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Corewars - King of the Hill
Corewars is a game of warrior vs warrior, programmed by two opponents, and placed into a virtual 'ring' to fight to the death. provides the arena, so everyone in the world will know just whose warrior is King Of The Hill!
computers  corewar  games 
november 2012 by david.parrott
The Corewar Info Page
This is The ultimate source for any information regarding corewar, a programming game where small programs fighting each other in the core memory of a virtual computer.
programming  development  game  games  design  corewar 
august 2011 by david.parrott
Core War
Core Wars is a programming game wherein players write warriors that fight it out to the death in a "virtual ring". These warriors are written in a special assembly language called "Redcode", and played in a simulated environment known as "MARS".
ai  asm  assembly  corewar  development  game  games  gaming  language  programming  security  software 
april 2010 by david.parrott
Thoughts on Corewar...
I've been inspired to create a new blog for two reasons:

I love corewar and programming in redcode. I spend far too much of my online time creating websites that provide me with an income. Now I'd like to claim back some of that time for something I enjoy.
To show corewar is alive and well in 2008!
assembly  corewar  blog  language  math  programming  science  development 
april 2010 by david.parrott
Corewar - the Ultimate Programming Game
Corewar is a game played between two or more computer programs on behalf of the players who create them. Known as warriors, these programs are written in Redcode, a low-level language similar to assembly. Warriors battle to eliminate all opponents in the core memory of the MARS virtual computer.
ai  corewar  development  game  games  history  programming  puzzle  resources  software 
april 2010 by david.parrott
nMars - Core War MARS for .NET
nMars is engine, compiler and IDE for programming game called Core War.
free  game  games  programming  software  windows  corewar  dotnet  development 
april 2010 by david.parrott

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