Antimatter Dimensions: New clicker game is making waves on Steam

Antimatter Dimensions: New clicker game is making waves on Steam

from Rhonda Bachman
The clicker game Antimatter Dimensions has been available on Steam since December 17, 2022. First released in 2016, the title revolves around automation and lots of wacky humor. So far, Antimatter Dimensions has been well received on Valve’s platform: 94 percent of the previous reviews have been positive.

Originally released in 2016, Antimatter Dimensions has now made the leap to Valve’s Steam gaming platform. The free-to-play title has received its reality update, which has been in the works for around four years by the developers of Hevipelle, and was released on Steam at the same time. The game is about collecting enough antimatter until you can collapse the universe. However, the mechanics of the game are all about countless unlocks, prestige and achievements.

Free-to-play title Antimatter Dimensions now on Steam

In the clicker Antimatter Dimensions, players must collect antimatter before collapsing the universe. This gives you infinity, an in-game currency that can be used to purchase upgrades. However, those who thought that infinity was the end could not be further. Each time, a new prestige mechanic is introduced, which is actually a new game in itself.

Part of the core game in Antimatter Dimensions is its own scripting language, with which some mechanics can be automated. The developers of Hevipelle speak of an “obscene amount of automation”. There will be numerous challenges to do this. Players can also unlock 100 Steam achievements and earn additional achievements in Antimatter Dimensions themselves.

The mixture of crude humor, metaphysics and script-based automation seems to go down quite well with the players. Of the almost 270 reviews given so far, 91 percent were positive. This gives the title a “very positive” rating (as of December 19, 2022, 1:15 p.m.). The players particularly praise the humor and variety of the title. Progress would never get boring at Antimatter Dimensions. However, other players criticize the clicker’s boring gameplay.

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Source: Steam, PC gamers