Corewars is a simulation game where a number of programs try to crash each other.
Version: 0.9.13Corewars is a simulation game where a number of programs try to crash each other. Corewars comes with a graphical user interface (GTK+) to display the running programs and statistics. Redcode is supported as well.
Operating System: Linux
Core Wars is a simulation game. A number of programs are loaded into a
virtual machine and executed. The programs can to crash each other,
manipulate other programs, overwrite as much memory as they can, etc...
The "best" program is selected according to a scoring mechanism which
involves the number of memory cells the program has overwritten, the
number of other programs it has crashed and whether/when it crashed.
Two different languages are supported. The one called "Corewars" is
easy to learn. The second language, called "Redcode", is harder to learn but also more powerful.
· Glib 1.2.x
· Gtk 1.2.x
What's New in This Release:
· changed division by zero handling to conform to the standard (Redcode)
· added internal dump option to command line client
· fixed bug in ZEROCHECK macro (Redcode)