Techtonica has just been released on Early Access over on Steam and has proven to be a hit with its unique mechanics. One of these mechanics that has left some players scratching their heads is the Core Composer, which is why we have put together this Core Composer guide to help explain what to do with this essential tool.
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Techtonica Core Composer Tips
Laying the Groundwork
The main thing with the Core Composer is that it requires a lot of space. I would recommend building a power floor of about 15 tiles by 20 in a spot where there is a high ceiling, this gives you room to fully optimise the Composer both by letting it go upwards and pushing out its creations to the side.
How to Use
The Core Composer’s role is to process research cores and produce new items. It is recommended that you automate this process to some degree. Start by making an assembler with Copper Wire and Mechanical Parts. Then make a conveyor belt leading into the assembler and connect it to the ports of the Core Composer to create a constant stream of items.
This automation is why it is important to leave a lot of upward space as the cores start to grow up as more and more get stockpiled, if there’s no upward space the Composer will start to spread sideways and take over even more space, which isn’t very optimal.
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