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    Coding Puzzle-Platformer ‘Bots Are Stupid’ Instructs Its Own Steam Launch now

    Yogscast Games is delighted to announce that programming puzzle-platformer Bots Are Stupid is now available on Steam.

    Created by solo developer Leander Edler-Golla, Bots Are Stupid is a command-based puzzler that takes the 2D precision platformer genre and populates it with an infinite supply of stupid robots and an innovative instruction-based control method. Use the game’s simple programming language to teach your bots how to use grappling hooks, navigate speed boosts and more to reach the exit, then watch as they follow your direct instructions. Oh, and just hope that they don’t die too often in the process.

    Master the campaign levels or create and share your own with a sophisticated level editor. Create outrageous courses and devise dastardly challenges for players to overcome, before showing them how it’s done with downloadable replays.

    • Command-Based Platforming – Command your bots to run, jump and use the equipment by typing simple, easy-to-learn instructions.
    • Level Editor – Get creative with the in-game level editor, and create and share your own bot-defying levels with friends online.
    • Global Leaderboards – With Downloadable Replays! – Experiment with different routes and instructions to command your bot through each level in the fastest time possible, or watch how others have achieved their world-beating times by replaying their scripts.
    Kelvin is one of the many in our team who repeatedly ignores the advice to write his own bio. Left with no choice, his Editor had to write one for him. Kelvin is the Chinese William Shakespeare of video games, whatever he says or do is never straight to the point. You are in a furious gunfight with an enemy faction and you need more ammo, expect Kelvin to recite a poem or two first before finally realizing you are half-dead, surrounded, helpless, disappointed, the list can go on really. In his free time, he likes to play carefree games (Those games made for children above 2 years old but below 7). The Mr Philosopher of BunnyGaming.

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