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I think what explains CC's strong result is its gun. DT's gun has become a bit dated probably. -- PEZ

Things to do while we haven´t RR@Home... :) or should be :(? --Axe

Ah well, i have a new release of Ascendant ready but no rumble to insert it into. So i was just giving it a test in some longer battles. I wonder whether the results above actually tell anything about the contenders (beside being good or bad vs SandboxDT of course). I also ran 1000 rounds vs CassiusClay and Shadow, which resulted in a clear victory for Ascendant in the first (84k to 61k) and a close one in the second matchup (78k to 73k)... --Mue

Well, the real deal is the StrongestBotsRumble of course. This challenge was started mainly because Paul was wondering how DT measures up against the top bots. -- PEZ

Snip! Look for the missing content on the StrongestBotsRumble page. -- PEZ

Ah, I was thinking you meant "uncontrolled" like "in the RoboRumble", where you don't know what bots you'd face, and "controlled" just meant the environment was specific. But is "uncontrolled" just meaning normal battles, and "controlled" is like where reference bots don't move, you have to fire power 3 bullets, you have to use a specific movement, etc? --Voidious 16:17, 29 April 2009 (UTC)

  • Yes, something like that :-) The controlled mean the challenge control everything but the thing you are challenged. This part was actually taken from Challenges page. » Nat | Talk » 16:24, 29 April 2009 (UTC)
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