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AI stands for [[Wikipedia:Artificial Intelligence|Artificial Intelligence]] and controls the behaviour of all but the simplest of NPC actions. Source's AI is not to be confused with Half-Life 2's restrained implementation of it: it is very powerful and very clever. This category will provide an overview of how to implement and manage AI in your Source game or map.
 
AI stands for [[Wikipedia:Artificial Intelligence|Artificial Intelligence]] and controls the behaviour of all but the simplest of NPC actions. Source's AI is not to be confused with Half-Life 2's restrained implementation of it: it is very powerful and very clever. This category will provide an overview of how to implement and manage AI in your Source game or map.
 
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Revision as of 07:17, 4 November 2005

AI stands for Artificial Intelligence and controls the behaviour of all but the simplest of NPC actions. Source's AI is not to be confused with Half-Life 2's restrained implementation of it: it is very powerful and very clever. This category will provide an overview of how to implement and manage AI in your Source game or map.



Subcategories

This category has the following 4 subcategories, out of 4 total.

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