The Core War Imp Ring
The Imp Ring connects websites related to Core War, a programming
game where warriors written in Redcode, an abstract assembly language,
fight for survival in the memory of a simulated computer. If you
would like to have your site included in the ring, please e-mail the
address to Ilmari Karonen.
- King of the Hill -- koth.org
This is *the* Core War site. Hills, tutorials, software downloads,
IRC channel, FTP archives, mailing list, links, you name it! If you
only ever bookmark one Core War site, this would be it.
- Ilmari Karonen's Core War page
This site includes the Beginners' guide to Redcode, information about a
couple of past tournaments, and, of course, this ring itself. Please note
that these pages have moved to a new server, which has caused some amount
of reorganization and general brokenness.
- Philip Kendall's Core War page
Contains a bunch of quite useful guides and resource lists, as well as
an index of past Core Warrior issues and the 1998 Redcode Maniacs
- Phil Knight's Homepage
Windows NT/95/98 Core War Programs and Utilities
- Terry Newton's Core War page
- Christoph C. Birk's Core War page
Features the Koenigstuhl, an "infinite" hill similar to Planar's
Mt. Olympus. Also has a very nice selection of Core War links.
- A.R.E.S. corewar simulator
A.R.E.S. is an integrated development enviroment, compatible to the
official ICWS '94 standard. It includes a debugger (Break points,
break conditions, a. s. o.), and offers an experimental mode
with console I/O for studying the basic principles of operating
- John Metcalf's Core War site
Home of the Corewar library, including tutorials, strategy guides,
history and journals. Also contains the nano and tiny programming
- Christian Schmidt's Core War site
- nMars - Corewars MARS for .NET
nMars is engine, compiler and IDE for programming game called Corewars.
- :: corewar :: programming with style
- Neo's World of Corewar
Contains Neo's mini challenges and tutorials.
- XRK - Extra Redcode Kit
A complete Core Wars development system for DOS, ICWS-86 standard.
Support sharing tournaments workload on multiple networked PCs.
The Core War Imp Ring is written and maintained by
Ilmari Karonen. PHP source
available on request.
(New members: add this HTML block to your page, replacing "YOUR_ID"
with your personal ID, as listed in the HTML source of this page.)