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Announcement: Naval Robocode - play Robocode with ships instead of tanks! :-)

Naval Robocode (#navalrobocode) is under development, which is a naval variant of Robocode, where the tanks have been replaced by ships with 2 cannons.

This Robocode variant has been developed by Thomas Hakkers and Jan-Egbert Hamming from Thales Netherland involved primarily with naval defence systems (sensors, radars and infrared systems).

Naval Robocode is based on Robocode v1.9.2.1 in its own branch (naval-robocode-workspace on GitHib for Robocode).

So if you want to have some new fun with Robocode then make sure you visit the page for Naval Robocode on the RoboWiki.

We hope you will enjoy Naval Robocode! Enjoy Robocoding!

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Announcement: Naval Robocode - play Robocode with ships instead of tanks! :-)

Naval Robocode (#navalrobocode) is under development, which is a naval variant of Robocode, where the tanks have been replaced by ships with 2 cannons.

This Robocode variant has been developed by Thomas Hakkers and Jan-Egbert Hamming from the company named Thales (Netherlands, the navel department).

Naval Robocode is based on Robocode v.1.9.2.1 in its own branch (naval-robocode-workspace on GitHib for Robocode).

So if you want to have some new fun with Robocode then make sure you visit the page for Naval Robocode on the RoboWiki.

We hope you will enjoy Naval Robocode! Enjoy Robocoding!

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Robocode 1.9.2.4 has been released!

This release is a new maintenance release containing two bug fixes and two changes (actually upgrades).
Good news for Robocode is that Markus Koschany, which is maintainer of Robocode for Debian, has helped with making it possible to distribute Robocode with Debian in the future.

Enjoy Robocoding! :-)
http://robo-code.blogspot.dk/2014/11/robocode-1924.html

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A maintenance release of Robocode (1.9.2.1) has just been released containing two bug fixes.

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Robocode version 1.8.2.0 has just been released, which is a maintenance release, and fixes bugs for RoboRumble, the source code editor, and also provides some UI changes for changing battle rules.

Enjoy! :-)

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A new robot type is about to be introduced in Robocode. Say hello to the new BorderSentry robot, which is should like as many of you as possible to try out. A BorderSentry robot is a robot that stays near the borders of the battlefield, and which is intended for guarding the borders of the battlefield against "wall crawlers". That is robots that try to "hide" by staying close to the walls and corners.

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Robocode 1.8.1.0 has just been released, which is a maintenance release that fixes the Skipped Turns issues among other issues. :-)
Enjoy!

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Phillip Bourke (at left), Mathew Nelson (at right) and I (in middle) met at the Robocode Ireland 2013 tournament for the Games Fleadh festival at the LIT Tipperary, TippSoc Computing Society in Turles in Ireland from the 13th of March. This was the first time ever where Mathew and I met. :-)
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Robocode 1.8.0.0 has just been released, which is the first version that requires Java 6 as minimum + bug fixes and other improvements. Enjoy! :-)

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Unfortunately, the shift to the Git version control caused my build of Robocode 1.7.4.3 to treat .sh and .command files used for Linux, Unix, Mac OS X etc. as files with Windows line endings. That is, these files contained the ^M character so Robocode and not be started up when running e.g. robocode.sh or robocode.command.
Hence I made a fast new release that fixes this. I am very sorry for the inconvenience this might have caused you.
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