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* [http://corewar.co.uk/probots.htm P-Robots on corewar.co.uk]
 
* [http://corewar.co.uk/probots.htm P-Robots on corewar.co.uk]
* [http://web.archive.org/web/20010815103235/http://students.db.erau.edu:80/~howellm/probots.html|Mel's PRobots page] on archive.org
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* [http://web.archive.org/web/20010815103235/http://students.db.erau.edu:80/~howellm/probots.html Mel's PRobots page] on archive.org

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P-Robots is a game played by up to four programs which control a simulated battle robot. Programs are written in Pascal.


History

In 1988 the first version of P-Robots was released as shareware for DOS by David Malmberg. The Turbo Pascal source code was only available to registered users. P-Robots was relicensed as freeware in 1994. Around 2008-2009 the code was ported to Free Pascal by Marco Borsari as the Stout edition, allowing the code to support contemporary operating systems.

Arena

The arena is 1000×1000m with the origin at the bottom left. 0° is to the right, increasing anti-clockwise.

Inspired By

Inspiration For

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