- There is now two rounds in a game to allow players to swap their initial position. At the end, scores of the two rounds are added, the winner is the one who have the best result.
Inputs are slighty modified : The first player of each round still receives as input
However, the player who plays the first round receives
-2 -2to report to him the beginning of the second round.
This puzzle can be solved using the following concepts. Practice using these concepts and improve your skills.
This is a league based challenge.For this challenge, multiple versions of the same game are available. Once you have proven your skills on this first version, you will access a higher league and extra rules will be unlocked.
In the first leagues, you will play on your own grid but in higher leagues, you will play on the same grid.
The game is played in two times : First, each player chooses to color tiles on the grid. Then, an ant move from the center of the grid changing the color of tiles along the way.
The goal is to have most of tiles colored with our color. There is now two rounds : The player who plays first the first round will play in second position in the second round.
At the end, scores of the two rounds are added, the winner is the one who have the best result.
In this league, both players play on their own grid.
First, each player chooses to color tiles on the grid. Then, an ant move from the center of the grid changing the color of tiles along the way.
To move, the ant play by the following rules :
If the ant is on a colored tile, it turns left, becomes of the tile's color, then the tile become white and the ant move forward on the next tile.
If the ant is on a white tile, it turns right and the tile become of the ant's color, then the ant move forward on the next tile.
At the beginning, the ant has the first player's color and is centered (more precisely on the tile of coordinates (dimension /2;dimension /2)) and its direction is upward
If the ant exit the grid, the game is over.
- Have more colored tiles than your opponent.
- Have less colored tiles than your opponent.
- You do not respond in time or output an unrecognized command.
Line 2: The number number_rounds of tiles each player will choose.
Line 3: The number path_length of steps of the ant.
Response time per turn≤
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