sadovsf Posted December 14, 2017 Share Posted December 14, 2017 And that sums would need to be checked and simulated, then differences between lines needs to be simulated and you are slowly getting to what i described few posts before. CPU are powerfull but there is simply too much data to process to make ohms law work across compilcated possibly over big distances on map. I work as a programmer in game industry and you can trust me that CPU is not powerful enough for most simulations even close to reality... I'am quite often count single instructions to optimize stuff just because CPU is not powerfull enough especially in games like this one where it does not run on HW itself (its c#) and where you have ton of other calculations to be done in each grid space Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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