Monthly Repls - October 2020
Hey there replers, we made it through yet another one more month and that means - it is time again for the MONTHLY REPLS! For those who do not know what these are, these are the repl talk posts that were made in the past 1 month and are really interesting and really worth checking out.
So, here we go!
We had a lot of games being shared on the share board this month so it was rather difficult to choose which one of them to keep and which one to not. The ones included in the list below are the ones that felt like they had something new in them and were not remakes of games that already existed (Even though the remakes were pretty cool.)
And finally @fuzzyastrocat's shadows - a multiplayer maze game where you can't see the goal! Have fun exploring the different routes and racing with your friends to see who gets to the goal first when your field of vision is limited.
Along with the amazing games, there were also some "puzzle solvers" and simulations such as @fuzzyastrocat's CellSim which extends Conway's Game of Life with a bit of possible configurations along with @DmitriiPavlov's Sudoku solver and @DynamicSquid's "Snake AI".
Editor notes : As good as the above project might be on its own, check out the comments for some inputs that generate musical beats.
@CSharpIsGud also wrote a tutorial on How to use threading in C++ along with explaining when and why should you use it so you can use it when needed and make all your programs perform even more efficiently.
And as I always say that's definitely not all for this month. As usual, there's a lot of other great posts that did not make it here, be sure to put them in the comments section for others to check out. And be sure to see it anyways in case someone else has left one for you to check out.
And finally now, that's all for this month. See ya all next month with another set of monthly highlights.
OMG I got
double TRIPLE featured on the Monthly Repls EEEEEEE!!! I’m so happy thank, thank, thank you everyone!!!