About Fill The Oceans

The project

Fill The oceans started for me as a project to learn javascript programming.

I have a fulltime job and programming is just a hobby. For me, creating this incremental game was a challenge. I did it just to see if I could do it and learn javascript while doing it.

It took up a lot of my free time, but I enjoyed it, and I hope you can enjoy playing it.

There's probably still a lot of bugs I didn't encounter while testing it, and there's still a lot of content to add.

It might take a while but the game will grow, get more options, more content and hopefully less bugs.

If you've encountered bugs, got ideas or just want to let me know what you think: e-mail me at: filltheoceans@gmail.com


How much water is in the oceans?

According to the U.S. Geological Survey, there are over 332,519,000 cubic miles of water on the planet. This is about 1,385,999,652.41 cubic kilometre or 1,385999652e+24 cubic cm.

Assuming 1 cubic cm contains 25 drops, there are 3.4649991e+25 drops or 34 septillion drops.

But we need to create drops out of nothing and these drops are only about 1/4th the size of a normal drop. So we need about 136 septillion drops, rounded to 150 septillion.