Current Circuit Builder

Current Circuit Builder


In this sandbox game you can build almost any electrical circuit you can imagine. The electronics have been simplified and doesn't behave as real electronics. Begin by creating simple circuits like blinking light bulbs and memory which can store values, and as you learn more about the components you can advance to creating a full replica of a 4-bit computer.

List of various features:
* Current Community (BETA) allows you to browser circuits created by other users aswell as uploading your own.
* Easily create backups of your circuits to be safe if something goes wrong.
* Create worlds with different dimensions and easily copypaste your circuits between them.
* Zoom with the volume keys to get a nice overview of your large circuits.
* Customization settings are available.

Building tips:
To learn how to build a particular module you can use your favorite search engine to find schematics for many circuits (example search term: "electronics 1-bit adder").

Permissions explanation:
android.permission.INTERNET - To use CurrentCommunity
android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - To check if you have an internet connection
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - To save worlds on the sdcard
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - To load worlds from the sdcard

Recent changes:
- Temporary change for Current Community.
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3.3
User ratings
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Installs
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File size
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About Current Circuit Builder
In this sandbox game you can build almost any electrical circuit you can imagine. The electronics have been simplified and doesn't behave as real electronics. Begin by creating simple circuits like blinking light bulbs and memory which can store values, and as you learn more about the components you can advance to creating a full replica of a 4-bit computer.

List of various features:
* Current Community (BETA) allows you to browser circuits created by other users aswell as uploading your own.
* Easily create backups of your circuits to be safe if something goes wrong.
* Create worlds with different dimensions and easily copypaste your circuits between them.
* Zoom with the volume keys to get a nice overview of your large circuits.
* Customization settings are available.

Building tips:
To learn how to build a particular module you can use your favorite search engine to find schematics for many circuits (example search term: "electronics 1-bit adder").

Permissions explanation:
android.permission.INTERNET - To use CurrentCommunity
android.permission.ACCESS_NETWORK_STATE - To check if you have an internet connection
android.permission.WRITE_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - To save worlds on the sdcard
android.permission.READ_EXTERNAL_STORAGE - To load worlds from the sdcard

Recent changes:
- Temporary change for Current Community.
Android Market Comments
A Google User
Jul 10, 2015
Wow, this is awesome! Really useful app if you like electrical engineering. UI and mechanics work flawlessly. There is a small problem though, latches like the clocked RS flip-flop and D flip-flop don't work too well. For example, if you build a clocked RS flip-flop, exit the board editor, and return to editor the circuit will get stuck in a loop. I think this is because the editor doesn't save the states of wires in the save (all wires are turned off when the board is loaded). Fixing this would be a big help :)
A Google User
Jul 9, 2015
great other than the crashes... now all you need is sub circuits so you can compress stuff down
A Google User
Jul 5, 2015
Awesome Well put together.
A Google User
Jul 3, 2015
Great, but... Am I a idiot or can you not zoom in? Everything is tiny, but I don't know how to zoom in.
A Google User
Jun 30, 2015
Awesome But most items are not accessible from most devices (phones). Also drag the clear box over what you want to delete.
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