怎样用C语言编写一个迷宫游戏,能否再进一步使迷宫可以自主变换

就是用c语言实现一个迷宫游戏,如果可以的话能否在加一个条件就是:比如每走10步迷宫就会发生一定的变化,当然一定要能走出去,如果走不出去也就没意义了

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动态变化的话,想象是蛮复杂的,得用点动态规划什么的算法吧,没有涉及过,期待大神

wangyaninglm
shiter 回复u014230039: 那你得用qt什么的做做界面把,你说的是控制台版本的程序
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人民公敌 还有graphics.h这个函数不可以在Dev-C中使用呢,用vs2013也不行啊
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人民公敌 那就先不用发生变化,只是静态的,怎样能达到呢,我看的一些都是一堆010101之类的,完全没有迷宫的感觉,怎样可以写出就像是用笔画出来的迷宫的样子
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