OreSome is a 2D strategy game about ore -- exploring space for it, fighting aliens for it, blowing up planets with it. Build a network of frames and bots to defeat your enemies -- or just throw a sun at them. In a dying, decrepit universe full of foes, build up your forces and mine your way to the top of the food chain to explore further and further out into the void. By the time you're ready, you'll be powering light speed jump drives with stars, building Death Star style super weapons with black holes and in charge of the largest scale mining operation ever known to man -- all working for one of humanity's least scrupulous corporations -- and there's a lot of competition.

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Jan 13 2013, 2:28pm Anchor

Power Frame – Igor, throw the switch! If not Igor, disregard. Right click on this frame to power any connected frames. A second right click turns the power to pulse mode, for a repeating burst of power. Powered hardpoints will become visibly electrified, any bots in them with activate and any power-able frames will too. A third click turns it off.

Ingame the power frame looks like this:

When you right click the power frame, it turns on and this construction looks like this:

You can clearly see the power rides through whole the framework and powers both anchors.

Keep in mind the power frame has 3 settings, when you place it, it is in setting 1. Right clicking changes the settings to:
1) Power Off
2) Power On
3) Pulse Mode

- EDIT with thanks to Mercurio & Freelancer11 -
The research for Power Frame & Insulator frame is right here.

If anyone feels I forgot something important about the power frame, please don't hesitate to put a comment below.

Edited by: svleur

Jan 15 2013, 4:29pm Anchor

Something important? I'd like to know how you research it. Dunno if I overlooked it but I know that I explicitly searched for it in the research menu and didn't find it in any category.

Jan 15 2013, 4:53pm Anchor

Powered frames? Green tree, level 3.

Maybe I need to start a wiki...

Jan 15 2013, 5:00pm Anchor

Fixed that mate thank you :)

Jan 15 2013, 5:16pm Anchor

Oh okies o.o
I was looking for the actual frame image.

Jan 24 2013, 8:37pm Anchor
Freelancer11 wrote:Powered frames? Green tree, level 3.

Maybe I need to start a wiki...


DO THAT

Jan 25 2013, 3:17am Anchor

Actually Tylord, we are currently in the middle of creating such a wikia. I'm taking that responsibility on me, for I want Freelancer to code the game ;)

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