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Matter Exponential

developed by badatnameslol gamedev
rated 3.4 stars, 30 ratings
rated 3.4 stars, 30 ratings

Posted December 6, 2023. Updated April 16, 2024. Played 823 times for a total of 337 hours.


Just some game where you make a bunch of matter.
This is my first game incremental ever.

latest update

April 16, 2024

QoL changes:
faster auto-expansion formula
multiplier included in exponent as well, finally making it useful.
and, something really needed, faster formatting, happening after 1e7, and ee7

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newest comments

akivn May 30, 2024
+1comment score: 1

Beat it in 5 minutes, pretty great game but the transitions can be improved.

LavieTheDaed1 May 2, 2024
+3comment score: 3

please make the fading animation faster.

unicodes counter April 16, 2024
+1comment score: 1


Termt April 16, 2024
+8comment score: 8

I still wish the buttons wouldn't fade out when you do an exponent reset.

Dudeidka1ue March 6, 2024
-1comment score: -1

Game link pls

top comments

marcmagus December 13, 2023
+9comment score: 9

I can see some nice ideas on the horizon but there's too much spam-clicking of a single button for my enjoyment/wrist health.

developer response: I made the auto-expand formula quicker which should help with the majority of the clicking in end-game.

Termt April 16, 2024
+8comment score: 8

I still wish the buttons wouldn't fade out when you do an exponent reset.

windy December 8, 2023
+7comment score: 7

v exactly, wish scientific notation would start sooner, or some commas in-between every 3 digits

developer response: Formatting now happens after e7 and ee7, hope this helps.

CoolRadGamer countest December 6, 2023
+6comment score: 6

le epic awesomesauce for a first incrmenetal
there's some weird gray lines below the buttons and i think some buttons need more clarification on what they do but awesome

new42ur3jeans countest December 8, 2023
+5comment score: 5

Could be better if the numbers are formatted with scientific notation

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