By Deane Barker | October 30, 2004 | 5 Comments
Mario Ferreri’s Personal Web Pages: Here’s a fun, simple, lightweight implementation of the boardgame Risk. Very nicely done, and very free.
TurboRisk plays the classic “World Domination Risk” game, where you are battling to conquer the world. The main features include…Support for both human or computer driven players, up to ten per game…Computer players programmable using a subset of PASCAL…Highly customisable rules…Smart interface that speeds up cards playing, attacks and troops movements…Stats window that shows counters for territories and armies…Optional log window to track the game and/or debug computer players.
No expansions on the board game — it’s perfectly faithful to the rules. It includes a couple dozen AI bots submitted by other players. I like this one:
Simple and stupid but especially hostile against human players. Try to play against a bunch of them…
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