Liquid War - unique multiplayer action game based on shortest path algorithm

Liquid War multiplayer action shortest path algorithm

Liquid War is a unique multiplayer action game based on shortest path algorithm

Released: 1 July 1995
Version: 5.6.4 (17 October 2007)
License: GNU GPL
Developer : Christian Mauduit

Liquid War is a unique multi-player action game. It is based on an original shortest path algorithm and core concept by Thomas Colcombet and programmed by Christian Mauduit. Liquid War 6 is a GNU package distributed as free software and part of the GNU project.

Liquid War Game play takes place on a 2D battlefield, usually with some obstacles. Each player (2 to 6, computer or human) has an army of particles and a cursor. The objective of the game is to assimilate all enemy particles. The players can only move their cursors and cannot directly control the particles. Each particle follows the shortest path around the obstacles to its team’s cursor. A player may have several thousands particles at a time, giving the collection of particles a look of a liquid blob. When a particle moves into a particle from a different team, it will fight and if the opponent particle fails to fight back (it is not moving in the opposite direction) it will eventually be assimilated by its attacker. As particles cannot die but only change teams, the total number of particles on the map remains constant. Since a particle can only fight in one direction at a time (towards its team’s cursor), a player that surrounds its opponents will have a distinct advantage.Liquid war games end when one player controls all of the particles or when the time runs out. When the time runs out, the player with the most particles wins.

There are multiple maps in Liquid War which affect the obstacles in the battlefield. These obstacles may affect the strategies of the game.

Liquid War is a multiplayer game and can be played by up to 6 people on one computer, or over the Internet or a LAN. A single player mode is available in which the opponents are controlled by the computer. The computer AI’s “strategy” is to constantly choose a random point in the enemy and move its cursor to it.

Minimum System Requirements: Your computer can run this game

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Liquid War - unique multiplayer action game based on shortest path algorithm

Liquid War - unique multiplayer action game based on shortest path algorithm

Liquid War - unique multiplayer action game based on shortest path algorithm

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