Warzone Idle is an incremental game that's available now for iOS and Android. It sees players taking charge of an empire and building it up to become all-powerful. Beyond that, they can also engage in a spot of strategic multiplayer and a battle royale mode.
The game starts with players in control of an army camp that will continuously generate armies. These can then spent to conquer neighbouring territories as though they're nothing more than currency.
These territories may simply be empty whilst others may contain a reward such as a mine, which will then generate ore. This can then be sold for the in-game currency which can be exchanged to upgrade mines or the army camps depending on what you're after.
And that's pretty much the core of the game, you'll create an ongoing loop of conquering places to earn more resources and then use those resources to conquer other parts of the map. There are over 30 maps to conquer and an ascension-style mechanic if you manage to complete them all.
Meanwhile, in Warzone Idle's aforementioned battle royale mode players can compete with 30 other players to see who can gain control of the world first. Aside from gaining territory, they can launch attacks against others in an attempt to slow down their progress.
This is the latest entry into the Warzone series which also includes Warzone Classic and WarLight. All of them have been created by a single indie developer named Randy Ficker.