[ANNC] pybotwar-0.4

Discussion in 'Python' started by Lee Harr, Aug 5, 2009.

  1. Lee Harr

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    pybotwar is a fun and educational game where players
    create computer programs to control simulated robots
    to compete in a battle arena.

    http://pybotwar.googlecode.com/


    pybotwar uses pybox2d for the physical simulation,
    and uses pygame and pygsear for the visualization.

    pybotwar is released under GPLv3.


    Changes in pybotwar-0.4:
    - added display of robot status
    - added configuration file for easier testing of various options
    - remove / don't remove dead robots
    - robot max health
    - physics values (force, torque, mass, bullet speed)
    - add non graphics mode (for much faster resolution of battles)
    - fixed cannon heating going below zero


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