gdx-ai - Artificial Intelligence framework for games based on libGDX or not

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An artificial intelligence framework, entirely written in Java, for game development with libGDX.The gdxAI project is a libGDX extension living under the libGDX umbrella. However it does not force you to use that specific framework if you do not wish to do so. The libGDX jar remains an essential requirement, mostly due to the use of libGDX collections which are optimized for mobile platforms by limiting garbage creation and supporting primitive types directly, so avoiding boxing and unboxing.

https://github.com/libgdx/gdx-ai

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