KOTH@SAL offers eight play by email hills, including beginners, fortress, nano, tiny, limited process, tinylp, rf23 and tournament.
PZPR is the home of Lukasz Adamowski's Polish hills, Arena Pojedynków (round robin) and Arena Bitewna (multi-warrior). [hills closed]
The Internet Pizza Server - the former home of the draft, tiny, limited process and beginners hills. [hills closed]
Sourceforge Hills have six web submission hills, including one intended for evolved warriors only. Code for the warriors submitted to the hills is made available in the online archive. Also home to an alternative Corewar-like system. [hills closed]
rec.games.corewar on Google - since it's formation in 1991, the newsgroup has provided a valuable forum.
Jakub's IRC Logs - old logs of the happenings in #COREWARS covering the period Mar 2003 to May 2004.
Jaska's IRC Logs [site vanished?]
Corewar Web-Forum [use rec.games.corewar instead]
ICC 2004 - the 20th Anniversary of Corewar Meeting organised in Berlin by Christian Schmidt, July 2004.
ICC 2006 - the forthcoming meeting in Holland, organised by Roy van Rijn.
Terry Newton's page - the home of Terry's evolvers, Redmaker, Fizzle and REBS. An informative site covering a wide variety of evolving topics.
Dave Hillis' page makes his RedRace evolving software available, which generated h1_36.red - the first evolved warrior to win a tournament.
Barkley Vowk's page - Bvowk created the CCAI evolver, which successfully produced the first evolved warriors to enter the '94nop hill.
Jason Boer's page - the home of GA_WAR.C
Corewar Redcode Evolver is Loren Jamison's evolving software.
David G. Andersen's page is home to his paper, The Garden: Evolving Warriors in Core Wars.
Ryan Coleman's page - containing Ryan's paper, Learning By Simulating Evolution Using Corewars.
CoreWin 2.2 is Chip Wendell's feature packed Mars for Windows.
pMars - C source for the official Redcode simulator of rec.games.corewar. Supports ICWS-88 and extended ICWS-94 Draft.
fMars is Michal Janeczek's Redcode simulator - the fastest available Mars.
pQmars - the Quantum Coreworld
A.R.E.S. is a non-standard simulator for Windows - with extensions allowing stacks, absolute addressing and console input / output. Includes a Basic interpretter written in extended Redcode.
XRK - a simulator for the first Redcode standard - ICWS-86.
Ilmari Karonen's page offers Ilmari's Beginner's Guide to Redcode and the results of his two mini tournaments.
John Everitt's page makes PDF conversions of many important Corewar documents available.
Lukasz Grabun's page specialising in stones and bombers.
The Corewar Hall of Fame - with photos and information about some of the well known Redcoders of the past.
Martin Ankerl's page - is the home of Yace (Yet Another Corewar Evolver) and QMars (Quicker Mars). [local copy]
Beppe Bezzi's page - has the results and warriors from Beppe's tournament. [local copy]
Kevin Brunelle's page [local copy]
Phil Knight's page - home to Phil's Corewar utilities for Windows. [local copy]
Leif Lindgren's page - containing Leif's MARS written in CommonLISP. [local copy]
Scott Manley's page - is where you will find the beginner / advanced ratings and also a selection of Scott's warriors. [local copy]
Wangsaw Mintardjo's page - Intro to Art in '88: Paper - Stone - Scissors Trilogy. [local copy]
Koen Struyve's page - has the results and warriors from the Corewars Beginner's League. [local copy]
Linus Thorsell's page - home to the Core War Tribes Project and Linus's paper on evolving warriors. [local copy]
L. Vogtmann's page - contains html conversions of A.K. Dewdney's Scientific American articles. [local copy]