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Hi everybody! As I can''t wait for my own strategy-game to get finished (this is really far away from now ) I''m wondering if you guys know any 2D-tilebased strategy-game/RPG (please no chess or classic board-game)I could program an AI for in C++? What I''m looking for is an open-source project (or something like it) in which I could test my A* algorithm and a few other issues (like multi-level finite state machine). I could even work on improving the AI for that game. Anything would do, I just want some training. Do you know any such game? Thanks!

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Original post by Unwise owl
Hi everybody!

As I can''t wait for my own strategy-game to get finished (this is really far away from now ) I''m wondering if you guys know any 2D-tilebased strategy-game/RPG (please no chess or classic board-game)I could program an AI for in C++?

What I''m looking for is an open-source project (or something like it) in which I could test my A* algorithm and a few other issues (like multi-level finite state machine). I could even work on improving the AI for that game. Anything would do, I just want some training.

Do you know any such game?
Thanks!



http://freecraft.org/
http://sources.redhat.com/xconq/
http://www.freeciv.org/

http://directory.google.com/Top/Computers/Open_Source/Software/Games/

Also, please allow me to lobby (one more time) for members of this forum to learn
about and learn to use, google for web searching. I found all the above links in
a fraction of the time it took me to type this response. If someone has a question
like this poster, they can get their answer in less time than it takes to post their
question here.

I am not suggesting that the readers of this forum don''t have time for questions
like this! Only that, why should the poster wait for someone to show up and then
answer this easy question, when the original poster could have an answer much
much sooner, by doing a little searching on his own?

Eric

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