As a DEV myself, I was like:

“Man… I think I’ve seen this number somewhere…”

*Goes back to remembering my university classes…*

When then I remembered:

An integer number, or let’s say, a number without fractional component (e.g.: 1,2,3,7,20,1024…) in a computer program of 32 bits, these numbers are stored in a whole “word”, of 32 bits.

So basically, there are 2^{32 }possible (if only positive) numbers.

Or, we can say that a number ranges from 0 to 2^{32 }- 1.

2^{32 }- 1 = 4 294 967 296 - 1. Which is equal to…

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So, let me ask @Sasch, are you using this as a value to represent these special tiles?

Did I hit the jackpot?

PS: Sorry if I bothered most of you guys, this was more kinda like a “DEV” thing