Roboteer

Roboteer


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Robotics is all about problem analysis, design, engineering, testing, prototyping, breaking down, starting over, redesigning, retesting, etc, until you eventually have a robot that solves the problem.

Roboteer brings this process to a non-technical game level where the player is the Robotics Engineer, i.e Roboteer, who has to perform all the tasks of the Robotics Engineer, including:
- analyzing the challenge
- formulating a design,
- constructing the design,
- prototyping the robot,
- testing its operation,
- blowing it up and starting over,
- repeating this prototyping cycle until the design and operation can successfully complete the challenge.

WHAT PLAYERS THINK:

“Whoever designed this is evil”, High School student, on his 8th prototyping cycle.

“I did it, my robot won a medal”, 8 year old who completed his first challenge.

“I love blowing up my robot, its so cool”, 5 year old who is still learning

“I could use this in class”, School teacher with unruly, bored students

“Oh this has girly colors”, young teenage girl who likes robots.

“Roboteer is like the Minecraft of Robotics”, a confirmed gamer.

Getting Started:
Only 2 things matter in this game.
1. Build your robot by dragging your components onto the “Power Cube” or other components.
2. Play button to operate your robot, and touch the screen to activate a virtual operator control circle. All other components have touch buttons.

Go For It! TEST IT, BLOW IT UP, REDESIGN IT
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Free
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3.4
User ratings
240
Installs
5,000+
Concerns
0
File size
19949 kb
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About Roboteer
Roboteer1 is FREE for a limited time
Brought to you by 3 Magic Shots. Download 3 Magic Shots to get more awesome apps like Roboteer1 for FREE

TEST IT - BLOW IT UP - REDESIGN IT
(no advertising)
Robotics is all about problem analysis, design, engineering, testing, prototyping, breaking down, starting over, redesigning, retesting, etc, until you eventually have a robot that solves the problem.

Roboteer brings this process to a non-technical game level where the player is the Robotics Engineer, i.e Roboteer, who has to perform all the tasks of the Robotics Engineer, including:
- analyzing the challenge
- formulating a design,
- constructing the design,
- prototyping the robot,
- testing its operation,
- blowing it up and starting over,
- repeating this prototyping cycle until the design and operation can successfully complete the challenge.

WHAT PLAYERS THINK:

“Whoever designed this is evil”, High School student, on his 8th prototyping cycle.

“I did it, my robot won a medal”, 8 year old who completed his first challenge.

“I love blowing up my robot, its so cool”, 5 year old who is still learning

“I could use this in class”, School teacher with unruly, bored students

“Oh this has girly colors”, young teenage girl who likes robots.

“Roboteer is like the Minecraft of Robotics”, a confirmed gamer.

Getting Started:
Only 2 things matter in this game.
1. Build your robot by dragging your components onto the “Power Cube” or other components.
2. Play button to operate your robot, and touch the screen to activate a virtual operator control circle. All other components have touch buttons.

Go For It! TEST IT, BLOW IT UP, REDESIGN IT

User reviews of Roboteer
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Android Market Comments
A Google User
Nov 27, 2014
Wtf Why the duece is this? Some sort of man made hell on earth that was meant to torture us until our fingers bleed from playing this infernal game, the thing made no sense it was just there, sucking
A Google User
Nov 10, 2014
Wont work It wont let me in the game every 4 seconds
A Google User
Oct 25, 2014
Cant play Everytime i try i just goes back home
A Google User
Sep 29, 2014
I sucks I got it and right when it start git crashes so I got a new phone and it did the same thing
A Google User
Jul 20, 2014
What is with the toggling, I keep trying to zoom in but as soon as I tap my screen, everything is pulled out of proportion