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Please redistribute and consider participation.

Apologies for multiple postings.

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Call for participation - The Geometry Friends Collaborative Game AI
Competition

Submission deadline: August 8



http://gaips.inesc-id.pt/geometryfriends/



Geometry Friends (GF) is a 2-player cooperative puzzle platformer game,
where 2 players control 2 characters (a circle and a rectangle), with
distinct characteristics, that try to collect some diamonds in a set of
levels as fast as possible.



The game promotes collaboration between the two players and presents
challenging coordinated control of the characters in a simulated physics
environment.



The game promotes collaboration between the two players and presents
challenging control of the characters in a simulated physics environment.



You can see two agents in action in here:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBWUFRMw754



It raises interesting problems for AI agents. For example, to successfully
solve a GF level the players need to:



1) Deal with coordination at different layers: from motion control (e.g.
achieving perfect timing) to level resolution (e.g. devising shared plans);



2) Dealing with limited actuation situated in a simulated physics
environment (with gravity and friction).



3) Solve platform (skill) based puzzles, which involves discovering the
proper order to collect the diamonds and identifying the points where
collaboration is need.



4) Do all the above in real-time.



The competition, this year, is held at IEEE Computational Intelligence
in Games 2017 (http://www.cig2017.com/) and EPIA Conference on Artificial
Intelligence 2017 (https://web.fe.up.pt/~epia2017/)


Give it Try!



The organisation committee,

Rui Prada, Francisco Melo and João Dias.

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