AI takes on Pac-Man - well in fact it plays both sides! An annual competition challenges participants to write Java programs to control Pac-Man or the ghosts! Pac-Man might not seem like a problem that is in the same league as, say, chess. In fact you might not even see it as a two player game but it is and always has been Pac-Man versus the Ghosts. Pac-Man meets AI
4 Cylinder Lego Engine, With 4 Valves
10 Great Engineering Projects Using Lego | Prosig Noise & Vibration Measurement Blog Since it’s Christmas Eve Eve, here is a little lighthearted Christmas entertainment. Regular readers of this blog or those who follow our Facebook or Twitter feeds will know that some of us are big fans of well engineered Lego projects. So, since many of us will soon be waiting our turn with the children’s or grandchildren’s Christmas Lego, we have collected together eight of the best videos of Lego engineering projects that we could find.
This site tries to gather open-source reimplementations of great old games in one place. If you think that some information is missing or have any suggestions - send a pull request via Github or a mail to me. Since all these projects are open-source you can help them and make this world a better place. Or at least you can play something to appreciate the effort people put in them. Similar resources: check out Liberated Games, which specializes on commercial games, which were made free, and Free Gamer, a blog dedicated to open source game news.
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The Game of Life, also known simply as Life, is a cellular automaton devised by the British mathematician John Horton Conway in 1970. The "game" is a zero-player game, meaning that its evolution is determined by its initial state, requiring no further input. One interacts with the Game of Life by creating an initial configuration and observing how it evolves. Rules The universe of the Game of Life is an infinite two-dimensional orthogonal grid of square cells, each of which is in one of two possible states, alive or dead. Every cell interacts with its eight neighbours, which are the cells that are horizontally, vertically, or diagonally adjacent.
We know it sounds weird, at first: Playing games to do work. But traditional thinking is just plain wrong. Research shows that human beings have been hard-wired to express themselves and interact with each other through play.
Drag the ball to kick it around. If you see the ball moving, others are playing with it too. About Shove I've been too serious for my own good lately and thought that writing playful helloworldish apps for a while will cheer me up. It always has. Shove -- Kirubakaran's GAE Channel API Soccer App
After-JavaOne project Posted by kohsuke on June 8, 2009 at 10:34 PM PDT JavaOne is always such a big week for me (and many of us) that I need a bit of time to unwind before I go back to my regular routine. So this year, I took on a little hobby project.
Forfeit game - coding contest since 50 years | united-coders.com
A few Lego bricks might have been all Babbage needed to realise his dream of building the first working digital computer. LEGO enthusiast Andrew Carol has built three versions of Charles Babbage's Difference Engine, the computational machine originally designed by Babbage in the mid C19th century but not built during his lifetime. A working model was built by the London Science Museum in 1991 and now there's another replica - in LEGO Carol's models is not just a gimmick - it works! Babbage's design could evaluate 7th order polynomials to 31 digits of accuracy. Carol set out to build a working Difference Engine using only standard LEGO parts which could compute 2nd or 3rd order polynomials to 3 or 4 digits. Lego Difference Engine
Aunque los niños tienen una capacidad de aprendizaje muy importante, todo lo hacen con más ganas si además de aprender se entretienen. Theta Music Trainer es un sitio web recientemente lanzado que apunta en esa dirección, al ofrecer la posibilidad de aprender música jugando, tanto para quienes no saben nada de música como para quienes ya tienen un poco de conocimiento. Los juegos están distribuidos en cuatro categorías: melodías, armonías, ritmo y sonido. Cada una de ellas está dividida en 20 niveles de dificultad, de modo que podamos comenzar por los más sencillos hasta otros que tienen una cierta complejidad. Luego hay otra sección, llamada “Fundamentals”, en la cual se nos enseña toda la teoría de la música (escalas mayores, menores, intervalos, etc), y otra llamada “Course”, en la cual podemos entrenar nuestro oído para reconocer las notas. Theta Music Trainer, aprender música jugando
Civilization V – First Thoughts - Windward Wrocks
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Data Structures in Java/C++: A Free game in Java
Mini Helicoptero RC Chinook Marines 9003 (3CH) - Comprar Mini
Key Hero, practica mecanografía online y compara tu puntaje con el de otros usuarios
0 A.D. - An awesome opensource war/economy strategy game
Rubik's cube breakthrough