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Gambit is an open-source collection of tools for doing computation in game theory. With Gambit, you can build, analyze, and explore game models. Use to get intuition about simple games, or the and to support your world-class research and practical applications. Gambit is cross-platform: Get it for Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, or Linux. Getting started Gambit 15 Gambit 15 is the current stable version.
Gambit 16 Gambit 16 is the current research/development version. This is targeted at researchers who want the latest features.
Game Theory Explorer For an even faster start, try the online tool, which allows you to build and solve games interactively in your web browser. Tutorial introductions Some tutorial introductions are available, based on the given at alongside NEW! Valeria Burdea has contributed a nice example of doing. Previous versions Previous versions of Gambit are made available to facilitate reproducing calculations done with those versions. Only very limited support of these versions is available. Gambit 14 Gambit 13. McKelvey, Richard D., McLennan, Andrew M., and (2016).