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watsu

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Gomoku ninuki projects on Github
Posted: May 22, 2019 7:14 PM

Searching the web for ninuki today, I found a couple of github projects:

https://github.com/jeremycare/Gomoku-ninuki and

https://github.com/8102/Gomoku

I'm not familiar enough with programming and/or github to tell whether either or both of these projects have a testable ninuki program to show for their efforts or whether they were just started projects which never arrived at something workable. Anyone with more knowledge of how github works and/or programming want to take a look?

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pente_fan

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Re: Gomoku ninuki projects on Github
Posted: May 25, 2019 6:19 PM

I'm almost sure that these are usual Pente/Gomoku programs.
Ninuki rules are too complex for programmers

watsu

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Re: Gomoku ninuki projects on Github
Posted: May 25, 2019 11:25 PM

At least the 8102 project appeared to have a referee button in the assets to flag double threes, so I think at least that one is/was making the attempt on ninuki rather than just Pente or gomoku.

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pente_fan

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Re: Gomoku ninuki projects on Github
Posted: May 28, 2019 4:19 PM

One more github project:

https://glukkazan.github.io/renju/ninuki-renju.htm

But I still stand by my point that such programmers are not able to implement japanese rules correctly.

watsu

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Re: Gomoku ninuki projects on Github
Posted: May 28, 2019 4:38 PM

Well, that may well be true, but it looked like the referee program was at least an attempt at monitoring forbidden double threes, which is the beginnings of making a Pente program more similar to ninuki renju. I didn't try making a double three against the one you linked to, so I can't say as to whether or not they got that one right. ETA: it doesn't play well nor does it apparently get the open threes read accurately from what I saw. I can at least attest to that much It rarely seems to make captures and plays the game more like a gomoku program in terms of the moves it chooses.


And, since I can beat it, clearly the renju program is quite lacking as well


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