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Steeletto
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Road race

Post by Steeletto »

Can you beat the runner on the plate?
This is inspired by a previous road race challenge by bwisialo. Credits to him (o)
The track has very angled curves with devorocytes at edges, so your swimmer requires very precise adjustments to survive while running.

Difficulty:
Superhuman AI

Objective:
Kill the swimmer on the plate touching the finish line to activate the trap. The first who touches it triggers the trap for the other swimmer.

Allowed cells:
All but virocyte, gluecocytes, keratinocytes and devorocytes

Conditions:
. Max inserted cells: 1
. Max 4 splits from initial cell ("fart" splits don't count )
. Activate all Start line stemocytes
. Don't invade the other side of the road
. The race finishes when one of the swimmers dies or touches the finish line
. If runners save their life touching the line at the same time it is considered a draw

This is the substrate:
https://www.dropbox.com/s/0esd6osk4t20y ... trate?dl=0
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RedShift
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Re: Road race

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finished at speed 141 - 198 μm/h
Have a nice day! :)
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Re: Road race

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RedShift wrote: Thu Jun 27, 2019 3:17 am finished at speed 141 - 198 μm/h
How did you measure the speed?
"Place the devourocytes here..."
-Cellbert Einstein
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Re: Road race

Post by RedShift »

I used the cell diagnostic
Have a nice day! :)
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