YADS: Yet Another Duel Simulator
Yet Another Duel Simulator (YADS) was written as a game balancing tool for roguelikes. It may also have some use in understanding the mechanics of pencil-and-paper role playing games, if
you're familiar with matrices as they are used in probability theory calculations.
Comments, etc., about YADS should be directed at rec.games.roguelike.development.
The Haskell source code for the latest version is available as a ZIP archive.
- YADS 0.02: March 31, 2008.
- Alpha release, mainly because of a thorough absence of auxilliary files for specific games and a slight lack of documentation. A very terse description of what has to be configured has been included.
- YADS 0.01: March 30, 2008.
- Alpha release, mainly because of a thorough absence of auxilliary files for specific games and a moderate lack of documentation. The general architecture has been implemented. Release pulled, as it has basically the same functionality
and less documentation than 0.02.
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