MMAI20 Results 12 Jan 2017

Congratulations to the winners of MegaMinerAI 20: Catastrophe!

Student Bracket

1st: catnip-cartel

2nd: new-team-who-dis

3rd: dumbsophomores

Global Bracket

1st: the-litter-box

2nd: neon-celine-dions-our-hearts-will-code-on

3rd: arrays-start-at-zero

We hope everybody had fun and look forward to seeing you all next semester!

Posted by: Cody Roberts

MMAI18 Game Announcement and Signups 10 Oct 2016

Saloon The signups for MegaMinerAI 18: Saloon are open! Round up your posse of three and go make your team at The competition is November 12-13 from high noon to high noon.

As always the cost is $24 per team, but you’ll get a T-shirt, plenty of food, and your chance to win some sweet prices.

Let’s ride!

Posted by: Jake Gallow

MMAI18 Announcement 12 Sep 2016

What's it gonna be? Prepare yourself for the Fall 2016 return of MegaMinerAI on November 12th-13th. This semester is gonna be bigger than better than ever, so brush off your old trackball mouse and hamster powered laptop.

Also, if you are interested in developing this semester’s game with us, feel free to join us on Fridays from 4PM-5PM in CS207.

Posted by: Jake Gallow

MegaMinerAI 17: Spiders Winners 30 Apr 2016

Sorry for the delay, but here is the official announcement of the winners for MegaMinerAI 17: Spiders!

Student Tournament:

1st - Make AI Great Again

2nd - fast-arachnids-get-launched-on-raging-degenerates

3rd - Chios

Global Tournament:

1st - The Goldman Clause (Brian Goldman graciously supplied his code on GitHub)

2nd - shrugging-spiders (Garmin’s Team)

3rd - Boris

Great job to all winners! If you weren’t able to attend the tournament showing, or didn’t catch it on twitch, here’s a replay. There are some really cool games to watch!

Posted by: Jon Simington

Bring Your Laptop! 22 Apr 2016

If you are not an S&T student, this announcement is just for you.

Due to some bad timing1, we weren’t able to procure temporary logins for campus machines. However, we are working on setting up a way for you to access the Internet anyway. You’ll be able to clone your team’s code and everything!

Make sure to bring a laptop or something. Something with Wi-Fi capabilities.

The one catch is that you won’t have a shared network drive to work with. But that’s OK. You’ve got git!


Let me clarify: competitors are welcome to use campus machines to compete. If you’re an S&T student with a login, then you’re all set.

If you were planning to get a temporary login from us, that’s not going to happen. You will need a laptop or something in that case.

  1. Sorry! 

Posted by: Wisely