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Craftomation 101 now offers a native Demo

calcraftomation 101: programming and craft automation game now offers a demo for linux mac windows pc

Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft visual programming game now offers a Demo for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. Thanks to the ongoing commitment of developer Luden.io. Available now on Steam.

Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft the visual programming game for tiny robots. All due to the result of the indie development studio Luden.io. Now taking part in the Base Builder Fest on Steam currently under way, and finishing on January 30.

In Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft, you land on a frozen planet to make it liveable. You’re not alone on your mission, though: CraftoMates are tiny robots with you. You can also program them to perform all kinds of tasks (with no coding skills).

Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft Gameplay Trailer

Gather a gang of goofy robots, and watch them terraform this planet. Just don’t forget to feed them once in a while.

The new Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft demo features revised graphics. There is also a long awaited feature – functions. While allowing you to write parts of code. Executed by as many CraftoMates as you choose.

Features:

  • Tiny robots
  • Visual programming (for tiny robots)
  • Crafting (performed by tiny robots)
  • A rocket (carrying one tiny robot)
  • A frozen planet to terraform

In The Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft Demo you will also need to harvest resources. Then craft tools, burn fires, melt the ice, plant trees, and produce oxygen. Estimated time for the task: over 9000 years. Or you can make robots to do that for you.

Enter CraftoMate. They can be scripted with visual programming to perform all kinds of tasks. More important, you can build and upgrade them with local materials. Even more so: you can also program them to harvest and craft those materials. Due to be a viable workforce, capable of terraforming the entire planet.

Craftomation 101: Programming and Craft visual programming game gets a Steam Demo. Along with support for Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. But you can also Wishlist the game on Steam and GOG.