AI for the 2048 game. This uses expectimax optimization, along with a highly-efficient bitboard representation to search upwards of 10 million moves per second on recent hardware. Heuristics used include bonuses for empty squares and bonuses for placing large values near edges and corners. Read more about the algorithm on the StackOverflow answer.
in a terminal. Any relatively recent C++ compiler should be able to build the output.
Note that you don't do
make install; this program is meant to be run from this directory.
You have a few options, depending on what you have installed.
Pure Cygwin: follow the Unix/Linux/OS X instructions above. The resulting DLL can only be used with Cygwin programs, so to run the browser control version, you must use the Cygwin Python (not the python.org Python). For step-by-step instructions, courtesy Tamas Szell (@matukaa), see this document.
Cygwin with MinGW: run
CXX=x86_64-w64-mingw32-g++ CXXFLAGS='-static-libstdc++ -static-libgcc -D_WINDLL -D_GNU_SOURCE=1' ./configure ; make
in a MinGW or Cygwin shell to build. The resultant DLL can be used with non-Cygwin programs.
Visual Studio: open a Visual Studio command prompt,
cdto the 2048-ai directory, and run
Running the command-line version
bin/2048 if you want to see the AI by itself in action.
Running the browser-control version
Install Remote Control for Firefox.
Open up the 2048 game or any compatible clone and start remote control.
2048.py -b firefox and watch the game!
Enable Chrome remote debugging by starting it with the
remote-debugging-port command-line switch (e.g.
Open up the 2048 game, then run
2048.py -b chrome and watch the game! The
-p option can be used to set the port to connect to.