Video games using procedural generation

30XX is a platform game from independent developer Batterystaple Games and the sequel to 20XX. It released in Steam early access on February 17, 2021, and is also planned to be released on consoles in the future. Like its predecessor, 30XX was inspired by the Mega Man series, but uses procedurally generated levels. However, unlike 20XX, the game possesses both a permadeath roguelike mode and a "Mega Mode" where the levels of the entire game are generated in advance and do not change upon death, giving players an experience more similar to the Mega Man games. The game follows the android main characters of 20XX, Nina and Ace, who awaken after a millennium to discover the world has changed irreversibly after the advent of the Synthetic Mind. The early access release of the game was positively received by critics, who called it an improvement over its predecessor. (Wikipedia).

1111111111111111111111111111111 & Unix Epoch - Computerphile

The highest signed 32bit integer is a ticking timebomb - sort of... Dr Tim Muller explains why it's his #MegaFavNumber This re-upload features a slight repair to the audio where Dr Muller mis-spoke 'un-signed' instead of signed https://www.facebook.com/computerphile https://twitter.co

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This video was made for #MegaFavNumbers The sequence that is generated by cycles of bits and somehow related to prime numbers and multiplicative order of 2 mod 2n+1 Sequence: 3, 6, 15, 12, 255, 30, 63, 24, 315, 510, 33825, 60, 159783, 126, 255, 48, 65535, 630, 14942265, 1020, 4095, 67650

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#MegaFavNumbers My favourite Number is 179 digits long!!!

#MegaFavNumbers sorry I had made mistakes about the prime factors. it was supposed to be 3×3×5×.... but I had taken it be 3×5×5×... and I have corrected below 31 980 599 086 523 546 548 147 351 491 272 676 211 458 715 997 231 784 732 063 781 637 489 066 745 716 387 150 725 397 533 911 7

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Ex 1: Determine Factors of a Number

This is the first of three videos that provides examples of how to determine the factors of a number using a numbers prime factors. Search Video Library at http://www.mathispower4u.wordpress.com

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My entry in the #MegaFavNumbers project by James Grime and Matt Parker. The number in question is 2¹⁰²⁴, also known as 179,769,313,486,231,590,772,930,519,078,902,473,361,797,697,894,230,657,273,430,081,157,732,675,805,500,963,132,708,477,322,407,536,021,120,113,879,871,393,357,658,789,76

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#MegaFavNumbers - 7,588,043,387,109,376 by Egi

87,109,376^2=7,588,043,387,109,376. The last 8 digits is the square root😀, it's called an automorphic number which n^2 ends with n

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1,010,010,101,000,011 - #MegaFavNumbers

This is my submission to the #megafavnumbers project. My number is 1010010101000011, which is prime in bases 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 and 10. I've open-sourced my code: https://bitbucket.org/Bip901/multibase-primes Clarification: by "ignoring 1" I mean ignoring base 1, since this number cannot be fo

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MegaFavNumbers: Plus One Primes, 154,641,337, and 62,784,382,823

My entry in the #MegaFavNumbers series looks at a particularly striking example of a very specific family of primes -- and how it connects to what digits can be the final digit of primes in different bases.

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Conversion Arcs and 2,916,485,648,612,232,232,816 (MegaFavNumbers)

I'm sorry. The MegaFavNumbers playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLar4u0v66vIodqt3KSZPsYyuULD5meoAo

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HP 9825 Repair Part 2: Is Our Rare 16-Bit Processor Fried?

We repaired the supply in the previous episode, but it does not boot anymore. Did we actually fry its rare 16-bit hybrid processor? Many thanks to Antoine Bercovici for the magnificent pictures of the CPD microprocessor. Read about the HP 16-bit processor here: http://www.cpushack.com/20

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