As free idle clicker game for Android, Inconnu lets you capture, feed and breed various insects and other macroinvertebrates known as Bioindicators. You have to take care of these bugs since they behave in real-time simulation i.e. the qualities (growth, hunger, health, etc) are determined per unit time in the real world!

This mobile game is completely free and user-friendly, thus perfect for anyone, even kids!


You are a junior zoologist hired by the International Conservation Numbering Agency, commonly known as INCONNU, as a bioindicator researcher, tasked with finding specimens so they can be indexed and studied for research purposes like the cure for diseases, etc.


  • 20+ Bioindicator species to collect
  • Predator and prey system
  • Realistic growth system
  • Randomly-generated objectives with increasing difficulty
  • Real time background simulation
  • Day-Night Cycle


  • 12/05/2018
    • Added a Tutorial
  • 4/12/2019
    • Exported for HTML5
  • 4/22/2019
    • Added "Ecosystem Dynamics" or Population-based spawning.
    • Updated the Specimens Table, Titlescreen, Settings & Tutorial
  • 4/28/2019
    • Added Animal Descriptions
    • Added New Location ("The Factory")
    • Added Tweeks to Some Bioindicators
  • 4/29/2019
    • Added 2 Bioindicators ("Water Scorpion" & "Toad Bug")
    • Added the Smartphone
  • 12/5/2019
    • Ported project to Godot 3.2 Beta 2, should be stable now.
  • 09/23/2020
    • Ported project to Godot 3.2.2 Stable, should be stable now.
    • Bug fixes
    • Uploaded to Google Play.

This game is a Thesis Project from the Cavite State University - Silang Campus.

StatusIn development
PlatformsAndroid, HTML5
Rated 2.3 out of 5 stars
(4 total ratings)
AuthorKenomic Games
Made withGodot
Tags2D, Animals, Clicker, Godot, Idle, insects, mobile, nature, pets, Singleplayer
Average sessionA few minutes
InputsMouse, Touchscreen
AccessibilityInteractive tutorial


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Click download now to get access to the following files:

Inconnu_v1-0-23b-optimized.apk 39 MB
ThesisDocument_Chapter1_Sumary_Introduction.pdf 576 kB
ThesisDocument_Chapter5_Conclusion.pdf 118 kB

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