- Core War
The purpose of the Corewar Archive is to provide a mirror of websites which have either closed or are in danger of disappearing. Particular attention is paid to preserving important documents, software and sites of historic interest.
PZPR is the home of Lukasz Adamowski's Polish hills, Arena Pojedynków (round robin) and Arena Bitewna (multi-warrior).
Csaba Biró has a Corewar tutorial in Hungarian.
Kevin Brunelle describes taking part in Ilmari's Mini Tournament 2.
Datagram organised the Corewar Spring Tournament.
El Kauka hosted the absolute beginner hill.
Alexander Groß wrote a short description of Corewar.
Jörg Hakenberg describes a pre-standard variant of Corewar.
Brian Haskin is the author of jMARS.
Dave Hillis is the author of RedRace.
Michał Janeczek is the author of fmars.
Phil Knight is the author of TestWarrior and Corewar Tournament.
Egmont Koblinger wrote a Core War simulator for the ZX Spectrum.
John K. Lewis wrote Core Wars for Dummies.
W. Mintardjo wrote an Intro to Art in '88.
Mizcu's page has an article about the development of one of his successful warriors, Monowire's Story - The tale of a beginners warrior.
Nándor and Stefan organised Nandor and Stefan's Fall Core War Tournament.
Ian Oversby organised The Oversby Autumn 1998 Corewar Tournament.
Loren Roosendaal submitted the paper Assimilated evolution: defeating new strategies by exploiting their predecessors to the 19th Belgium-Netherlands Artificial Intelligence Conference in 2007.
Hugues Salamin has a page of Corewar links.
Andreas Schamanek wrote a short introduction to Corewar.
Koen Struyve organised the Corewars Beginner's League.
Nenad Tomašev organised the “Down The Core And More” tournament.
L. Vogtmann converted A. K. Dewdney's articles to HTML.
Adam Ryba describes the history of Core War in Poland.
Martin Pedersen hosted an archive for the corewar genetic algorithms mailing list.
Barkley Vowk is the author of the CCAI distributed evolver, which successfully produced the first evolved warriors to enter the '94nop hill.