August Update

Hey guys,

Past couple weeks I got stuck on trying to figure out how to get amenity inputs working, as well as the tricky custom interface it would need. I think I’ve managed to rethink it not only for ease of implementation but ease of use. Instead of just selecting an input material, it now displays a list of possible recipes and their outputs. I’m ensuring that you’ll be able to tell a place to work on a recipe even if you don’t have the requisite resources yet, it’ll produce a subtle warning that there’s something up but it won’t stop you from doing it. This is to prevent facilities automatically shutting down and forgetting what they were set to if you should run out at a later date, as well as making it easier to set up multiple facilities at once. I don’t intend for production chains to be very complex, but I think it’d be neat to grow your own crops, distill it yourself, then prepare it into various drinks at a bar, for instance.

Also, since I like to be transparent as possible, and not because I expect or desire, in the least, pity or sympathy, I didn’t get far these past two weeks on account of having pretty bad pain days. It flares up on occasion and like it or not, it slows me down. It seems to be improving as of today, though.

I think I’ve gotten a handle on how to proceed, so with some luck I’ll have better progress to report next time.

4 Responses to “August Update”

  1. yiso says:

    Thanks for the update! keep up the good work, and I hope the pain gets as good as it can.

  2. Chocolate Bagel says:

    I know I’m extremely late to the party but will their be a mobile version specifically Android because my PC just decided to up and die on me

    • Benji says:

      If I can manage it. It’ll certainly come long after a PC build, I don’t yet know the first thing about building for Android, but it would be nice.

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