Best game to use for research?

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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Kyran » Thu Jan 30, 2014 7:35 pm

Oh noes, I'm running out of internet quota so I can't download it to check. I packaged the archive with 7-Zip 9.20 (Windows 7 x64). I should have just zipped it.
04:27 jim4 why haven't you added wc1 support? this project sucks. i'm only going to use freecraft
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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Eggerslolol » Fri Jan 31, 2014 1:24 am

So erm, using the tips above to make the game play an AI vs AI match using the default map... it seems the two AIs build their resources and such but never attack each other. I've had a poke around but I'm still a huge noob at this, hopefully the reason is pretty simple?
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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Andrettin » Fri Jan 31, 2014 4:29 am

Eggerslolol wrote:So erm, using the tips above to make the game play an AI vs AI match using the default map... it seems the two AIs build their resources and such but never attack each other. I've had a poke around but I'm still a huge noob at this, hopefully the reason is pretty simple?
Did you make them enemies to each other? By default, the AIs are only enemy to the player. You can either use the Free For All game mode, which makes the AI be hostile to each other too, or you can use Lua commands like these in the map's .sms file to make the AIs hostile to each other:

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SetDiplomacy(0, "enemy", 1)
SetDiplomacy(1, "enemy", 0)
This code makes player 0 hostile to player 1 (line 1), and player 1 hostile to player 0 (line 2).
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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Eggerslolol » Fri Jan 31, 2014 7:05 am

Andrettin wrote:

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SetDiplomacy(0, "enemy", 1)
SetDiplomacy(1, "enemy", 0)
This code makes player 0 hostile to player 1 (line 1), and player 1 hostile to player 0 (line 2).
That's it, I'd hoped it'd be something simple, thanks.
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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Enker-Zan » Sat Feb 01, 2014 1:29 pm

I tried all types of extracting software, all of which come up with errors on every single file on the package. :-(
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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Kyran » Fri Feb 07, 2014 8:26 pm

Enker-Zan wrote:I tried all types of extracting software, all of which come up with errors on every single file on the package. :-(
Your download was probably corrupted. I downloaded it, extracted it, and repackaged it. You can download it here.
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Re: Best game to use for research?

Postby Enker-Zan » Fri Feb 07, 2014 11:11 pm

Your new upload worked and so is the game, thanks for doing that! :-)

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