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Five in a row is a game that is known under a lot of different names. Pente, Gomuko, and Renju are only a few examples. The object of the game is to get five crosses or noughts in a row, either in a horizontal, vertical or diagonal direction. The FiveInARow component provides a highly customizable 2D Grid that can keep track of a game and verify the legality of moves. A game engine has been added to the component and uses a fast algorithm for thinking. You can choose number of rows, columns, size, colors and playing strength at runtime. Optionally you can use the component for a game between two humans.
Added: 20-02-2000   |  Version: 1.0   |  Downloads: 1433/1433/1
Author:Göran Öberg   Göran Öberg   [DSP files]


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