Dabble was written by J.P. Grossman and introduced at the second Combinatorial Game Theory Research Workshop, held at the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute, July 24-28, 2000.
September 6, 2001: A bug causing the program to crash has finally been tracked down. An updated version (version 1.3) is now available which fixes this.
February 12, 2004: Thanks to Glenn Rhoads for uncovering a small bug in the code. The .zip files have been updated with a fix.
|dabble.zip (40K)||Two versions of the dabble executable for windows and some sample games. Please read readme.txt as it explains the difference between the two versions.|
|dabble_source.zip (112K)||The dabble source code and associated MSVC++ 6.0 project files. This code is licensed under the GNU General Public License|
|mfc42.zip (458K)||If you get a strange error message involving mfc42.dll when you try to run dabble, you may need to unzip this file in the directory where you placed dabble.|