This is a follow up of Print a maze question. If you like this question, please add more maze generation algorithms ;). For this task you'll have to implement a game engine for one player who must ...
Write a program that generates and prints a random maze using the algorithm of your choice. The maze should be different for multiple runs of the program. Height and width are given as command line ...
Given a maze on stdin and an entry point, write a program that prints a path to the exit on stdout. Any path is acceptable, as long as your program does not generate the trivial path (passing through ...
I know there is an (old) thread similar to this (here), but I'd like to reboot it with some modifications. The goal: generate a random-looking maze using an algorithm of your choice, then output the ...
As we learned from the IBM PC AT, YouTube (see video), Wikipedia (see article), and Sesame Street: The letter H is the most merciless letter of the alphabet! (Even when actually composed from two ...
The puzzle Print 0 if a maze n*m can not be solved Print 1 if a maze n*m can be solved (in 1 or more ways) (so I'm not asking for paths but if it's possible to solve!!!) Input array(2d): ...
Your goal is to write a program that creates a random 10x10 map using 0, 1, and 2, and finds the shortest path from top-left to bottom-right, assuming that: 0 represents a grass field: anyone can ...
Rules: In this game you start at the top of a rectangular grid of size N x M made up of walls and open spaces. The input is N lines of M characters, where a . specifies an open space and a x ...