by: jkarrman • 1
Nim is a game of logic and strategy, played against the computer. On each turn a player removes bars, at least one, from one of the piles. In the default setup any number of bars can be removed in one move, and the player that removes the last bar wins. It is possible to modify this to limit the number of bars that may be removed in one move, and also change the rules so that the player that removes the last bar loses.
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