Byte-le Royale is a 24 hour programming competition where competitors in teams of up to 3 write an AI to play a video game. The teams will be competing against each other to see who can create the best AI!
Friday, February 7th at 6:00 PM to Saturday, February 8th at ~8:00 PM
Quentin Burdick Building, Room 104
Anyone can compete, as long as you are in a team of 3 or less. To keep things fair, non-students are not eligible for prizes and are not considered in the final rankings.
This is a meritocracy, so of course we have prizes. We will be offering prizes to the top three teams who
This year we have collected $550.58 for prizes. We will be splitting the prizes 55%, 30%, 15%.
$100.93 per person
$55.05 per person
Opening Ceremony. Competition Starts.8:00pm
Food ticket purchase cutoff.10:00pm
Food Ticket: Goody-Bags Avaliable10:30pm
Food Ticket: Bagel Breakfast2:00pm
Food Ticket: Sandwich Lunch6:30-ish
Competition End, Submission Deadline6:30
Food Ticket: Pizza Time!7:00
In order to better judge how many people will be attending, we would like to encourage everyone who plans on attending to RSVP. Attendance of the event is 100% free. We will, however, be offering a food ticket package. Additionally, to save time, you can RSVP up to three people (the max number of people in a team) at one time.
At the event on Friday, we will be selling food ticket packages. The price of this food ticket is $15. This
food ticket package will include 4 food tickets redeemable for the three meals listed on the schedule, as
well as a goody bag that may consist of: Chips/Crackers, Candy bars, Cans of Pop, Cookies. All perfect
things to keep your blood-sugar levels high, and keep you pumped up.
Our intent is not to make a profit, so all money not spent on meals will go towards filling those goody-bags. They'll be pretty beefy this year!
|Team Name||Mean score||Median score||Combined score||Best run score|
|OwO Ma-Moe Chandelier||1183.92||1153||1168.46||1514|
|YOLO I'm Going Solo||1047||1063||1055||1303|
Competing teams were judged on a combined score, which was the average of the mean
score and the median score after 25 runs.
Byte-le Royale had its first game in 2018, and it has returned yearly to test students with new challenges. Each new problem inspires creative solutions and cooperation to refine solutions.
Here are some of the previous games.
Guide your team of adventurers through dark dungeons full of traps and monsters to gather treasure! Choose your path, upgrade your equipment and look for monster weaknesses. Just watch out for the falling ceiling!GitHub
Fly your ship through the sector to mine, trade, or attack other players! Money is all that matters in the end, so do whatever it takes to be the richest!GitHub