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Time for an update. I have been doing more experimentation with probability Gambas code. It is amazing how useful probability can be, with a little work you can make a functional artificial intelligence with just a random number generator. My code has been taking on some interesting forms, but I dont feel at liberty to tell what yet.
Free Empires has been getting some more attention recently from Me and Graham. We have been messing around with sprite drawing, having fun texturing....
It has been awhile since I have posted anything here. I am happy to say that Gambas 2 is included in the Fedora 9 Repository, and I am pretty happy with the release (No more Separate Windows). I have been messing around with Probability code, and it is pretty interesting. I have built a Gambling game, and I am currently working on a Combat Game. There are two players, and the objective is to defeat the other player in battle. Every time you attack the other player the computer picks a random number...
MSN (or Windows Live) offers a web based Messenger program. Here are its system specifications:
* A web browser: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 or later, Netscape 7.1 or later, or Mozilla 1.6 or later, running in Microsoft Windows.
* An Internet connection (56 Kbps or faster recommended)
* A Microsoft® .NET Passport. If you have a hotmail.com or msn.com account, you already have a Passport.
* Popups enabled for this web site if you are using popup blocker software...