Initial Results from Co-operative Co-evolution for Automated Platformer Design

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We present initial results from ACCME, A Co-operative Co-evolutionary Metroidvania Engine, which uses co-operative co-evolution to automatically evolve simple platform games. We describe the system in detail and justify the use of co-operative co-evolution. We then address two fundamental questions about the use of this method in automated game design, both… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/978-3-642-29178-4_20

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@inproceedings{Cook2012InitialRF, title={Initial Results from Co-operative Co-evolution for Automated Platformer Design}, author={Michael Cook and Simon Colton and Jeremy Gow}, booktitle={EvoApplications}, year={2012} }