Mod Request, Hydraulics !

Discussion in 'Besiege: Modding' started by NeXuSIIITFN, May 24, 2017.

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Is it possible???

  1. YES!!!

    71.4%
  2. No.

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  1. NeXuSIIITFN

    NeXuSIIITFN New Member

    Hi pals and modders , id like to request a mod for besiege 0.45 if possible
    im new here so im sorry if i do something wrong.

    Id like to request a mod , kind of like Hydraulics, or a block that can extend and subtract while holding a button, something like a piston , but the piston has toggle mechanic.

    The block should be like the Slider - but that can extend 3x it's size (make it an option if possible) , for advanced machinery
    If u press and hold an Extend button , it will grow , not extend at once. Kind of like the Winch
    if u press and hold it exdends / subtracts , Make it have a speed option , and Strength option (if possible)
    it would make building Dozzers and other funny and great machines that use Hydraulics so great,
    combined with Hinges it would be so much fun to play with.

    Thank you so much for your time and hard work , keep it up guys !
     
    Last edited: May 24, 2017
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  2. elrae70

    elrae70 New Member

    I second this! This would be a ton of fun to use! Heck, is it possible to just modify a slider?
     
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  3. vorticus

    vorticus Member

    YEAHH! i third this :DDD transformer time!
     
  4. Yuri

    Yuri Member

    back some versions ago. if you set the springyness of a suspension to -10 or something it used to slide indefinitley. so just bringing that back and adding some degree of control.
     
  5. i think if you attach a piston to a block, then attach a winch from the piston to the block the piston's connected to, then set the winch to a negative value, it can work the way you want

    OR

    it could glitch something
    im not too sure, havent tried it yet. you should try it and see what happens
     
  6. Yuri

    Yuri Member

    it broke the game
     
  7. fun

    yeah i just tried it, it doesnt work well :(
    you could attach a rope to an already extended piston like before except dont make it negative, and you can control it in terms of going back down but not extending
     

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