After a quick one-week break, Alt-F4 is back with issue #31. In it, pocarski returns to talk about yet more ways to build computer logic in Factorio, featuring combinators this time, which turn out to be simpler to use than you’d think! Afterwards, Big Community Games announce another exciting event of theirs, this time with Industrial Revolution as the central focus.
Crossing into the realm of numbers that start with a three, issue #30 has stringweasel bringing a bit of a new format to Alt-F4: an interview, sort of. He talked to YouTube famous person Zisteau about his perspective on various topics relating to this game of ours.
This week, for issue #29, we have a rare double feature again! First up, TheKool, who can’t stop talking about modules, rounds out his Complexity Corner saga by talking about beacons and what they are good for. Then, oof2win2 returns to put the spotlight on their mod No Belts, which offers a very interesting alternative perspective on playing the game.
This fine week in March, first-time contributor Ph.X talks about their very compartmentalized system for laying out a base using isolated modules and connecting them through a Logistic Train Network. Taking inspiration from software development and the lessons learned there, Ph.X uses the concepts of Modular Programming to their advantage.
This week, pocarski continues his descent into belt-related madness by taking a look at universal balancers. The result is as crazy as it is useless, so you know we’re in for a treat!
In this week’s 26th issue of Alt-F4 (half a year of issues!), oof2win2 goes into the Factorio multiplayer and explains some of the technical machinations behind it. If you’ve ever wondered what a desync is or how the game manages to handle hundreds of players and many thousands of entities at once, please feel free to dive right in!
In this silver birthday issue of Alt-F4, TheKool returns for this third and final instalment of his series about modules. In it, he covers efficiency modules by talking about the theory and then presenting a real(ish)-world experiment!
Esta semana, estamos dando sequência ao artigo de pocarski da semana passada que era sobre como construir um computador dentro da Factorio usando apenas esteiras. Desta vez, estamos tentando ensiná-lo a lembrar das coisas. Vamos ver no que isso da.
Depois de um hiato de duas semanas devido a alguns lançamentos quentes da FFF, estamos de volta esta semana com dois artigos sobre esteiras. No primeiro, o Recon419A explora um conceito interessante que faz com que os esteiras entreguem itens just-in-time. Então, as coisas ficam verdadeiramente nerds quando Pocarski dá um mergulho profundo na construção de uma máquina de turing usando apenas esteiras. É Recomendado um diploma em Ciências da Computação!