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Tictactoe with AI v2.2:

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A game that we have all played. This is such a simple game people learn to reliably play it optimally, this makes it a great place to start when making an AI.

I had a look back on my older version and could think of one hundred and one different ways to improve it. This was a really nice project, you can even see the process of making it in my video here

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You can play it here

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Or download the source code here

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Ultimate Tictactoe with AI:

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A fun logic game that you can play with a friend. If you don't have any friends, don't worry; I have made an AI that plays this game. It isn't by any means perfect, you can beat it with a little bit of thinking ahead, and it sometimes crashes.

Apart from that this is a really fun game to play and the user interface is very slick.

You can play it here

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Or download the source code here

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Tictactoe with AI:

Gameplay in browser

A game that we have all played. This is such a simple game people learn to reliably play it optimally, this makes it a great place to start when making an AI.

I had a lot of fun making this, figuring out how AIs work and getting back on my feet with Javascript.

You can play it here

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Or download the source code here

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Connect 4 in Minecraft:

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Good old connect 4. Just placeing disks on top of each other to get 4 in a row. A lot of designs in minecraft use sand though and with sand you cannot have win detection. So here is my design... with win detection.

It may be pretty big but it looks very nice, works smoothly and is great fun.

You can download it here

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Tictactoe in Minecraft:

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Remember the old days of redstone when everyone, and I mean everyone, was building these? Huge, massive games of Tictactoe without the aid of command blocks.

Since then times have changed, people are always complaining when something is too big or overcomplicated. So I just decided to relax and make something without limits. I think the outcome was pretty neat.

You can download it here

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Ultimate tictactoe in Minecraft:

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I got inspired after seeing Ultimate Tictactoe being built by JesperTheEnd to the point where I made my own version. This was my first real command block project and I had a lot of fun building it.

You can download it here

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