History VideoGame / CookieClicker

25th Nov '16 1:20:56 PM Bicorn
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* {{Antimatter}}: Added in version 1.036 is the Antimatter Condenser, which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin condenses the antimatter of the universe into cookies]], according to the description.

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* {{Antimatter}}: Added in version 1.036 is the Antimatter Condenser, which [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin condenses the antimatter of the universe into cookies]], according to the description.[[note]]Considering there isn't actually that much antimatter in the universe, it's possible Orteil's gotten antimatter confused with dark matter. Then again, the Cookie Clicker universe's physics don't seem to be very much like our own in any case.[[/note]]
12th Nov '16 7:45:31 PM Megachamp
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* SuperOCD: One news ticker item claims [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall this is the reason behind your building decisions]], rather than any sort of business sense. Given what you need to do for some of the achievements, this is most likely true.


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*** Oh, and they are lead by the '''[[{{Pun}} Elder]]''' [[OlderGods Gods]].
* SuperOCD: One news ticker item claims [[LeaningOnTheFourthWall this is the reason behind your building decisions]], rather than any sort of business sense. Given what you need to do for some of the achievements, this is most likely true.
12th Nov '16 7:38:11 PM Megachamp
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* BigBad: The [[EldritchAbomination Grandmatriarchs]] are the closest this game has to one as they are the cause of the [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Grandmapocalypse]].

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* BigBad: BigBad:
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The [[spoiler: [[EldritchAbomination Grandmatriarchs]] Grandmatriarchs]]]] are the closest this game has to one as they are the cause of the [[spoiler: [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Grandmapocalypse]].Grandmapocalypse]]]].
** The '''player''' can be seen as one. Espeically when things get crazy and (possibly) before [[spoiler: [[TheEndOfTheWorldAsWeKnowIt Grandmapocalypse]]]].
12th Nov '16 7:34:31 PM Megachamp
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* StealthPun: "In''denture''d servitude." - Grandma

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* StealthPun: StealthPun: "In''denture''d servitude." - Grandma



** Guess what the world is invaded by during the "Grandmapocalypse": Demonic Grandmas, in other words: '''Elder'''-ritch Horrors.



* VillainProtagonist: To put it simply, you play as a greedy CorruptCorporateExecutive.

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* VillainProtagonist: To put it simply, you play as a greedy CorruptCorporateExecutive. [[spoiler: And eventually, go through a GodIAm Phase]].
12th Nov '16 7:27:41 PM Megachamp
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*** Ironically, it's cookie now has a practical use: It spawns Golden Cookies more frequently.



* ImpossiblyDeliciousFood: Your cookies are so good that the whole universe revolves around them.

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* ImpossiblyDeliciousFood: Your cookies are so eventually become '''so''' good that the whole universe revolves around them.



* {{Jerkass}}: The Antigrandmas are described as being mean in their FlavorText.

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* {{Jerkass}}: The Antigrandmas are described as being mean in their FlavorText. Which make sense.


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** LethalJokeItem: The Fool's Biscuit originally did jack diddly squat. However, now it spawns Golden Cookies more often.


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* TookALevelInBadass: The player character... like... '''[[UpToEleven HOLY SHIT]]''': You start as a unpopular loser who can't even bake a decent cookie, and eventually become an '''ALL POWERFUL GOD WHO CONTROLS THE UNIVERSE, TIME, SPACE AND REALITY, MAKING IT ALL A COOKIE! EVENTUALLY BECOMING CAPABLE OF CAUSING THE APOCALYPSE!''' And all this because [[DisproportionateRetribution nobody would eat your cookies]].
12th Nov '16 5:30:59 PM Megachamp
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6th Sep '16 6:32:45 PM ParchedMacropodine
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* PracticalCurrency: the banks tell you that cookie are a currency and a future money replacement and cookies can be eaten.

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* PracticalCurrency: the The banks tell you that cookie are a currency and a future money replacement and cookies can be eaten.
6th Sep '16 6:31:24 PM ParchedMacropodine
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* PracticalCurrency: the banks tell you that cookie are a currency and a future money replacement and cookies can be eaten.
14th Aug '16 1:42:29 PM FordPrefect
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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: The building prices are quite reasonable for the low end buildings in the early game. But the price of each building is increased by 15% for the next one. That doesn't sound too bad at first. If you do the math, though, you find that the price of a building roughly doubles with every five purchased, and increases by a factor of about 1000 for every 49 purchased. (The first Cursor (the least expensive) costs 15 cookies. The 50th one costs about 15 thousand. The 100th costs about just over ''15 million'' cookies.) The eggs and Christmas upgrades also count, as they also increase in price along with how many others in the series you've already unlocked.

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* AdamSmithHatesYourGuts: The building prices are quite reasonable for the low end buildings in the early game. But the price of each building is increased by 15% for the next one. That doesn't sound too bad at first. If you do the math, though, you find that the price of a building roughly doubles with every five purchased, and increases by a factor of about 1000 for every 49 purchased. (The first Cursor (the Cursor, the least expensive) expensive, costs 15 cookies. The 50th one costs about 15 thousand. The 100th costs about just over ''15 million'' cookies.) The eggs and Christmas upgrades also count, as they also increase in price along with how many others in the series you've already unlocked.
14th Aug '16 1:41:23 PM FordPrefect
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* AndNinetyNineCents: Every upgrade named after a type of cookie (Aside from the holiday cookies, which are given special prices) is priced at (x * 10^n) - 1 for some integers x and n, starting at 99,999,999 and currently ending at 9,999,999,999,999,999 (that's (1 * 10^16) - 1) for the gingerbread cookies. The only cookies for which x is not 1 are the French cookies, which cost 199,999,999,999,999 each.

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* AndNinetyNineCents: Every upgrade named after a type of cookie (Aside (aside from the holiday cookies, which are given special prices) is priced at (x * 10^n) - 1 for some integers x and n, starting at 99,999,999 and currently ending at 9,999,999,999,999,999 (that's (1 * 10^16) - 1) for the gingerbread cookies. The only cookies for which x is not 1 are the French cookies, which cost 199,999,999,999,999 each.
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