A downloadable P&C for Windows and Linux

P&C Game is inspired by Mathematics, precisely Game Theory and Partial Differential Equations from the video of Sylvia Serfaty (see

). Nevertheless there is no need to understand those Mathematics to play. The game is simple and easy to enjoy alone or with friends.

There are two real levels for a one player game. A simple level is a level which can be used to get a Brownian motion graph, that level is easy to win but its timing cannot be deterministic.

How to play:
 For a one player game:
           - Just use the mouse to choose line and the computer will choose the direction
   For a two players game:
           - Player 1 uses the mouse as in the one player game
           - Player two uses left and right arrows to switch between the possible                          two  directions, and select one with the space button.
Notice: At each step, the player has 10 seconds to take a decision, otherwise it will cost him a bad choice in the favor of the other player.

What else, are you able to win? Let's try!

Install instructions

1- For Windows:

    1.1 Download the file Bertrand-Teguia_P&Cgame_exe.win32-2.7
    1.2 Unzip the file and double click on the file P&Cgame to launch the game

2- For Linux distributions:

    2.1 Open a terminal and install libsdl-ttf2.0-0 by typing 
              sudo apt-get install libsdl-ttf2.0-0

    2.2  Download the file Bertrand-Teguia_P&Cgame_exe.linux-x86_64-2.7.zip
   2.3 Unzip the file and double click on the file P&Cgame to launch the game


Bertrand-Teguia_P&Cgame_exe.linux-x86_64-2.7.zip 9 MB
Bertrand-Teguia_P&Cgame_exe.win32-2.7.zip 13 MB