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AI example: nanoWorld game application

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take a look at AI example

nanoWorld game application



nobody comment?

[Edited by - YuraAntonenko on October 25, 2010 3:51:51 AM]

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Nice, I am assuming that white is a herbavore and red is a carnivore. I have an old dos program just like this except it used a noise generated land mass.

Only problem I saw was that they tend to get stuck on the wall, you might want to try a wrap around map or reversing their direction when they reach the wall...

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Nice, I am assuming that white is a herbavore and red is a carnivore. I have an old dos program just like this except it used a noise generated land mass.

Only problem I saw was that they tend to get stuck on the wall, you might want to try a wrap around map or reversing their direction when they reach the wall...


it takes 5 or 10 minutes they learning something interest. they make group behavior and bands. and near the walls they have a lot of group behavoir.
give them some minutes. they improove fast.

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