The Loop (Games)
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The Chancemaker is the fifteenth building, added in the 4 More Years update. Its initial price is 26 Quadrillion cookies and it produces 21 Billion CpS by generating cookies out of thin air through sheer luck.
- The "Your lucky cookie" description of the first cookie you've ever baked might be a reference to Scrooge McDuck's Number One Dime, the first coin that Scrooge McDuck had ever earned.
- On Discworld, in areas with high background magic, flipped coins may do various weird things instead of landing on heads or tails.
- The achievement "Million to one shot, doc" references a quote from the TV sitcom Seinfeld.
- The achievement "You'll never know if you don't go" references the popular song All Star by Smash Mouth.
- Although the name appears to be generic, the flavor text for the upgrade "Winning lottery ticket" refers to a scene in the game Fallout: New Vegas; in particular, the delirious ramblings of the former Powder Ganger Oliver Swanick.
- The upgrade "Improbability drive" reference the Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy books, which themselves are parodied in its description.
- The flavor text for the "Four-leaf clover field" upgrade refers to the titular monster of the similarly named film Cloverfield.
- The "Be a lady" achievement references the song "Luck Be A Lady" from the movie Guys and Dolls.
- The achievement "Ever in Your Favor" is a reference to The Hunger Games, namely the saying "May the odds be ever in your favor".
- Ironically, most of the prices for Chancemaker upgrades have to do with the number 13, which is a stereotypically unlucky number.
- This, of course, excludes the upgrade "Your Lucky Cookie", at 260 quadrillion (which is divisible by 13, however).
- This building has a fixed distance between each building on the X axis, similar to Antimatter condensers and Prisms. It's probably supposed to make it look like the Chancemakers are fixed to its background's vertical stone pillars.
- The die icon used for the Chancemaker and some of its upgrades and achievements features the 1, 4, and 2 sides of the die. 1 + 4 + 2 = 7, a famously lucky number.
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