|Analyze strategy tournaments to generate Yomi|
Summary[edit | edit source]
This project is unlocked once you complete Donkey Space.
Mechanics[edit | edit source]
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The tournaments are based on "The Prisoners Dilemma" (Game Theory) with the outcome rewards being generated randomly at the start of the tournament. While the "Random" strategy adds a little uncertainty, the general performance of each strategy can be predicted. The player can choose which strategy to back at any point before the tournament results are displayed.
The tournament cost is 1000 ops per strategy, and the number of rounds is the square of the number of strategies, so the potential "yomi" per "op" increases in proportion to the number of strategies learned. The length (duration, in real-time seconds) of a tournament depends on the number of rounds and so increases with the square of the number of strategies.
Each round is labelled as A versus B, with A and B being named as a temporary pair, a choice between two arbitrary outcomes.
Choice pairs are:
- cooperate / defect
- swerve / straight
- macro / micro
- fight / back down
- bet / fold
- raise price / lower price
- opera / football
- go / stay
- heads / tails
- particle / wave
- discrete / continuous
- peace / war
- search / evaluate
- lead / follow
- accept / reject
- accept / deny
- attack / decay
Through the stages[edit | edit source]
At the beginning of the third game stage, the Strategic Attachment project gives the player yomi rewards for correctly predicting the tournament outcomes: a 20,000 yomi bonus is awarded if the selected strategy earns most yomi, with 15,000 and 10,000 yomi bonuses for the second and third place strategies.
|Strategy||Estimated Result||Estimated Yomi||Estimated Yomi with
Theory of Mind & Strategic Attachment
|Tit For Tat||895.24||2,713.64||7,347.44||5.29%|