Over one million people have enjoyed Cargo-Bot! The puzzle game that challenges your brain and helps you learn programming concepts.
Cargo-Bot is the first game programmed entirely on iPad® using Codea™
It's a puzzle game where you teach a robot how to move crates. Sounds simple, right? Try it out!
• Beautiful graphics
• Fiendish puzzles
• A game about programming, programmed entirely on iPad
• Record your solutions and share them on YouTube
• Learn more about how it was made by searching for Codea on the App Store
Cargo-Bot is finally getting an update! I know, long time, right?
- Toggle music on/off from the main screen
- Optimised for 12.9 and 9.7 inch iPads
- Full of 64-bit goodness (you won't see a warning when you run Cargo-Bot now)
Ratings and Reviews
Good fun logic and programming game
As a software developer I enjoy these types of puzzles and Cargo-Bot is a polished example of the genre.
One mild quibble is the optimal (three star) solution is the one with the least amount of instructions but often these are infinite loops. The sequence stops when the palettes are in the target position so the program doesn't really run forever but as a developer I find it just slightly uncomfortable submitting solutions like this, rather than solutions with a definite ending. Anyhow, that's just me :) I'm sure others will have no such quirks.
As a free app it really is a must-have for any person who enjoys a logic challenge.
Interestingly, the app is an advertisement in itself for the author's programming environment, Codea. The app proclaims it was developed entirely on an iPad using Codea.
This is cool
I've had this game on my ipad for a very long time, but never got around to playing it until a couple of days ago.
It is surprisingly fun, even more so considering it was coded on an ipad. I'm looking forward to playing through more levels.
Great puzzler - the smallest best answers are recursive (ie. they call themselves). This is mighty hard to visualise.
On a "Real" computer, you would have a STACK to help you keep track of recursion. Some form of stack would be nice - along with a way of saving and loading different solutions (when modifying an old solution to solve a new puzzle).
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.