Electrical Age

327,370 Downloads Last Updated: Apr 22, 2020 Game Version: 1.7.10

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Rustic windmills

Do you like to play with sparks?

Electrical Age is a DC electricity simulation. This is not IC2 power, and certainly not RF: It uses state of the art simulation techniques to simulate real-life direct current inside of Minecraft. It is, for the most part, accurate and true to life.

Sometimes this means explosions, but they're the sort of explosions you learn from.

Want to know more?

Visit our support channel, we'll be happy to teach you the basics. Visit Wikipedia; the items you can find in Electrical Age act like in real life, so most things you read there are useful. Visit the dev server, if you have a reasonably powerful computer and would like to play with others.

We are currently recruiting writers for the wiki! If you can write English, and you're willing to spend the time documenting your early attempts at making something work, then we'd be overjoyed to assist.


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A better simulation
Real electrical simulation model (with resistive, inductive and capacitive effects). Behaviour similar to those of real life objects. We're not talking IC2 here, folks: This is an actual MNA solver.

Multiple electrical sources
Furnaces, solar panels, wind turbines, batteries, capacitors, steam turbines, ...

You won't believe it's not redstone!
A completely new logic system featuring XOR, NAND, AND, signal processors, buttons, switches, display screens, wireless transmission and more... using floating-point values. Actually quite useful.

Perfectly ordinary tools
XRay scanner, flashlight, portable mining drill, ...

Old redstone circuits can be exploited with electrical - redstones converters.

If that isn't enough, break out your OC computer!

Ran out of power? Buildcraft oil wells come quite in handy.

Break the cube
Cables, sensors, actuators, alarms, etc. can be placed on each face (outer and inner) of a cube, which allows a significant reduction of the consumed space by electrical installations.

Small and big electrical consumers
From the lamps, electrical furnaces,... to the miners, transporters, ...

Night-lighting revisited
Lamps, switches, street lights, ...


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