User:Slugzilla

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Hi, I'm a high school sophomore from America.  I don't exactly remember when I came across robocode, but it was probably during my middle school years.
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Hi, I'm a high school sophomore from America.  I don't remember when I came across robocode, but it was probably during my middle school years.
 
   
 
   
My robot's were pretty good, compared to the sample bots. I could beat [[Crazy]], [[Corners]], and [[MyFirstRobot]].  However, I do remember that I was unable to beat [[Walls]].  
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My robot's were pretty good, compared to the sample bots =) I could beat [[Crazy]], [[Corners]], and [[MyFirstRobot]].  However, I do remember that I was unable to beat [[Walls]].  
  
I stopped playing robocode for a while, but I came back when I learned some basic java syntax and now my code is much cleaner and I like to think my robots have improved a hundredfold =)  
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I stopped playing for a while, but I came back when I learned some basic java syntax and now my code is much cleaner and I like to think my robots are fairly competitive =)  
  
 
I currently don't have that many bots, but more shall come!
 
I currently don't have that many bots, but more shall come!

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Slugzilla
Extends Human
Released 2003
Current Version 1.0

Background

Hi, I'm a high school sophomore from America. I don't remember when I came across robocode, but it was probably during my middle school years.

My robot's were pretty good, compared to the sample bots =) I could beat Crazy, Corners, and MyFirstRobot. However, I do remember that I was unable to beat Walls.

I stopped playing for a while, but I came back when I learned some basic java syntax and now my code is much cleaner and I like to think my robots are fairly competitive =)

I currently don't have that many bots, but more shall come!

Robots

Basilisk - A MiniBot that uses guessfactor targeting and stop and go/random movement. Currently #22 in the MiniRumble.

SquirmyToad - A NanoBot that uses a pattern matching gun and random movement. Currently #37 in the NanoRumble.

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