Xadrian is a small application that can be used as a factory complex builder for the X³: Albion Prelude and X³: Terran Conflict games.
Xadrian lets you plan factory complexes before you actually build them in-game.
Here are some key features of "Xadrian":
· Knows all factories and sectors of a regular unmodified X3TC or X3AP game. Also includes the X3TC bonus sector "Harmony Of Perpetuity".
· Optional automatic base complex calculation.
· Load, save and print your complexes.
· Sun power is configurable per complex.
· Complex can be connected to a sector for automatic sun power configuration and calculation of next ship yards where the factories can be bought.
· Easy creation of mines. Just add a mine type and then enter as many asteroid yields as you want.
· Export to plain text and export/import of complex template codes for easy exchange of complex information via email or forum.
· Cross-platform GUI application. Runs on any platform supporting Java SE 6 or higher.
· Native look-and-feel on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X. Theme is configurable.
· Java 1.6 or later
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Complex data can now be exported to plain text to post it in a forum for example. It is also possible to export the complex data into a short template code from which the complex can also be imported. The export only contains the basic complex data, no special settings like price modifications and disabled factories.
· You can now enable nightmode in the preferences. The complex data is then displayed with light colors on dark background. Useful when using Xadrian on a second machine while playing the game in a dark room.
Production stats per minute:
· Production statistics can now also be displayed per minute instead of per hour to match the display of the commercial agent in-game. Numbers in Xadrian are not exactly the same as in-game. I guess the production stats display in-game has some issues with floating point math because the numbers displayed there do not match the cycle information data of the factories.