The Loop (Games)
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The Antimatter Condenser is the thirteenth building, costing 170 trillion cookies. Each antimatter condenser initially produces 430 million CpS by condensing the antimatter in the universe into cookies.
- The most Antimatter Condensers you can buy in the Live (not beta) version is 4921. After that, the price is too high a number for the computer to process and it says infinity, which will not work even if you set your cookies to infinity. You can, however, use certain add-ons or set the prices lower in order to buy more.
- The upgrades' names are all references to current research subjects in theoretical physics, as is the Antimatter Condenser itself.
- The "Sugar bosons" upgrade is a reference to the bosons of physics. They are the photon, the gluon, the W boson, the Z boson, and the Higgs boson. (A 6th: the graviton, has been predicted but not observed yet, although there is strong evidence to suggest their existence.)
- The "String theory" upgrade is a reference to the actual string theory in theoretical physics.
- The "Large macaron collider" upgrade is a reference to the Large Hadron Collider at CERN. Its description "How singular!" is a reference to the singularities (black holes) which some have feared the LHC would produce.
- The "Big bang bake" upgrade is a reference to the big bang theory, the colloquial name for theories in which the universe started from a singularity.
- During the initial two hours, the v1.036 update was live, Antimatter Condensers had a base cost of 999,999,999 cookies, and the costs of its upgrades did not have the leading 3s. The prices were adjusted in an unlisted update.
- This building has a fixed distance between each building on the X axis, similar to Prisms and Chancemakers. It's probably supposed to make it look like the condensers are fixed to its background's vertical conveyor belts.
- The "Nanocosmics" upgrade is a reference to Orteil's other game, Nested, in which universes could be found inside the smallest particles.
- The achievement " A Matter of Perspective" could be a reference to Brisingr, a book in the Inheritance Cycle, where one of the chapters is named, "A Matter of Perspective".
- The achievement "What a Concept" continues the trend of achievements that require a lot of buildings which reference the song "All Star" by Smash Mouth.
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