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Old Chess Games
Papa Petro
I was thinking, does the server save everyone's moves and can recreate a match? If so, that would be awesome if someone made a version of the game where the bots just replayed the recreation of past games and we could just jump in. It would make the bots feel very life like/verisimilitude. Plus it would be awesome to replay some old matches haha.
 
ozone
Jeez, I thought you were talking chess, currently teaching the grandkids, a chessboard map would be cool, especially if it was like glass, glass maps are fun.
ozone
 
Adina_Cross
ozone wrote:

Jeez, I thought you were talking chess


You're not the only one xD
 
That One Guy
I think just turning up the bot difficulty would be a start. You can create replay bots, but it would make them worse because they would shoot where they shot during the original game, so it would be at nothing.
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Papa Petro
That One Guy wrote:

I think just turning up the bot difficulty would be a start. You can create replay bots, but it would make them worse because they would shoot where they shot during the original game, so it would be at nothing.


But how could an observer tell the difference between a rerun of a game or a real game if they are just specing? It would appear normal as the bots are shooting at eachother normally in the replay.
 
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