Clicker Heroes Cheats on Playstation 4 (PS4)

Last Updated: May 7, 2021
Clicker Heroes
  • First Released: Jun 30, 2014
  • Genres: Role-playing (RPG), Simulator, Strategy, Adventure, Indie
  • Platforms: Mac,PC,iPhone,iPad,Android,Browser,Xbox One,PlayStation 4
  • Ratings: PEGI 7, ESRB E10+

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Hero References

Easter Eggs

Many of the Heroes you can hire with gold have significant names, appearances, or themes.

Abaddon – The name Abaddon comes from the Book of Revelation, where Abaddon is described as the Destroyer or The Angel of Death.

Amenhotep – This name comes from several pharaohs who ruled over Egypt.

Aphrodite – The goddess of love in Greek mythology.

Astraea – The goddess of purity in Greek mythology.

Athena – The goddess of wisdom and war in Greek mythology.

Atlas – The Titan who holds up the sky in Greek mythology.

Betty Clicker – This name is a reference to the Betty Crocker cookbooks and brand.

Broyle Lindeoven – When spoken, this name sounds like “broil in the oven.”

Cid – Cid’s name may be a nod to the Final Fantasy series, which has had a character named Cid in almost every game.

Grant, the General – This name is most likely a reference to General Ulysses S. Grant.

King Midas – A king in Greek mythology who was cursed so that whatever he touched would turn to gold.

Orntchya Gladeye, Didensy Banana – When spoken, this name sounds like “Orange you glad I didn’t say banana,” the punchline to a common knock-knock joke.

The Rangers – The 9 “ranger” heroes correspond to the Power Rangers.

Referi Jerator – When spoken, this name sounds like “refrigerator.”

Shinatobe – A goddess of wind in Japanese mythology.

Tsuchi – The name “Tsuchi” refers to Earth in Japanese philosophy. Additionally, this character is constantly digging holes and has a “Lizard Repellant” upgrade, which is a reference to the novel Holes by Louis Sachar.

Wepwawet – A god of war and death in Egyptian mythology.

Mercenary Quote References

Easter Eggs

Lines said by mercenaries when you send them on a quest include:

  • “My life for Aiur!” (StarCraft)
  • “Valar Morghulis.” (A Song of Fire and Ice)
  • “Zug zug.” (Warcraft III)

Kappa boss

Easter Eggs

There is a small chance that the “Kappa” boss will spawn instead of the normal boss during a boss level.

Ghosty Ghosts Forest of Ghosts

Easter Eggs

If the game can’t load all the data, it doesn’t display a regular error screen. Instead, it briefly displays a fake level called “Ghosty Ghosts Forest of Ghosts” with a boss called Megatron Ultralisk Oltrus.

Megatron is the name of a character from Transformers and Ultralisk is a type of zerg in StarCraft. Oltrus may be a reference to Ultrus from Dragon Quest VIII or Ultros from the Final Fantasy series.

Ancient References

Easter Eggs

Like the Heroes, many of the Ancients you can summon have significant names, appearances, or themes.

Argaiv, Ancient of Enhancement – “Argaiv” is “Viagra” spelled backward.

Atman, Ancient of Souls – “Atman” refers to the soul in Hindu philosophy.

Bhaal, Ancient of Murder – Bhaal is the Lord of Murder in the Forgotten Realms tabletop RPG, and may be a reference to the god Baal.

Bubos, Ancient of Diseases – “Bubos” is a reference to the bubonic plague.

Dora, Ancient of Discovery – This is a reference to the show Dora the Explorer.

Energon, Ancient of Battery Life – “Energon” is the fuel source used by the Transformers.

Hecatoncheir, Ancient of Wallops – This name comes from the Hecatoncheires, giants in Greek mythology with 100 hands.

Morgulis, Ancient of Death – “Morgulis” is a nod to the phrase “valar morghulis” from George R. R. Martin’s A Song of Fire and Ice series, which means “all men must die.”

Siyalatas, Ancient of Abandon – When spoken, this name sounds similar to “see you later.”

Solomon, Ancient of Wisdom – This Ancient is named for King Solomon, who was known for his wisdom.

Vaagur, Ancient of Impatience – This name comes from a fan of the game who repeatedly asked when Version 0.12 would come out, using the username vaagur.

Leeroy Jenkins

Easter Eggs

One of the possible mercenary names is Leeroy Jenkins, in reference to the World of Warcraft player who charged into combat while shouting his name, leading to his group’s defeat, and became a meme as a result.

There is an in-game achievement for burying Leeroy Jenkins, with the achievement text, “At least he had chicken.”

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