Robot Turtles


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Robot Turtles has a sneaky way of teaching kids (as young as pre-schoolers!) the basics of programming. Inspired by the Logo programming language, kids "write program" with their cards.

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. While kids get to be the programmers and have all the control, grown-ups act as the computer, following commands and making all sorts of goofy noises along the way. And because Robot Turtles is played offline, it allows for some good old-fashioned family game time.

Robot Turtles is the most-backed board game in Kickstarter history. Invented by Dan Shapiro and seen on NPR, Bloomberg, Make: Magazine, Boing boing, TechCrunch, Reddit, Geekmom, Geekdad and more.

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Dimensions:10.75" H × 2.24" W × 10.75" LShipping weight:2.7 lbs.UPC:019275019006

Appropriate for ages: 4 - 12

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Robot turtles Isa who is 4 loves this fun game and qualifies it as a very good family game. Her grandmaman thinks it is a very good learning tool to teach left, right or straight ahead. Highly recommend this game.
Date published: 2014-09-30

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