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Chomp is an game for two players, played on an (unsually imaginary) chocolate bar ruled into an array of squares. One corner square is poison, the others are not; this is why the chocolate bar is usually imaginary. Players take turns chosing one existing square and removing it and all others positioned away from the poision in the form of a rectangular "chomp" of the tasty chocolate. The player who must chomp the poison loses the game.

Chocoholic is a program to compute the game-theoretic values of positons in the game. Since the game can begin with any size of bar, a size must be chosen.


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Download version 0.2
released on 23 November 2012

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git clone git:// chocoholic-code



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GPLv2Jgay26 April 2013

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 26 April 2013.


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