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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:23 am

Five hours until the weekend and I can start playing again!! It's Father's Day - that means I can hide in a room by myself for 40 of the next 48 hours, right?! :)
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by Paingod » Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:27 am

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Five hours until the weekend and I can start playing again!! It's Father's Day - that means I can hide in a room by myself for 40 of the next 48 hours, right?! :)
I hear it's what all the best fathers do!
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Sat Jun 23, 2018 11:02 am

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And I finished the game! It took a mere 84:12:11. That is all playtime - no letting it run while I did other things. I think there might be room for me to improve. Just knowing what builds what will almost certainly make me faster in the next game.

Overall, I have 104 hours in the game so even if I never touch it again, I've certainly gotten my money's worth.
Second game complete - 43:29:53.

I took too long to realize I needed to bootstrap my way to Yellow science to get Logistics. Once I got that, things went quickly. Probably wasted about 10 hours.

Total time played - 157 hours. Not bad for $20.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Thu May 09, 2019 1:08 pm

I've been trying to play a game where I only hand craft the minimum number of items required. I think it's like 144 or something like that. I think I messed up early on and crafted 2 or 3 of something instead of just 1. I've soldiered on, though, as it's kind of a fun thing to do. I've got 4 science, although it is very, very manual. I'm trying to redesign things so it all flows, rather than relying on me running around doing things. I'm making progress. It's still quite fun and addicting. 5 hours goes by in the blink of an eye... :oops:
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Thu May 09, 2019 5:41 pm

stessier wrote:
Thu May 09, 2019 1:08 pm
I've been trying to play a game where I only hand craft the minimum number of items required. I think it's like 144 or something like that. I think I messed up early on and crafted 2 or 3 of something instead of just 1. I've soldiered on, though, as it's kind of a fun thing to do. I've got 4 science, although it is very, very manual. I'm trying to redesign things so it all flows, rather than relying on me running around doing things. I'm making progress. It's still quite fun and addicting. 5 hours goes by in the blink of an eye... :oops:
I'm doing this achievement right now as well. 104 is the minimum number of hand-crafted items, and the achievement is fewer than 111. The achievement is named ironically: Lazy Bastard. It's anything but.

It's also a pretty fun way to play.

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Mon May 13, 2019 11:56 am

I'm trying to do it without using trains. It's making for some really, really long pipelines and conveyor belts, but it's kind of interesting. I'm also making blue belts for the first time (well, the first time in any numbers - more than 10).

My current bottleneck/pressing issue is how few blue circuits I'm making. I thought I had expanded my refining correctly, but it turned out I had forgotten to put in a last piece of piping that connected all the new units to the main pipeline. Oops. Now I realize I'm going to need more oil to be pumped. I have a 1300% site located and subdued, but it's the last one in my visible area, which means I need to do some more exploring. I seem to use up those resources surprisingly quick.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by Paingod » Mon May 13, 2019 1:04 pm

The Meal wrote:
Thu May 09, 2019 5:41 pm
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Thu May 09, 2019 1:08 pm
I've been trying to play a game where I only hand craft the minimum number of items required. I think it's like 144 or something like that. I think I messed up early on and crafted 2 or 3 of something instead of just 1. I've soldiered on, though, as it's kind of a fun thing to do. I've got 4 science, although it is very, very manual. I'm trying to redesign things so it all flows, rather than relying on me running around doing things. I'm making progress. It's still quite fun and addicting. 5 hours goes by in the blink of an eye... :oops:
I'm doing this achievement right now as well. 104 is the minimum number of hand-crafted items, and the achievement is fewer than 111. The achievement is named ironically: Lazy Bastard. It's anything but.

It's also a pretty fun way to play.
I enjoyed my Lazy Bastard run, but it's not one I'd repeat. :lol:
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I'm trying to do it without using trains. It's making for some really, really long pipelines and conveyor belts, but it's kind of interesting. I'm also making blue belts for the first time (well, the first time in any numbers - more than 10).
Trains are something I never quite got into. I actually forced myself to use a "Train" style map just to break the barrier. Until then, I'd barrel all my liquids and ship them via conveyor, and then send back the empty barrels on a return belt. Never bothered me to use conveyors over trains, but it felt a touch like I was using a crutch.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Mon May 13, 2019 1:12 pm

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stessier wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 11:56 am
I'm trying to do it without using trains. It's making for some really, really long pipelines and conveyor belts, but it's kind of interesting. I'm also making blue belts for the first time (well, the first time in any numbers - more than 10).
Trains are something I never quite got into. I actually forced myself to use a "Train" style map just to break the barrier. Until then, I'd barrel all my liquids and ship them via conveyor, and then send back the empty barrels on a return belt. Never bothered me to use conveyors over trains, but it felt a touch like I was using a crutch.
Why did you bother to put the liquids in barrels? Seems way easier just to pipe it everywhere - less resources compared to building conveyors, barrels, and/or trains.

I feel just putting conveyors everywhere is like cheating. Planning an efficient train layout is a challenge. :)
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by Paingod » Mon May 13, 2019 1:34 pm

stessier wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 1:12 pm
Paingod wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 1:04 pm
stessier wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 11:56 am
I'm trying to do it without using trains. It's making for some really, really long pipelines and conveyor belts, but it's kind of interesting. I'm also making blue belts for the first time (well, the first time in any numbers - more than 10).
Trains are something I never quite got into. I actually forced myself to use a "Train" style map just to break the barrier. Until then, I'd barrel all my liquids and ship them via conveyor, and then send back the empty barrels on a return belt. Never bothered me to use conveyors over trains, but it felt a touch like I was using a crutch.
Why did you bother to put the liquids in barrels? Seems way easier just to pipe it everywhere - less resources compared to building conveyors, barrels, and/or trains?
I thought I had read something about pump power dropping off at some point, with liquids only going so far without a pump to push them along. Simply using barrels at each end felt like a fair solution. I never had a clog in production because of it. I just had a lot of barrels moving around.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Mon May 13, 2019 1:46 pm

Paingod wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 1:34 pm
stessier wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 1:12 pm
Paingod wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 1:04 pm
stessier wrote:
Mon May 13, 2019 11:56 am
I'm trying to do it without using trains. It's making for some really, really long pipelines and conveyor belts, but it's kind of interesting. I'm also making blue belts for the first time (well, the first time in any numbers - more than 10).
Trains are something I never quite got into. I actually forced myself to use a "Train" style map just to break the barrier. Until then, I'd barrel all my liquids and ship them via conveyor, and then send back the empty barrels on a return belt. Never bothered me to use conveyors over trains, but it felt a touch like I was using a crutch.
Why did you bother to put the liquids in barrels? Seems way easier just to pipe it everywhere - less resources compared to building conveyors, barrels, and/or trains?
I thought I had read something about pump power dropping off at some point, with liquids only going so far without a pump to push them along. Simply using barrels at each end felt like a fair solution. I never had a clog in production because of it. I just had a lot of barrels moving around.
I'll have to look into that. I have pipes a couple hundred units long and haven't seen any issues, but maybe it could be flowing faster/more efficiently and I don't realize it.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Mon May 13, 2019 2:59 pm

Research shows why we are both right! :)

My pumping is done using underground pipes. Underground pipes are counted as 2 (one at each end). Significant degradation in fluid flow is noticed after about 150 segments. That would be something like 1500 considering underground pipes cover 10 squares. So that's why I haven't noticed anything significant yet. If it goes long enough, though, I definitely will (and can be easily remedied with a few small pumps).
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by Paingod » Mon May 13, 2019 3:32 pm

My antiquated Factorio knowledge feels vindicated!
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Mon May 13, 2019 4:34 pm

I'm not yet at the train stage of my Lazy Bastard run (I amplified the resources but not their frequency for my starting map conditions). I am going nuts with use of logistics bots, however.

Trains are a fun thing that the game does right. If you enjoy Factorio but haven't dabbled with them yet, this is something fun that the game holds for your future.

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Tue May 14, 2019 8:52 am

I just got Logistics Bots (have had construction bots for quite a while). I only have 65 flying around right now and it's already made a world of difference. Get a few hundred more up and running and I'll really be able to start cranking out some science.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Tue May 28, 2019 12:57 pm

I'm up to 80+ hours in the current game. I made the mistake of watching some youtube vids on base building. They did things using a main bus for raw materials, so I scrapped my logistics heavy plan and decided to build a bus instead. It's going ok. This weekend I got Yellow science up and automated and finished researching for my rocket. I then spent the rest of the time acquiring new mineral deposits. My Evolution factor is up around 0.85, so it is taking a LOT to secure new deposits. Also, they are really spread out, so I'm having to range quite a ways from my starting location to find anything.

Most concerning is I haven't found any new oil sources in about 40 hours. I have one that is still at 2000% production, but when that runs out, I'm going to be stuck. So before working on Rocket components, I'm going to do some more exploring to locate and secure another site. I also need to upgrade my Green Circuit production. I have two cells running, but I frequently is unable to keep up with my demand...and frequently it's because I can't keep enough copper wire flowing. At least I'm no longer having blackouts - 2000 solar panels and 2700 accumulators seem to have fixed that for the moment.

It's always something in this game... :)
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Tue May 28, 2019 7:18 pm

I launched at 40 hours, but have kept playing. I'm up to 7700 logistics bots and about 1000 construction bots. I am circling back to some of my bot-only outposts and actually belting that product into my base. Still having a great time.

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Wed May 29, 2019 2:13 pm

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I launched at 40 hours, but have kept playing. I'm up to 7700 logistics bots and about 1000 construction bots. I am circling back to some of my bot-only outposts and actually belting that product into my base. Still having a great time.
Wow, impressive. How many of those are busy at any one time? In a previous game, I had around 2,000 logistics bots, but only 400 or so were busy at any one time. It seemed like there was more they could be doing, but I never looked into it that much. I also almost never use construction bots for anything other than repairs. I'm not very efficient. :)
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Wed May 29, 2019 7:23 pm

I've got a logistics wire that only puts new bots into the system when the available number drops below 25. So rougly 7375 active logistics bots at one point. Generally I run with about 1500 free unless I've just kickstarted some newfangled initiative (and then the number collapses back towards zero).

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Mon Jun 03, 2019 9:20 am

This weekend I only got to play for about 6 hours, but I made a few improvements:
  • Secured two new sites of copper ore - one is 10m and one is 2m. That should safeguard my future for quite a while.
  • Relocated my copper smelting operation. It was on the opposite side of the base from...well, everything, as that was where all the copper ore was once upon a time. Now, though, it's all on the other side and it was separated from everything by my solar array. With the new smelting, there will be fewer conveyors and the plates are being generated much closer to their point of use.
  • Finished a number of new techs including the personal roboport MK2. I've never used the personal roboports before, so I made myself some MK2 armor and then added 3 fusion reactors, 2 MK2 roboports, 5 lasers, and night vision goggles. I jumped in my tank to go fix a conveyor the biters were gnawing on and as I passed a biter nest, all these lasers started going off and my construction bots started fixing the conveyor and my tank all at the same time. My introduction to personal bots was a revelation!
  • With my new bot allies, I did a big sweeping exploration around my known space and found three new oil sites for a total of 10,500%. That was very good as my current supply was down to 1500% and I haven't started making rocket components yet. Now I can really ramp that up.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Tue Jun 04, 2019 11:46 am

It fills me with joy hearing about your newfound discovery of the game. So awesome!

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Mon Jun 17, 2019 9:20 am

So I finally launched my rocket, but it doesn't look like I got the achievement. Is there a way to see how many things I handcrafted?
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Mon Jun 17, 2019 1:10 pm

P key, then set your timescale.

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Tue Jun 18, 2019 4:10 am

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P key, then set your timescale.
I'm on version 0.16 and that seems to only show everything I've built, not what I've handcrafted. Am I missing something?
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Tue Jun 18, 2019 7:42 am

Nope, I misread what you were after.

I'm not sure how you see it after the fact. You can enable/disable achievement tracking (I don't remember the details as of how at the moment), and if you do so for Lazy Bastard it'll tell you how many handcrafts you have left. Not sure if/how it works after the fact. :(

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Wed Jun 19, 2019 10:33 am

Ah well. I launched the spaceship and didn't get the award, so I guess it can't hurt to try what you suggest.

I've never really played past launch before. My plan was to go without nuclear power or trains. I've done that through three launches but really can't see the challenge anymore. So I think I'll be adding trains and see just how much land I can take from the biters. My map has a bunch of iron and copper deposits, but they are all relatively small (<= 2M) and I burn through them pretty quickly. Also I think I'm at about 20 minutes between launches at this point - I think I want to get it under 5 minutes before moving on to the next game.
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by The Meal » Wed Jun 19, 2019 6:37 pm

I'm up to 26k logi bots and 181 launches (two rocket silos) in my game. I'm holding on to make the 20M green circuits achievement (I'm at 18M at the moment) before setting this game aside. This one is still my Lazy Bastard starting game and I still have hand crafts turned off. I haven't done any trains this game (hence the logi-bot-mageddon).

It's possible that you can see the number of hand crafts in the Lazy Bastard achievement (one of the upper-row buttons — the right-most one? then scroll down about 2/3rds the way), but I'm not 100%.

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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by stessier » Fri Aug 09, 2019 3:41 pm

It looks like 0.17 might be declared stable next week (if no major bugs crop up over the weekend). Really looking forward to some of the changes I've seen in youtube videos. (I know I could switch at any time, but the changes were coming so fast that I decided to wait until they settled on a final build.)
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Re: Factorio, highly addictive game(alpha)

Post by Zitterbacke » Sat Aug 10, 2019 1:00 pm

Did you put a satellite in the rocket?
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