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I uh.. have been using Javascript sorcery* to get ridiculous amount of candies in Candy Box.

Javascript sorcery

I am wondering if I could break the game, encounter horrible game bugs or by-design game features that could have a negative effect on gameplay if I keep on doing this. Can I add any amount of candy or lollipops that I want without encountering any problems?


* cheats

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I found a possible side effect. If you eat a ridiculous amount of candies, your hitpoints will get so high, that...

...fighting yourself will take a long time: enter image description here

  • Since we're using javascript cheats anyhow, this can easily be overcome by writing in the code sword.setSpecialPower(x);. – Teofrostus May 11 '13 at 14:52
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No

I needed to sleep, so set candies.candiesPerSecond very very high so I could complete the game and get to bed.

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There are no negative side effects, I was even able to save and reload the game.

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Since javascript has dynamic variables, you can make the numbers as high as you possibly want as long as javascript can handle it. For AFAIK there shouldn't be a problem with huge numbers. It will be transformed to the e-notation. Once you finish the game and randomize everything using the "computer" it also comes up with such huge values.

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For some reason, whenever I had cheated, I couldn't move up and down in hell. I don't know what's wrong or how to fix it. It's probably because I'm using Chrome.

@badp I wish I could do that. I honestly have no idea why my game is doing this. It's annoying, but I guess I'm just going to have to do this the hard way :P.

@Ullallulloo Thanks for editing and respecting my answer :).

  • I cheated rather blatantly and haven't had trouble. – badp Jun 1 '13 at 22:07
  • What Javascript codes were you using? – galacticninja Jun 2 '13 at 5:00
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The only negative aspect I can see, is messing up a spelling, that messes up your game in some unforeseen manner. Nearly impossible.

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