I’ve been wanting to give turbogears a try and finally had an idea a little while back for a little project to try. The idea was a small online app that will show you a graph with the number of moves available for each player throughout a game of arimaa. The result is the Arimaa Game Grapher.
I’ve recently been taking a look at the branching factor in Arimaa. You can take a look at my results here.
And hey I even managed to get another post in this year.
Wrote a small page (here) yesterday that computes the FAME score for a given situation in Arimaa. Of course it will probably make no sense unless you follow arimaa rather closely. If you haven’t heard of arimaa and ever had any moderate interest in chess you should really go check it out. It’s quite easy to learn and fun, yet still has a great deal of unexplored strategic depth.
Yep, I’m still alive. Maybe I’ll even start posting stuff here more frequently than once a year.
Well, I haven’t said anything here in quite a while.
Probably the most interesting thing that has happened in that time was going on a trip to all 48 continental states. My sister and I set out to do this in September. Read the rest of this entry »
For those that may be interested in a follow up on my earlier comment about game stats collected from Gamespy. I have now collected stats from 1:30am Friday 7-30 through Sunday 8-8. In that time 69 different games appeared on the top 40 list. Below are a couple different averages pulled from these.
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Here is one of those great little examples of horrible UI.
Specialist’s have been debating recently on what new game to host on our server. There isn’t really any alternative game besides CS that a significant number of members play. But since we have the power and bandwidth sitting there we might as well use it. So since I’m the one running the beast I’ve been researching some of the different games. Read the rest of this entry »
Here’s the new site, hopefully I’ll be adding some new content in the coming weeks.