|Christof Abspoel (Kristoph)
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Tuesday, June 18, 2013 - 10:18 pm: |
I wonder if the next thing is possible:
I would like to create a game in which each piece has it's own strenght value, and the values of pieces within each others range add up in combat.
A pawn has 1 point
A bisshop has 2.
Normally a bisshop (2) can kill a pawn (1), but if a pawns is in range of another pawn it has (1 + 1) and cannot be killed by the bisshop.
- Do you think I can build this with this program? - And do you think the AI could cope with this?
|Jon Steven Nelson (Jonn99)
Post Number: 4
|Posted on Wednesday, June 19, 2013 - 2:09 pm: |
ZILLIONS-OF-GAMES WILL BE DELETED FEB 28, 2015
The ZILLIONS-OF-GAMES.com website will be contractually deleted on Feb 28, 2015 -> all zrf's will be discarded and lost -> Mallett and Lefler split and quit -> Karl Scherer is trying to create a duplicate ZOG interface, to try to salvage all the zrf's.
|Sam Trenholme (Vktj)
Post Number: 1
|Posted on Tuesday, July 16, 2013 - 6:06 pm: |
There is no evidence supporting Mr. Nelson's allegation that Mallett and Lefler no longer work together and that the zillions-of-games website will be taken down in early 2015.
Mr. Mallett has already removed Mr. Nelson's attempt to put this allegation on Zillions' Wikipedia page back in 2012. Please do not spread this rumor; until we get confirmation from Jeff Mallett or another owner of Zillions, we should assume Zillions just has a technical glitch which will be corrected.