Actually, the programs that I have work with
Cahsbrowser is a
UI for CashWars that makes it much easier to play
(it has a visual map of the game, you can move to a location by
clicking on it and it'll move you there across multiple squares, etc...). My programs load the map file that CashBrowser produces.
My program then produces as "automover" file (basically a list of waypoints) that CashBrowser
can load and uses to do all its movement. I just start up CashBrowser once a day and let
it do all the work. What I'm working on is generating a better file
for the automover to use.
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