Robot Turtles is the most-backed board game in Kickstarter history
- It sneakily teaches programming fundamentals to kids ages 4 and up
- Inspired by the Logo programming language, the game lets kids write programs with playing cards
- It provides crucial brain development and computer programming skills to children as young as 4 years old in the context of family fun.
- Players dictate the movements of their Robot Turtle tokens on a game board by playing Code Cards: Forward, Left and Right. When a player's Robot Turtle reaches a jewel they win! If they make a mistake, they can use a Bug Card to undo a move. The game has many levels so, as the players advance, they will encounter obstacles like Ice Walls and use more complex Code Cards (like lasers to melt the walls). Play continues until all players collect a jewel, so everyone wins. Beginner to Advanced levels will make it a family favorite for many years. I
- t includes a large Game Board, 40 Tiles, 4 Robot Turtle Tiles, 4 Jewel Tiles, 4 Code Card Decks (45 cards in each deck) and instructions.
- 2-5 players can play at once and everyone who gets the Robot Jewel wins.
- Invented by Dan Shapiro and seen on NPR, Bloomberg, Make: Magazine, Boing boing, TechCrunch, Reddit, Geekmom, Geekdad and more
Product Dimensions 11.2 x 13 x 11.2 inches Item Weight
Full refund on unopened games within 30 days of purchase.