Monster Hunter Clicker is a simple clicker with action RPG overtones that may not bring anything new to the genre but still manages to offer an accessible and fun game experience.
The premise in Monster Hunter Clicker is very simple: you play an adventurer who has to face an endless number of creatures. The way you injure these creatures is by tapping them, and for each one you manage to kill you'll be compensated with coins you can invest in upgrading the features of your protagonist. Once you've killed enough creatures you can fight against a more powerful version that—if you manage to defeat it—will cause doors to open into new and ever more demanding levels.
As in any self-respecting clicker, Monster Hunter Clicker also has loot boxes you can buy with the special game currency. These boxes unlock new weapons and armor that add an extra bonus to your basic damage and that should be of great help against the most challenging bosses.
Though visually it's not too stunning, the simplicity of the gameplay and spot-on design of the bad guys makes Monster Hunter Clicker an interesting option if you want to play an incremental game.