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Building in One Hour One Life loosely refers to crafting structures, such as roads and buildings. They are indicators of an advanced civilization.
Roads[edit | edit source]
Stone Roads increase the walking speed of your character, and take over the movement in the direction the road leads. They can be used to set up speedy routes between far away resources and neighboring towns. It is created by placing a Flat Rock on Floor Stakes.
Stone Floor and Wooden Floors although not technically 'roads', are commonly used as such. Especially around areas such as farms, where it is inconvenient to skid around trying to stop. They are created by placing Cut Stones or Boards respectively on Floor Stakes.
Buildings[edit | edit source]
Buildings can be made out of Pine, Adobe, Wood or Stone.
|“||Walls and floors hold heat in a larger area. Close the door to stop heat from leaking out.||„|
|~ The Tutorial|
Door[edit | edit source]
A Door is a structure which can be opened and closed by interacting with it (even when holding items or injured). It is installed using Marking Stakes, and can be removed by using a knife or flint chip. Wooden Doors can be locked using a Lock and Key. Closing a door with a lock will automatically lock it. So try not to get locked in a room without a key. Pine Doors are considered very expensive due to the amount of milkweed required, and are not lockable. A Springy Wooden Door closes automatically, and cannot be locked.
Wall[edit | edit source]
A Wall is an impassible structure made to prevent passage of Animals or players, and hold Heat inside of a room. It is installed using Marking Stakes, and can be removed depending on what material they are made of. Stone Walls (If they haven't already turned into Ancient Stone Walls), and wet Adobe Walls can be deconstructed by using a Steel Mining Pick. Pine Walls can be deconstructed by using a Steel Axe, which will turn it into Kindling. Pine Walls are considered very expensive due to the amount of milkweed required.
Floor[edit | edit source]
Floors are walkable structures made to increase the Heat inside of an area or room. They are installed using Marking Stakes, and can be removed depending on what material they are made of. Wooden Floors can be removed by using a Steel Adze, and Stone Floors can be removed by using a Steel Mining Pick.
Other Structures[edit | edit source]
Machines[edit | edit source]
History[edit | edit source]
- v.152 - Held-objects now trigger bare-hand transitions if no other transition applies. This means you can now open a door when your hands are full.
- v.156 - doors and minecarts can be activated while holding objects including a baby.
- v.239 - "Roads, along with stone walls, are not reclaimed by nature, so you can build long-term routes across the map, even as civilizations die out along those routes. This should help distant villages continue to find each other over time.
- v.247 - Fixed so you can't build a road/floor on top of an existing road/floor.
References[edit | edit source]
- Jason Rohrer, OHOL Forums, "Update: Precious Life", 8 June 2019