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A high-tech flat-screen television with crystal-clear image and rich color. Picks up transmissions from ancient satellites and ubiquitous data cards.
- 2 ˣ 1
- pass through only
- Cover Effectiveness
- Terrain Affordance
- -330 W
- 140% television watching
- Required Research
- Flatscreen television
- Skill Required
- Construction 8
- Work To Make
- 40,000 ticks (
A flatscreen television that is more entertaining than a tube television, but still 1 tier lower than the megascreen television. Effective in a 5x6 area in front of the object (that is, 5 deep, 6 wide). Seats must face the TV. The flatscreen television has an entertainment strength factor of 140%.
Flatscreen televisions can be constructed after the Flatscreen Television research has been completed, using the Recreation tab of the Architect menu. They require 140 Steel, 16 Components, 40,000 ticks ( of work to make and a Construction skill of 8.
The flatscreen television has an entertainment strength factor of 140%.
Flatscreen televisions placed facing hospital beds can allow recovering pawns to watch TV for recreational purposes. This can be very useful, as the only other option that bed-bound pawns have requires another colonist to talk to them, and joy-less colonists suffer terrible mood penalties.
Flatscreen televisions can be used for resource compression, compressing 59.7 kg of 105 steel and 12 components into a mere 8 kilos. This allows you to carry 7 times the weight you normally would on a caravan, but means that you will lose 25 percent of the 140 steel and 16 components.
- 0.13.1135 - Added. Sick people in bed can now watch TV
- 0.19 - can now be constructed.