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Offline Apo
« Posted 2011-12-17 14:32:19 »

Hi,

I want to present you my latest project. It's called ApoSkunkman.

ApoSkunkman is a nice looking bomberman clone with different themes, goodies, an editor etc. At the moment a "medium" bot is implemented. You can play against that bot with the cursor keys and the ctrl-button. Later I will try to add some more bots.
There are 2 different leveltypes:
  • Standard: In the standard level you task is to survive as the last.
  • Goal X: Reach the goalpoint as first.

When you ask yourself why it's special? It's the programming challenge this year at my university. All computer science students in the first semester have to write a bot.
You can join if you want. To assist you I develop an example player on this site (in german, but the API is very easy to unterstand). I will show how to address the player and how to move him. For any further question I provide you with help in my forum.

Applet: Click here
Download: Click here

Screenshots:
the "skunkman" theme

the "plants vs ersties" theme
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« Reply #1 - Posted 2012-06-01 23:26:09 »

This is GREAT! Es macht SpaƟ! I love Bomberman-style games, and a scripted/programmable AI bot environment is something I've always wanted to build. This looks really nice too. I haven't done more than just play a round so far. Using this as a teaching framework is very interesting. Best wishes.

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