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Pizzatron 3000 is a minigame in CP3D. The goal of the game is to fulfill as many orders as possible as quick as possible, with minimal mistakes.

## Gameplay

The game starts off slow with a low-speed conveyor belt and a simple order given. As the player builds up a streak of successful orders they will start getting a nice tip for each order, but the conveyor belt will start to significantly speed up.

The more orders a player completes, the faster the conveyor belts overall speed will get and the more complex the orders will get. Eventually orders can get as complex as two of every ingredient with only 6 seconds to complete the order. If you are to fail 5 orders total then you lose the game and leave with however many coins you earned while playing.

For every order a player completes it gets 5 coins. At 5 orders it will start getting tipped 10 coins extra per order, and every 5 after that is another 5 coins of tip per order. If it fails any order, however, it's tips completely reset. The maximum tip it can get is +45 coins per order, and it only ends there because that's when it finishes every order.

For every 5 pizzas sequentially made the streak multiplier increases by 0.15 (from a default of 1). For every mistake made, the streak multiplier decreases by 0.05. This makes the maximum obtainable coins in normal mode 2,464, with a streak multiplier of 2.2.

View the math

1 + (.15 * 8) = 2.2 (4 * 5 + (5 * 15) + (5 * 20) + (5 * 25) + (5 * 30) + (5 * 35) + (5 * 40) + (5 * 45) + (1 * 50) ) * 2.2 = 2,464

Because the tips start on the 5th pizza, the first 4 have a base value of 5 coins plus no tip. the 5 after that have a base value of 5 plus a 10 coin tip, which makes 15 coins per pizza. That value increments by 5 every 5 pizzas. Assuming there are zero mistakes made the entire time, this will leave us with 1 pizza at the end worth 50 total coins, for a total of 40 pizzas. Multiply this amount by the streak multiplier gained with that entire streak (2.2) and you get 2,464 coins.

### Shrimp Mode

Shrimp mode is a special, high-difficulty mode that can be accessed by clicking the shrimp at the start screen 11 times until it enlarges, disappears, and replaces the penguin.

In shrimp mode, the game starts at the highest difficulty without tips. However, after 5 pizzas the player will get 15 tipped coins per order rather than 10, going up by 5 coins every 5 successful orders. The streak multiplier in shrimp mode works similarly to normal mode, but rather than going up by 0.15 every 5 successful orders it goes up by 0.2. Because of this, if a player is able to complete shrimp mode entirely without flaw then it will get the maximum payout of 3,380 coins, with a streak multiplier of 2.6.

View the math

1 + (.2 * 8) = 2.2 (4 * 5 + (5 * 20) + (5 * 25) + (5 * 30) + (5 * 35) + (5 * 40) + (5 * 45) + (5 * 50) + (1 * 55) ) * 2.6

Because the tips start on the 5th pizza, the first 4 have a base value of 5 coins plus no tip. the 5 after that have a base value of 5 plus a 15 coin tip, which makes 15 coins per pizza. That value increments by 5 every 5 pizzas. Assuming there are zero mistakes made the entire time, this will leave us with 1 pizza at the end worth 55 total coins, for a total of 40 pizzas. Multiply this amount by the streak multiplier gained with that entire streak (2.6) and you get 3,380 coins.

## Trivia

• The reason it is named "Pizzatron 3000" is because the machine used to make the pizzas is Gary's invention and he has a theme of putting numbers with lots of zeros at the end of his inventions' names.

## Stamps

For the stamps for this minigame, see Pizzatron 3000 stamps.