This is a stupid little thing I made in an afternoon. It was originally meant to generate randomized characters for fictional works with attributes chosen with a probability that resembled real life. Data for certain demographics was either not easy to come by, or somewhat ambiguous, so I just scrapped any serious aspect and went balls to the wall crazy.
After seeing Kuvo's chat bot, Kuvosabot, tell us about afforable boners for the 50th time, I figured I'd look up how it was made. The answer: Markov Chains. I made a simple Markov Chain class in C++ just to see how it's implemented. I finished that and sat on it for a few months until Vicas had an idea for a bot that automatically generates reviews for games. 1 + 1 = 2 and Markov Reviews was born.
Markov Reviews has two parts: a twitter bot and a web site. The twitter bot is where new reviews can be requested. It periodically checks its mentions to see if anyone has asked for a review. If there is a request, the name of that game is searched for on metacritic. If there's enough user reviews on metacritic, the bot scrapes as many as it can find and crams them into a Markov Chain. Using this loaded chain, it generates a number of sentences, glues them together into paragraphs and saves it as a text file.
The other part, the web site is quite a bit simpler. All it does is look through the directory where the bot places its text files and displays links to view them (plus a fancy search function, of course).
Congratulations on being hired by Watmos Technologies Inc., a world leader biochemical engineering and design. As a software analyst, you
will be assisting the software engineering team with the highly advanced automated laboratory management system that keeps our researchers safe
when working with dangerous substances. Here is your desk and your computer terminal. Your supervisor will be contacting you shortly. We hope you
enjoy your time at Watmos!
This is a small text adventure game I've tinkered with on and off for the past few months. It's pretty short - shouldn't take more than 20 minutes even if you read everything. This is barely a game though and it is bad. Do not play it.
Do you ever have trouble loading the TWITCH dot TV web site on the internet? No? Well your troubles are over! This utility will use a hidden backdoor in Twitch's system to ensure the site loads faster than you can say "hey fuk u this doesnt work Kappa".
I'm a nobody that one of knows or cares about.
I do a lot of programming, both at work and at home, so you're welcome to nerd out to me about how the C++ STL beat you up and stole your lunch money in middle school, or how you should only ever use the triple/double equals operator when using a weakly typed language.
Other than that, I play a lot of video games so I can wallow in self pity for not doing something productive. And because
everyone no one cares, my favorite
game of all time is Final Fantasy 6, my favorite game series is Metroid, and I literally cannot shut up about Splatoon (buy Splatoon (and join my squid squad)). I also
dabble in fiction writing and photography, but I am very bad at them.
On rare occasions, when I'm feeling sassy, I'll try my hand at game development. For the past 2 years I've been tinkering with a game that's probably less than 10% complete at this point because I'm a stubborn idiot who wants to write his own engine.
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