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Personally I like that there is no explicit tutorial that tells you exactly how each component works; you have to do some experiments and figure it out on your own. With TUNG I want to recreate the feeling I got when I was first learning redstone, where you're figuring things out for yourself and learning as you go.

As for circuit outputs that interact with the world, I don't know. These things work well in minecraft and other sandbox games because there's an existing world to interact with, but TUNG's world does not exist in its own right. Its sole purpose is to be a location for the circuits you're building. For the duration of alpha, at least, the focus will be purely on the digital circuitry aspect, but after that anything could happen. You could probably make mods for all those things right now though: the fantastically talented pipe01 has built a modding framework for TUNG.


I agree with you on the fact that it's fun and rewarding figuring out for yourself, I just feel like later down the line critics won't share the same enthusiasm.


I decided a long time ago to prioritize my own vision for my games over any amount of money I could make.


Noble decision. If that is how you feel, then I will fully support you in any way I can.

Cheers :)