An implementation of Alex Randolph's game Ricochet Robots
A simple implementation of Alex Randolph's board game Ricochet Robots including solver.
Compile the Java code with the command:
mkdir --parents bin javac -classpath java/lib/commons-cli-1.3.1.jar \ -d bin \ java/src/info/riemannhypothesis/ricochetrobots/*.java
To run, type
./solve.sh -b <board> -g
This will place four robots in random positions on the board, pick one of the targets and one of the robots to reach it, try to find a solution (within the move and time contraints specified), and then give a graphical representation of the moves.
E.g., if you want to solve the board 3 in the repository, simply run
./solve.sh -b boards/3.txt -g
For a full description of all available command line options, simply type
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