range
- Job Title:
8. Willy Dizzy*Job Title: Gravity Lift Operator
- Skill: A magician with physics
9. Mike Jameson Wolf*Job Title: Lycanthropologist
- Skill: Is one with the moon
10. Dr. Bad News*Job Title: Zap Inspector
- Skill: Knows a lot about sharks
- The Moon is generally completed after Mars but before Earth, though usually falls behind both a little between the quinvigintillions and the duotrigintillions.
- The Moon was originally unbelievably difficult to complete, but the 2.0 update to Adventure Capitalist changed a lot about the Moon, including making it beatable.
- The 4.0 update added Gold unlocks to the Moon, which were unlocked along with specific “# of all” unlocks.
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