Welcome to Egg Cave's Help & FAQ section! This serves as a great player's guide for both beginners and long-time Egg Cavers alike. Please select a category below to read more.
In the past, Egg Cave used to update creature stats once per day. Now, all creature stats are live and display in real time.
A creature receives one view when any person on the Internet loads and sees the creature. To receive views quicker, put your creature in different places around the Internet like forum signatures, Facebook, and Twitter.
All views are calculated as unique views. This means that we update your views based on the number of different people that view your creature per day and add that number to your current view total. Your views are not calculated on the number of times you refresh but by how many different people view and see your creature. The more places you put your creatures on the web, the faster they'll evolve!
Each Egg Cave creature has its own unique click link. This click link is contained within the code you receive from Your Cove. When a user clicks to your creature through this click link, your creature's click stat will increase by one.
Like views, clicks are calculated as unique clicks, which is the number of different people that click through the click link.
You can feed any creature on their profile by clicking the "Feed Creature" button. You can feed your own creatures and others too. Each user can feed a creature once per day.
In addition to posting creatures in different places on the Internet, a lot of users will make friends on Egg Cave and feed each other's creatures each day. Try visiting some other users' profiles and making friends!
Let's say user A fed user B's creatures. It would be a common courtesy for user B to "feed back" all of user's A creatures as a friendly gesture. This is a "feed back." Feed backs are a very easy way to make friends on Egg Cave and help increase feed stats quicker.
A creature's level is the average of its view, click, and feed stats.
A creature's level increases as the creature's stats increase.
Creatures Level 2000 and beyond are considered adults and cannot die from hunger or sadness. Level 2000 and above are commonly referred to as "immortals."
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Those are today's stats, as in the number of views, clicks, and feeds that that creature has gained today since 12 AM ECT.
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