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The goal of r2wars is to place two bots in as shared memory space and let them battle against each other until one of them cannot run anymore, because of some kind of broken instruction.
A more informal README can be found here.
You'll probably first of all want to simply play with the two provided bots. In order to do so, run the game like this:
go run ./... -t 1s -v ./bots/warrior0.asm ./bots/warrior1.asm
This runs the game with a round duration of 1 second and an info verbosity level using the two provided bots. You can attach more bots if you'd like, each bot increases the arena size by 512 bytes by default.
You can tweak most of the settings as displayed in the help:
$ go run ./... -h Usage of src: -arch string bot architecture (mips|arm|x86) (default "x86") -bits int bot bitness (8|16|32|64) (default 32) -maxProgSize int the maximum bot size (default 64) -memPerBot int the amount of memory each bot should add to the arena (default 512) -t duration The duration of a round (default 250ns) -v info -vv debug -vvv trace