SuperCrazy

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SuperCrazy isn't to much like the usual crazy. Though it is very very random. Its movement is bound to certain rules, but within those rules it tries to be as random as possible. It completely obliterates Walls.

Movement

It uses a mostly orbital movement, limited by bounding off walls before it hits them, thanks to wall smoothing detector. Its actual orbital offset it moves at can vary from directly towards to directly away, but it rarely reaches these extremes as it is changed every round.

Targeting

It aims randomly in the direction the enemy is moving.

Code

package supersample;
 
import robocode.*;
import robocode.util.Utils;
import java.awt.*;
import java.awt.geom.*;
 
/**
 * SuperCrazy - a sample robot by Chase
 * <p/>
 * This robot moves around in a crazy pattern
 * and it fires randomly within the escape angle of the enemy
 */
public class SuperCrazy extends AdvancedRobot {
	/* How many times we have decided to not change direction. */
	public int sameDirectionCounter = 0;
 
	/* How long we should continue to move in the current direction */
	public long moveTime = 1;
 
	/* The direction we are moving in */
	public static int moveDirection = 1;
 
	/* The speed of the last bullet that hit us, used in determining how far to move before deciding to change direction again. */
	public static double lastBulletSpeed = 15.0;
 
	public double wallStick = 120;
 
	/**
	 * run: SuperCrazy's main run function
	 */
	public void run() {
		/* Set some crazy colors! */
		setBodyColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
		setGunColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
		setRadarColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
		setBulletColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
		setScanColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
 
		setAdjustGunForRobotTurn(true);
		setAdjustRadarForGunTurn(true);
 
		/* Loop forever */
 
		/* Simple Radar Code */
		while (true) {
			if (getRadarTurnRemaining() == 0.0)
		            	setTurnRadarRightRadians(Double.POSITIVE_INFINITY);
	        	execute();
		}
	}
 
	/**
	 * onScannedRobot:  Fire!
	 */
	public void onScannedRobot(ScannedRobotEvent e) {
		/* For effect only, doing this every turn could cause seizures. This makes it change every 32 turns. */
		if(e.getTime() % 32 == 0) {
			/* Set some crazy colors! */
			setBodyColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
			setGunColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
			setRadarColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
			setBulletColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
			setScanColor(new Color((float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random(),(float)Math.random()));
 
			/* Change the wall stick distance, to make us even more unpredictable */
			wallStick = 120 + Math.random()*40;
		}
 
 
		double absBearing = e.getBearingRadians() + getHeadingRadians();
		double distance = e.getDistance() + (Math.random()-0.5)*5.0;
 
		/* Radar Turn */
	    	double radarTurn = Utils.normalRelativeAngle(absBearing
	    	// Subtract current radar heading to get turn required
			- getRadarHeadingRadians() );
 
		double baseScanSpan = (18.0 + 36.0*Math.random());
		// Distance we want to scan from middle of enemy to either side
		double extraTurn = Math.min(Math.atan(baseScanSpan / distance), Math.PI/4.0);
			setTurnRadarRightRadians(radarTurn + (radarTurn < 0 ? -extraTurn : extraTurn));
 
		/* Movement */
		if(--moveTime <= 0) {
			distance = Math.max(distance, 100 + Math.random()*50) * 1.25;
			moveTime = 50 + (long)(distance / lastBulletSpeed);
 
			++sameDirectionCounter;
 
			/* Determine if we should change direction */
			if(Math.random() < 0.5 || sameDirectionCounter > 16) {
				moveDirection = -moveDirection;
				sameDirectionCounter = 0;
			}
		}
 
 
		/* Move perpendicular to our enemy, based on our movement direction */
		double goalDirection = absBearing-Math.PI/2.0*moveDirection;
 
		/* This is too clean for crazy! Add some randomness. */
		goalDirection += (Math.random()-0.5) * (Math.random()*2.0 + 1.0);
 
		/* Smooth around the walls, if we smooth too much, reverse direction! */
		double x = getX();
		double y = getY();
		double smooth = 0;
 
		/* Calculate the smoothing we would end up doing if we actually smoothed walls. */
		Rectangle2D fieldRect = new Rectangle2D.Double(18, 18, getBattleFieldWidth()-36, getBattleFieldHeight()-36);
 
		while (!fieldRect.contains(x+Math.sin(goalDirection)*wallStick, y+ Math.cos(goalDirection)*wallStick)) {
			/* turn a little toward enemy and try again */
			goalDirection += moveDirection*0.1;
			smooth += 0.1;
		}
 
		/* If we would have smoothed to much, then reverse direction. */
		/* Add && sameDirectionCounter != 0 check to make this smarter */
		if(smooth > 0.5 + Math.random()*0.125) {
			moveDirection = -moveDirection;
			sameDirectionCounter = 0;
		}
 
		double turn = Utils.normalRelativeAngle(goalDirection - getHeadingRadians());
 
		/* Adjust so we drive backwards if the turn is less to go backwards */
		if (Math.abs(turn) > Math.PI/2) {
			turn = Utils.normalRelativeAngle(turn + Math.PI);
			setBack(100);
		} else {
			setAhead(100);
		}
 
		setTurnRightRadians(turn);
 
 
		/* Gun */
		double bulletPower = 1.0 + Math.random()*2.0;
		double bulletSpeed = 20 - 3 * bulletPower;
 
		/* Aim at a random offset in the general direction the enemy is heading. */
		double enemyLatVel = e.getVelocity()*Math.sin(e.getHeadingRadians() - absBearing);
		double escapeAngle = Math.asin(8.0 / bulletSpeed);
 
		/* Signum produces 0 if it is not moving, meaning we will fire directly head on at an unmoving target */
		double enemyDirection = Math.signum(enemyLatVel);
		double angleOffset = escapeAngle * enemyDirection * Math.random();
		setTurnGunRightRadians(Utils.normalRelativeAngle(absBearing + angleOffset - getGunHeadingRadians()));
 
		/* Adding this if so it does not kill itself by firing. */
		if(getEnergy() > bulletPower) {
			setFire(bulletPower);
		}
	}
 
 
	public void onHitByBullet(HitByBulletEvent e) {
		lastBulletSpeed = e.getVelocity();
	}
}
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