AbhChallenger wrote:You know. That might be an interesting way to market LT. You know about "Twitch Play's Pokemon" Perhaps you could write a mod for your own game that has the "player" run as an AI. But twitch chat serves as its decision process. If most of the chat says "Mine epic ore #2 in system alpha centari" The AI character will do so. The goal would be to get this AI character as rich and powerful as possible before trolls eventually lead the character to its death.
It might actually work. Eventually Twitch beat Pokemon Red. Apparently Twitch plays Dark Souls managed to actually beat the first boss.
That sounds like a pretty fantastic idea actually. Crowd-playing! Definitely after release though
And since the AI in LT is already supposed to act like a player...I don't imagine there would be much technicality behind it, other than injecting twitch votes into the decision process of the AI.
Spoot1 wrote:Since you are still not awnsering on any messages I send you trough various mediums, I will repost what I once said:
Spoot, I have contacted you via KS messaging about your issue.
ThermalSpan wrote:Hello all, I am a long time lurker (much older than my account.)
Josh, as someone interested in the subject, I have some "heroes of computer science" in my mind. Among them are Ada Lovelace, Donald Knuth, Paul Erdos, Ronald Graham, John Conway, Grace Hopper, John Carmack, and Tarn Adams. I want you to know that you are one of those heroes to me.
Best of luck with limit theory. The journey is what's important. Length vs. Position and all that.
I'm humbled by that...seriously, thank you
And welcome ye lurker!