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Debugging Mapgen Seed Divergence

I rather enjoy debugging. It’s just another type of puzzle, one of the many challenges of gamedev approached with logic and the tools at hand. It should be noted I actually don’t much like debugging if it involves a bunch of code I didn’t write, but this is why I almost entirely use my own […]

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Working with Seeds

No, not plant seeds. As most fans of the genre are aware, a fair portion of a given roguelike run is determined based on values returned by a pseudorandom number generator, commonly referred to as the RNG. Before it can do its job, an RNG must be “seeded,” or given a value that starts the […]

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