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Find the algorithm behind walls re-disposition rather than a classical absolute path to escape the labyrinth before your opponent!
each player start into each other labyrinth and see who is the first to get out
to spice up the game
to make it entertaining for newcomers as well as hardcore gamers
to update in order to reflect the change ob being able to escape only after the NEXT transformation
mazes[number_of_players] maze[size^dimension],initiation_function,transformation_function bool path_exist(maze,position,position) bool exit_path_exist(maze) bool player_exited(maze) maze initiate_maze(maze,initiation_function) maze transform_maze(maze,transformation_function) maze move_player(maze,new_position) position ask_position() position get_position(maze) null display_maze(maze) for(i=0,number_of_players,i++) if (i+1 >= number_of_players) j=0 else j=i mazes[i].maze = initiate_maze(mazes[i].maze,mazes[j].initiation_function) if (!exit_path_exist(mazes[i].maze)) exit "player J lost, no path available" while (1) for(i=0,number_of_players,i++) if (i+1 >= number_of_players) j=0 else j=i display_maze(mazes[i].maze) while (!path_exist(mazes[i].maze,get_position(mazes[i].maze),new_position=ask_position())) display_maze(mazes[i].maze) move_player(mazes[i].maze,new_position) if ( player_exited(mazes[i].maze) ) exit "player I won" mazes[i].maze = transform_maze(mazes[i].maze,mazes[j].transformation_function) if (!exit_path_exist(mazes[i].maze)) exit "player J lost, no path available"
maze[3^2], start=0,0 arrival=2,2
S11 011 00A
PS : using "block" for walls is easier but it can "crush" the player, thus when the user is "crushed" he is just "bumped" at the closest point of a path (which can be lucky or unlucky, eventually using probabilities to position oneself according to the guess transformation should be part of the strategy). That seems strange but it's precisely the specificity of the dynamic aspect that doesn't appear in classical labyrinths.
without using : position_of_player, number_of_iterations, random, set_wall_off, set_wall_on, ...
only possible primitives : switch_wall, fill_holes
for(i,j) in maze switch_wall
S11 S00 011 -> 100 00A 11A
firstname.lastname@example.org or IM me with email@example.com or ICQ 116221186 would be interested to play it