Infinite Layers is an incremental game in which you own multiple "dimensions".[1] The first dimension produces money and each dimension after that costs twice as many orders of magnitude more than the previous one, and produces the previous dimension, accelerating your money production faster and faster. Once the player reaches 10^24 money, the player can unlock the next prestige layer, and each prestige layer unlocks after reaching 10^24 of the previous currency. The amount of zeroes in the numbers in the game increases exponentially with each prestige layer. Eventually, the numbers in the game will exceed a Googolplex, and goes all the way up to 10^(2^1024-2^971). If the player gets more money than that, the game will freeze up, and the game is completed. It is the incremental game with the second largest numbers.


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