Heyo! The future of Nuclear Control is in World Control , which is for MC 1.10 and beyond!
Now on DVD and Blueray, I'm here to present you...
Nuclear Control 2!
Does your reactor look something like this?
Well, never more. Reactors are scary - if you mess up, goodbye base! Fortunately, you have a few friend thanks to this addon.
Many of the blocks added by Nuclear Control are used to warn and protect you, and not always just for nuclear reactors.
Some of the blocks:
The Thermal Monitor:
The thermal monitor lets you watch the temperature of your reactor. If the temperature goes above the amount on the block, a redstone signal will be sent out. This can be inverted.
Version 2.4.1a here .
Version 2.4.0b here .
Version 2.4.0a here .
Version 2.3.4a here .
Version 2.3.3a-Exist here .
Version 2.3.2a-Butt here .
Version 2.3.1a-Butt here .
Version 2.3.0a-Butt here .
Version 2.2.5a-GoingForTheKill here .
Version 2.2.1a-Yolo here .
Version 2.2.0a-Yolo here .
Version 2.1.2a here .
Version 2.1.0a here .
Version 2.0.8c here .
Version 2.0.8b here .
Version 2.0.8a here .
Version 2.0.6a here .
Version 2.0.5b-Unicorn here .
Version 2.0.5a-Unicorn here .
Version 2.0.0b here .
Version 2.0.0a here .
Look here .
Shedar's original thread .
Official changelog here .
How to install
You put the freakin' jar file in the freakin' mods folder. If you find INSTALLING a mod hard, just try to imagine how hard MAKING a mod is. All praise the developers (And Helix).
Updated Resource Packs
Integration within Nuclear Control:
- Big Reactors: special card to monitor BRs.
- AE2: special card to monitor a network.
- Buildcraft: wrenches should work.
- Redstone Flux (TE/BC): Average/Energy counters work with it.
- GregTech: there are GT recipes available for manly users.
- Not Enough Items: you can view the Web Upgrade's ID in a tooltip.
- OpenComputers: various drivers exist for the different blocks.
- Railcraft: makes sure the iron tank works.
- Waila: you can look at things and get info.
Integration from other mods:
- GregTech: adds the GregTech Sensor Kit. Also modified some recipes to require the Assembling Machine.
- Peripherals++: adds the Nuclear Reader.
Will this be updated for 1.10+?
Yes, and no. Nuclear Control is being renamed to World Control . It will be IC2-independant, but ideally everything you could do with Nuclear Control will be covered/replaced by World Control.
Will you move to CurseForge?
Will you drop IC2?
In the 1.10 version, yes.
ETA on next update?
I generally don't do ETAs.
Does this work in 1.7.2?
No, and I will not offer any technical support for older versions created for 1.7.2.
Feel free to include Nuclear Control in a modpack. But please don't alert me if you do, I really could care less.
Old changelogs? Old versions?
Look at Shedar's old thread .
Can I do a spotlight?
Yes, go ahead. You can even make ad-money off of it too.
How do I install?
Dude, look at the spoiler above this one.
gt nerfs ur recipes!!!! it make ur cards use assemble machine to recycle!!!!!!
I know. Great, right? Now I don't need to support that myself. Thanks, GregoriusT.
Prefer an other language then english? Don't worry, we got it covered! Probably.
Here is what we have translated:
German (Deutsch) from Vexatos.
Spanish (most of the different variants) from LordPeri and Franco Pellegrini.
French from Pyrolusite and Leagris.
Russian from Adaptivity and Ghostlyr.
Turkish from Toltol.
Chinese (Simplified) from 3TUSK, DoraDJ and crafteverywhere.
Swedish from JoelJoelTolz.
Brazilian Portuguese from Henrique.
Italian from ViperLol.
Croatian from BoggyDG.
Pirate Speak from your very own skeleton
Official wiki translators:
German (Deutsch) from LuminousLizard and Qwertz19281.
British English from Wolfman 123 and Chocohead.
Italian from lovideogiochi.
Russian from NickTheRed.
Brazilian Portuguese from Eduaddad.
Chinese (PRC) from 3TUSK.
Croatian from BoggyDG
Translations from the wiki do not cover every page, it takes a while to translate each article.
Is your language not up here? Feel free to contribute a translation here
Suggestions- look here before suggesting something!
Moved to 2nd post.
Shedar for the original mod.
Me for big portions of code.
Dmf444 for big portions of code.
Zuxelus256 for big portions of code.
Pyrolusite for new textures.
All of the translators in the language support tab.
Chocohead for random fixes.
Speiger for random fixes.
Player for minor optimizations.
Rallias for minor optimizations.
The anonymous guy on bitbucket who fixed a bug once.
Jadar, for cape code, which is distributed in this mod. His license .
Last, but not least, Mos20 for his Argo library.
Before submitting a crash or bug, make sure to test without these things.
Optifine - report to the optifine creator.
Cauldron/MCPC+ - report the Cauldron/MCPC+ creator.
(Cauldron doesn't exist anymore) or does it? dunno
Shaders - I'm sorry, no can do. They're mostly ugly anyway.
IC2 classic - ask
Immibis Speiger first if you have any issues.
Java 5 and below.
Java 9 and above.
Also, please report bugs/crashes in plain english when possible. I don't know Russian, or much Spanish, or any other language unfortunately. It's not easy to receive bug/crash reports you can't understand at all.