ElectroBit
ElectroBit
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September 2017
October 2017
Play Nim against a machine! Instructions on how to play Nim are inside the save. [The save should be have exactly 48212 pixels when not in operation.]
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Comments

  • Rocked03
    Rocked03
    September 2017
    aaa y it so hard
  • ElectroBit
    ElectroBit
    September 2017
    This machine is more complicated than that. For example, at the beginning of the game, if you take one red matchstick, the machine will take three yellow matchsticks, leaving 3, 2, 6 and 7 matchsticks. It also is smart enough to turn the tables at the last second.
  • funky3000
    funky3000
    September 2017
    Seems to always make it's stack of choice match to the shorter stack, which pretty much guarantees a stalemate I think
  • ElectroBit
    ElectroBit
    September 2017
    The BRAY looks cooler in fancy display, and the SWCH is supposed to glow. It's just a suggestion. Use nothing display if you have a slow computer.
  • 4e616d65
    4e616d65
    September 2017
    Why fancy display? The PC i use is a potato.
  • Goasler
    Goasler
    September 2017
    Stupid thing, wifi for win isnt connected. i cant win ... -.-
  • ElectroBit
    ElectroBit
    September 2017
    For all of you still here...Yes this game is meant to be unbeatable from this position...But I bet you know that already if you looked at the various comments.
  • Nean
    Nean
    September 2017
    Ai is pretty much impossible to beat. Try to trick it and it ends up copying you.
  • R33sesK1ng
    R33sesK1ng
    September 2017
    Yes, this is very good electronics. I wouldn't say there is an error with your design; as I could never achieve the amount of inelligence it takes to make something like this. +1
  • ElectroBit
    ElectroBit
    September 2017
    I think you might have accidentally placed SPRK on some of the circuitry and messed something up, but if you want to prove me wrong, you can try to get to the same position again, then save it as a private save, then send me the save ID, similarly to how NoVIcE did it.