|More about Antimatter Dimensions:|
|General Info:||Dimensions • Ticks • Achievements|
|Pre-Infinity:||Soft Reset • Dimensional Sacrifice • Antimatter Galaxy|
|Pre-eternity:||Infinity • Infinity Upgrades • Challenges • Autobuyers • Breaking Infinity • Infinity Dimensions • Replicanti|
|Post-eternity:||Eternity • Eternity Milestones • Time Dimensions • Time Studies • Eternity Upgrades • Eternity Challenges • Time Dilation|
|Misc:||Guide • Terminology • Cheating|
n + (# of Galaxies * m)
8th dimensions, where n is 80 by default and reduced to 71 (inf upg), then 70 (ic5), and m is 60 by default and 52 with the relevant time study.
When you buy one, it will reset your run (like a dimension Shift or Boost), but the run will reset as if you never did a Shift or Boost.
The effect of getting a galaxy is to improve how much tickspeed you get per upgrade (see Ticks).
Hotkey for this is G.
Formula changes when you hit 100 (or more after Eternity Challenge 5) Galaxies (note that this doesn't include those gained from Replicanti or from dilated time).
n + m*G + ((G-S)^2 + G-S)
S is 99 by default, increases by 5 for every Eternity Challenge 5 completion, 7 with study 223, and floor(dimboosts/2000) with study 224.
They still cost 8th dimensions even at that point.
Post-800 cost Edit
When you hit 800 Galaxies, galaxy cost starts to rise exponentially. The new formula for galaxy cost before subtracting is floor(n*1.002^(G-799)). This also does not include replicanti galaxies or free dilated galaxies.
Challenge 10 cost Edit
Galaxies only cost 6th dimensions in challenge 10:
n + 19 + (# of Galaxies * 90)