CGDC3: Robot Goal


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Robot GoalCasual Gameplay Design CompetitionThe next entry to our 3rd Casual Gameplay Design Competition is a game by Ja.Games.

Robot Goal is a simple action puzzle game that involves programming a robot to collect green spheres and shoot them into goals before time runs out for each level. Programming is as simple as clicking on the icons representing the actions you would like the robot to take. Sequencing several moves together before clicking play will help master each level within the allowed time limit. The "replay" theme appears to be implemented via the robot carrying out, or replaying, your instructions each time.

Ja.Games is also new to the competitions, so please give him a warm welcome and provide feedback and constructive criticism for him in the comments.

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One entry left. Did I miscount? No, I found an entry in my spam folder after receiving an email this morning from a worried participant. So check back later today for the final entry to our competition!

Note: All comments originally posted here have been moved to the Parley review page. Please use that page to post your comments and questions about the game. Thank you!

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