Updated 3 Feb 2009
Inspired by the game "Rhumb Lines". Place the coins in order to gain the medals or block opponents’ positions from gaining medals. Place the coins only at the intersection of circular and radial lines (except at the center). To get a medal you have to use 4 coins. SEQUENTIAL means 4 Coins in Radial, Arc or Spiral fashion in a consecutive manner. ALTERNATE means 4 Coins in Diametrical, Semi-Circular or Spiral fashion but in an alternative manner. At the end of specified time, the winner is decided upon:
For Multi-player (2P) --> both Medals gained and Time of play (10 Points cut for every minute).
For Single-player (1P) --> only Medals gained. It has AI inbuld and has the option of two players.
Krishna Lalith (2023). Clock Bell (https://www.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/22872-clock-bell), MATLAB Central File Exchange. Retrieved .
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