OMT HO

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OMT_HO
Author(s) AWOL
Extends AdvancedRobot
Targeting Head-on/Circular
Movement Musashi Trick/Orbit
Released 2010
Current Version 1.0
Code Size i duno.
Code License Absolutely free.

Background Information

Bot Name
OMT_HO
Author
AWOL
Extends
AdvancedRobot
What's special about it?
Nothing, really. Just my very first 'good' bot, as in, it can destroy the sample bots :P (Including MyFirstTeam, something Shadow can't do >:D)
Great, I want to try it. Where can I download it?
I'll put it up soon enough.
How competitive is it?
Not sure, never submitted it to the Roborumble thing.

Additional Information

Where did you get the name?
From the abbreviations of its movement and targeting style: Obiting Musashi Trick + Head-on = OMT_HO.
Can I use your code?
Absolutely free. Go nuts, it's just beginner's stuff. (I mean, you have to wait until I stop procrastinating and)
What's next for your robot?
Nothing, really. I'm practically done with OMT_HO, so I'm decommissioning it until I figure out why 'if(getX() < getBattleFieldWidth() - blindStick && movingAway == false){ dir *= -1; movingAway = true; }' magically doesn't work. Probably has to do with the fact it's in a method and I've barely got a clue as to what I'm doing, so I'll just Ctrl+C Ctrl+V something off of a small wall-smoother.
Does it have any White Whales?
Anything that doesn't die before it beats itself disabled on the walls and corners and/or has Circular targeting and/or just any learning-algorithm-gun bot.
What other robot(s) is it based on?
Nobody in particular, just some code snippets from the Wiki here. The orbit part I made myself, and the radar/gun is the Narrow Lock.
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