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Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 08 Feb 2017, 11:45
by PPS

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 10 Feb 2017, 22:16
by GFX47

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 10 Feb 2017, 22:53
by PPS
GFX47 wrote:Image


Не могу понять, что это означает...
Je ne comprends pas ce que cela signifie...
То что увидел - это пидарская блевотина.?!

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 10 Feb 2017, 23:20
by pier4r
http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.p ... 20rainbows

- to vomit rainbows at the sight of something amazing on the internet.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 12 Feb 2017, 09:28
by PPS
Понял. Спасибо.
I got it. Thank you.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 18 Feb 2017, 19:16
by Uthael
I used to program some semi-advanced stuff and I like programming, but before Gladiabots I haven't done any programming in my spare time (in over a year). It's also not really my profession. Can't vote xD

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 19:56
by Werechicken
My only programming experience before this game was a tiny amount of BASIC in high school and attempting to edit already made programmable block scripts in space engineers.

I love the AI programming in this game though, it feels really intuitive. Especially the easy to understand rules it has (left to right for priority)

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 20:19
by Kanishka
Werechicken wrote:My only programming experience before this game was a tiny amount of BASIC in high school and attempting to edit already made programmable block scripts in space engineers.

I love the AI programming in this game though, it feels really intuitive. Especially the easy to understand rules it has (left to right for priority)



Hehe. Same here. I just know QBasic, QB64, Small Basic and HTML5. Only difference, I'm still in high school. :lol:

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 20:27
by Werechicken
Kanishka wrote:
Werechicken wrote:My only programming experience before this game was a tiny amount of BASIC in high school and attempting to edit already made programmable block scripts in space engineers.

I love the AI programming in this game though, it feels really intuitive. Especially the easy to understand rules it has (left to right for priority)



Hehe. Same here. I just know QBasic, QB64, Small Basic and HTML5. Only difference, I'm still in high school. :lol:


I'm 33...I still remember using an Acorn BBC computer in primary school (For the benefit of people who have no idea what I'm talking about: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ccl7YxfUEVs), back in my day they considered learning to touch type a part of I.T. class!

whipper snappers these days!

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 20:29
by Kanishka
Werechicken wrote:I'm 33...


Whoa. I'm wayyy younger than you. 20 years younger to be precise. :ugeek:

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 20:30
by Werechicken
Kanishka wrote:
Werechicken wrote:I'm 33...


Whoa. I'm wayyy younger than you. 20 years younger to be precise. :ugeek:


Sigh.... I suddenly feel incredibly old.... Welp least I can drink! (Not that it's fun or cool or anything you should want to do... also stay in school!)

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Mar 2017, 20:43
by Kanishka
Werechicken wrote:Sigh.... I suddenly feel incredibly old.... Welp least I can drink! (Not that it's fun or cool or anything you should want to do... also stay in school!)


:lol: Salute! :lol:

Teach that to ConsciouS-0nE if you can... That advice will do him good. :lol:

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 23 Mar 2017, 01:43
by TheKidPunisher
At school i programed games on my calculator (a casio 650 if i remember)
AT high school i participed to a contest for a build and program a robot which had to follow a line and pass various obstacle.

That all after that i dont think i have programmed other thing. I am conceptor on CAD software so i do not program anymore.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 24 Mar 2017, 01:05
by LuBeNo
I studied computer science and I love to program. I do it as a hobby and at work.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 28 Mar 2017, 13:49
by CappBot
I voted ' never programmed ' since I really haven't done any programming since a intro to computer science class in the 80s.

Love this game though, it's a great combination of puzzle and PvP.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 14 Apr 2017, 19:16
by AltSk0P
Oh, well, where do I start...
I've been programming since I was, like, 13 I think. Always used to be high-level programming, I got to low-level only recently. (not sure if I like it that much tho)
My job requires occasional scripting at the moment, but I've never worked as a professional programmer.
However, I do enjoy working on some projects of my own.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 15 Apr 2017, 08:40
by Kanishka
Sheesh... I'm programming since I was 8 year old... I'm 12 now. My languages: MS Logo, QBASIC, QB64, Small Basic, HTML 5.

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 29 Apr 2017, 10:15
by Jeffrey Harpen
This is my first post here and I think it's good place to say "Hello!". :)

If you ask, what kind of player I am, I add: I play for fun, not to win. I find Gladiabots exciting, even a bit addictive and actually it's the first Android app I have bought. It's definetely worth its price. Of course it has some disadvantages, but I find them as a challenge. Just like chess. :)

And, as you are talking about it, I believe I'm a bit older than many of players. I'm 37. :)

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 29 Apr 2017, 10:26
by GFX47
Finally someone as old as me \o/
Welcome Jeffrey ;D

Re: What kind of player are you?

Posted: 30 Apr 2017, 05:09
by ai drone
Well, reading the posts is interesting, I figured I was up against a group of Millennials and it appears I may be the old dog trying to learn new tricks! I am going to be 55 in a couple months. Back in college I learned Basic, Cobol, Pascal and Fortran. Never used any of it. My first computer was an 8088. (glorified calculator with 32k of memory)