More C# Console Games

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  • dotnet-console-games

    Game examples implemented as .NET console applications primarily for providing education and inspiration. :)

    If anything here caught your interest, or if you know someone who is looking for fun beginner C# projects, I encourage you to check out the repo where all the games are open source: https://github.com/ZacharyPatten/dotnet-console-games.

  • Towel

    Throw in the towel.

    PacMan is... a PacMan clone in the console. Get the dots. Dodge the ghosts. It's not intended to be very faithful though. I didn't research the AI of the ghost, I just came up with my own AIs that worked. Here is what I did for the ghost AIs:     - Ghost a: follows you via Dijkstra Path Finding and updates every 6 frames (faster)     - Ghost b: randomly moves and updates every 6 frames (faster)     - Ghost c: follows you via Dijkstra Path Finding and updates every 12 frames (slower)     - Ghost d: randomly moves and updates every 12 frames (slower) Note: for this game I pulled in a reference to my nuget package Towel because it includes generic versions of the Dijkstra Path Finding algorithm.

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