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{{Infobox Robot
{{Infobox Robot
| image          = TrackFire.png
| imagesize      = 100
| author          = Mathew Nelson, [[User:FlemmingLarsen|Flemming N. Larsen]]
| author          = Mathew Nelson, [[User:FlemmingLarsen|Flemming N. Larsen]]
| extends        = [[Robot]]
| extends        = [[Robot]]

Latest revision as of 03:17, 16 October 2017

Author(s) Mathew Nelson, Flemming N. Larsen
Extends Robot
Targeting Head-On Targeting
Movement None
Code License Eclipse Public License v1.0

Background Information

What's special about it?
TrackFire is a Sample Bot that demonstrates Head-On Targeting with bad target acquisition and no movement.
How competitive is it?
Not very, as it doesn't move. It is the second-worst sample bot, and ranks at #395 out of 400 in MeleeRumble.


How does it move?
It does not.
How does it fire?
Head-On Targeting, with some logic to test if the gun is turned, and to compensate for the failings of the Robot base class.
How does the melee strategy differ from one-on-one strategy?
No difference.
What does it save between rounds and matches?
Nothing and nothing.

Additional Information

Where did you get the name?
It tracks and fires at targets.
Can I use your code?
Yes, it is released under the Eclipse Public License v1.0.