AI Bot Workspace
An Electron application which includes testing workspaces for most Riddles.io competitions.
Game of Life and Death competition window
Game of Life and Death settings window
Make sure you got Java 8 installed and confirm that the
java command is available via the command-line.
There are two ways to install the application:
- Go to the Releases page and download the latest version for your operating system.
- Install Node.js and Yarn, clone this repository,
cdinto it and install the dependencies by running
yarn. Start the application using
When installing using the first method, note that the application is unsigned. On Windows this means SmartScreen might pop up, which you can get through by clicking "More Info" after which the "Run Anyways" button becomes available. On macOS, the first time you run the application you'll need to manually go to the /Applications folder, right click on the AI Bot Workspace icon and click "Open". This pops up an alert asking you whether you want to run the application, which you need to confirm.
If you installed via the first method, it depends on your operating system. If you are using Linux or Windows, you can automatically update by clicking on the link in the bottom-left of the portal (on Windows it replaces your current installation, on Linux it places the new AppImage in the same directory as the current one).
On macOS, this is not possible due to the fact that the application is not signed. To update on macOS, go to the Releases page again and manually install the latest version (clicking on the link in the bottom-left of the portal will take you to that page aswell).
If you installed via the second method, the only thing you need to do when updating is running
git pull and
- Hack Man
- Ultimate Tic Tac Toe
- AI Block Battle
- Four In A Row
- Ms. Hack-Man
- Light Riders
- Texas Hold 'em
- Game of Life and Death
- Crypto Trader
Adding new competitions or features
Read the Contributing document.
This application would not be possible without the game engines, match wrapper and match viewers. All of these were made by the awesome people at Riddles.io. Also, thanks to Jim van Eeden for helping out on keeping the application up-to-date.