The status of Survivalcraft at Apple is still “Waiting For Review”.
All other platforms have it already, unfortunately iOS guys have to be patient, there’s nothing we can do to speed it up. I’ll let you know as soon as there are any changes.
In the meantime, here’s a description of some more electric elements from 1.23.
Converts analog signal into 4 digital signals.
This device takes a single analog signal through the back input (you need to use wire-through-block to access it). It then splits the signal into 4 constituent bits and outputs them (as digital signals) on its 4 numbered outputs.
Here’s a table that will hopefully help you understand relationship between analog signal and its 4-bit representation:
|Voltage||Hex Digit (on 7 segment display)||Bit 0||Bit 1||Bit 2||Bit 3|
Converts 4 digital signals into a single analog signal.
This is a device that works like Analog-To-Digital converter in reverse. It takes 4 digital signals on its four numbered side inputs and combines them into a single analog signal at the back output. Use the above table in reverse to see how bits match up with voltages.
These devices are not flashy and boomy stuff, like displays, sound generators or gunpowder kegs. Still, they are invaluable when constructing complex electric circuits. What to use them for?
- Whenever you need to access specific bits of an analog signal
- Whenever you want to combine several digital signals into a single analog signal