SimulationCraft 5.4.2 R 1

Explore combat mechanics in the popular MMO RPG World of Warcraft
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SimulationCraft is a free and open-source application that allows you to explore combat mechanics in the popular MMO RPG, World of Warcraft.

In other words, SimulationCraft is a multi-player event driven simulator written in C++ that lets you model player character DPS in various raiding scenarios.

The accuracy of traditional calculators has been eroded by the increasing class synergy and the prevalence of proc-based combat modifiers. These tools rely upon closed-form approximations to model very complex mechanics.

SimulationCraft aims to close the accuracy gap while maintaining a performance level high enough to calculate relative stat weights to aid gear selection.

SimulationCraft allows for raid/party creation of arbitrary size, and generates detailed charts and reports for both individual and raid performance.

In addition, SimulationCraft includes a simple GUI that allows you to download and analyze characters from the Armory.

SimulationCraft can also be launched via the command-line and in this case the player profiles are specified via parameter files.

last updated on:
January 11th, 2014, 20:49 GMT
file size:
29.3 MB
price:
FREE!
license type:
GPL 
developed by:
SimulationCraft Team
operating system(s):
Mac OS X 10.6 or later
binary format:
Intel only
category:
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SimulationCraft - This tab allows you to configure the parameters of WoW's gameplay.SimulationCraft - You can log in here to import your character's stats.SimulationCraft
What's New in version 5.4.1 R 2
  • General:
  • Deterministic RNG now works correctly with multiple threads.
  • Added new feature: Recently closed tabs. Whenever any tab is closed, it will be saved in this list. Simply mouse over "Close all tabs" and they will show up there.
  • Simulation failures should now always be written into the log file.
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