Electroquest: Resistance is Futile

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Welcome to Electroquest: Resistance is Futile! This brainteaser is a good opportunity to check your knowledge of electrical engineering and improve your logical thinking. Test your engineering skills and try to put all the elements of an electric circuit in the right places.

Your goal is to place all the elements in a way to get them connected into a proper line circuit system. Let there be light!

Game features:
  • 30 challenging levels to beat;
  • А great test for your knowledge of electrical engineering.

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Coffee-Powered Games
Coffee-Powered Games
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Not rated

System requirements for macOS

  • OS: 10.6
  • Processor: Intel single core
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 2011 GPU
  • Storage: 550 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz Dual Core
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA Geforce GTS 450 or AMD Radeon HD 6750
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 400 MB available space
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
Basically, the Idea of making a "Learning Game" about Electrical Engineering is very commendable. Unfortunately, however, it is a very weak Implementation. You get thrown into a Game without Guidance. According To which one has understood the Prizip, however, it is very very boring. It also has little to do with Electro-techics. In Prizip, it's just puzzling. Alternative Solutions that exist are not recognized. (A Piezo can be used as a Signal receiver as well as a Transmitter for Sounds). Unfortunately, the Game also contains some Bugs and Errors in the broadest sense. If you put something wrong, you can't move it anymore. The Door bell Music is worse with time than Nails on a Slate table. So unfortunately one of the worst Players I've ever played.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
So I´m writing a positive review for this game to support the creators. Knowing some game devs by myself I was told that it´s very "devastating" for a seller if you have some negative reviews so I want to give this a chance since I assume after feedback the game - once you´ve bought it - is going to improove from it´s current state. I can confirm many of the parts that the person in the other review (well this review is the 2nd about this game) wrote. It´s basically a puzzle game (which is very easy so there is no real "riddle" to be solved) where you have a circuit on one side and some parts on the other side. All you have to do is put the parts from the parts side to the circuit / schematic. Then you can test the circuit and see it working - it´s animated. That means for example you can see a LED light up or a motor makes a motor sound and you can see the "wheel" that´s mounted on the motor spinning. I am not sure in what direction the devs want to head at this certain state of the game. Make it an electronic puzzle game... ok why not... but they kinda claim you learn about basic electric circuits in this game (at least I think they claim about that as I read the game description) but actually you don´t really learn much - apart from learning what schematic picture belongs to what "real life" part. After you´ve completed your experiments you can test them and for example use a magnet (can be "held" on the circuit) to trigger a reed relay or later you probably can use a flashligt to trigger a photo resistor. This also could be called learning - but what they should have done is give a BASIC and short explanation about what you´ve built and how and why current is flowing to get the LED light up. Thats why I gave it a positive review. As it is now... you can check it out but do not expect much from it... but assuming they still fix things here and there... it´s a nice puzzle game with "you learn some stuff about electricity on a VERY basic level there". Oh and I could write more details about the electrical stuff because due to my apprenticeship in electronics / electronics hobby I really know that stuff but I don´t want to go to deep into detail. Not all things are ... "good" from a scienthific viewpoint but for very very basic electrics teaching this game has potential.
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