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|Hardness||0 (Not mined directly)|
|Rarity||1 in 26 (per mission)|
|Value||4000 per unit|
The Error Cube, called ERR://23¤Y%/ in-game, is an extraordinarily rare resource. It must be dug out of the ground, and can be deposited into M.U.L.E. like all other resources. Once brought back to the Space Rig, it will appear in the players stash of minerals, but is not an ingredient in any upgrade or Accessory Shop purchase, and it cannot be exchanged in the Mineral Trade. It is simply a collector's item.
Because it currently lacks any use, it is widely considered as an Easter egg and often mistaken for a bug due to its intentionally glitchy-looking name.
Its basic shape is a pitch black cube. White, softly pulsating outlines cross its outer exterior in a grid-like pattern, dividing the black cube shape into smaller cube-like shapes. Four lines cross each side of the cube.
The area that the cube is buried in is covered in large glowing gray spikes and a purple shimmering effect, similar to other resources hidden within the walls.
- When marked with a laser pointer, the dwarves will make curious remarks such as: "I wonder if it's edible", "Strange thing" and "What the heck is this".
- There is a chance you can receive an Error Cube when destroying a gift during the Christmas Seasonal Event (same 3.84% for each box).
- The experience granted by the Error Cube is static and is not affected by the Hazard Bonus.
- In the game files, the Error Cube is referred to as a "Precursor Artifact".
- Ghost Ship Games have hinted that the Error Cube may be connected to the lore of the game.
- Its appearance heavily resembles a Rubik's cube.
- According to the description of the "What Are These Things?" achievement (obtained by collecting five Error Cubes), they are indeed alien artifacts, are hot to the touch, and possibly smell of tarmac.
- After drinking Smart Stout, there is a chance the dwarf will mention the Error Cubes and their purpose, before the effect wears off and they lose the thought.
- The Error Cube may be related to the Error Helix. It is implied that the two have the same origin.
- One of the random messages that can appear on the Employee of the Month Screen mentions the Error Cube.