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- Bot Name
- Jacob Litewski
- What's special about it?
- It's my attempt at a semi-good Wave Surfing movement
- Great, I want to try it. Where can I download it?
- Currently, there isn't a download link
- How competitive is it?
- Against DustBunny 3.8, without shooting, does fairly well. The current results are:
1st hackhalotwo.GravityWave 30167 (74%) 23900 4800 0 0 1366 102 480 20 0 2nd mld.DustBunny 3.8 10368 (26%) 1000 200 8926 166 76 0 20 480 0
- This is the newest test against RaikoMX:
1st jam.RaikoMX 0.32 54784 (76%) 10650 2130 39674 2301 4 25 213 287 0 2nd hackhalotwo.GravityWave 17506 (24%) 14250 2870 0 0 336 50 287 213 0
The tests I do are here.
- How does it fire?
- It's a non-firing robot
- How does it select a target to attack/avoid in melee?
- First one seen I guess
- What does it save between rounds and matches?
- It saves between rounds currently.
- Where did you get the name?
- GravityWave is basically a mix of WaveSurfing and Anti-Gravity.
- Can I use your code?
- It will be in GITS when a good stable version comes out
- What's next for your robot?
- work on fixing and perfecting the movement
- Does it have any White Whales?
- Not currently
What I'm Working On
- Bin Smoothing
- I'm working on implementing a Bin Smoothing function that runs every x ticks to reduce or hinder small spikes. I'm thinking every 200 ticks will be enough.
- I'm working on implementing a better Wave detection script. My first feat is moving all the Wave detection functions from the robot and puting them in their own class.
- Wall Smoothing
- I'm working on implementing a better Wall Smoothing function. This is most likely going to come after I finish up the new Wave function.