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> Home > The Corewar Newsletters > Core Warrior > Issue #1

Issue 67                                                         18 May,1998
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Core Warrior is a newsletter promoting the game of corewar. Emphasis is placed
on the most active hills--currently the '94 draft hill and the beginner hill.
Coverage will follow where ever the action is.  If you have no clue what I'm
talking about then check out these five-star internet locals for more
information:

FAQs are available from:
ftp://rtfm.mit.edu/pub/usenet/news.answers/games/corewar-faq.Z
http://www.koth.org/corewar-faq.html

FTP site is: ftp://ftp.csua.berkeley.edu/pub/corewar
Mirrored at: ftp://ftp.inria.fr/INRIA/Projects/para/doligez/cw/mirror
        and: ftp://www.koth.org/corewar

pMARS itself is also available from:
Stormking web pages--http://www.koth.org/pmars.html
Terry's web page--http://www.ncs.infi.net/~wtnewton/corewar/
Fechter ftp site--ftp://members.aol.com/ofechner/corewar

Web pages are at:
http://www.koth.org/                            ;Stormking
http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~pizza/koth        ;Pizza
http://pauillac.inria.fr/~doligez/corewar/      ;Planar

Newbies should check the stormking page for the FAQ, language specification,
guides, and tutorials.  Post questions to rec.games.corewar.  All new players
are infinitely welcome!

A collection of Bezzi's hints in the first issues is available at:
ftp://ftp.volftp.vol.it/pub/pc/msdos/games/solutions/bbhints.zip
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Hi everybody,

here it is... the next issue. After the Redcode Maniac Tournament was over
the traffic on the hill was very high. 
Sorry for the big gap since the last issue, but I hope you'll be satisfied 
with the code of Alien, one of my actual hill warriors.

Ok, happy programming...

Christian
_______________________________________________________________________________
Current Status of the Internet Pizza Server ICWS '94 Draft Hill:

Hill Specs:
         coresize: 8000
   max. processes: 8000
         duration: after 80,000 cycles, a tie is declared.
max. entry length: 100
 minimum distance: 100
    rounds fought: 200
  instruction set: ICWS '94 Draft

#   %W /  %L /  %T                       Name               Author Score  Age
 1  35.8/ 29.2/ 35.0                     Fixed         Ken Espiritu 142.4   57
 2  35.0/ 28.6/ 36.4                     Vigor         Ken Espiritu 141.5   61
 3  32.9/ 25.2/ 41.9         Tuesday Afternoon             John K W 140.6    1
 4  34.2/ 27.9/ 37.9                     Alien    Christian Schmidt 140.5    6
 5  33.5/ 27.1/ 39.4                      Vain          Ian Oversby 139.9   73
 6  42.5/ 45.7/ 11.8                   Silccon        M. J. Pihlaja 139.3   15
 7  35.0/ 31.4/ 33.6                    Sphere    Christian Schmidt 138.5    6
 8  38.0/ 38.7/ 23.3            The Body Guard          Ian Oversby 137.4    0
 9  39.3/ 42.8/ 17.9                hTest 6000              P.Kline 135.8    0
10  34.8/ 33.9/ 31.3               Digitalis 4    Christian Schmidt 135.6   45
11  38.3/ 41.9/ 19.8           Electric Head 2        Anton Marsden 134.6    1
12  30.4/ 26.6/ 43.0                      Newt          Ian Oversby 134.1  151
13  30.0/ 26.0/ 43.9             Ultraviolet-B         Ken Espiritu 134.1   83
14  34.2/ 34.8/ 31.0            Scanitator Pro    Christian Schmidt 133.7    1
15  34.0/ 34.8/ 31.2              Fire and Ice          David Moore 133.3   46
16  24.7/ 16.9/ 58.4 Return Of Return Of The J             John K W 132.6   23
17  25.5/ 20.1/ 54.4                  Fugitive          David Moore 130.8   27
18  28.0/ 27.2/ 44.8              Gemini Dream     John K Wilkinson 128.7    2
19  31.2/ 33.9/ 34.9 obvious to those who know        Robert Macrae 128.4  109
20  34.4/ 41.0/ 24.6                    BiShot    Christian Schmidt 127.8   17
21  35.5/ 43.8/ 20.7      )(( Ca*mou*flage ))(            Sayembara 127.2    7
22  32.3/ 37.6/ 30.2                 Tornado 4          Beppe Bezzi 126.9   75
23  34.9/ 44.6/ 20.6               One or Zero            Sayembara 125.2    3
24  28.0/ 31.1/ 40.9                Indecisive          Robert Hale 124.9    8
25  30.8/ 39.4/ 29.8                     Vixen          Robert Hale 122.2    1

Age since last issue: 34 ( 11 last issue, 6 the issue before )
New warriors: 16  Turnover/age rate 53%
Average age: 32 ( 34 last issue, 34 the issue before )
Average score: 133 ( 135 last issue, 134 the issue before )
The top 25 warriors are represented by 12 independent authors: Schmidt with 5,  
Oversby, Espiritu and Wilkinson with 3, Hale, Moore and Sayembara with 2 and 
everyone else with just one.

It's the time of Espiritu with his two very strong papers Fixed and Vigor in
the first two ranks.
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94 - What's New (sorted by rank and points)

 #   %W /  %L /  %T                       Name               Author Score  Age
 1  27.3/  8.9/ 63.8                  Fugitive          David Moore 145.7    0
 1  40.5/ 36.6/ 22.9    The Story In Your Eyes             John K W 144.4    0
 1  38.9/ 35.3/ 25.9            The Body Guard          Ian Oversby 142.5    1
 1  35.6/ 28.8/ 35.6                    Sphere    Christian Schmidt 142.5    1
 2  38.3/ 35.8/ 25.9       Liquid Paper v.1.01        Sean McDonald 140.9    1
 2  33.3/ 27.1/ 39.6                     Alien    Christian Schmidt 139.5    0
 4  26.7/ 13.3/ 60.1 Return Of Return Of The J             John K W 140.1    1
 5  43.2/ 44.7/ 12.1                   Silccon        M. J. Pihlaja 141.7    1
 5  31.1/ 25.3/ 43.6         Tuesday Afternoon             John K W 137.0    0
 8  34.9/ 34.1/ 31.0            Scanitator Pro    Christian Schmidt 135.7    0
 9  39.3/ 42.8/ 17.9                hTest 6000              P.Kline 135.8    0
 9  37.7/ 41.7/ 20.6           Electric Head 2        Anton Marsden 133.6    0
10  37.4/ 42.5/ 20.1      )(( Ca*mou*flage ))(            Sayembara 132.2    1
11  28.9/ 23.8/ 47.3              Gemini Dream     John K Wilkinson 134.0    0
12  35.9/ 41.1/ 23.0                    BiShot    Christian Schmidt 130.6    0
13  33.0/ 33.0/ 34.0                Indecisive          Robert Hale 133.0    0
15  40.6/ 47.4/ 12.1                 Harquebus        M. J. Pihlaja 133.8    0
15  23.2/ 18.1/ 58.6               ROROTJ-11pt             John K W 128.5    1
16  37.8/ 42.7/ 19.5                 myVamp5.5             Paulsson 132.9    1
19  24.2/ 20.7/ 55.1                 Emperor 2          Robert Hale 127.8    0
20  27.3/ 44.5/ 18.2               One or Zero            Sayembara 130.1    1
20  32.6/ 37.3/ 30.1                     Vixen          Robert Hale 127.8    1
21  38.3/ 49.2/ 12.5             harquebus? :)                  jkw 127.4    1
22  37.5/ 47.3/ 15.1                 Eggbeater        Anton Marsden 127.7    0
24  25.4/ 30.1/ 44.5                   Metal 3       Ivan Krajnovic 120.7    1
25  24.9/ 25.8/ 49.3       The Emperor's Child          Robert Hale 124.0    1

So, as everybody can see there are lots of high quality entries and also lots 
of KotH's.
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94 - What's No More (sorted by age >15)

 #   %W /  %L /  %T                       Name               Author Score  Age
26  33.5/ 43.6/ 22.9             Electric Head        Anton Marsden 123.5  140
26  27.9/ 30.6/ 41.5                 Pulp v0.5          Ian Oversby 125.3  105
26  25.8/ 31.2/ 43.1                 Vengeance          Robert Hale 120.3  101
26  25.6/ 27.3/ 47.1             Benchmark [94]          Zul Nadzri 123.8   61
26  30.0/ 34.7/ 35.4                   Nomolos          Ian Oversby 125.3   43
26  29.6/ 34.9/ 35.5           traumatic smurf       bjoern guenzel 124.3   39
26  36.4/ 48.4/ 15.2                 Harquebus        M. J. Pihlaja 124.4   26
26  33.4/ 45.9/ 20.7                myVamp5.4a       Paulsson (+IO) 120.9   26
26  24.3/ 25.6/ 50.1               LeatherNeck          Robert Hale 122.9   24
26  33.4/ 44.0/ 22.6         Diamonds and Rust    Christian Schmidt 122.8   24
26  34.5/ 45.5/ 20.0          Recycled Bits --          David Moore 123.6   21
26  23.8/ 22.1/ 54.1                 Emperor 2          Robert Hale 125.5   17

For the third consecutive issue, the Hill loses its oldest warrior. And with 
Pulp and Vangeance two warriors are falling shortly before they enter the new 
hall of fame.
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94 - What's Old

 #   %W /  %L /  %T                       Name               Author Score  Age
12  30.4/ 26.6/ 43.0                      Newt          Ian Oversby 134.1  151
19  31.2/ 33.9/ 34.9 obvious to those who know        Robert Macrae 128.4  109
13  30.0/ 26.0/ 43.9             Ultraviolet-B         Ken Espiritu 134.1   83

Newt is now the oldest warrior on the hill.
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OLD HALL OF FAME
* means the warrior is still active.

Pos    Name                  Author          Age     Strategy
 1  Thermite II            Robert Macrae     2262    Qscan -> bomber
 2  Impfinity v4g1         Planar            1993    Stone/ imp
 3  Jack in the box        Beppe Bezzi       1620    P-warrior
 4  Tornado 3.0            Beppe Bezzi       1567    Bomber
 5  Torch t18              P.Kline           1539    Bomber
 6  Chameleon              Myer R Bremer     1437    P-warrior
 7  Frontwards v2          Steven Morrell    1420    One shot scanner
 8  Evol Cap 6.6           John Wilkinson    1299    Imp / stone
 9  quiz                   Schitzo           1262    Scanner/ bomber
10  T.N.T.                 Maurizio Vittuari 1204    Bomber
11  Grilled Octopus v0.5   David Boeren      1154    P-warrior
12  Hazy Shade II          John Wilkinson    1102    P-warrior
13  Stepping Stone         Kurt Franke       1049    Qscan -> Vampire
14  Rosebud                Beppe Bezzi        993    Stone/ imp
15  Iron Gate 1.5          Wayne Sheppard     926    CMP scanner
16  T.N.T. pro             Maurizio Vittuari  925    Bomber
17  Agony II               Stefan Strack      912    CMP scanner
18  Barrage                Anton Marsden      876    Qscan -> replicator
19  Blue Funk              Steven Morrell     869    Stone/ imp
20  Flurry                 Anton Marsden      835    Qscan -> pwarrior
21  Thermite 1.0           Robert Macrae      802    Qscan -> bomber
22  Blue Funk 3            Steven Morrell     766    Stone/ imp
23  Night Train            Karl Lewin         755    Replicator
24  Mirage 1.5             Anton Marsden      736    Scanner/ bomber
25  Blizzard               Anton Marsden      713    Qscan -> replicator
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NEW HALL OF FAME
* means the warrior is still active.

Pos    Name                  Author          Age     Strategy
 1  Probe                  Anton Marsden      403    Q^2 -> Bomber
 2  Blur 2                 Anton Marsden      396    Scanner
 3  Damage Incorporated    Anton Marsden      373    Q^2 -> Bomber
 4  Return Of The Jedimp   John K W           357    Q^2 -> Stone/imp
 5  unrequited love        kafka              346    Q^2 -> Paper
 6  Impish v0.2            Ian Oversby        345    Stone/imp
 7  Gigolo                 Core Warrior staff 332    Q^2 -> Stone/imp
 8  Falcon v0.3            Ian Oversby        275    P-warrior
 9  Nine Seven Six         M R Bremer         232    Q^2 -> Stone/imp
10  Rosebud                Beppe              218    Stone/imp
11  Q^2 Miro               Anders Ivner       214    Q^2 -> Scanner/bomber
12  Instant Wolf 3.4       Edgar              205    P-warrior
13  Goldfinch              P.Kline            201    P-warrior
14  Simple v0.4b           Ian Oversby        197    QScan -> Stone/imp
15  Trident^2              John K W           195    Q^2 -> Stone/imp
16  ompega                 Steven Morrell     189    Stone/imp
17  Frogz                  Franz              172    Q^2 -> Paper
18  The Machine            Anton Marsden      164    Scanner
19  Memories               Beppe              152    Scanner
20  Newt                   Ian Oversby        151 *  Q^2 -> Stone/imp
21  Head or Tail           Christian Schmidt  142    Q^2 -> Paper
22  Electric Head          Anton Marsden      140    P-warrior
23  Tiberius 3.1           Franz              130    Q^2 -> Paper
24  Solomon v0.8           Ian Oversby        116    Stone and scanner
25  CC Paper 3.3           Franz              107    Q^2 -> Paper

Newt climbs to the 20th place, while Electric Head stops on the 22th.
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Current Status of the Internet Pizza Server Beginner's Hill:

Hill Specs:
         coresize: 8000
   max. processes: 8000
         duration: after 80,000 cycles, a tie is declared.
max. entry length: 100
 minimum distance: 100
      maximum age: At age 100, warriors are retired.
    rounds fought: 200
  instruction set: ICWS '94 Draft

Last challenge: Fri May 15 00:16:19 PDT 1998
 #   %W /  %L /  %T                       Name               Author Score  Age
 1  49.8/  9.5/ 40.8  Bob the ImpStoneer V 1.1       Sean McDonald  190.1   25
 2  57.3/ 29.5/ 13.2                      meld        M. J. Pihlaja 185.1   53
 3  52.0/ 29.7/ 18.3                   Beescan        M. J. Pihlaja 174.2   61
 4  49.6/ 26.4/ 24.0                      cute        John K. Lewis 172.7   91
 5  37.0/  9.1/ 53.8                  p-U  v.4         Ryan Coleman 164.9   69
 6  48.5/ 34.7/ 16.7 Death kiss with a dash of      Anders Rosendal 162.3   75
 7  46.1/ 33.1/ 20.8                Death kiss      Anders Rosendal 159.0   47
 8  43.2/ 27.7/ 29.1                      Torn        M. J. Pihlaja 158.7   89
 9  46.2/ 37.9/ 15.9                  Incisor+         John Metcalf 154.5   76
10  41.7/ 30.8/ 27.5          Get A-life V3.00         Don H. McGee 152.7   72
11  35.9/ 19.9/ 44.2               March 0.93c           Csaba Biro 151.9   38
12  34.2/ 16.9/ 48.9               March 0.92c           Csaba Biro 151.5   83
13  41.2/ 31.7/ 27.2          Get A-life V2.04         Don H. McGee 150.6   84
14  28.8/ 16.2/ 54.9                March 0.94           Csaba Biro 141.4   77
15  29.1/ 16.9/ 54.0                     fylle                Klaus 141.2   87
16  29.2/ 19.8/ 51.0                  Qilk v.1         Ryan Coleman 138.6   63
17  26.1/ 15.2/ 58.7              Cold Company         John Metcalf 137.1   96
18  34.5/ 36.9/ 28.7              Enceladus v5         Ryan Coleman 132.1   16
19  36.8/ 43.7/ 19.5      kinda 2-pass d-clear             P._V._K. 129.9    1
20  22.5/ 42.3/ 35.2          Sachinhamirwasia         Sapan Bhatia 102.8    4
21  21.7/ 44.5/ 33.8    Sachinhamirwasia ver 2         Sapan Bhatia  98.9    6
22  17.7/ 55.3/ 27.0                    wart02            Anonymous  80.0   12
23  17.2/ 59.7/ 23.0    Sachinhamirwasia ver 2         Sapan Bhatia  74.8    7
24  12.4/ 51.1/ 36.6                   Winslet         Sapan Bhatia  73.7   14
25   4.5/ 53.2/ 42.3                      IMPy                  WFB  55.8    2

McDonald and Pihlaja dominates the beginner hill followed by Lewis, Rosendal
and Coleman. There are also serveral new names here.
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Extra Extra - Alien by Christian Schmidt

Well, as nobody has an article ready for this issue and the gap since the last 
issue was getting bigger and bigger I decided to publish one of my hill 
warrior. Alien. I choosed this name, because it looks different to all 
stone/imp-warriors I've seen before.
The starting idea came after Pihlaja published Harquebus. He talked about how 
he lost against Krajnovic's stone/imp warriors and that he eventually used 
Carbonite as stone. Mmmh, I decided that this sounds not to bad for some 
experiments and I started to build up a stone/imp with Carbonite. The first few 
tries weren't very successfull. I booted the Carbonite, started that and then 
launched the imp. If the imp was strong (launching with lot of processes)
it lost most of the offensive power and if I used less processes for the
imp it lost too much defensive power. And I wasn't able to find an optimal 
point between both these extremes.
Then I remembered how Digitalis works. The JMP/ADD-launcher starts the imp-
spiral AND speeds up the d-clear with lots of processes. So, am I not still
working with a self-splitting stone? Why don't I try the same.

And here is the result of this idea filled with some short comments:


cBoot   spl    iStart

It gives the best results if it runs parallel, the bootstrap of the stone and
the imp-launcher.

        mov    cBomb,      cSp+cBptr+198
        mov    cSp,        cSp+cBptr
        mov    cSp+1,      cSp+cBptr+1
        mov    cSp+2,      cSp+cBptr+2
        mov    cSp+3,      cSp+cBptr+3
        jmp    cSp+cBptr,  {0

Ok, that's the bootstrap of the stone. Nothing else to say about it.

iStart  spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0

This five SPL 1 makes 32 parallel processes for the 3-pt imps. Wow, that's a
lot.

        spl    2,          0
        djn.f  imp,        <-250
        add    bst,        -1

The JMP/ADD-launcher looks a bit different, due to the DJN instruction. But 
it doesn't matter what's used for. I took this directly from Kao's Dust 0.7, 
that's the reason.

        djn.f  cSp+cBptr,  <-100

This DJN instruction will decrement 32 consecutive cells in the core by
the 32 processes. 

bst     dat    iStep,      -100

Here is the impstep-size for the JMP/ADD-launcher, which add -100 into the 
b-field of the first DJN instruction. This means it decrements one cell per
100.
I haven't checked this, but both decrementing actions gives some extra 1/10 
points.

cSp     spl    #0,         <-1151+3
        mov    197,        cAd-(197*3500)
cAd     add.ab {0,         }0    
        djn.f  -2,         <-1151
cBomb   dat    >-1,        >1

Yeah, Carbonite. Directly from Electric Head.

imp     mov.i   #iStep,      *0

And the Imp...

The last step was to add a q^2-scanner in front of the code. I used the 
reordered one from Macrae's Benj's Revenge (aka obvious) but with
a tornado-style bomb routine.


;redcode-94
;name Alien
;author Christian Schmidt
;strategy q^2 -> stone/imp
;strategy faster launcher
;assert 1

        org    start

QS      equ    (0-200)
QD      equ    100
QB      equ    (start-350)
CR      equ    (fnd-which)
datz    equ    (table-3)
GAP     equ    8
REP     equ    15
cBptr   equ    3000
iStep   equ    2667

qinc    dat    >(-1)*GAP*2,   >GAP

        dat    9*QS,          1*QS     
table:  dat    5*QS,          2*QS    
        dat    13*QS,         17*QS      

P:      add.f  table,         table  
slow:   add.ab *P,            fnd           
fast:   add.b  @P,            @-1           

which:  sne.i  datz,          @fnd 
        add.ab #QD,           fnd

        add.ba fnd,           fnd
qbo     mov.i  qinc,          @fnd
        mov.i  qinc,          *fnd
fnd     mov.i  (-1)*(GAP/2),  @QB
        sub.x  qinc,          fnd
        djn.b  qbo,           #REP
        jmp    cBoot,         }-300

start:
        seq.i  QB+QS*0,QB+QS*0+QD
        jmp    which, 0                

        seq.i  QB+QS*2,QB+QS*2+QD
        jmp    fast, 0                
        seq.i  QB+QS*1,QB+QS*1+QD
        jmp    fast, <P               
        seq.i  QB+QS*17,QB+QS*17+QD
        jmp    fast, >P                

        seq.i  QB+QS*7,QB+QS*7+QD
        jmp    slow, 0                 
        seq.i  QB+QS*6,QB+QS*6+QD
        jmp    slow, <P                
        seq.i  QB+QS*22,QB+QS*22+QD
        jmp    slow, >P                
        seq.i  QB+QS*11,QB+QS*11+QD
        jmp    slow, {P                
        seq.i  QB+QS*15,QB+QS*15+QD
        jmp    slow, }P                
        seq.i  QB+QS*10,QB+QS*10+QD
        djn.f  slow, P                 

        seq.i  QB+QS*5,QB+QS*5+QD
        jmp    >fast, 0                
        seq.i  QB+QS*9,QB+QS*9+QD
        jmp    >fast, {P               
        seq.i  QB+QS*13,QB+QS*13+QD
        jmp    >fast, }P               

        seq.i  QB+QS*14,QB+QS*14+QD
        jmp    P, 0                     
        seq.i  QB+QS*8,QB+QS*8+QD
        jmp    P, <P                   
        seq.i  QB+QS*12,QB+QS*12+QD
        jmp    P, {P                    
        seq.i  QB+QS*32,QB+QS*32+QD
        jmp    P, }P                    
        seq.i  QB+QS*20,QB+QS*20+QD
        djn.f  P, P                     

        seq.i  QB+QS*4,QB+QS*4+QD
        jmp    }slow, 0                 
        seq.i  QB+QS*3,QB+QS*3+QD                  
        jmp    }slow, {P                
        seq.i  QB+QS*19,QB+QS*19+QD
        jmp    }slow, }P               
        seq.i  QB+QS*18,QB+QS*18+QD
        djn.f  <fast, P                
         
        seq.i  QB+QS*36+CR,QB+QS*36+QD+CR   
        jmp    }fast, 0                   

cBoot   spl    iStart
        mov    cBomb,      cSp+cBptr+198
        mov    cSp,        cSp+cBptr
        mov    cSp+1,      cSp+cBptr+1
        mov    cSp+2,      cSp+cBptr+2
        mov    cSp+3,      cSp+cBptr+3
        jmp    cSp+cBptr,  {0
iStart  spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    1,          0
        spl    2,          0
        djn.f  imp,        <-250
        add    bst,        -1
        djn.f  cSp+cBptr,  <-100
bst     dat    iStep,      -100

cSp     spl    #0,         <-1151+3
        mov    197,        cAd-(197*3500)
cAd     add.ab {0,         }0    
        djn.f  -2,         <-1151
cBomb   dat    >-1,        >1

imp     mov.i   #iStep,      *0



Now lets see how well Alien (and three other stone/imps) works against some
warriors:


(200 fights)   : DC  : TCC : TM  : HSA : OS  :  P  : :  G  : NSS :  N  :  A  :
______________________________________________________________________________

Gigolo         : 311 : 227 : 242 : 392 : 213 : 289 : :  -  : 235 : 245 : 251 :
Nine Seven Six : 291 : 333 : 195 : 389 : 249 : 180 : : 283 :  -  : 287 : 298 :
Newt           : 373 : 260 : 257 : 313 : 330 : 190 : : 266 : 224 :  -  : 268 :
Alien          : 331 : 325 : 294 : 448 : 333 : 216 : : 272 : 229 : 244 :  -  :

DC: d-clear TCC: The Core Clear TM: The Machine HSA: He Scans Alone
OS: Oneshot P: Pulp G: Gigolo NSS: Nine Seven Six N: Newt A: Alien


That looks not bad. Against d-clear and The Core Clear it scores as good as
the other stone/imps. But it scores much better against scanner. HSA loses
really badly against Alien.

____________________________________________________________________________
Questions?  Concerns?  Comments?  Complaints?  Mail them to people who care.
Authors: Beppe Bezzi <giuseppe.bezzi@galactica.it>,  Anton Marsden
<amarsden@mcs.vuw.ac.nz>, Christian Schmidt <schmc003@goofy.zdv.Uni-Mainz.de>
and Philip Kendall <pak21@cam.ac.uk>
2002-2005 corewar.info. Logo C. Schmidt