[Wolves] Aibo

Aquarius wolves at mailman.lug.org.uk
Tue May 6 13:04:03 2003

In article <3EB78CEE.3080705@dannyboy.dnsalias.org> you wrote:
>> We've got one at work, because a major company had a Flash game for which the 
>> highest scorer overall would win an Aibo, and I used my leet Flash disassembling 
>> techniques (see http://www.kryogenix.org/writings/tech/lame-flash-scores) to 
>> win the dog ;)
> Ahem.  To quote your own linked page:
> 'The first conclusion to be drawn from this is that anyone using this to 
> win competitions or look good is a bit pathetic, really. This is not 
> hard; it's the equivalent of trying all the car doors on a street. Find 
> something more constructive to do than 0wning high-score tables, you 
> know it makes sense.'
> Just quotin'.  ;)

Yeah, yeah, I knew someone would bring that up. The Aibo thing was the first 
time I did it, and I thought that I'd discovered something exiting. It wasn't 
until a little while afterwards that i discovered how pathetically easy it 
was, and that's what prompted me to write the essay :)


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