You lazy eggheads let the thread get archived before reaching bump limit editionPrevious jej: >>330371098This thread is dedicated to all games about building machines and systems out of blocks, in space or otherwise.WebM for physicians: gitgud.io/nixx/WebMConverter.gitList of commonly discussed /egg/ games:>Algodoo>Autonauts>Avorion>Besiege>Chode - Children of a Dead Earth>Dyson Sphere Program>Empyrion - Galactic Survival>Factorio>From the Depths>Infinifactory>Kerbal Space Program>Lego Race War>Machinecraft>Nimbatus>Opus Magnum>Oxygen not Included>Robocraft>Robot Arena>Satisfactory>Scrap Mechanic>SHENZHEN I/O>Space Engineers>SpaceChem>Stationeers>Starship EVO>Stormworks>TerraTech
>>331069204Why do we need a robot to steal bike when we have humans?
>>331071843Because I thought we were going to get rid of humans
>>331071843over time more and more of the bike can be integrated into the robot until eventually there is no distinct point where one begins and the other ends and bikes just steal themselves
Oh my god it's not a one million debts, it's a one BILLION debt. If the character's father dies before I can pay the debt back, I'll be furious.
>>331074001loli nice decimal separators nerdlike lynx would ever tell you, you're theirs forever
>>331074182Hey, at least I switched the language back in English. The French translation is beyond shite, with stuff that goesLIVECONSUMEWORKand texts that overlap each others.
>>331074182>loliYes.And speaking of Shipbreaker. How many ships there are now? Didn't bought it because of lack of content and haven't bothered to check the updates.
>>331074463>loliShit I forgot to work on my mod yesterday.
>>331074463Three basic designs with either passenger and cargo or fuel and cargo variants, one more design that's a 'science' type, the latest addition varies significantly with size increase, and a sprinkle of spooky ghost variants of everything, infested with AI that actively try to fuck with your attempts to depressurise the hulls. Plus the tutorial hull of course. I'd say maybe 15 or so meaningful variants.There does still need to be more variety and I'm personally hoping for much larger capital ship or cruise liner hulls.However, if you were thinking of getting back in, you should definitely wait for the next patch, as they're making large changes to save file structure and how progression works, so you'll need to start over once you update.
>want to play factorio almost all the time>when I actually get to do it I play for minutes then quit>but enjoy watching streams of people playing itWhat's wrong with me bois? Is this what being a brainlet is all about?
>>331075943Just stream it.
>>331075943The knowledge that you need to commit makes you quit. Happens to me too, I want to play the game but right now I don't feel like I'm in the right mindset to commit for a few hundred hours of gameplay.
...yep, it's a German game all right.
Game still runs like shit on my PC, but hey. I can do that.
>>331076341Ye I think that's it. It does take energy to just imagine building factories. Alright, it's streaming time until I'm more relaxed.
>>331069204>OP still fuckedYou had one job
>>331079493Stream it yourself. I will watch it.
>>331084942>anon is willing to watch a loser fail at factorioThink you can aim a little higher, champ
>>331085067You're right, I'll be the loser instead.
>>331084796>Lego Race WarDidn't notice, my bad
any coop games but factorio?
>>331086247I think a fair number of the games here have co-op, just with varying degrees of success>SpengiesMore interesting than singleplayer, honestly the main attraction of the game. Less fucked than it used to be>StormworksA bit janky but we've had rallies with like 8 people that worked fine>BesiegeIt's there, but nobody uses it since not enough of us play regularly any more. Plus large maps and numbers of objects make the game tank frames a lot even in singleplayer so it's not worth it unless you've got good rigs>FtD...I think it does? At the very least you can up/download ship designs to play against AIs using other people's ships>Starship EVOI have no idea but I think it's SP only>Scrap MechanicYes, even had it back in alpha
>>331087430Space Engineers looks very interesting (especially C# scripting part), thank you, I'll try it.
>>331088203Beware the spengies for this game has no goal, once you do the optional block progression that you can disable in the save options you are left with nothing but your mind. It's not a problem for the first two or three times but then it hits you.Also don't play with friends on the other side of the globe, the netcode just werks at lower latency but it just doesn't with high ping.
>>331087430>SpengiesMP works but its like they break the game every other patch. I haven't played it in a few years but somehow we had a working drill on pistons in atmosphere without clang.>FtD multiplayer works, or did 2 years ago if it doesn't now>Starship EVOIt had a demo of MP years ago, no idea how it is now. Its weird that skywanderers changed their name. I hope the dev continues updating the game because its kind of cool looking but there isn't enough there for me to want to play yet.>>331088843This is pretty accurate. I usually add a bunch of cargoship mods and steal them for materials as a goal.
>>331088843Not him but thanks for the warning, l'm looking for a game to play with friends on the other side of the Atlantic after too many bugs in Satisfactory, and l was hesitating.
>>331090505Have you considered board games?
>>331090567Funny you mention that, they're buggering me to learn War40k.
>>331090505Then factorio is your best bet. You don't all have to be in the same location interacting with each other.
>>331090686>they're buggering me to learn War40kDamn, they didn't have to go that far
>>331089793FtD multiplayer still works
>>331090825Problem is that they're too casual to deal with limited ressources.And I just ascended from easy game to actually playing the way Factorio is meant to be played and actually fight biters.>>331090935?
I'm about to do something retarded
>>331093110I meant bugging. My bad. English is weird, French is a lot simpler.
>>331074463>>331075427They really need to add a workshop or custom ship option, it's practically made for a game like this and it would extend it's replayability infinitely.
any good survival/egg games out there? At this point I'll take mods too. Maybe like Spengies but with something to actually do, or something like a mix of Ark and Spengies.
>>331093191>windows in the floor of the centripetal gravity ringDid you have a plan here, or did you just slap those crew modules down without thinking and now you're too lazy to rotate them all?
>>331091468>>331093373Don't feel bad, the English can't even speak English. Anyway, Tabletop Simulator might work for board games. For Factorio's limited resources, you could just up the sliders so the deposits are more rich.>>331093796Empyrion maybe. Hopefully other anons have more ideas because I'm interested too.
>>331093796I want to say ATLAS, but honestly, mentioning ARK just makes me realize how much I want to love that game despite how shitty it is.
>>331093918>planI'm going to throw this thing at Duna and hope for the best
>>331093951Yeah, I got Tabletop Simulator a while ago. It's not /egg/ so I won't bring it up any further.As for Factorio, well, it's not a problem for me since the map is pretty much infinite, but it bothers my friend, so it's totally out of question.Either TS or the devs fix all of Satisfactory's bugs.
>>331085525That's the spirit!...are you in eu?
>>331094398And I'm at work. Kill me.
>>331094721I'm european too, how do we become steam friends without me leaving my steam profile here?
>>331095085If you can wait until I'm done, I can post my steam name here. I doubt anyone care, honestly, I did it a few times.
>>331095351Ye sure, just let me know when you're free
>>331096603Don't hold your breath, I have around 10 hours of work.
>>331069204if you think about it, a bot like that could actually be used in either funny and devious ways, or ways that actually make sense. Say there's an asshole cyclist on the road who acts like he's top shit. Now imagine if the bot detects this, follows him, and while he's not looking, the bot steals the bike. Have fun being an asshole cyclist with no bicycle. Additionally, this kind of bot could be used to repark bikes away from areas where they shouldn't be, like the people who can't seem to accept that there's a bike rack 10 meters away from them.
>>331094369There has to be an engineering tabletop game somewhere
>>331098916I'd be more surprised if there isn't. But it'd likely be random trash, like "roll 1D6, if you roll a 6, you progress your rails, anything else and you don't".
>Factory takes like 50% of the time to build as it takes to fulfill the product requirements>Don't care
>>331069204>let the thread get archived before reaching bump limit editionhow are you this retarded and still plays egg?
>>331100252Yeah! How dare you play games instead of shitposting on 4chan and be miserable like the cucks at /gsg/ or the /alter/ retards?
>>331077929>>331078047>>331078205Is this even /egg/?
If there are Logistics Vessels in both the supplying and demanding Interstellar Logistics Stations, which one will actually send the vessel?
>>331100252It's a sign that we're not circlejerking for the sake of it and/or overcrowded, see high-speed generals for reference
Question for the couple of guys with VR, have any either of you done 3D modelling with compatible programs? I imagine it must be a hell of a lot easier positioning things with those controls, if less precise
>>331101929No, anon, this isn't a coomer general. We don't do modeling here, only CAD.
>>331103619>inb4 someone posts a robot looking like an inflatable sex doll with boobs and a dick-sucking mouth
>>331104376It probably wouldn't take too much effort to assemble existing sex toys with the same scale, the hard part would be a body to fit them
>>331104926I'm sure I could make somethng awful and shitty in Besiege, with a robot having its legs spread and a piston pumping up between its legs.
Done automating the lights on my farm, god I love ICs. I can also easily expand it to up to 3 more lights.
>>331104376>implying form is the priority instead of functionality
>>331106369May I ask what game is this or am I gonna get a shitstorm?
https://www.strawpoll.me/42913188/the german meme continues: are you german?
>>331107026I'm curious as well, I think that guy posted in the last thread too, but refused to name the game. I think it's Astronomeer but honestly I'm not sure.
>>331106446>too embarrassed to do it themselves>implying a machine would make it better
Need more of something? Just fucking double it
>>331107026>>331107841Stationeers. The guy is an autist and never answers. Don't get it, there's way too much tedium to make it fun.
>>331108023It doesn't matter if you're embarrassed. The nurses just strap you to the machine and it rapes you.
>>331108190Cant the nurse just do it herself?
>>331108287If they could find someone willing to fuck the patients, do you really think they'd pay for a machine?
>>331107910Nice. >>331108174Aw shit. I hoped for a game that'd let me farm AND have some /egg/ to it.
>>331108398I guarantee a low rate hooker would cost less than that machine
>>331108918Once maybe, most hookers would expect to be paid at least in crack
>>331108421If it wasn't for the constant tool switching it would probably be better.
>>331106446>"replicates a human vagina in terms of temperature, wetness and amount of light">amount of lightWat
>>331109069I guess I'll keep playing Vintage Story to satisfy my lust for farms.
>>331109365Spotted the virgin who never got blinded by a vagina. Where do you think that Dragon Ball attack comes from?>still better to be raped by a machine than pegged by a nurse
>>>331108174>Aw shit. I hoped for a game that'd let me farm AND have some /egg/ to it.Mhh hellö?streamable.com/8bl53p
>>331109695I dunno man I'd say it's up to personal taste hereand of course why not both
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>>331108398Just add pegging to a nurse's duty. It's common knowledge nurses can't hold down relationships, so it shouldn't be an issue
>>331111049I think the machine should also shove a light plastic dildo up your ass and a third one in your mouth.
>>331109542How good is it?>>331110484I need to know the name of this game, please.
>>331111259>How good is it?Imagine Minecraft, but on steroids, with a better tutorial.You have no tutorial, but you have a complete handbook explaining everything, so information isn't a problem.However, looking for ore is still a huge piece of shit, and because of the progression system... Well, to put it simply, I made my house near an iron mine, and I can't use mine it because I have no cooper and no bronze pickaxe.Cooking and crafting is genuinely fun, though.
>>331111621>with a better tutorial.>You have no tutorial...I didn't proofread this before clicking on "post", did I?
>>331106446Fuck, where do i get one of those?Do i need to fake that i own a hospital or some shit?
>>331114616Do what everyone else does for medical equipment, wait until one gets abandoned for no reason and steal the stuff they always leave behind
>>331116490>implying anyone would leave THAT behindeven the god damn janitor is probably eyeing that bitch
>>331108174I always answer, I just don't watch the threads all the time so sometimes there's a delay of a few hours. I also haven't posted in a while so you're probably thinking of someone else.>>331108421It's not as bad as the other guy made it seem. The tool switching starts off really annoying but you get used to it. It's probably my favourite /egg/ game simply because of how many buttons you get to push.
Is crushing really the only way to get rid of coal easily in space exploration? My other idea was coal liquefaction and a fluid burner which would also take quite a bit of space. Burning it for power isn't a good option either. My mining outposts won't use anywhere near what that many turbines would provide.
>>331101078I think delivery flights take priority over fetching flights, but it's never been an issue.
>>331124567Coal liquefaction works pretty well, it cut my oil consumption from oil wells by about 60% and I have no excess coal anymore.The setup is somewhat complex, you need to account for liquefaction overfilling your petrol and blocking oil from core miners if you have low usage atm, liquefaction eating up all the coal, steam source, doubling or even tripling your heavy oil -> light oil -> petrol conversion and backup crushers for coal anyways if you have too low petrol usage.I have set it up but dunno if it's worth it.If you have nuclear it simply isn't worth burning too.
>>331124567Burning it is the way to go. That many core extractors should burn infinite coal, don't know what you're talking about. Alternatively put them up on a separate circuit with the big meteor guns, it'll happily drain away tons of power too.
speedrunners would launch rocket around this time
>>331132120Speedrunners also can't enjoy the game anymore.
Any factorio mod for packing items into crates? I tried using Deadlock's mods, but the crating only compresses items for better belt throughput(200 plates get packed into 5 crates of 40, with a stack size of 5). Is there any other mod that would allow crating to actually increase stack sizes? It would be really useful for rockets in space exploration.
>>331132120speedrunners play on predetermined seed, so everything is mapped out from the startIt is the worst kind of speedrun
I am tired, have long since lost track of most of the sources/destinations of the belts and should be playing something not involving logistics
>>331106446Seems like something easy to make.
>>331136105Hail, tech-brother. What kind of factory is that?
>>331135335>speedrunners play on predetermined seedWhy do they do it to themselves?Why compels them to speedrun, it can't be fun, there is nothing fun about speedrunning like this.
>>331138212people will speedrun anything.i.e. graveyard keeper
>>331138212Because they strive for perfection.Don't try to understand it. Just watch and be awed by the dedication.
>>331106446Why not make something thats better than a woman?If they made the best succ machine the world has ever seen it would sell like crazy.
>>331138095One that was trying to make a product that's basically three layers of the same shape, but with a number of inputs that doesn't divide by three because I thought through the production process wrong.It already made most of the level requirements so I don't care any more, I'll delete it tomorrow
>>331136105this game could use some colors
>>331139963I guess a few of the buildings could be a set colour each, to make them a bit easier to parse in large numbers. There's an incremental game called Factory Idle that has fairly bright colour coding for its stuff and it's quite useful there (although I haven't played it in ages, since it's an idle game where you have to have it open for the numbers to go up which is pretty irritating when you're waiting to afford something that's taking more than a day)
>>331098916Late to the party but what-fucking-ever.Almost every tabletop game is an engineering tabletop game if you play it as one.Just take the tools you have available and try to work with or around the existing rules, and invent new ones as you go.Having an enabling DM is a welcome bonus.
>>331135335>speedrunners play on predetermined seedThat has to be just one category, surely. I think I've seen people running default settings Factorio and even death world too.
>>330965192I played it with a brainlet friend and it was a lot of fun and worked fine, it even gave me some gmod sandbox feels when fucking around and embedding youtube screens on ridiculous spinning turrets. I've asked around here a couple of times if anyone was interested and only got total silence.
>>331146174You'll need a very particular group for that kind of thing to work. Most DMs and even players will get tired of your shit. Using what you have at your disposal in a clever way through quick thinking is one thing, plopping an autistic blueprint on the table in an attempt to break all balance is another. It kills the pace and a lot of people will resent you for it.
>>331146539https://www.speedrun.com/factorio#Default_Settingshttps://www.speedrun.com/factorio#Default_Settings_MPhttps://www.speedrun.com/factorio#100These are the three categories where you can't choose a map seedThere's also Deathworld, but it's an extended category with literally 2 runs in itany% is roughly 1 hour faster than default
>>331147418The "arrowhead of total destruction" isn't particularly autistic or broken. It should be expected that if putting a portable hole in a bag of holding opens a rift to the astral plane that people are going to look for a way to exploit this. But it's expensive, and doesn't actually destroy anything, only sends them to the astral plane. It's not completely retarded like a human railgun or something.
>>331148256nefrums > antianti seems like a child
>>331149091I wasn't talking about the arrow itself as much as the idea of doing stuff like that in general. Again it depends on your group, but if some guy busts out a schematic or a verbose explanation of some machine they've imagined in their head everyone else either has to listen to them ramble on for far longer than it's worth or if they're less polite they tell him to shut up. Not engineering related but I'll use it as an example anyway; the game exalted has a mechanic called stunts which gives the players a small advantage to any roll they make of they add a cool little flourish to it. So instead of saying "I hit the zombie with my sword" the player might say "I slash the zombie across his chest" and gain a small bonus for it. It's meant to make the players get into the game more and describe cool actions. You can also get bigger bonuses if you do something particularly cool, like attempt to swing on a chandelier and leap onto an enemy across the room. But an absolute rule of these stunts is KEEP THEM SHORT. It's repeated everywhere, from the books to the forums or wherever. Because even though you might think up something that you believe is really cool and awesome in your head, the other people at the table don't want everything to be interrupted for you to rattle off your script which probably isn't half as good as you think it is anyway. Complex magical devices are the same, most people don't want to hear you describe your engineering plans and if someone pokes a hole in your logic it could make the bit drag on for even longer as you attempt to correct it.
>>331151080"Don't ever do something that would be absolutely devastating if used against you" is a nice golden rule of playing Dwarves & Dead elves
>>331098916The new World of Darkness has a fanbook about Geniuses and whatever robots they can build.
>>331138624>by the awedtism
>>331101078The one supplying. You can have unpowered interstellar's on a planet that demand a resource from another on a different planet and it'll function.
>>331136105>I awaken and stare into the maw of the beast>All I see is whirring gears, turning wheels and all I hear is the sound of automation>I don't understand how it works anymore>All I know is it does. >I hope nothing breaks it.
>>331158787Wasn't there a /x/ post like that, where a guy reported dreaming of a factory and how he felt observed whenever he tinkered with it?
The recent hardspace posting got me to reinstall since initial release.Am I retarded or is there still no way to safely equalize pressure on geckos? At least the new ship has airlocks everywhere.Not sure if I like the new barge that does not require detaching components. Sure it is convenient but dropping entire internal frame as is feels like cheating.
>>331163076Dunno, but I have a couple of questions too. Like, how do you detach components that are attached together? Is it even possible, or am I meant to accept that it's impossible to 100% a ship?
>>331163545No idea. I just drop all non-detachables into the processor.
>>331163883Same, honestly. But I'm a bit afraid by the slow progress. You need at least 500 000$ per shift to make even.
>>331163076Opening a door to let the air out is a 'safe' depressurisation.Stinger-ing a full panel to let the air out is an 'unsafe' depressurisation.Cutting a panel in half to let the air out is an explosion.The fact that doors automatically close when you cycle the atmosphere regulator means that in 90% of cases, if there's more than one adjacent compartment with air, you're just gonna have to open a door.>>331163545You always need to cut something to split compartments, and it's not always yellow cut points.>>331163970Money is irrelevant. You want to maximise LT gain per shift.
>>331165674>You always need to cut something to split compartments, and it's not always yellow cut points.Oh, I see.>>331165674>Money is irrelevantI dunno, some of the mails you get when you make a new character hit me a bit too close to home.
anon here who got tricked by autists to play space exploration factorio despite being low iq. I could use some advice>no plan, just going with gut feelings>main bus works so far but have to supply it through additional feeds down the line so stuff like green cards don't get too thin>started with a small 48x48 grid in the north for 1 wagon trains>started a large 100x100 grid in the south>both run smooth for small productions so far>can't decide with one for core miningthe small grid will probably bottleneck on the long run, but the large grid eats up tons of space on a probably 60% water map. how do fellow brainlets deal with this mod?
>>331166597>I could use some adviceFuck belts, the swarm conquers allFuck your starting planetInstall that orbital ion cannon modFind a nice tiny bot-friendly moonEven the tiniest moon is way more space than you'll ever needLaser all the biters off itIt your moon nowEnjoy your cheapass launch dv
>>331166089Roleplay all you want but focusing on LT lets you stop the rental payments on equipment.
>>331167784off to space I am then, I hate my home anyways
>>331138212One of the few instincts humanity might still have left compared to animals is optmization and improvement.We're irrationally willing to suffer a number of things for hours if it means we can consistently do something 5% better. And if your rational side is just off, trying to escape reality or in agreement with this then your autism becomes a force to be reckoned with.
Soyuz MS-18 launch to ISS soon2 Russian cosmonauts and 1 American astronaut will be the crew for Expedition 65, a 6 month stay on ISS.NASA stream in ca. 75 minuteshttps://youtu.be/SobHsVuwpgIRoscosmos stream in ca. 30 minuteshttps://youtu.be/mtV6kyKvlpk
bump you fucking animals BUMP !!
>>331191693Sorry, I'm currently too busy watching /k/ go supercritical
>>331192827Waco field agent glowie gun grabber got promoted head of ATF ahead of gun grabbing season.It is possible but not confirmed to be one of the poster boys that got a photo of himself posing over the smoldering remains of their handiwork.
>>331096841So? Did you forget?
>>331093796Empyrion or modded minecraft
Why do people in Factorio always take their time and make (relatively) big bases with little to no tech? It's all gonna be useless in a few tech researches, so wtf. I always rush the construction robots and it takes so little to do that.
>>331138974>Why not make something thats better than a woman?I believe it's in our race's best interest to keep women competitive, at least until we come up with a new method of reproduction.
>>331200903>Why do people in Factorio always take their time and make (relatively) big bases with little to no tech?Because it's fun.
>>331200903My fetish is making bases with as tiny footprint as possible.Not so small that I'd have to replace parts constantly, but just reasonable compactness and absolutely no wasted space.
>>331093796Empyrion, especially its Project Eden (mod) campaign.
>>331181201>cosmonauts and (...) astronautsthat's redundant
>>331203990Ruskis are called cosmonauts to remind us that they're russians. Cold war retardation that stuck around for no good reason.Personally I like the term cosmonaut better.
>>331203990It's just a matter of courtesy to refer to spaceflight personnel by the name they use themselves.Remember, this isn't something sily like your gender.And someday soon we will get Indian crewed launches, too.They will be unintentionally hilarious, adn I wil be here to to show you.
This train is driving me crazy. I was being a lazy bastard, so i decided to load up all the stuff needed for my walls onto a single train. I used the inventory sensor mod to read the wagon contents, and then wired up some inserters/loaders. I expect some overloading, but the train gets loaded every time it pulls up into the supply station, regardless of the contents. So a train with 30 turrets in it(10 over the wire condition) will load 30 more turrets every time it stops. FUCKING WHY?!
>>331211060>use a mod>mod doesn't work>complain about mod not workingm8 you can just reserve slots in the wagonalso why do you event need a train when you've got such a stupid amount of inventory slots?
>>331211434Right, forgot about reserving slots.But the mod does work. The loading stops, once it loads 2 scoops in.Also, I hate fiddling with the inventory all the time, so i just give myself 300 extra slots, bite me.
>>331172791It's not roleplay, I just sympathize with someone who has sick parents.
I desretardized the station so it can actually exist without imploding itself.
>>331221820Messing Around in Kerbal?
>>331221892Not really. This thing is going to Duna so ships can refuel and go further
>>331167784>tilted solar panels squareWhat a mad lad
How am I supposed to depressurize crawlspace when there are no doors leading there?Just blow the engine section away?
>>331236125I think the crawlspace shares atmosphere with the cabin or engine room, doesn't it?If it doesn't, you can keep the cabin under pressure, cut out a panel while inside to make them the same space, and then depressurize
>>331236125Your airlock is here. You might have to open the outer hull to reach it?
>>331236763Airlock leads to the cockpit-cabin-engine central line. Usually there is a door in engine room leading to the crawlspace but on some ships there is none.>>331236713I guess I should have done that.
>>331237128Yeah, but you just need to unpressurize the main hull, afterward it's far less dangerous.Not sure how pressure is a danger anyway. I mean, I get it's a danger if you're inside while it's pressurized, but if you're outside, what happens if you unpressurize the ship suddenly?
>>331237328>what happens if you unpressurize the ship suddenly?Shit can fly at you at high speeds killing you, or even worse is it can fly into other potentially explosive components destroying them making you less money.
>>331237530OH NONOT THE MONEY
>>331237328Depressurization can shake away the reactor or fuel/coolant cans
>>331237691And that's bad because?
>>331237814You said "shake away". Not "be sent flying to the furnace".
>>331211060Never used that mod, what you're experiencing probably has something to do with how the mod works. That being said, there is no need to use a mod for what you're trying to achieve, you could>use the inventory filters to limit how many slots of whatever item you want in the wagonor>connect a wire to the train stop, click on the train stop and enable the "Read train contents" option or whatever it was called
>>331237940I think the core explodes if it's out of the socket for a certain amount of time and you don't throw it in the collector
>>331238909Oh shit. I didn't understood, I though it zapped you as long as it was out of its socket.
>>331236125Re-pressurize the cabin, go in and cut a hole in the wall between the cabin and the crawlspaces, de-pressurize the cabin again.
>>331221041Classic. It's great when a user complains that their printer isn't working and I go to find it plugged like this. Who's idea was it to make them fit like that
Shapez needs an indicator on the slicers/quarter-painters to say which quarter is which in/output, I can never remember without testing them
>Hook up production line all at once, as usual>Check the graphs once they start delivering>32/s>Neat, probably just the initial wave before the 'buffer' runs out though>Still 32Damn, that's better than normal. Guess I didn't skimp on anything for once
>start up game>excited to build my new factory>suddenly ask myself what the point of doing it is>quitI do this every couple of days, I haven't actualy progressed past a few hours per world in months
>>331221434I hate this. I hate knowing the colors that are involved in this. I hate knowing how much fingerfuckery was snip-snapped in a second. I hate you.
Starting a new game, I haven't played in almost a year.I think I'm going to grab space exploration for starters, it does look fun.Any other fun mods that work with space exploration?Please, don't give me pointless tendium.Any good QoL mods came out? Is LTN still King for train networks?Are there any mod that make bitters stronger that actually work yet?My last experience with bitter mods was terribly buggy.
>>331074001Keep at it mate. Not wasting money on clones are you?>>331100589I went in hoping it was, but it's not nearly as autistic as I was hoping. The larger ships have larger reactors that are attached to fuel / coolant lines. If things are taken apart in the wrong order, a chain reaction might cause it to blow. The systems aren't complex. The problems aren't complex. It's fun, and immersive but I wouldn't call it /egg/.
>>331256741>Not wasting money on clones are you?Did it once because I didn't understood you could use your hands to stop and I broke my helmet, panicked, and didn't figure out how to buy more dioxygen.
anyone wants to comfy friend up in stationeers?
well i guess i'll just die
>>331266312What the fuck did you do?
>>331266759was playing on beta branch but the decay rate just makes it unplayable
>>331267151Oh so it's not in the main game yet? Thank god, I panicked for a second there and was about to toss my food storage out into space to freeze it. Roughly how long does it take to rot in the beta build?
>>331267659i only just started out, like 5-10 days
>>331267218>signs say 12'4"did they raise the bar?
>>331268836Yeah, the bridge got raised a while ago. There are less collisions now, but not because the number of idiots has decreased.
>>331267962That wouldn't really be that bad if it only spoiled in above zero degree temperature environments. So keeping it in the vacuum is fine, or you can build a freezer. Making it spoil in the vacuum is retarded though.
Any graveyard keeper players ?I'm 20 hours in but i gotta be real, i'm fucking lost.
I never should have loaded my save into the interactive map. Now I know that everything is slightly tilted. Also never try to transport fluids with trains in Satisfactory. It's not worth it.
>>331254987I'm doing a Krastorio2+space exploration run currently and they're both made to work together nicely. I'm using armored biters and AAI programmable vehicles which prevents you from placing turrets close to biter nests. You basically have to make vehicles to clear out nests which was pretty fun at first. Now that I'm facing huge strong biters my vehicles that were already squishy die almost instantly. Apparently you can equip them with shields and shit so I need to look into automating that as well if I want to take out nests easily.
>>331274621Programmable vehicles sound fun, I'm gonna grab that along with armored biters.I have already started, I don't want to add more pointless tendium, AAI seems to add enough of that.Does Krastorio 2 add something fun other than new buildings and production chains and can I add it after I started and have basic industry?
>>331278539Krastorio 2 adds new materials/recipes so I'm not sure if it will work if you just shove it into a new game. I didn't try "vanilla" space ex so I can't be 100% positive if it would break your save or not. If you don't want extra building chains and more materials to worry about you're better off just continuing as you are.
>>331221434>tfw recrimped the ethernet flowing from the bottom of my house to the top because the wires are all broken apart yesterday>tfw it doesn't fucking work despite the tester confirming a complete circuit and the untwisted part isn't too long.I hate networking, you fuck up the crimp the entire thing has to be cutoff. and i'm complaining about just one cable.
>>331266312>>331267151Does it look like they're going to unfuck the thirst mechanic anytime soon? I turned mine down to 0.5 and I'm still chugging water like a fat guy at the gym. If we pissed 99% of it back out for recycling that'd be fine, but right now it's a literal drain on everything.
>>331279398bruh, I just got my old IT job back following the covid furlough, and they're still low on people so everybody is taking on multiple jobsa network guy is actively leaving, and the guy who handled the mobile phones just left. If they make me do either of those things I'm gonna just go stock shelves, fuck those two facets of IT support in particular
Posting this for no particular reason
>>331278974I'll give it a shot.I wanted to restart anyways to tweak some map generation settings, I misunderstood how those Space Exploration resources work.
>>331280917i guess they did, not much though
>>331281458>Temperatures that are too cold will speed up the decay process (such as being in a vacuum)Welp, looks like pretty soon I'm going to have to find a new game to play for a bit while they realize what a fucking stupid notion this is. Seeds last years when kept in dry conditions, centuries when carefully deep-frozen, and vacuum-stored food should last basically forever.
>>331282246Worlds AdriftThe best /egg/ that got killed by retarded devsAlthough it was just brought to my attention that "Voids Adrift" is basically a clone that will hopefully be released eventually™
>>331282549>Voids Adriftdamn that's a shame, looked promising
>>331283083What do you mean? It's still happening™
>>331281289Just so you know each world has a limited size. It's not like in vanilla where you can keep exploring and find richer and richer nodes. The homeworld is big enough to reach the rocket stage easily but you'll want to expand to other planets to get large amounts of any one resources. Like this anon pointed out >>331167784
>>331282268Yeah... I know why they did it but it's a stupid way of doing it. Icy vacuum should be enough to preserve it. If they want to keep people from just using a vacuum all the time it'd make more sense that food is only edible within certain temperature ranges.
>>331281458but what about sun period modifiercan it go above '2'?
>>331101382>>331100363well for one, you're both retarded because previous thread did in fact reach bump limit....
>>331282268Bizarre. I plant tomatoes every year and still sometimes use seeds that are several years old. Pic related stores them at negative temperatures for years.
>>331266312lmao, guess I'll die too when I begin playing it again
>>331270229>Any graveyard keeper players ?I played it way back when it was released, I thought it was pretty lacking to be honestfyi, not /egg/ at all, unless you're a brainlet, also how the fuck do you manage to get lost in it?
>>331283808as sorry, meant Worlds adrift
>>331277029>>331281458nice>>331282268>>331284542>icy vacuum is perfect for conservationis that true tho?I mean it sounds like a stupid ONI mechanic,actually preserving seeds in a freezer vault is fine, but food will decay in other ways in too low temperaturesfor one the molecular structure may actually breakdown from being too compressed (talking about really cold liquid nitrogen temps here)second, being in vacuum doesn't mean at all being frozen solid, much less it means being isolated from any decaying factors
>>331281458That's close enough to my 0.5, and it's bearable. Venus has some sparse ice, but the reliable water source is hydroponics-derived O2 burned in an H2 combustor. Which works, but it needs a sizeable greenhouse to support it because you're throwing fifty mols of water away every time you fill your bar. BTW, 1 mol of oxygen makes 1 mol of water. 2 H2 + 1 O2 => 1 H2O, that's just good mathing!>>331284542If they want to keep people from using a vacuum, they can just make actions while in a spacesuit slow enough to make you want to shuck it off as soon as you can. IRL astronauts are slow as fuck to do anything, mostly from an abundance of caution but also because working in a spacesuit really sucks.
>>331286212>is that true tho?Basically. The key is getting rid of the oxygen, keeping it in the dark, and inhibiting anaerobic growth. The longest-duration studies we have are from the Mormons, who are sometimes hardcore preppers for some religious reason I don't remember or give a shit about, who've found that dried wheat in a nitrogen or co2 atmosphere will last entirely unchanged, with viable seeds, for at least as long as the fifty years or so they've been doing it.The effects you describe from freezing are actually damage from ice crystal formation, not the temperature itself. Once something is frozen, "too low" temperature doesn't mean a damn thing.
>>331282549>a clone that will hopefully be released eventually™Neat, I was interested in the original but managed to miss it so this could be nice, the steam page only shows images of the islands though.
>>331281383>>331281173Ahhh worlds adrift, played solo only, exploring some of these island was pretty comfy.too bad they tried to fix the biggest issues the game had when nobody was playing anyway, minutes before completely pulling the plug.>pic relatedmy most beloved flying whale.
Haven't played chinktorio since it came out, did it get any better?
>>331286212>being in vacuum doesn't mean at all being frozen solid, much less it means being isolated from any decaying factorsActually, that means exactly that there are no decaying factors around. No external bacteria or oxygen, only ionizing radiation and whatever organisms that happened to be inside the package. The latter is not that much of a problem even on Earth.>for one the molecular structure may actually breakdown from being too compressedDoubt so. In chemistry stuff usually doesn't fall apart at lower temperatures than it formed. At least not quickly. The examples exist but I struggle to remember. But the general rule is that the rate of chemical transformation is exponentially dependent on the temperature. So even if a substance is unstable, it will take a while for it to decompose. Quick search yields that many proteins denaturate somewhere below zero, but somehow that doesn't introduce problems with deep freezing foods.
>>331302185Better mods. No new content.
>>331301667What bothered me the most is that I ended up happily playing solo most of the time, never seeking PVP combat, just visiting others on islands and trading my salvaged goods when it seemed safe.I could have played that game in singleplayer forever, I wouldn't care much if the servers closed and updates stopped, but I don't even get to play on my own. A lot of devs have annoyed me but they're the only ones I will actively avoid from now on.
>>331200903>rush robots>build rest of/replace entire factory with requester -> assembler -> provider setups randomly scattered aroundSounds like the easy way out
partial spaghetti is the superior aesthetic
>>331281289Might be better to not include krastorio though - it sequence breaks orbital science. In regular space ex you need to make an orbital lab and send science up to research beacons and higher, but in krastorio you don't have to leave the planet to get most research.Krastorio also has ways of efficient infinite resource generation, so there's even less of a reason to ever leave your home planet.
Why are there almost no tutorials on making wheeled mining vehicles in Space Engineer? Is flight really so superior?
>>331316204>Is flight really so superior?Yes, is by far less prone to glitching and bugging.
>>331316204Given the obscene mass the smallest of vehicles have even before filling them with ore, yes. Travelling at anything over 10m/s will send you careening through the air from the slightest bump in the terrain, and without a gyroscope (adding even more mass) your chances of landing upright are slim at best.
>>331316204>Is flight really so superior?Yes. It's so bad that a welder is almost required on large vehicles or you'll lose a tire sooner or later from stupid damage.
>>331196074Ok so it's BULLY_HUNTER_03
>>331281458>keeping food cold makes it decay fasterWhat the fuck were they thinking?
>>331281458As if the game wasn't tedious enough>water>food>batteries/electricity>air filters>oxygen>waste tanknow the fucking food spoils
>>331320532>imagine needing food and water Laughs in Space Engineers
>>331320803You can play as a robot which doesn't need any off that except electricity but that kind defeats whole point of the game
>>331320532I don't have a problem with most of those because they get used up really slowly.>foodCan go several days without it, a single can of food can fill you up like 4 or 5 times.>batteriesA bit more annoying, only lasts about two days. But you should be able to infinitely recharge them easily>air filtersA set of three last weeks, unless you have impure oxygen and need a mix of them, but even then they last about a week>oxygenLast an eternity, you only need to refill it after like 5 or so hours of gameplay>waste tankAlso lasts ages and is the easiest to fix, just open itWater is fucked though, it's not hard to get because you drink a really small amount but you need to chug the stuff constantly.
>>331321936Water and food should be automatically dispensed by straws in the suit.
>>331320532i don't have a problem with more survival mechanicswhat i do have a problem with is that the early game is turning into a speedrun
>>331281173Good game, very fun, sadly shit design on pvp killed all interest on it.
>>331196074>>331319547Completely forgot, sorry.
>>331288740>>331302541>The key is getting rid of the oxygen, keeping it in the dark, and inhibiting anaerobic growth.>No external bacteria or oxygen, only ionizing radiation and whatever organisms that happened to be inside the package. The latter is not that much of a problem even on Earth.But that's precisely what was not proposed there, for one vacuum in space is not the same as a sterile nitrogen/CO2 atmosphere, and radiation is precisely what could be the damaging factor there, and there is also the question of cellular structure considering the plant/seed is sort of a living organismremember space bacteria is extremely rare and there one that hardy one organism we hypothesize is able to travel in asteroidsanother thing is that -200° =/= -20°C, and again we're talking about living organism where the DNA reproduction is entirely the point here, and also there is no packaging assumed as well
>>331319547Now you have to stream yourself playing it.
>>331282549>Although it was just brought to my attention that "Voids Adrift" is basically a clone that will hopefully be released eventually™any info on this?
>>331331695>any info on this?https://store.steampowered.com/app/1123160/Voids_Adrift/Not that Anon, but Voids Adrift really looks like a copy of it.
>>331331335>I can't read goodOh there's the problem. Seeds die in vacuum because everything dies in (prolonged) vacuum, which is why it should be great for food preservation, and also why the post you misread talked about freezing seeds and vacuuming food. You're welcome to bitch to the Stationeers devs that there ought to be differential preservation mechanisms based on biological viability, but we're talking about a game where a single tomato plant makes enough oxygen and food to support an adult human, so don't expect them to give a shit.
>>331331979>completely identical>right down to the multiplayer focus, which is what killed the last onewow, amazing
>>331331979>unavailable in your regionoh well,at least piracy is not region locked, so when it comes around you guys let me know
>>331326206The machine's been recommending shit like this to me too. Are you getting Thang and sorter videos too?
I have a horrific affliction of randomly right-clicking, it's fucking dangerous when playing factory/logistic gamesI think it's just because of my arm position resulting in slight extra pressure on my middle ight finger, maybe I should get a mouse with less sensitive buttons
>>331347437Actually after thinking about it, it could be due to:a) My middle finger naturally being longer than the indexb) The mouse design making the buttons sort of 'hinged' at the middle of the outer shell, and this makes the right button also longer (i.e. making a lever effect of less pressure required on the end where my finger meets it)
do i need steam version of factorio to link achieves with steam?
>Rocket production doing alright but too slow for my tastes (tiers have hit a point where they just use the same shapes in increasing numbers)>Copy/paste entire sections of factory>Plug it in, numbers doubleThere is a primal part of my engie brain that gets activated when number get big
Gonna paste these 50 SPM blueprints all round a deathworld until I hit FPS death.Any tips?
>>331355539>Any tipsPrepare more landfills and cliff explosives
>>331355539Figure out how to feed it all first, I guess?
>>331282268straight up retarded change. Canned food stored on a shelf will outlast whoever bought it, Raw food rotting away, sure. Processed food should last forever, would even make you want to process them quickly and even automate it.>>331284542easy fix, can only slurp liquid bagged food when the helmet is on. Want to store your shit in vacum, suit up fucko.
>>331069204Factorio question:When people say "1000 science per minute" do they literally mean 1k sci/min, or do they mean 984 sci/min - which is the maximum space science throughput for a single rocket silo?If it's the former, then do they just build a second rocket silo that is barely used?
>>331370162>then do they just build a second rocket silo that is barely used?yes
I think I found a Kovarex setup that I like, I'll probably use this one.>>331370162If they say 1k then they probably mean it and yeah, that means you need 2 silos since a single one is ever so slightly too slow due to the rocket animation.
>>331370162I would have said the latter
Why am I here, just to suffer ?
>>331069204I recently realized something and I'm not sure if it's common knowledge among Factorio players or if I stumbled upon a weird edge case.Turns out that inserters grabbing off an underground belt seem to grab more items than if they were grabbing off a regular belt. Is this widely known?
So for anyone, who followed, nobodylast time we tried to make a piston engine truck with:1/AWD2/diff locked3/would be able to pull freight at reasonable speed4/reasonably sized5/not TOO hardcore on component ( ignore the concrete blocks 3. normal concrete works perfectly aswell )After a few days of r&d we came up with thishttps://streamable.com/ctg9ln in creativeProblem arose after 20hours of fucking around survival and getting pic related as a result.Please notice the wobble on the logic gates, yes creative and survival have different physics simulation.Conclusion the fucking thing doesn't work in survival and creative can't be used to test things that'll be used in survival.After an update and renewed motivation we're going to attempt this challenge once again.Follow me on my stupid fucking journey. please?
>>331377492>creative and survival have different physics simulationThat really is the ultimate troll.
>>331373957I feel like I read about inserters interacting differently with undergrounds but I don't remember exactly what I read. What exactly did you find? How do they grab more? Are they quicker to pick up a certain amount of items? Or does it somehow fuck with the stack size on the inserter and allows it to hold more than it should?
>>331380270>>331377492Does survival add object damage, or is that in creative too?
>>331380270Made me quit the game for a good month so I guess, yeah.I already noticed the wobble early in building the engine, but while it ran it looked normal.https://streamable.com/ctg9lnThe problem is that connecting the engine to the cv joint just makes the whole thing shit itself.They updated the engine for survival but kept the creative one as is for fear of the stormworks effect.>>331384071I honestly don't know now with 0.5.0 since they've added mob capsules.Survival defo has all blocks damage and creative it used to be only cardboard ?Maybe probably creative has the same type of damage as survival since you can just rebuild a saved vehicle on the lift
>>331385597fuck me this one https://streamable.com/a4pkfr
>>331386743Thanks m8, first time I was fast enough
im thinking about creating a train system in factorio. something ala stm but vanilla.it goes like this>there are 4 stations>empty (shared between all items), supply, depo (shared), request>supply and request have 2 trains limit>train starts at empty, waiting>if producer station has full train of items, train goes there>then goes to depo station, waits>once requested, it goes to the request station>after unloading it goes back to empty stationthe reason empty station exists is because if there is no supply station available, it would not move from request station and block other trains.is this how it should be done?
>>331388030No. You'll have to wire up the entire length of your train network if you do that.Instead of having a depot, just use producer and requester stations. Train waits at producer until full, and requester until empty. Use circuits to only enable requester stations when they actually need resources or there's already a train parked there.Or just use LTM/STM instead of hurting yourself.
>>331381354>Are they quicker to pick up a certain amount of items?This, basically. I found that on a specific scenario with a certain beacon+module configuration, an assembler could be fed an ingredient from a North-South aligned stack inserter off an underground belt and keep up without pauses. If I tried the exact same setup but with a normal belt, it was not able to keep up and required a second inserter.
I'm thinking about doing train grid for all my production.Krastorio + AAI + Space Exploration are too complex for main bus, I need something more advanced.Has anyone tried doing this?I can't decide on size, is 100 an overkill?How small is too small?
>>331395537That's way too fucking small m8. Double or even triple it. You have infinite space to expand into and rail is cheap.
>>331396479I think it's decent middle ground between space lost to rails, useful space and grid flexibility.I can just cut out rails and join several grid sections if I need a lot of space for something.I have infinite space but I need to clear out biters, fill water and set up defenses whenever I expand so smaller grid seems like a better idea.I still need to decide on train size for LTN too.I'm thinking about 2~4 wagons for general purpose and 8+ for ore delivery.I'll sleep on it and decide tomorrow.>>331388030Use LTN, it's logistic network for trains and takes away most of the headache caused by setting up circuits to control trains.
>>331395537also if you're going to make that fucking mess of crossings, might as well just go with an easy round about system
>>331394793I can't seem to replicate it when testing, is this the orientation you mean? If anything, it looks like the one picking up from the normal belt is slightly faster. The lights turn on when there's more than 200 iron in the chest. If I leave it running the difference seems to be increasing, so pickup up off of normal belt seems slightly quicker.>>331388030What you're describing sounds like you want to control the train limit at least at the requesting station dynamically, not to have it set to 2. Also I'm not sure I like the idea of the empty and depot stations being shared. If they're shared, then presumably they're in some centralized location instead of being near the stations that actually need the trains, so you may end up with trains moving around more than necessary. I'm not sure the depo stations are necessary in the first place. Obviously idle trains need a place to wait (the "empty" stations), but once the train is full it should depart to wherever it is required and if it isn't required in the first place, then there's no need for it to leave the loading station in the first place, is there?The only reason to want a depo for full trains that I can imagine would be if loading were very slow and you'd want to "buffer" full trains so that if multiple are required at once they're ready to go. Large buffers are useful if you have slow supply and demand that comes in spikes, but that shouldn't really be the case here. Loading trains isn't slow, so as far as I can tell it should be perfectly fine to basically have the train schedule like EMPTY > PICKUP > DROPOFF since after the train leaves a pickup station an empty one will take its place and load in a matter of seconds.
>>331406396switch the belt directions
>>331406396At the risk of looking like an idiot, here is the clip of what I mean. Apologies, I don't feel like removing the audio and uploading it somewhere elsehttps://clips.twitch.tv/SlipperySmoggySardineFrankerZ-MdwjXubwuyZe8BDs
>>331408706Yeah, for a colliding belt like that the underground will obviously be faster. Inserters are not designed to pick up from the end of a belt like that, they're intended to grab passing items.
>>331409881Gotcha. Well, it can still be useful in niche cases, I guess
>>331407376Doesn't seem to make a difference to the results>>331408706Strange, can't replicate that either. Maybe it's somehow connected to the logic which controls when an inserter will actually feed a machine? Clearly it doesn't happen when feeding into a box.>>331409881>Yeah, for a colliding belt like that the underground will obviously be fasterNo, not really. Inserters work fine with this orientation. IIRC the only problem is if items are moving away from the inserter instead of towards it and even then I think it may only be an issue when the belt isn't compressed and you need high throughput.
>>331412893Did you test it with a yellow belt?
>>331412893Maybe he has inserter speed upgrades.
>>331414418No, I didn't have any on me so I didn't test. Looks like that's the reason, though. Looking at this it's obvious what's happening, it's not an issue of compression but the fact that the inserter refuses to touch the other lane on the belt, unless it's an underground. It doesn't matter for the faster belts since a single lane is fast enough to feed the inserter anyway (as fast as grabbing from the side of the belt) but it does for yellow belts. I wonder if this is actually a bug or intended behavior, seems kind of weird to be intended and it's very unintuitive to me that an inserter would refuse to consume from one of the lanes entirely.>>331417589I have all research finished on the map I took the webms from.
>>331419720It's not as much of refusing as it is that it's more efficient for the inserter to not move. Every inserter position prioritizes one fixed quarter of tile to grab from, it's more of an undesirable quirk than a bug.
>>331420719>it's more efficientHow exactly do you define efficiency? It is extremely strange to call it "efficient" when it is literally underperforming.
>>331421112For the arm I mean, it could either spin around trying to pick items the prettiest way possible, or it could stay still because the items roll in faster than it can turn. It stays there because it always starts scooping from that corner and it doesn't need to move to get a full stack.
>>331421634>or it could stay still because the items roll in faster than it can turnBut that is false, you can watch the webm I posted and see the other one grabbing from both lanes on the yellow underground, precisely because items ARE NOT rolling in faster than it can turn. You can see how the other one is moving over both lanes and you can see that it has much higher throughput as well, it moves 200 items way, WAY faster than the ""efficient"" behavior of the other one. I mean, the behavior is clearly fine for red and blue belts since those are fast enough anyway, but on a yellow belt it's completely illogical to have it wait instead of grabbing items from the other lane which is already available.The test starts at like 0:02 in the videoThe inserter on the yellow underground finishes at around 0:22The other one on regular yellow belt finishes at about 0:30, it's much slower because it's waiting instead of picking up from the other lane
Hardpoint Shipbreaker.So, if I got it right, you're meant to depressurize the main room, then the cockpit (forcefully), and then the airlock?
>>331423886That's how I always do it, yes.
>>331424598Okay, thanks. I had doubts, since I can't force the door open and depressurize everything at once. And the game hates when I open a pressurized room.
>>331424710By 'forcefully' I assumed you meant by opening the door. You should never need to cut anything to depressurise a section, unless you fuck up and rip a control panel off beforehand. How does the game 'hate' opening doors?
>>331424924No, I mean opening it with the console.I though I could just open all the doors, and then turn off the atmospheric compressor to gradually depressurize the whole ship at once, kinda like in FTL, instead of depressurizing a room and then having to see stuff flying around whenever I open a door.Given how many exclamations marks I get over my HUD whenever I open a door, I keep thinking I'm not doing it right.
>>331425250You should only need to door-decompress once per ship. Getting close to a door and pointing your cursor at it will tell you if it's DANGERous to open, and there's also a scanner mode than shows pressurisation, though I've never bothered using it. Safely decompressing as much as possible is the intended puzzle, and the rest can be solved by getting into the pressurised section and opening all the interior doors, then a single exterior one.Cockpits are always a bitch to depress, since they only have one door. I just scoot in, grab collectables, scoot out again, vac out the adjacent room and open the door. I never have problems with damaged components.You only really need to worry when you've got cooland and/or fuel lines running through pressurised areas. Use regulators in those sections to vac them out, never open a door or you might have a bad time.
>>331425250Pretty much.If you try to depressurize an entire large ship at once you'll probably end up blowing out the sides when something explodes. Try to only do one room at a time and make sure there's no explosives drifting around before you do. Basically do this>>331425995
>>331425995>>331426180So I'm actually doing it the way it's intended? I was sure I was doing it wrong the entire time.And also, how do I cut level 2 cutting points? I can't seem to be able to upgrade my cutter.
>>331274783Fucking five star post
>>331426619The super expensive pieces of shit that I'm under legal obligation to not sue Lynx whenever an incident happen?Wouldn't demolition charge cause, like, a huge explosion?
>>331426780Yes, and yes, but only on a flat plane somehow. Space magic I guess.
>>331427529I don't get it, but I'll try.
>>331429123I don't get it.
>>331423886You're supposed to use atmosphere controllers to pressurise or vent before opening doors. Once all the internal doors are open, setting one controller to vent should vent the entire ship. But that takes too long, so usually you just open the door and stand out of the way of the stream of flying debris. A pressure differential doesn't really matter for smaller rooms, so long as the main interior space is vented before you start cutting the ship apart.
>>331430390>setting one controller to vent should vent the entire shipLast time I played, triggering an atmo regulator caused all the doors in the room to close, and if you broke or removed the doors, or breached the room in any way, the regulator just did nothing.
>>331429256It's an automated station for building supply delivery
>>331430390I dunno, I tried that, it just locks all the door. The only trick I found is to open the airlocks the last.
How exactly are productivity bonuses supposed to work in Factorio? I've been trying to set up Kovarex and had something which seemed to work well, both for 41 and also 42 U235 output, but after I let it run for a while I noticed that the productivity bonus get desynced, so instead of producing 42 U235 it first produces 41 and then another 1 early during the next cycle. After that I checked some other builds with 20% productivity and noticed that they're also not synchronized, though at 20% I'd expect 1 bonus cycle every 5 normal cycles.
>>331436970Gives you one free shit after 5 are produced. Or something.
>>331437021Yeah that's what I thought, but apparently not. Sometimes it gives me 1 free shit in the middle of a production cycle. That makes sense if it's 40% or something like that since 100 isn't evenly divisible by 40, but with 20% I'd expect 1 bonus in 5 cycles but apparently not. I mean it's around that, but shit gets desynced randomly and that interferes with my Kovarex build, since it's expecting 41 or 42 output.
Bonus productivity bar builds up as the machine runs, gives extra output once it's full. Obviously however they've coded 20% isn't exactly 20%.
>>331437187So it's normal then and with Kovarex I suppose I have to suck it up and adapt to it, doesn't matter much anywhere else.
>steam vent being that close to spawn point now>polluted water now emits polluted oxygen at a faster rate than the oxygen diffuserWhat a weird DLC. And yes, it's buggy as fuck as usual because Klei can't into bugfixing.>>331377492>>331385597Last time I tried scrap mechanics was maybe 6 months ago. I'm still waiting around 1 year before going back to it because it has way too many bugs and questionable designs. And by reading your posts it still seems they keep on taking retarded decisions.
>>331395537this was my 100x100 city block krastorio. i enjoyed this base
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4B0i0VzXuAAnother case of people who actually know what they're doing improving the machine
>>331439468That lip is totally going to get worn down to uselessness.
>>331440107compared to everything else needing assloads of moving parts, it's probably the one that'll last longest
>>331440721wood is softer than metalI guarantee that within 5 videos he'll notice the problem and have to dump itor have to cnc it out of plastic
>>331438796How often you encountered deadlocks?
>>331441063only deadlocks i had was because of ltn. 1 station can take up to 3 trains (there was an ltn limit set) but that nigger was sending all of them sometimes. that was a real pain. i had like 6 trains full of shit but request station was full and i had nowhere to send these trains. other than that there was no problems
>>331441508So you managed to solve this problem?
>>331442859well, most of the time it was me fucking circuits up. like forgetting to connect station's box to ltn. ltn then thought the station is empty while it was completely full. i still blame ltn because limit was set but ltn was ignoring it
>>331442859i should add that the problem wasnt systemic>build block>its broken but i dont know it yet>it causes deadlock after several hours>fix block, fix deadlock>no more deadlocks in this region
Decided to try out stormworks and after some confusion and a lot of testing it seems like liquid tanks are bugged with regards to hoses/the water cannon in that no matter how much you refill them from the ocean, they can only spray the volume that you started with in those tanks. Yes I made sure I was matching water types and tried many variations of disconnecting tanks during re-fill and re-connecting.
>>>331446774You made me check their Discord, the bugs 'channel' just says there's an ingame thing you can use to report issues
>>331438796Nice, how did you set up rails?From the picture I can see you only have right turns with no ability to change lanes.I intend to use right hand driving with intersection to travel in any direction but reverse.And did you use only one wagon trains? You didn't have a problem with throughput suing only one wagon?>>331401093How is that a mess?It's compact right hand intersection that lets trains travel into any direction.I have been using this crossing for a while now and it works perfectly.>>331419720Huh, interesting, so for yellow belts there is a difference.>>331441508>>331444285Since I'm about to start making the base, how do I avoid those problems you had with LTN?
>>331373957It's used in some autistic train loader blueprints. I think the reason it works is because the inserter will not spend as much time swiveling around and chasing its preferred item, just grab or not grab whatever is in the small zone it can grab from.
>>331436970The bar fills independently. It should stay pretty synchronized unless you toss the modules in mid-cycle. Though I think it's floating point based so it might end up being 0.0000... off.
>>331448614all 1-1 trainsno problem with throughput. just make more trains and more blocks.>how do I avoid those problems you had with LTN?either use blueprints for everything or be prepared for a fuck up. you should disable this option in ltn. if you have it enabled the deadlocks will not happen but you will never know that something is broken and you will have mixed trains which is even worse than a deadlock
>>331440937Easily solved with a sacrificial piece made out of metal or plastic.
Let's settle this, What is the objectively best engineering game played by high IQ people? (Autism is not high IQ)
>>331452540Kerbal space program>>331452734IQlet spotted
How should I place my solar panels in stationeers? Just in a long line or is there some more efficient placement?
>>331452540Actual engineering DIY projects probably
>>331452540Min time/line solutions on zach-likes.
>>331452540Tempted to say Algodoo since only autists looking to make 2D mechanically complex machines use it. We really need even a really simplified 3D version, just something where you can make freeform mechanisms that don't tank your framerate
>>331455229With a 3D version you're basically just short of it being a proper CAD.For now, why not just download solidworks? It has all that autistic mechanism shit you want.
>>331452540idk just build your own demon core or something
>reach space in factorio: autism exploration after countless hours>crash in orbit on some satellite station>use the scaffolding I brought with me to build a small area for a landing pad>leave for planet>start up another rocket, go into orbit again>crash again, this time far away from station, despite having built a landing pad on the scaffoldingis this just bad luck and my cargo rocket missed the pad, or am I doing something wrong?
>>331457659that's "low IQ chad who got hired because high IQ virgins wanted to have a cool coworker" territory
>>331466348You need to click on rocket shaft and choose destination point. It'll be smth like Nauvis Orbit - Launchpad
Just tried shapez.io. Nothing really interesting after factorio. Same but with small additional features like rotating shapes. Overall it's not worth playing.
Why is LTN suddenly fucking up? I have a copper plate shortage, and my smelter has 2 LTN stations for loading plates, the supply limit is set to 32k, which is a full train and the max trains are limited to 2. The 2 requester stations are also limited to 32k and 2 trains. Why is every available train making trips to pick up 1k copper plates? I have triple checked all the stations, everything is wired correctly, trips for less than 32k plates shouldnt exist.
>>331466348There is a possibility you missed the pad even if you have it selected. You can see the failure chance in the rocket silo, and can improve it with research. You should check out the Nauvis orbital platform, the goodies from there will allow you to research some basic tech to improve landing chances and salvaged rocket sections.
How is stationeers? Looking for a good /egg/game to play but not sure what. Already played factorio and satisfactory for a bit.
>>331467368>>331468443thanks guys, I missed the second destination selection for the landing pad. finally I can set up some space science, it has only been 2 weeks or so
>>331470191If you've played SS13 before, it's basically trying to emulate the autistic base building of that game.
>>331470609Haven't played that. Is it fun autistic or just unfun busywork? Don't mind autism in my games as long as not convoluted for the sake of annoying you.
>>331423886Yep. I do this to, unless there are floating items I'm worried about hitting flammables. In Mackarles I'll remove the floor panels and take out the explosive items or floating items before opening the cockpit.I really wish the Air didn't just 'vanish'. I want air systems and piping for them as well.
>>331470887It's a fun game to play. ATM once you learn all the systems and get established on a map there's not much to do besides decorate your base and wait for the next update, but getting there's an entertaining and surprisingly comfy experience.
>>331472004Also, If I'm in a hurry. I'll cut the cockpit window at the start of the shift while approaching the airlock.
Astroneer is on sale right now, is it worth it? Seem like more of a survival game than /egg/, then again so is Spengies
>>331472246That sounds pretty good, thanks anon. I'll check it out then
>>331470191its fun, comfy, and extremely satisfying when you build reliable auto systems that just workits meant to be multiplayer, really like SS13, and I'd imagine it can be a lot more fun that way, but I still enjoyed playing it on my own
>factorio space exploration save file is now over 400mb>takes longer and longer to log onto server>have only scanned 2 moons so faroh god this was a bad idea wasn't it
>>331473632After the automation update it's marginally qualified I guess. I had a lot of fun with it back in the day though I haven't touched it in a year.
>>331452967I'm literally a mechanical engineer but nice try
>>331439468Genuine question, what real world application does this have besides hotwheels tracks and fun with marbles?
>>331479164Nowadays not much, but it could have been something weird like part of a mechanical calculator given the switch-like nature
>>331475910Take the m.2 SSD pill anon.
>>331475910how the hell did you manage that? i have bases on 2 planets and a fledgling space base and im only up to 62mb.there is a chunk deletion tool included in the mod, mess around in navigation mode to find it.
space exploration: am i being a retard if i barrel liquid rocket fuel and ship that to other planets instead of just shipping solid rocket fuel and converting it to liquid on site?i guess barrel unloading is faster and less power intensive, so theres that
>>331484336Seems fine to me, less space used where it matters, less 'points of failure', less complicated to set up.Likely less efficient, but I'd do it.
>>331483348>there is a chunk deletion tool included in the mod, mess around in navigation mode to find itjesus christ anon, the file went from 400+ mb down to >50mb, a thousand tomboys shall ride your dick
>>331455806yeah but I can't get very playful with it. What are the fun stuffs you did on it?
>>331488246You can do your thesis in it, then hand it off to a grad student to reimplement in an actual programming language.
>>331488819Im asking what you did for fun, not thesis. --t. soon grad
>>331490308The look on their face when they see the code is fun.
So I mapped out my solar system in space exploration. How do i move on to the other? Am i gonna have to build space stations around the orbit of every sun and launch satellites from there?
>>331492031Repeatable deep space exploration tech, but that's a looong way off, don't worry about it.
>>331492031>How do i move on to the other? Cargo rocket, enter it and launch, take thruster suit and life support with you, also scaffolding a lot of it.>Am i gonna have to build space stations around the orbit of every sun and launch satellites from there?No idea, haven't reach this stage yet.
>>331492319Dang, I was hoping to find an asteroid field to settle, only have 2 belts in my starting solar system.
>stationeers>put 120 iron and 40 coal into a furnace>realise the temp is too low to make steel so I pull them out>come out in the form of reagent mixes>put them through the recycler and centrifuge>ended up with 122 iron and 38 coalWat de fug
Why doesnt this work? It should be producing 60 circuits a second, a full green belt. The problem appears to be in the copper wire, it just isnt producing enough to keep up, even though helmod says it should.And its not the first occurrence of helmod calculation just not being true. Is helmod the problem here? Maybe too many mods confuses it? Or am i missing something obvious?
>>331510393Nvm, found it, there is a setting for beacons per factory, which defaults to 4 and I can only do 1 because of beacon overload...
>>331470191Every update adds more tedious timers to manage without solving the basic problem of having to dig all your resources out of the ground.
>>331439468why does he keep saying resiliencewhy does he sound kinda amused when he says it
>>331512465Just his autism latching onto his new favourite word, pay no mind
>>331355512What game is this?
>>331488819Saam, is that you?
>>331516395shapez.io, cheap relaxing factory game. You literally just 'mine', paint, cut and stick shapes together to order. The challenge is just keeping track of what the hell you're making, there aren't any resource limits or anything
>>331516353Is this SpaceEx? What's the green belt research called? I couldn't see it on the research list.
>>331520257Its Logistics 4, comes right after the Utility research card.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3HC3TYqtoc>Comments filled with Ruskies surprised someone knows about the existence of their socialist industrial hellscape city>"Thank you for noticing this shithole."
Robot Arena bros...we're going home...https://store.steampowered.com/app/1474060/PitBots/
>>331523715>built from scratchwatCan you get cities prebuilt from Sears or something?
>>331523923>PitBotsDamn, that looks promising. I just wonder how much strategic depth there is to an engineering game with a single goal (win) and if there's an easy optimal strat/design that makes the game instantly solved. Or if it's just rock-paper-scissors which is only a little better. Anybody actually follow bot fighting?
>>331527161No, but you can get the parts trucked in. Russia's pretty fucking big with really shitty roads so instead of doing that, they just built shit onsite from raw ore. Guess what that does to component quality?
>>331527161Most of the time there's already a city there and all planners can really do is figure out where to put the stuff they need while pissing off the fewest important people. They don't get to Cities: Skylines it and move shit around to where it works best. But then, neither did the people here.
>>331528779/jp/ pls go
>>331542369The way he seems to just be pulling eggs from random spots bothers me.
https://streamable.com/z3cuc0Stolen piston engine design from that slav that says bloke instead of block.Almost no wobble so my engine design was previously shit/unoptimized.This vehicle is only going to be RWD anyway. maybe, maybe I'll put a differential in if I feel like it later on
>>331542369Post more you slut. I'm hungry.
>>331542369what the hell is the dude next to the cameraman eating anywayyou can see him eat at least 6 of those, and that's not counting how many were eaten off-camera
>>331547673deviled eggs with paprika/hotsauce/chile is my guess
>>331542369Having the eggs facing away from the cook seems a little strange as design.
>>331550506>deviled eggsExcuse me?>>331551049Probably to show off that they're good eggs.
How do you power your factories on main planet (Nauvis)? I'm constantly running out of uranium and another patches are far far away already. Should I bring thousands of solar panels or maybe place hundreds of gas stations, burning whole oil in oil spots?
>>331553867How the fuck are you running out of uranium?
>>331552996Why am I drooling.
>>331554059I have 4 reactors and patches are 200k max. Don't know but it's spending really quickly.
>>331555404Are you not doing Kovarex?
>>331555593I do ofc
>>331555961Then I don't understand how you could possibly be using even a single patch worth of uranium in a human lifetime.
>>331556054Maybe that's because I place productivity moudles everywhere? My factory uses 1.1 GW of energy per second.
>>331556192But you only have 4 reactors. Reactors only use fuel at a certain rate. Show me your uranium graph.
>>331279398>tester confirming a complete circuiton the correct wiring scheme? Are you sure you didn't do an oopsie and made a fucking crossover cable?
>>331266312this game would be great if it was actually finished
a prototype was made.https://streamable.com/jf8jxfWell I say prototype but I'm probably gonna use it as is for the rest of the game.
>>331561519>6 months something, this anon still trying to make car
>>331562248Yes I'm trying to make a car.Sue me for posting /egg/.How about we discuss what that indian man is eating in the webm?No, better, let's flex our big IQ on the internet btw I'm a mechanical engineer.
Do decoy blocks need to be powered? I kinda want to make a flare dispenser kind of mechanism.
>>331554848Because deviled eggs are fucking great is why, you gotta try some.Take six hardboiled eggs, cut them in half, put the yolks in a bowl and the whites on a plateMush up the yolks with a fork as well as you canAdd mayonnaise to make it creamy, a squeeze of good mustard for flavor, just a bit more salt + pepper than you'd thinkSpoon it back into the whitesHot sauce on top, paprika is for pussies
>>331562569In no way did I mean to offend you, just admiring the autism
>>331562569I tried making cars with self built engines in Besiege once, but the lack of proper gearing and the fuckhuge air resistance made it really fucking difficult. Also parts glitching through each other.Do the parts in your cars in SM also constantly clip through each other? Like the gears that split the power to the wheels
>>331562839I love hard boiled eggs in all their forms, but god does it make my farts stink
>>331562839Damn right, it's good. Mayo and mustard, you're speaking my language.
>>331542369How does he get out?
>>331492319It's the simple repeatable space exploration research that yields data on other planets, moons and belts, deep space exploration gives you asteroid fields with niquite and a very good surprise if you do it enough
>>331562923No the gears that transmit don't glitch.You can see it>>331561519The weakest link here is the engine, if the force to move the wheels is too great, the engine will start running backwards, at which point depending on the timing system ( timing pate, timing pins, logic ) it will tick like a clock which batteries are dead.Doing an actual gearbox with gears is nearly impossible though as was previously tested.There are other solutions for a gearboxes, like logic but it requires a much bigger vehicle.SM has a number of "bugs" that have been used by the community to build and hence will never be patched. glitch weld, pistons and suspensions having no collisions with other blocks, suspension glitch and probably loads more other.And that is why I like SM devs, they're slow as fuck but they don't patch out fun things.
>>331573072Are you using crushed coal as power?
>>331574442>that amount of melanin>can still build anything without copious amount of bananasI smell bullshit.
>>331577551normal coal if i have enough and raw coal when its dead. as of right now its dead
High Fleet premierhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LEq2dV2wTT0
>>331579936Damn that guy's a bad shot, looks neat though
>>331579936How many years till it's completed?
>>331580880On steam it says "Q2, 2021" https://store.steampowered.com/app/1434950/HighFleet/So who knows.
>>331567849he doesn't>>331542369what I'm wondering is what the purpose of the pan to the right filled to the brim with eggs that he moves the fire on the end
>>331583670>what I'm wondering is what the purpose of the pan to the right filled to the brim with eggs that he moves the fire on the endThose are boiled eggs.
>>331580543Jesus christ how do people playing games in 2021 not know how to lead shots
>>331588027>leading shotsJust chuck more boolit at it, one is bound to hit it eventually.More dakka solves the problem.
Yeah that's looking promising. Fuck timing plates and fuck the workshop, half of what's there doesn't work or is built twice the size you can reduce it to.
>>331591374Anon you don't understand, more dakka works by adding more bullets that hit the targetThere might as well be no dakka at all if none of it hits!
>>331579936And it still doesn't really show what you can do with the ship builder.
>>331579936Wait, am I stupid, what's a premier, isn't it something that happens when the game is released?
>>331598228Premiere*I derped there.
>>331598228A bunch of standardized racers competing on piloting skill and flying bravery>Entering last place, the Mary Sue siblingsjfc. I bet their ship is supposed to be a piece of shit too, cobbled together out of spare parts and barely airworthy but they're going to mop the floor with everyone anyway
>>331523923Between this and Robot Rumble 2 it's going to be a good couple years for Robot Combat /egg/.
>>331599517The ship's very good though.
>>331599517they don't look standardized at all
Does anyone remember a game called Armadillo Run?
>>331106446Getting closer to sexbots. Hype.
>Try something new with factorio to mix it up>Starting to have doubts it will be as cool and fast as I want, but it's taking forever to set up and I won't know how it does until way laterShitshitshit
>>331617847Is the "new thing" is to introduce inserters into your sex life?
>>331618225Something like that, and lack of stack inserters is kinda holding me back now.
>>331554848Have you never had deviled eggs? Those things are great.I make myself sick with those every Easter. I'll eat like a dozen eggs that way and feel like shit for the rest of the day. Worth every time.
>>331598228Those are some weird egg beaters.
>>331623079To be fair we got some weird eggs in this thread.
>>331616406That metal around the pussy doesn't look like it would be pleasant
>>331623931Not a problem if girl robots make you diamonds. Diamond is the hardest metal so it'll distort to fit you perfectly.
I've got a hot polluted oxygen vent. Is there any disadvantage to condensing it for rocket fuel? I can't find any but I feel like I might be missing something.
>>331624136>Not a problem if girl robots make you diamondsOnly when she looks like a young girl.
>>331628002Where's the bulge?
>>331628165Up your butt and around the corner.
>>331628209I just took a shit so I doubt it
>>331629231Still around the corner, push harder.
>>331629343>>331628209>See if I can find a kind of tumor to make a joke about with this>Go down the usual rabbit hole of photos>Find one I didn't want to know about, as usual>Don't feel like making a joke any moredon't search for epignathusOr do, whatever
>>331616406But I want love.
Motherfucking space exploration, i have been stuck in the scaling up stage for 30 goddamn hours and i still dont feel comfortable starting a proper space base.Ill just automate delivery cannons so i can send rocket capsules to my mining colonies and thats it.Well, right after upping my sulphur and battery production...I'm playing with Krastorio 2, when does immersite become useful?
>>331634065Wait until you see the ones with teeth and eyes in them.
>>331634283A machine can love.
so whats the difference between hot air and steam?
>>331107026>>331107841Stationeers, its space station 13 in 3d.
>>331634947hot air = air that's hotsteam = air that's hot with water
>>331634947Hot air is mostly nitrogen, with other gasses. Steam is hot dihydrogen monoxide.
>>331634947Found the physician.
>>331634283Gross and gay.
>>331628002That's a robot girl. Robot girls are garbage. Give me girl robots.
>>331640310You're just going full brony at this point.
>>331388030go grab the logistic trains mod, it's what you're looking for.
>>331635103By this definition, hot air is steam because water vapor is a component of the atmosphereThe real differentiation is % humidity
>>331647715You could have 1/8th of that size with some beacons
>>331574442>they're slow as fuck but they don't patch out broken systemsI can't imagine being this excited in /egg/ about dogshit system integrity
>>331634947Pressure I suppose.
>try to build a jetpack with only two vectored thrusters>works perfectly>try to build reloadable guided missile platform with only two vectored thrusters>everything works besides thrust dampeningFuckin A
>>331648979well the missile welder part works at least
>>331647835But I don't wanna give off pollution.
>>331651172Speaking of which, which one gives off less pollution?>lots of assemblers and furnaces with efficiency>really small amount of assemblers and furnaces beaconed to the brimAlsoWhat's better, efficiency beacon and speed assemblers, or vice versa?
>>331651632Whatever you put in beacons will have an overall stronger effect than whatever you put in the machine. For 3x3 machines the "standard" beacon layouts have either 8 or 12 beacons in range of each machine. Every beacon has 2 module slots but only provides 50% of the effect, so that means that 1 beacon with 2 of the same module is equivalent to 1 of that module in a machine. That means that beacons provide 8 or 12 modules to a machine, while machines themselves have 2-4 module slots only, so you can stack the effect higher with beacons than with whatever you slap into the machines themselves.I have never tried to reduce pollution, but thinking about it, beacons themselves do not pollute I think. Machines pollute based on their power usage, therefore you'd want to reduce that as much as possible, so I guess you'd want efficiency modules in beacons and everything powered by solar since that doesn't pollute either. I'm not sure whether there's some efficiency cap or anything like that, though.
>>331651172>>331651632Fucking elfs, get out.
>>331655774Someone did the math in the forum where only putting 1 or 2 efficiency 1 modules is the best option as you can just make solar panels for the same price that output more than you would save with beacons
>>331655895Interesting, I figured the answer wouldn't be so simple. Did he consider productivity modules as well? I'm thinking those could have an impact as well since by improving productivity you're getting items for free across the whole production chain, which means less production cycles for everything involved. I wonder if they could be beneficial, or would the up front increase in energy consumption and pollution always end up as a detriment?
>>331655774>I'm not sure whether there's some efficiency cap or anything like that, though.There is. It's 80% reduction. Best setup for minimal pollution is probably a combination of all three module types.>>331655895You misunderstood the question. Even if you're using solar panels your machines are still polluting. Lowering their electricity usage also lowers the pollution. The question was how to generate the lowest amount of pollution, not how to consume the lowest amount of energy.
>>331647715god I hate elves
>>331659706They're cute though.
Any idea how to make factories more efficient in Satisfactory? We finished playing Factorio and started with this game. Our issue is that trying to make smart plating is very slow and we need 500 of them for the space elevator. It'll be aroudn 50 minutes just to reach that goal
>>331669618Overclock them, or make several of them.
Why do fuck do I spend more time thinking about how I would make my own factory game than actually playing factory games?
>>331669618If you have coal power, build another coal plant. If not, go find some hard drives / slugs.>>331673041Because you're an Idea guy with no demo or drive to create one.
>>331669618Satisfactory's endgame is massive PITA as you have to create and integrate lots of factories. And you have to hunt hard drives to get better recipes.
>>331669618>>331673412This. Vertical is the way.
>>331669618> Our issue is that trying to make smart plating is very slow and we need 500 of them for the space elevator. It'll be aroudn 50 minutes just to reach that goalAre you trying to speedrun it? There are only three stages to the space elevator (four in the beta branch), so 50 minutes for a stage really isn't a long time. I suggest using that time to start building some of the infrastructure for the third phase (although you can't build manufacturers or refineries yet). Note that the third stage uses smart plating as an ingredient, so don't tear that down when you're done.The solution to performance is to scale up. Do the assemblers which make smart plating have sufficient ingredients? Yes -> more smart plating assemblers, no -> more constructors/assemblers for the ingredients. Repeat down the line until everything is backing up (i.e. you're producing at least as much of everything as you're consuming). Then it's just a matter of ensuring that you're mining enough raw material; if not, find and tap more nodes (you should be using mk2 miners on everything now).At this point (tier 4 unlocked), power may be an issue. There's usually one spot near your base which is suitable for a coal plant; determine how much coal/minute you get from mk2 miners on all of the nearby coal nodes and build as many generators as that will sustain. Get coal for steel from elsewhere (i.e. coal nodes not close to water). The next-nearest coal+water location is probably too far away to be practical at this stage, and won't be necessary once you get oil.
>>331655774>>331655895>>331656560Why solar when nuclear is clean besides its processing.
>>331634496>still not fully in space>swarm safety nine fucking teen>that baseHoly shit anon you don't have to scale up that much, I did every space research with nothing but delivery canons and a shitty main bus on nauvis until I got spaceships with shields
>>331678953Well if you want to produce minimum pollution then you'd use the 100% clean option instead of the 99% clean one. Personally I don't care much about pollution so I use nuclear all the time as I don't want to spam solar everywhere.
Playing Shipbreakers over a high latency low bandwidth remote connection adds an interesting twist to the whole experience. Sure it does not match the lore but controlling a remote drone from the surface is both more fun and more realistic.
>>331680225This doesn't seem very /egg/.
>>331680737There appear to be too many games with Shipbreaker* in the title
>>331677605>Mad about engineering definitions in /egg/Are you literally retarded
>>331681320>There appear to be too many games with Shipbreaker* in the titleBut in that case, also a very good one.You want Hardspace: Shipbreakerhttps://steamdb.info/app/1161580/
>>331684895>literally just quit that game because trying to get an ECU by cutting a wall caused a coolant canister to explode and trigger the reactor meltdown
I told you to stop bullying elves.
>>331659917>>331688707oh fucking hell, I forgot abotu the mod I was working onDamn I suck.
>>331688707>tfw your space engineers playgroup is microscopic
>>331688675git gud, cutter
>>331688675You should remove the three coolant canisters from the ECU before cutting the pipe. That way, coolant doesn't spray everywhere when you cut the pipe. Removing the third canister will initiate the reactor meltdown, so first ensure that the coolant pipe is the only thing which needs to be cut to free the reactor. Pull third canister, cut coolant pipe (near the reactor), tether reactor to barge. Then you can salvage the ECU itself.
>>331689523I did get everything, both the ECU and the reactor, but damn, my hands are shaking.>>331689559I don't know what happened, I musta cut a coolant pipe by accident.
Been out of the loop for like two years - are there any mods for Kerbal Space Program that add an actual flight log or even black box?Like, when I press F3 I don't really get any information if nothing happened to any part, even if I did like five or six touchdowns in the meantime.
>>331681320Words can't dscribe how much I want to play Shipbreaker with the classic Homeworld ships.
>>331690239I'd pay for a Star Wars DLC.
>>331683673>makes sarcastic answer>AKSHUALLYyou need to go back
>>331690239I'm surprised adding a workshop/custom ship option wasn't one of the first things they did.Even a simple space engineers like lego block system would be great
How do I put this into orbit
>>331692936Kick it very, very, VERY hard.
>>331691630Butthurt newfags projecting their redshit addiction never gets old, keep up those great zingers faggot
>>331692936You use mods and build it in orbit from parts.
>>331693078Kicked too hard :(
>>331692936have you tried a rocket?
>>331693367Don't hire Chuck Norris. Hire a lesser man, like Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Stop feeding the shitposter, dumbass. Talk about what /egg/ you're up to instead.
>>331694236>>331693858>>331693269>>331677605Take your meds schizo
Wow this kid might actually be retarded, I almost feel bad at this point
>so butthurt he won't even give replies anymore
>>331694552Waiting for shipborker to update.Waiting for stationers to unfuck food/water/daycycle timers.Waiting for my egg to boil.
>>331694635Not even the guy you're autist-screeching at, get help you clearly need it
>>331695016stop samefagging. it's too obvious.
>>331694954I just turn stationeers food/water off. I still produce them but only when i want to, which is never.
This thread reminds me that forced sterilization maybe isn't the worst route for humanity
I played hard space shipbreaker until I got bored. The game is ok needs more ships and a bit buggy with airlocks. Ships would fly out of the map when you're not careful with airlocks. Overall 7/10. Wait for updates.
>>331697541Agreed, did a few geckos and got bored but it's a solid foundation. Really hope they come up with some systems that are a little more outside the box/have more solutions than just a) follow intended plan or b) quick dirty and risky. Loved the atmosphere of the game, (non-)union space scrapworker is an RP I didn't know I'd enjoy so much
>>331690239Second this. I'd kick an anime dog girl for homeworld ships in Shipbreaker. Something has to be done with the defunct taiidan fleet.
>>331698203At least do some javelins. I do agree though, ghost ships especially should be much harder.
>>331690239>>331698368>Start with fighters and work your way up>Get to the carrier which is way too big for the bay so you basically have a garbage bin you drag around the outside of it to drop stuff into and send it back for recycling>Final unlock>Literal city sized persistent mothership that everyone works on disassembling
>>331699073>piche's only got 12 fingers
>>331699393Try counting them again. Take your time.Speaking of Shipbreaker, they need a magnet ball that can vacuum up little stuff. Just so when you nick a fuel line and splode the entire side of the ship you can still salvage the shards of everything just to clean the area up.
>>331699393there's a mini pinky on his right hand
>>331694954>Waiting for stationers to unfuck food/water/daycycle timers.Keep waiting, they're adding in a new decay timer to never unfuck.Then again it only took them four days to add an off switch for it, maybe they're learning.
So apparently everyone's aluminum and nuclear power is getting fucked in under a hour in satisfactory haha
>>331700123There's a lack of engineering here, so I moved to /indie/
>>331703386I wouldn't posting it hereits quite comfy, fun, and there is some bit of egg in itlike making mechanical power axles and shit, I stopped just before doing that
>>331704320the long house
Terry the prototype got scrapped since he didn't pass the stress test.The engine was too weak and fiddling with the timing plate was a nightmare because of how I built it.So meet Bob, the boxer8 https://streamable.com/qzqecrSince a boxer4 was too weak I just made a boxer8 engine. Looking at some stuff in the workshop I saw some dude welding his first piston set to the sensors of the timing plate which saves 1 block in length. So really double the power (in theory) for one length more.This time I also used spaceship blocks for the frame because fuck dealing with pipes, and the timing plate is way easier to adjust and fiddle with.The initial logic setup is a pain in the ass and since it's a boxer engine this time I can't reverse via just moving the timing plate. Gears can fix that tho
>>331704320>>331704703>time storm pops up
>chaotic mess of overlapping, non-clipping partsSomeone please recommend this man a better game to build his creations in
huh, haven't played Satisfactory in a good while, and now that Update 4 is out ... I need to kick my Deep Rock Galactic addiction first
>>331707998Don't even start Vintage Story or Factorio. These can get as addicting as porn.
So is this the summer of /egg/ ?wtf is up with all the shitpost.
>>331704320Do you mod to get how full molds are?
>>331708124>Vintage StoryHuh. Never heard of this. Is it just mingecrap+technic except uglier?
>>331708526Not that Anon, but. You don't?
>>331634283Just be more like Tesla, then you can love anything and it'll love you back.
>>331709883Can relate as I have around 30 pigeons. Helps fill the void that is >tfw no gf
>>331709883>Stumbling across the information because we were playing the Scythe campaign>Alt history, Tesla built a gigantic factory that churned out automachines and war mechs>Get a letter from his daughter asking for help>Look up "Wait, did Tesla even have kids?">Friend shrugs and she looks it up>Too much of a germophobe, claims to have never even touched a woman>The 'Loved a pigeon as a man loves a woman'>Just a couple other less interesting tidbits>tfw the more we read about his lifeTesla was nutty as hell. Straight up a mad scientist.
>>331709385No? I do it by the eye.
>>331709385>>331708526I didn't mod, maybe its a option?or maybe they changed that recently, that is a somewhat older picture
>>331708124i lost my fap drive after playing factorio. now when im bored i think about my next base instead of girls. my faps were reduced to once every 3 days.
>>331716829Someone should make an adult /egg/ game. Maybe Factorio with tentacle monsters
>>331718067there is a female model mod but thats it. it could be fun if someone replaced biters with monster girls, touhou or something like that
>>331716082>Not adding "tfw no pigeon gf"Not gunna make it.
>>331718067>Adult /egg/ game>Factorio with tentacles>Not designing and building elaborate sex machines
>>331709883>>331711017>tfw Tesla was born too early otherwise he would have invented robot girls and probably furry robot girls>Or featherry or whatever shut up
>>331720389What prevents you from becoming the modern Tesla?
>>331721204I'm pretty stupid, unfortunately. Also addicted to opiates so that probably doesn't help.
>>331721414Hopefully you manage to kill yourself soon enough so I don't have to look at your retarded posts anymore.Like that alcoholic fella, haven't seen him posting lately.
>>331721414Fair enough. And please disregard that edgy poster >>331721861
>>331069204[PAIN] is backhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D_Byjx6vhsQ
>>331722334>the man creating our future overlords is a living Tim and Eric skit
>>331722334>Opens and drinks the dancing soda
>>331724851What the fuck
>>331724851>Reverse image searchGod I love google sometimes.
>>331718067>monstergirl torturer factorio edition
>>331074001does this game still run like ass?
>>331725184Google image search is garbage. It's amazing how much better yandex is. But why did you upload your screenshot to imgur, download it, and then upload it here?
>>331727201I use ShareX. It gives me a hotkey to just drag a box on the screen, takes a screenshot of the box and automatically uploads it to imgur and puts the link on my clipboard. Then I just stick the link in the upload field here. I don't download it. It just looks at the link itself and uploads it directly.Get ShareX. That shit is fantastic.
>>331727582>he doesn't have a yandex button
>>331724851mio diossomeone needs to translate this shit
>>331727791But I do.
>>331724851is that an actual game?
>>331727582>his 4chan extension can't parse raw image data from clipboard to image upload directly
>>331731029Is that actually a thing? That sounds neat.But I'll stick with ShareX. There's plenty of other features that are super useful and not only on 4chan. Sharing porn is a breeze. Right click an image, upload with sharex, and splurt the link over to someone else. Also it can record gifs super easy and that's pretty rad. And probably also tons of other stuff I don't even realize is there. It's excellent.
>>331109542this post made me look up and buy this game. thank you based anon
>>331724851>>331725184Thanks Google, now I'm on a list.
>>331635247Okay, then I want to find a girl with good genes that I get along with well, breed with her, then work together with her to raise our offspring in a way that maximizes their odds for success.Idk though, maybe I just don't have a high enough IQ to understand what Rick's point is.
>>331733998Did it make you click that link too?
>>331734225>Did it make you click that link too?Maybe.
>>331733998>he wasn't already on one
>>331735364This.>tfw always apologizing to the FBI guy in my webcam before I dig up something to jack off to.
>>331735856The PIYO tag exists for a reason.
>>331735856>apologizing>not having the decency to obscure or put the webcam awayit's like you're mocking him before treating him to your most disgusting coomer and aheago faces
Shill me a starting location in Satisfactory where I can slowly transition to end-game base.I decided to start from scratch, and in previous game I started in green plains around the fart pillars.Nice area, plently of space and natural roads, however, getting coal, quartz and oil was painful.
>>331709138IIRC its more like Minecraft with TerraFirmaCraft. In face I think one of the Vintage Story devs worked on TFC.
>>331739154There's a wide-ass river in the center-north part of the map with everything nearby, look for a quartz node on a cliff. It's great building if you don't mind falling and dying sometimes.
>>331735364>he wasn't already on onehttps://webshop.lolidolls.nl/store/Okay, fine, I admit it, I'm in a lot of lists.
>>331739154Dune Desert is the easiest start, IMO. You start at the Eastern edge. Build the platform just above the initial iron miners, you can expand West, all the way to the Red Oasis if desired. Several iron and copper nodes in the main desert area.To the South there's a limestone node, then some coal and iron just a bit farther South and West, sulfur just to the West of that (on top of a rock formation). Those nodes are close enough together that you might want to set up a mini-base there to make nobelisks.There's more coal West of the starting point on the coast, so a good place for coal power. Caterium to the North of that, also on the coast. Quartz is on the North coast near the Red Oasis. Oil to the South-West near the Desert Canyons. Bauxite and Uranium in the Swamp to the South (Uranium is in the cave behind the waterfall on the West edge of the Swamp; if you scan it shows up as being in the Titan Forest area).There's actually a fair bit of biomass to be had in the oases, enough to last until you get coal power. Once you have a chainsaw, the weird trees there yield mycelia.
>>331741598What in fuk?
>>331692936Get Extraplanetary launchpads mods optionally with MKS too.Set up space station with orbital shipyard and several engineers.Send material kits and specialized parts to orbital shipyard (if you have MKS).Assemble this thing in orbit.
>>331741572Now I feel like playing Satisfactory again.Did it get any better in last year?I really wish there was Factorio but with Satisfactory graphics.
>>331748865Dyson Sphere Program is the happy middle ground.
>>331744648>>331747184>>331747346What is it? Exactly what it says on the tin?After the russian guy that got vaporized by a lathe I'm done clicking stuff. Turned off autoplay and everything.
>>331736373>Implying that's the part I'm apologizing for.
>>331754330Horrifying loli dolls in the nude. Don't click, pedo shit.
>>331753718But anon. Using electricity in Factorio is cheating.
>>331754330>Turned off autoplay and everything.We'll miss you, anon.
>>331754330>russian guy that got vaporized by a lathelink?
>>331756329I'm sure you can just google it if you want to. Russian man killed by lathe security video or something. Whatever, you're a big boy. You can google.It's rough though. Literally gibbed. Parts and blood all over the shop.
why the fuck is this not a thing Dean
>>331759257What the fuck are you talking about? You can use an A/C to do exactly that.
Let's settle this once and for all.http://poal.me/r0tzv0
>>331760201how would i set it up if i want to heat a gas up to 2000 K
>>331761161Connect a "cool" gas to Input and Output, use a backpressure regulator set to 99 Pa to evac the waste, and a transformer at 500W. You should get a trickle of ~3000C gas out of it. It should go without saying to insulate the fuck out of everything.Here's the furnace I used to smelt invar on Venus, powered by a single A/C heat pump.
>>331762070Wait, 99 kPa. A touch under 1 atm, which is what the A/C will pressurize to. It'll dump all the heat into that last little fart it needs to move over.
What the fuck did just happen here?I made sure to depressurize everything and was doing my usual routine of cutting all the cut points when suddently the entire ship started twisting, sending outer hull panels flying in all directions. Barely managed to save nacelles from the furnaces.
>>331759257>>331760201Can't you set up a carnot cycle to do that using some active vents and a room with pipes ?I haven't gotten that far in the game yet so I'm not sure if fluid system is accurate enough for that.
>>331762490I think when you got rid of all the cut points, you ended up with just a shit ton of panels floating there, and something must've just bumped into something else or the game glitched out
>>331762598>I'm not sure if fluid system is accurate enough for that.It is not. Changing temperature affects gas pressure, but not vice versa.
>>331762070seems unnecessarily complex over my idea of a pipe with a heating element wrapped around it, but i'll try it>>331762598you can heat gas with a room with radiators and wall coolers, but i wanted to avoid fuckery like that
>>331762772Yeah I guess it was a classic case of collision oscillation going critical.The last item holding the ship together being a tiny detachable lamp in the engine section instead of proper cut point probably didn't help.
>>331763054If you want to get to 2000C in a game where temperature differences greater than 100C are supposed to shut shit down, there's going to be some fuckery afoot.
>>331762490I think it might just be number errors somewhere generating phantom forces. There's been a couple of times I've cut a point in a gecko and a bunch of panels spring off like champagne corks. Not sure what is causing the problem but whatever. Usually gets them out of the way for easy tethering anyway.
>>331762598there is no actual "fluid system", all gas inside a pipe is considered a unique system, which you can separate with valves within a pipe, but that's pretty much itheat exchangers are very unintuitive, beside the obvious radiatorthe A/C unit is supposed to be just that, but the way it work right now is a bit of a fuckery, both for the A/C and for filtration system
>>331739154>>331741572>>331745450Thanks for tips! I actually decided on Dune Desert start, since it seems the easiest to actually build, while having resources in belting distance.I haven't decided where to plop the lift yet, but worst case I just encase a couple of dunes in concrete.
Okay I just had to see this decay bullshit with my own eyes.1) It's not THAT bad, you whiny little shits. The two basedbeans measure decay after one day in 20C, left, and vacuum, right. Even in the vacuum case we're talking like two weeks for food to decay, that's not the end of the world given that getting water going is already a fucking speedrun. You'll already have hydroponics, just slap some trays onto your ice crusher and set some plants growing.2) What IS bullshit here is live plant decay. You know how growing by themselves when their conditions are met is kind of how plants do? Yeah, better get used to fussing over them. Of the plants I have at hand (flowers, fern, wheat, rice, basedbean, corn, mushroom) corn degrades the fastest and flowers don't degrade at all, which I guess is actually an improvement because the fuckers are useless otherwise. So instead of spiller/filler/thriller it's spiller/spiller/spiller, with flowers everywhere being the new O2 generators and everything else only grown for production purposes.
>>331732760Hopefully you'll enjoy it more than I do.I've been completely lost for two ingame days now.
>>331727582windows key + shift + s
>>331727582You know you can literally paste the image itself from the clipboard into the browser with 4chan X, right? Hell, Firefox even has screenshots built in, like this.
>>331762070>dis nigga living undergroundBased moleman. On serious note I just started playing this game, is living underground viable ?
>>331780263>4chan XThanks for this
>>331785978Bedrock level was recently raised substantially specifically to prevent people doing so. I expect it to be raised further in the future, given you can still make single-story flat bases.
>>331762598Is there a (semi-)realistic game where you actually can set up thermo cycles? Oxygen Not Included kind of got close but also has a lot of other fuckery and simplifications
>>331739154Grass plains look pretty, but they're rather poor of resources, even water is a problem.Along with other places people recommended, rocky desert is also an ok location up to a mid game. There's a good amount of stuff, not a lot of enemies, the ocean is close and easily accessible and the terrain is decently flat and open. One big downside for the late game is that there's no caterium or bauxite in that whole corner of the map at all and the closest nodes are in rather difficult locations.
>/vg/>IRL joketoppest of keks anon
>>331786617Not really. For a good while ONI was seen as the holy grail in terms of having some approximation of thermodynamics.Stationeers has potential in this regard too but it requires further development.
>>331790663Rocky desert? Caterium is quite close by, at ground level. Bauxite is quite close but also high up, in the Red Jungle. Quartz is quite far away to the West, just inside the Northern Forest. Coal is up in the Crater Lakes.
Seems like /ourboat/ got arrested>Rabei did not say how much money the canal authority was seeking. However, a judicial official said it demanded at least $900 million. The state-run Ahram daily also reported the $900 million figure.And that's just Egypt alone, expect this sum to quadruple when other shipping companies start demanding their compensations.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nmP8iGaPbeIThis child has made budget VR gloves and shared them with everyone while looking more girly than most elves. What have you achieved recently?>>331807101>at least $900 millionoofRealistically though these things often end up actually coming to way less, I guess we'll see
>>331786141>Bedrock level was recently raised substantially specifically to prevent people doing sodropped
>>331799737>Caterium is quite close byYes I mixed it up with sulfur, the closest node is up the big waterfall and like halfway into the northern forest.Bauxite is on a 150m high cliff guarded by a horde of spitters (alpha as well).There's quartz inside the cave up north if you don't mind spiders, with one exit close to nitrogen and the other right by the coal.
>>331808142It's still pretty viable if you start the base on a hill, i've got an underground atmospherics that sucks in air from the surface, a power room which is just bigass battery farm pulling in juice from the surface and the next floor will be hydroponics to deal with the extreme amount of co2 i've amassed from filtration.Their elevator code really doesn't like being built downwards but once you trick the platform into spawning its forced to obey.Only thing is if the base explodes for some reason you're pretty much fucked, removing wreckage can be remarkably difficult for no apparent reason.If you're playing a legit copy and want the dlc species you can use dnspy to do it quite easily as well.
>>331807101Egypt wants to keep those dragon dildos for themselves
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=INtRWKx1oH03D Printed Gear-san at it again
In Factorio I have one oil refinery connected to one chemical plant making sulphur. The refinery constantly cycles but the sulphur plant has to wait for resources in between cycles. How do I avoid the waiting? Does it need to petroleum inputs?
>>331815631You need a bit of overflow to keep things full at all times. Build a second refinery.
>>331814508>that sway on the axis of rotationholy shit that thing will blow apart
>>331772040good experiment, I knew it couldn't be that badplus, you can probably still refrigerate food for longevityso making a walking freezer with -10~0°C should be able to keep seeds for much longerand as it was mentioned its very likely that some processed meals can last longer, like canned goods, flour too probablyit adds an more interesting mix and more reason to tend to your greenhouses
Vlue Origin will test fly a New Shepherd rocket soon-ish.Sstream:https://youtu.be/domwsgorRW0Starts in 20 minutes, launch is estimated 60 minutes or so later.
>>331111621>However, looking for ore is still a huge piece of shit, and because of the progression system... Well, to put it simply, I made my house near an iron mine, and I can't use mine it because I have no cooper and no bronze pickaxe.mining is actually a lot more fulfilling than any similar game,what you have to do is mark any copper bits on the surface that you find, there are likely a bunch everywhere on the mine, copper is pretty plentiful, but immediately beneath those copper bits you're likely to find a surface deposit which will get you going for a long timenext is finding deep deposits, which are more rare and required for some types of ore for alloy and advanced metals, they are much harder to find so you have to use a prospecting pick, which helps you nail down a place with higher density for the ore you're looking,so in turn what you have to do is explore quite a lot instead of blindly digging, going into caves, prospecting, and marking down the location where you find a high density of anythingwhat really annoyed me in the past version, are drifters, and how fast they spawn again, which made deep mining and exploring a huge pain in the butt
>>331772040How does harvie the designated plant bitchbot handle these unsettling turn of events? I've never actually used it.
>have a side gig to program FreeCAD macros>not an engineer, just a dev who read some docs>learned to do thatWhat fun and/or profitable things I can do with this knowledgee in my own time? I don't have a 3d printer, unfortunately.I can program stuff like measurements, putting gear teeth on a model, unwrapping sheet metal bends, ect. Basically, shit that can be described mathematically.
>>331807101for fuksake, did they impound it with all cargo on board?that's pretty retarded desu, weren't the canal authorities responsible for conducting the vessel in canal in the first place?
>>331819806They just added a fridge as well. There's a small one (iron tier) that needs cold gas input, and a big one (steel tier) that only needs power, but 250W of it.I'm still ticked about the live plants dying tho. I need to keep a fuckload going because they're Venus's only O2 source. I had them all arranged aesthetically, and now the only one I can set and forget is the flowers which are all the same model. Plus, y'know, plants don't fucking work like that, ever. What kind of retards do they have down there in New Zealand that are that clueless about how to model plant growth?
>>331820956they'll try and blame the captainor the companyor their own pilotjust to make sure nobody can point out that it may have been the weather and that they now need more tugboats
>>331821012>I'm still ticked about the live plants dying tho. I need to keep a fuckload going because they're Venus's only O2 source. I had them all arranged aesthetically, and now the only one I can set and forget is the flowers which are all the same model. Plus, y'know, plants don't fucking work like that, ever. What kind of retards do they have down there in New Zealand that are that clueless about how to model plant growth?well plants DO need tending, they DO spoil, or do you thing the corn that grows in the field stays like that forever? its just that in nature they spoil, drop to the ground and sprout a new plantalso it all depends on the spoilage rate, and I'm guessing it must be pretty slow, or much slower that the fruit would have otherwise, ferns are probably even slower, and it should also make automated farms more useful afterallon the oxygen question, doesn't Venus have any oxide ice?a proper big array of ferns in a greenhouse I think is more than enough for self consumption, what you have to do is a controlled atmosphere pipe all that oxygen to take maximum advantage of it
>>331822351>it all depends on the spoilage rate, and I'm guessing it must be pretty slow, or much slower that the fruit would have otherwiseIt's currently faster than the food. If you pick a tomato off a plant, the plant will decay before the tomato does. And you can't refrigerate the plants like you can the produce.What I'd do if I wanted to do it like that would be to have the plant revert to a previous stage if it made sense for the plant, like corn or tomatoes. I'm going to let a couple types of live plant decay to see if it does that, drops rot or just disappears.
>samefagging>>331822351>on the oxygen question, doesn't Venus have any oxide ice?No. Volatile ice is common, water ice is rare, oxite is missing. Almost all of my water has to be combusted using plant-derived oxygen and H2, which takes a LOT more oxygen than what I breathe because there's no water recycling. 100 mols a day (-ish) just disappear. Plus I'll eventually need a supply of fuel mix for advanced furnace and rocket shenanigans.
>>331822048good, make the westies built another one but this time dont hand it over to the sandniggers
>>331823883yeah I think that's what is missing, more recycling options like waste liquid, and to be fair, there is still a ton of work to be done on the liquid front, they just done a clone of the gas system so far, and it seems like they want to do more with it>>331823457indeed, it needs some experimentation, you should also try all different plant types and see how their decay rate differ
>>331741598>toddler head on a stick>.nlWhy is it always a country where weed is legalized?
>>331825138where exactly do you suggest to build this 'other canal'?
>>331827559between South Africa and Antartica, and cash in big
>>331822048>200k tons of steel and cargo>"the wind pushed it lel"Winds in the Suez are nothing new, how come we don't get ships stuck in there every month?Of course that dumb roastie captain is at fault but they'll clear her of any responsibility on account of being a woman.
>>331825641>Indeed, it needs some experimentation, you should also try all different plant types and see how their decay rate differEh. I've got the answer I needed - flowers or GTFO. I'll poke around but I'm not going to invest that much energy in figuring out how a dev is trying to unfuck the consequences of a stupid design choice (making plants mature in about a day, and be insanely overproductive) instead of fixing the mistake in the first place (intuitive plant lifetime and productivity, and a bigger starting food supply).
>>331828117Think of all the money you could shake out of chinese atlantic whalers and other water poachers
>>331828312that was fake news, anon
>>331831268me on the left.
>>331831268drone>buy star wars toy>duct tape crap on top of it>WE WUZ LOCKHEED MARTIN
>>331831268this has to be a troll pic
I hope hardspace will get good mod tools. cant wait to cut up a Firefly or Tachi class ship.
>>331834063I want to open up the millenium falcon. Or a tie fighter. Or the Enterprise.Or a Warhammer 40k ship.
>>331834063Those industrial type ships from Dead Space would fit in perfectly for that game
>>331452540shenzhen or some other by that specific dev team
>>331834429>Or a Warhammer 40k ship.It will take longer than you life to dismantle one of those by yourself.
>>331835224Naaah, you're exagerating. I can just do a frigate, not Rogallydondon's floating mansion.
>>331834429Pretty sure we're not getting km sized ships. they aimed for 100+ sized ones.
>>331835819Q: What is the largest planned vessel for the game at the moment?A: We're aiming for 100+ meters. There are obviously technical constraints we need to work within, but that's the target!
>>331825663Jokes on us, its not. Weed is now more legal in murka than nl. We lost our headstart. We now have lolidolls as well.please shoot us.
>>331761041this is dumb, nothing comes remotely close to cracktorio and nothing will for a long, long time given the modding communityI wish I didn't start my egg journey with like 3 games before trying Factorio. Nothing's been interesting since, not even DSP.
>>331819867lmao the penis propotions are almost anatomically accurate with this one's design
>>331839491Damn that robot kinda thicc
This is starting to become a headache of fun.My notes on the first prototype definitely smell of>that's a problem for future meThe first order is to finish building the rear axle but past me thought it would be a great idea to put it on angled suspension instead of the cheap level1 pistons which have give.Then add a reverse gear, fix the torque twist and apparently a rotating body kit like any "yuro" truck has. I even made plans for fucking modular trailers.https://streamable.com/pml5cn>>331837398>>331839491>pic related
Describe your perfect engineering game /egg/. Here's mine->start off as a survival game, have to manage food and habitat atmosphere, only have access to basic components like heating elements and motors>mid game turns into more automation and expansion as you combine basic components into large machines which you can place around similar to a more traditional factory game>late game plays like an RTS or city builder using your previously designed factories and buildings, maybe throw in terraforming and colony management elementsI know this is probably unrealistic to fit in to one game but we already have games that touch on it in various ways like ONI.
>>331841042minecraft but with the complexity and optimization of factorio.add some worthwhile exploration and aesthetic building, you got my dream game.
>>331841868>aesthetic buildingI wish more games did that. Only Satisfactory is scratching that itch.
>>331841042>Describe your perfect engineering game /egg/.Space quartermaster.You're a semi-enslaved AI from a bygone age, wiped and retasked to manage tramp freighters because only AIs can handle warp and negotiate with the ancient automated repair systems that otherwise would rip out whatever humans put in for not being authorized.In port, you can purchase supplies and parts from the station AI, move shit around, soup up the engine, generally engineer the shit out of whatever. In transit, you allocate computing and power use among the ship's systems, damage control, etc, whatever it takes to get to the next berth. Engineering systems get as complicated as can fit in the game, with an emphasis on life support and engine modeling. The tiniest of ships maybe can only fit a feeder of Space Chow, while big ships can afford the luxury of hydroponics.The kicker is that while you manage the ship and spend the budget, you don't control the ship or the missions. The captain chooses where to go, what to trade and how to react to encounters, all you can do is provide support and maybe nudge them. Captains are always flawed. The philanderers will sometimes need to leave the station in a hurry, the smugglers will take any crazy trade, the schlimazels are always broke. But they also rely on you. Build nice cabins and life support, they're more likely to take on passengers. Fast ship, fast runs. Bigger guns, better bounties. As you build up trust, you can spend it Sunless Seas style to get them to be less of a fucking idiot when it counts.But captains are also temporary. Eventually the gamblers lose the ship, the alcoholics drink themselves to death, the noble warriors bite it being a hero. Everyone dies but you. But however they lose the ship, your performance is scored based on how happy and successful you made the captain, which is fed into brownie points with the other AIs for securing a better ship/captain.Thank you for coming to my TED talk
>>331839491man she thiccdamn you anon for making /d/egenerate baits of bots
>>331844721This actually sounds rather interesting. Though my autism disagrees with the "game over" of losing the cond- I mean losing the captain.Maybe some sort of New Game+ with the new guy in charge?Also it all sounds like it'd work well with roguelike stuff.
>>331846113Like Sunless Seas, then? The ship is inherited by someone else?
>>331831268second on the left and right are possibly men
>>331846258No, they're just very ugly.
>>331846220I haven't tried it, but I would say yes. After all, as ship's AI, and probably the only intelligent being on the ship, you're still valuable to the new owner, if a bit untrusted.
>>331846934Amused statement. It'd be fun if you could call the captain meatbag.
>>331845558A perpetually unlucky person who the universe constantly shits on through no fault of their own. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ao61s4M7rtA
>>331841868Can't you pretty much do that with mods anyway?
>>331848816No, MC tech mods universally require you to manually mine for 500 hours before you can do anything interesting.
>>331848816>build more than a dozen machines in a single chunk>fps goes from 100+ to 20also even after spending a few hours editing configs it still felt like a bunch of mods thrown together than a cohesive game. still a lot of fun though.
>>331838216I think DSP shows promise and I'm eager to see what it looks like after another year or two in development. It just feels kind of lacking in features and content right now desu.
>>331857687>yet again the trash OPJust stop if you don't know what you're doing