Earth is the starting location of AdVenture Capitalist. The game starts with a tutorial, and after its completion, the player can invest in businesses.
There are a total of 10 businesses on Earth:
|Business||Initial Cost ($)||Coefficient||Initial Time||Initial Revenue||Cash/
Managers are upgrades that enhance business productivity. Earth is the only planet to have all three categories of managers: normal, accountant, and discount.
|Normal Managers: run businesses automatically|
|Cabe Johnson||Lemonade Stand||1,000|
|Perry Black||Newspaper Delivery||15,000|
|W.W. Heisenbird||Car Wash||100,000|
|Mama Sean||Pizza Delivery||500,000|
|Jim Thorton||Donut Shop||1,200,000|
|Forest Trump||Shrimp Boat||10 million|
|Dawn Cheri||Hockey Team||111,111,111|
|Stefani Speilburger||Movie Studio||555,555,555|
|The Dark Lord||Bank||10 billion|
|Derrick Plainview||Oil Company||100 billion|
- For Earth's Swag see Swag (Earth)
Unlocks are very similar between investments. Traditionally each unlock is equally spaced from the next, with some variation. At the start of Earth, for all investments except Newspapers, unlocks will double the speed of the investment for the first 6 unlocks. The 7th unlock and onward will instead multiply the investment in terms of profits instead of its speed. The amount which it is multiplied by usually depends on if an unlock happens to land on a significant number of that investment, such as 1000, 5000, etc.
Newspapers have more complicated unlock patterns. The first 3 unlocks double its speed, but the proceeding unlocks create a pattern of multiplying the profits of other investments instead of itself. To make up for this, unlocks are placed at 25 Newspapers each until 1,250 Newspapers, where it becomes 50, and 2,000 Newspapers, where it becomes 100.
Sometimes, unlocks can have a massive profit boost, for example, when you reach 1,000 Newspaper Deliveries, its profit multiplies by a ridiculous 7,777,777.
Upgrades increase the profits by adding income multipliers to the businesses. Like the other planets, there are three categories of upgrades on Earth: Cash Upgrades, which are bought with money, Angel Upgrades, which are bought by sacrificing Angel Investors, and Gold Upgrades, which are bought with Gold.
|1. Cabe Johnson*Job Title: Sr. Lemonade Barista
|2. Perry Black*Job Title: Editor-in-Chief
|3. W. W. Heisenbird*Job Title: Soap Chemist
|4. Mama Sean*Job Title: Cheese Distribution Expert
|5. Jim Thorton*Job Title: Sprinkle Scientist
|6. Forest Trump*Job Title: Crustacean Interpreter
|7. Dawn Cheri*Job Title: Lead Puck Purchaser
|8. Stefani Speilburger*Job Title: Bestest Boy Grip
|9. The Dark Lord*Job Title: Vault Auditor M. D.*Skill: Knows how to use an abacus*
The player can also play other planets, but they need to buy them first. Currently, the other planets are the Moon and Mars. The Moon costs $100 trillion dollars to be unlocked and Mars, 100 Mega Bucks. They offer a slightly different Capitalism experience because going to another planet does not harm the Earth game, as the player can freely switch back and forth between the bodies easily.
Derrick Plainview is not on the “Capitalist Connections” paragraph.
|Gameplay||Businesses · Unlocks (Earth) · Swag (Earth) · Managers|
|Upgrades||Cash Upgrades · Angel Upgrades · Gold Upgrades · Mega Bucks Upgrades|
|Other Planets||Moon · Mars · Events|