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Socoder -> On Topic -> Random Game Titles Created With Markov Chain & OUYA Library

Posted : Thursday, 12 May 2022, 20:48
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Random Game Titles Created With Markov Chain & OUYA Library


In talking recently about how to come up with ideas for a Game Jam, I had mentioned how using something like a Random Emoji Generator could give some interesting ideas.

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Then I got to thinking, what if I could take all the titles for the existing OUYA games and mix them up somehow. Well I found one solution, a Markov Chain.

Don’t know what that is? Basically it’s a way to get a random sequence based on the previous data. You’ll have to research to understand more than that. Suffice it to say, it works ok with this Markov Chain Generator.

I just Copy and Pasted all of these OUYA game titles (thanks szeraax) and set the order to 3 and the output to 5000.

Some of the results are ridiculous. Try it for yourself.

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