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  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:55 . . ‎Skilgannon (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "Starting your own LiteRumble"‎ (I have some ideas about dealing with interactive users - closer range, not letting energy levels get below the enemy, varying colours of dark blue and grey bullets - perhaps that should be somethin...)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:35 . . ‎Tkiesel (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "Starting your own LiteRumble"‎ (That's always the kicker is that they have a very very hard time adapting to a top of the line bot like DrussGT or Diamond. I've had students say it's like the bot is reading their mind. Then I ...)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:30 . . ‎Skilgannon (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "Starting your own LiteRumble"‎ (Brilliant. I've always found the sample.Interactive very difficult to control, I don't think I'd stand a chance against DrussGT =) I bet if I set the bullet colour to something more similar to the ...)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:26 . . ‎Skilgannon (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "LRP (ish)"‎ (I use APS because it is stable and always available. ANPP is sometimes not available (just after stabilising, before batches have run). I could use rating, but that I feel is too closely fit to whi...)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:23 . . ‎Skilgannon (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "LRP (ish)"‎ (Wow, sorry I missed these. The reason I use this green is because I just do a simple RGB 3-layer image, and set the different pixels manually. I would have to do a much more complex transform to ge...)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:23 . . ‎Tkiesel (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "Starting your own LiteRumble"‎ (Excellent. I can just host participants on a Dropbox text file. Thanks for the info! By the way, a favorite thing I do when introducing my kids to Robocode is to have a pair of them (driver and ...)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 18:14 . . ‎Skilgannon (Talk | contribs) posted a reply to "Starting your own LiteRumble"‎ (Sure, it's easy enough. # Create your own app on [https://cloud.google.com/appengine/ Google AppEngine] # Download and extract the code from [https://bitbucket.org/jkflying/literumble/get/default....)
  • (diff | hist) . . m DeBroglie‎; 18:03 . . (-1)‎ . . ‎Tkiesel (Talk | contribs)(rank update)
  • Talk:LiteRumble; 17:50 . . ‎Tkiesel (Talk | contribs) posted a new thread, "Starting your own LiteRumble"‎ (Does anyone have some advice for starting up a custom and/or private LiteRumble? I've got a new batch of programming students that I'm leading through Robocode and I'd love to run a custom bracket...)
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