August 21st, 2010, 00:58 Posted By: wraggster
Geecko has posted an entry in the Neoflash 2010 Coding Contest:
Heres the full details posted:
Projet name: PSP_Bot
Division: Retro GAME
Original enter: YES
Support Motion: NO
In last NEO Compo this project have won in the top 10: NO
PSP_Bot is a reflexion/logic game, coded in C and using intraFont-G & pspgu. This is the port of Light-Bot flash game by Coolio-Niato. The original idea comes from Matt Chase with Bill the Robot game. Graphics are made by CaptainKill with the help of Kavel Inox. The game is supplied with sources, under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.
Your goal is to light up all the blue tiles, by programming your bot using 5 basic functions. You can move forward, turn left, turn right, jump and switch light. However, you can also use 2 functions, f1 & f2, in which you can put up to 8 commands each. In the main method you can put 12 commands. There is recursivity support !
There is 12 levels with a growing difficulty. This is a really good introduction to real-world programmation.
At the end of the game, you know how many commands were used, this is your score; the less is the best.
How to use :
Square : switch robot configuration
Cross : Select/Stop/Put
L/R : Select a function
D-Pad : Navigate in the function matrix
Circle : Delete a function
Select : Delete the whole matrix
Start : Run program
For more information and downloads, click here!
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