A simple CPU built in Fallout 4 using the Advanced Settlement Power mod (NOT the DLC logic gates)

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When the fourth bit of DLC for Fallout 4 (Contraptions Workshop) was released there was a lot of excitement about the logic gates it contained. Most people aren't aware of the fact that it has been possible to build logic gates since the release of Wasteland Workshop. Even fewer people know that a digital electronics mod, Advanced Settlement Power, has been available since March.

ASP is nearly mature enough to fulfill its main reason for existence: building a CPU in Fallout.

additional project information forthcoming

(note: the Wasteland Workshop videos are not mine. they were done by /u/tim-timman)


a simple program that tests the compare and conditional branch instructions

prog - 69.00 bytes - 07/08/2016 at 01:55



information on the architecture of the cpu. contains state information for each instruction

plain - 6.59 kB - 07/08/2016 at 01:55



circ - 36.04 kB - 07/08/2016 at 01:55


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dudealert86 wrote 05/29/2017 at 07:29 point

Hey man, on my page I have a picture of an ALU that I built with your logic gates. I do a lot of school, so it'll be a bit before I have a working computer in the game with them. I want to use the light boxes to display each pixel, and do something with the conveyor belts in the game to load programs into it when I'm done.

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