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The Longest Tree Beta

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developed by circle-gon contributor
rated 4.1 stars, 13 ratings
rated 4.1 stars, 13 ratings
tmtjsabandoned

Posted May 10, 2023. Updated May 10, 2023. Played 411 times for a total of 452 hours.

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Somewhat of a sequel to TLI (The Longest Incremental), has a few working layers but got abandoned thanks to even more internal conflicts. Made by a group of people, somewhat similar to the people who made TLI

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unicodes counter June 12, 2024
+1comment score: 1

monospace font looks better

IncrementalKing May 23, 2024
+1comment score: 1

i cant get bees

ARandomThing53 May 4, 2024
+1comment score: 1

@Dark7 OOM is not a multiplier, its an exponent
OOM x (where x is a number) is just 10^x

Goober counter April 2, 2024
+2comment score: 2

@Dark7 no you dummy, it's a exponent (just like daylight), so
1 OOM = 10
2nd OOM = 100
3 = 1000
4 = 10000
basically 10^x where x is OOM

Daylight March 13, 2024
+3comment score: 3

@Dark7, no OOM is not a multiplier, it's an exponent. 1 is always OOM 0 and when you increase OOM by 1 you multiply the number by a fixed reference value, usually 10, and if that value is 10 it's indeed the number of zeroes. OOM -1 = 0.1, OOM 0 = 1, OOM 1 = 10, OOM 2 = 100, OOM 3 = 1000...

The reference value can be something else, like 2, in that case you'd get: OOM -1 = 0.5, OOM 0 = 1, OOM 1 = 2, OOM 2 = 4, OOM 3 = 8, OOM 4 = 16...

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gtgeli July 26, 2023
+4comment score: 4

Bees are stuck at 1, cooldown isn't ticking down, bought the upgrade to gain more bees per second and still stuck at 1.

Daylight March 13, 2024
+3comment score: 3

@Dark7, no OOM is not a multiplier, it's an exponent. 1 is always OOM 0 and when you increase OOM by 1 you multiply the number by a fixed reference value, usually 10, and if that value is 10 it's indeed the number of zeroes. OOM -1 = 0.1, OOM 0 = 1, OOM 1 = 10, OOM 2 = 100, OOM 3 = 1000...

The reference value can be something else, like 2, in that case you'd get: OOM -1 = 0.5, OOM 0 = 1, OOM 1 = 2, OOM 2 = 4, OOM 3 = 8, OOM 4 = 16...

HOPeAndFriends48 January 8, 2024
+3comment score: 3

why is the bee thing not working? can someone open up the browser inspector and figure out what's up so we can get a bandaid fix?

Funnyman69420 March 5, 2024
+2comment score: 2

@unicodes OOM is order of magnitude it basically talks about the number of zeros in ur number or smth

unicodes counter January 6, 2024
+2comment score: 2

what is OOM

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