was8bit 2020-06-04 07:03
YOU are green X's
COMPUTER is red O's
Upon a turn, the X or O is randomly placed.... THEN you get 1 action that can affect the board:
An Arrow Key will shift the board in one direction
Button A skips and does nothing
Button B will randomly choose an above action (inc. skip)
By default, the computer will always win when:
- no one wins
- both you and computer gets 4 in a row
- computer gets 4 in a row, but you don't
- you must get 4 in a row, AND...
- computer does not have 4 in a row
GOOD LUCK :)
GAMELEGEND 2020-06-13 05:06 (Edited)
i think i noticed somthing
am i correct when i say the game starts to get harder the more times i win or after a certian round it starts getting harder each round
was8bit 2020-06-13 13:27 (Edited)
Nothing special programmed in, just RANDOMIZE TIMER... if you test the random function (by printing random numbers, say RND(3) or even RND(1) ) you will notice that in any given short series of numbers they will NOT be conpletely randomizes, but will show a little runs of patterns or identical numbers....
This is because...
1) NO computer random function is really random, they use a comolex math function that simulates randome numbers, that is why you use RANDOM TIMER, to seed the function with a number from the time function, because without doing that you will ALWAYS get the exact sams sequence of numbers
And 2) even with real random events (like flipping coins or rolling dice) assuming no cheating like loaded dice, even with real random events you will, in small periods of time, see repeated patterns... its just that IN THE LONG RUN the odds of getting HEADS (or TAILS) with a coin is still 50%