# One Ohm

Free Game

Rated 3.99/5 (557) —  Free Android application by AG Design Studio

Play the ONE and ONLY unique game on electrical resistor networks. if you can complete all the Levels then you are the Real Master of resistor networks.

How to Play:
Place the Resistors in the given network such that equivalent resistance of the entire network is "1Ω". The entire network must be filled to check for the Result. This Game contains the combination of Series, Parallel, Star(Wye) and Delta circuits of resistors.

This Game is intended to improve the knowledge on the Electrical Resistor Networks for the students of Electrical Engineering Related fields. This game uses simple resistor networks such that pen and paper is not needed for solving.

Features:
1) Unique Resistor network circuits
2) Hints for all the levels (Hint option comes if level is failed twice)
3) Surprising extra game mode for relaxing..

Please read the Help to know how to play this game. Have fun with Resistor Networks and don't forget to give your rating or comments...

Key Words:
Ohms Law, Resistance, Resistors, Equivalent Resistance, Resistor Network, Ohm, Star and Delta, Wye and Delta, Electrical Engineering, EEE, Series and Parallel Circuits...

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What's Changed
1) You Can Gift A Game with their characters to your loved ones
2) One new Extra Game Mode for relaxing
2) Hints are added for all the Levels
3) Hint option is displayed, if any Level is failed 2 times
Version update One Ohm was updated to version 1.7
Version update One Ohm was updated to version 1.4

## What are users saying about One Ohm

L70%
by L####:

For a person who never deals with this stuff I really enjoyed it. Suggestion: Add a button on the "chalkboard" that quickly references the formulas. To keep with the theme, maybe make the button a notebook/note icon. Again, for learning it would be helpful to refer back to those formulas quickly instead of clicking through the tutorial.

S70%
by S####:

I've really been enjoying this "game," solving the puzzles (sometimes with a little help from youtube). The thing I've been getting the most out of, though, has been going back and simplifying the circuits to make sure I really understand what's going on in them. Highly recommended to anyone just getting started with electronics. Also, the developer is responsive to questions and willing to break things down for you if you get stumped. If you've read this far and haven't downloaded it yet, check it out.

G70%
by G####:

Excellent

Q70%
by Q####:

Fun to play

B70%
by B####:

Very nice idea

M70%
by M####:

Very fantastic application . For steady purpose it is really great . Very Interesting .

P70%
by P####:

Good app but It make my phone too hot

X70%
by X####:

In the hints, you could say if are parallel or series

O70%
by O####:

Makes you think on your feet. It's also got some cool games in it.

K70%
by K####:

Gets difficult very quickly and has way too many ads

H70%
by H####:

very cool for refreshing physics knowledge and learning new techniques. It would be easier if I can choose a resistor and use it several times, like the eraser option.

N70%
by N####:

Good way of learning very interesting i will give it a 7/10 keep up the giod work

E70%
by E####:

as a student of electrical engineering, it feels so great to have a game like it solving easy & difficult circuit. Nothing to objection here.

C70%
by C####:

Difficulty ramps up very quickly, so it's better for refreshing knowledge than for learning

F70%
by F####:

New idea, very niche. Poor UX due to ads popping up randomly, button presses, no help and no screen rotation

Y70%
by Y####:

Some of these puzzles seem difficult, but with some intuition and logic are actually easy... some of the others are just plain old insanely difficult :-)

J70%
by J####:

It's intended objective is, "...to improve knowledge on ...resistor networks for students of Electrical Engineering..." I only have a basic understanding of electricity, and don't do these types of calculations every day so I was only got to level 7 trying to do the calc's in my head as suggested. If you're actually trying to sharpen your mental math skills to do this type of work often, check it out. Could be more relevant if it had more of each scenario and offered education as you go along.

R70%
by R####:

The UI is a bit cumbersome to use but otherwise the game is pretty fun. The problems are trivial elementary electrical engineering formulas, i.e. parallel resistance, series resistance, etc... It's all pretty straightforward but can get a little challenging in the higher levels just because you have to keep some numbers in your head. A good way to pass the time when you're sleepy and your brain needs to wind down a bit.

A70%
by A####:

Awesome game! My only issue is that I felt like, particularly in the later levels, they didn't get harder consistently. Lvl 19 and 20 both took me less than 5 min. to solve in my head. While level 18 took me almost 45 minutes. Great game though! Thanks a bunch :)

Z70%
by Z####:

I have studied physics and even though I can solve them, I literally need pen and paper to solve anything beyond level 3. You cannot solve most of them without doing proper calculations which makes this app pretty useless if you want just to casually play like most other games. I don't want to be sitting down and write on a piece of paper just to play a game. Makes no sense to me.

W70%
by W####:

If this is completely new or a refresher, you'll need to use the internet to figure out the rules. The formulas the game provides are not going to give a new player enough insight to solve these.

V70%
by V####:

Good

U70%
by U####:

Very good

I70%
by I####:

A tutorial would be nice.

T70%
by T####:

All the best Amar.....

L70%
by L####:

It's a mind improvement game

S70%
by S####:

it's importent FOR EEE Engineering students

G70%
by G####:

Aap log ko kaam dhanda nhi hai Jo aisa faltu game banate ho

Q70%
by Q####:

After a few levels feels like I'm back in school at a class I don't want be in

B70%
by B####:

Seems quite a good game so far, but too many ads, even if you don't fail the levels.

M70%
by M####:

Thanks alot man. I need a game like this

P70%
by P####:

Cool concept but feels too like real life/work

X70%
by X####:

Very challenging game, well designed and helped teach me about resistors.

O70%
by O####:

TOO MANY ADS. Shoving an ad in my face every minute is not going to make me pay to remove them, it's going to make me uninstall the app. I can't form an opinion on whether or not it's worth paying to support the app creator if I can't play the game for 30 seconds without a VIDEO ADVERTISEMENT appearing.

K70%
by K####:

There's no feedback when you get something wrong. No tutorial for how things are supposed to work either with the controls or the physics. The interface is a bit too dry too. The concept is a good one though, just needs some polish.

H70%
by H####:

It would be nice to have the wrong answer values displayed when checking your answer. When I'm fairly certain I am right but the does not acknowledge that I am, I'd like to know what the game calculates my answer to be

N70%
by N####:

Great puzzle game to play when you have a few minutes. Does not require pen and paper, although Delta-Wye transforms comes up at least twice in later levels.

E70%
by E####:

EET graduate. This is not a game. It will require pen, paper, and calculator :) That being said if you want to practice circuit solving skills this is excellent. Please display the calculated resistance for failed attempts. This would eliminate the need for pen and paper, at least for me.

C70%
by C####:

It is rather a mathematical challenge to find the right combination for each circuit. For example for the circuit with 3 parallel resistors there is the trivial 3-3-3 solution that gives 1, but there is also another one: 2-3-6. Finding these combos are the real challenge here.

Q70%
by Q####:

Good app

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