Personal Pages

Inversed's CoreWar page included warrior rankings by iterative weighting and sequential push off, the results of the Tiny Stone Challenge, CoreOps, Randy and the 94nop warrior map.

Łukasza Grabuń has a series of Polish articles from Enter Magazine available, written by Andrzej Stasiewicz in the 1990s.

El Kauka has created the Corewar Web Comics.

Scott Manley has compiled the beginner/advanced warrior ratings and has published a selection of warriors on his site. [archived locally]

FatalC claimed third place in CWSET 2005 and has been successful on a number of hills. Some of FatalC's code is published here.

Mizcu's page has an article about the development of one of his successful warriors, Monowire's Story - The tale of a beginners warrior.

Philip Thorne presents his published warriors in an interesting manner, and also has an analysis of stones.

Kevin Brunelle took part in Ilmari's Mini Tournament #2. [archived locally]

Unsorted Links

The Corewar Info Page is home to the Corewar Lexicon.

Planar's page contains the warrior archives, newsletter archives, and Mount Olympus. [no longer updated]

[German] Jens Gutzeit's page specialises in quickscanners, score surfaces and the history of the hills. Also available in English.

Joonas Pihlaja's page is where you will find Exhaust - a lightweight simulator, and Self Organising Maps of the Koenigstuhl infinite hills.

Philip Kendall's page

Phil Knight

Graeme McRae's page

Sapan Bhatia's page

ICC 2006 - the cancelled summer 2006 meeting, which was to be held in Holland.

The FTP archives.