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Which algorithm used in Advance Wars type turn based games
Has anyone tried to develop, or know of an algorithm such as used in a typical turn based game like Advance Wars, where the number of objects and the number of moves per object may be too large to ...
Jun 9 '11 at 19:06
Jan de Lange
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