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2013/10/16

Electricity problem fix

Here is an answer to your problem kartoffelbrot.

controls:
drag the cable to move it about
a & d turns the cable

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Tags: mouse game simulation physics with-source electricity

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KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/10/18

Very nice! If I think back to the methods I had I had to laugh, as I saw, that it's so simple. Is it working with more than 100 cables in one line?
Game/maniacGame/maniac

2013/10/18

no, it will only work with 100 max
Game/maniacGame/maniac

2013/10/18

I didn't think you would need to ever use more than 100 cables so I just hard programmed in a max.
HoshiwaraHoshiwara

2013/10/22

Ah, very nice indeed, I just adapted it to support positive and negative connections (i.e. bulb requires both a positive and negative connection to work). Now I am going to add logic gates, and other circuitry components.
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/10/24

Do you know Redstone?
Game/maniacGame/maniac

2013/10/24

Yes, let me guess... You think I should do a redstone emulator.
KartoffelbrotKartoffelbrot

2013/10/24

No, but I thought, that Redstone is programmed like this. And that's why you have to use redstone repeaters there.

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