Up for a challenge and love programming? Well it seems that Bots Are Stupid might be a good fit for you. An ultra-precise platformer where you don't directly control things — what could possibly go wrong?
The developer said to think of it a bit like Mario Maker meets coding. I must admit, it sounds pretty fun. With 40 challenging ready-made levels, plus the ability to make and share your own levels to twist the brains of others. It's not just a case of making them move around, you also have to deal with grappling hooks, speed boosters and all sorts of obstacles that will crush your little bots into tiny pieces.
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- Over 40 uniquely challenging platformer levels.
- Endless challenges and puzzles thanks to the game’s inbuilt level editor and level sharing.
- Levels feature additional mechanics such as grappling hook, speed boosters, conveyor belts and more.
- The bots follow your orders to the letter, no matter how stupid they are.
- Infinite supply of bots!
Available on Steam with Native Linux support and there's even a demo.
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I feel like I'd have more fun giving the bots spectacularly wrong instructions.
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Looks cool to try, but it won't launch for me. :(
Quoting: 14Looks cool to try, but it won't launch for me. :(
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