The art of profit through capitalism is not so easy to conceptualize. Beyond Karl Marx' criticism, Ayn Rand's Atlas Shrugged or the book Rich dad, Poor dad have tried their best to present money as a goal and delayed gratification (usually through building some passive income) as a tool.

Incremental games, also called idle games, are a practical way to live capitalism. They go beyond barter stories like One red paperclip, by implementing positive feedback loops as a core component of the game. The automation of profit through machines, factories, or human resources may be seen as a metaphor for capitalism. You can experiment a few incremental games like Ice Cream Stand, Bitcoin Miner, or Rebuild The Universe using this listing.