Error code from Java debugging, in which an NPC fails to find her own emotional state.

A Mystery to Herself

October 21, 2011 - Games / Mouthwash

Hey, so blog’s on hold this week after all due to personal matters. I’ll be back in a week or so. I’ll have a bit more to say about Mouthwash then, since I’ve actually made progress on the AI basics after a long stretch of brickwalling. ¬†For now, I leave you with the observation that programming social behavior often produces weirdly poignant errors:

Error code from Java debugging, in which an NPC fails to find her own emotional state.

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