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### Count to 7,000 Game

The number's **6160**.

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60, 61, 62...

Wait...

That doesn't sound right.

6163!

Six thousand, one hundred and sixty fourzzzzzzzz.......

/falls asleep

Wait.

6166 contains 3 times 6.

3 x 6 is 18.

18 - 3 is 15.

Crazee-Pi-Forum multiplied 411 by **15!**

Is Crazee Illuminati?

No.

Oh shoot, my secret's out!

I better wipe everyone's memory. I think I'll do it 6167 times for good measurement.

I used some ASCII art generator on that number. There was "Gradient" option, which was quite hard to read but I liked it. And idea to use ASCII art generator in this thread was from my friend. So I didn't really put any effort into it, only had to type something in Google search bar, click on the link, select "Gradient", put there some number and post the result here. I was thinking about typing **6169** in that generator, but I'm happier with what you can see above.

Question: does anyone else remember Abnormal CaKe SiMuLaToR (aka the best RPG ever on these forums)?

6170.

Just wondering.

I was looking through the forums and found it again, and I read through it.

It was funny.

As well as the result of multiplication of prime numbers 5, 5, 13 and 19. It is devisable without remainder by 1, 5, 13, 19, 25, 65, 95, 247, 325, 475, 1235 and **6175**.

No actually, it's 6178. I can't believe you got it wrong. I'm disappointed.

Actually, it's 6179. Get your facts right.

Also, I'm going to read through the whole ACS game. Wish me luck.

I'd argue it's **6180**, but I'm no fighter. I believe you could convince me about your truth pretty easily. Markelu, luck wished.

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I prefer using ALT+255 for those things. It comes handy time to time.

The number is **6182**.

What exactly is alt+255?

Is alt equal to 5928?

So alt+255 is **6183**?

Sorry not sorry.

ALT probably stands for A*L*T, three sides of triangle ALT. This may sound weird but... uh... Does anyone know why would somebody multiplicate all sides of a triangle? ALT+255 is surely a mystery. If Ze-Epik got it right, then it means, that it can't equal **6184**.

I guess if ALT is in fact △ALT, then:

∠ALT + ∠LTA + ∠TAL + 6005 = x

∠ALT + ∠LTA + ∠TAL = 180 (angle sum of triangle)

x = 6005 + 180

x = **6185**

The number's **6187**. Funny thing: I'm playing 2 incremental flash games at once right now.

6190! 10 more numbers and we'll reach 6200!

Can someone do the math on when we reach 7000? I'm too lazy to do that myself.

I think you can get an empty comment if you use 0 in the title, and have an HTML tag with nothing in it like that.

Trust me, that was a tag.

Now I'm looking forward to like **6192** people doing that.

The number's **6193**, 7 numbers remaining.

It took me quite a while until I finally realized, what have you said there.

Yes, very nice. :)

The number's **6195**, 5 numbers remaining.

Number **6197** is a prime number, 1 prime number remaining.

Number **6199** is a prime number. We're almost there.

6200.

6-2-0-0.

**6-2-0-0!
SIX THOUSAND TWO HUNDRED!
SIX FREABKIN' THOUSAND, TWO HUNDRED!!!!!!!!!!!!!
YAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA**AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa.............

/passes out

I love how this game got some speed. Now it's the best time to look back to our last 100 numbers we had. Anyway... **620One**.

It must have been 6203 days since you last posted here.

I knew that once I say something like that, there will be nothing for next few days, if not more.

*"I'm calling number 6204 to join this (probably now extinguished) wave of activity!"*

I expected something like it took us a year and quarter to count 100 numbers (6000-6100), but never mind, hehehe. The number's **6206**.

Did you know that if you search up "6158", you'll get about 14 000 000 results?

Man, people must really like that number.

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