Design, build and wire up your own unique robot to complete challenging logic puzzles. LogicBots is a puzzle game where robots are used to complete the various levels.
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Very Positive (56 reviews) - 96% of the 56 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Feb 8, 2017

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February 8

LogicBots Release!



After four and a quarter years in development LogicBots is now officially released! We have picked up a lot of people along the way starting from supporters from Kickstarter, then Greenlight and all the people who have been playing and giving their feedback during Early Access.

To celebrate LogicBots is on 25% discount! So if you have been waiting for the complete game now is a great time to pick it up!

LogicBots has grown hugely since the initial Kickstarter pitch which just promised a challenging puzzle game with 40 levels! During development, due to your feedback, there are now sandbox modes, a level builder and Steamworks integration allowing players to share LogicBots and levels. There are also now additional language packs (French, German and Chinese) with more in development!

It’s been a long journey but the wait is finally over!

Hope you enjoy the finished game!

Patch Notes:

New Features:
  • Added rpm stats for motors

Changes:
  • Lengthened time goal on levels 1-3, 3-7, 4-3 and 5-5
  • Shortened time goal on level 1-5
  • Replaced the rotating platform with the new part Stepper Arm
  • Improved loading

Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed bug causing LogicBot to move slower than intended (affected a lot of time challenges)
  • Fixed bug causing parts renamed to 13 characters or longer without a space causing the game to freeze
  • Fixed bug causing CJK characters to not display on circuit boards
  • Fixed a crash caused by deleting a gate while placing a wire
  • Fixed a bug in level 3-3 where objectives were not correctly reset between attempts

New Dictionary References:

<Dictionary>

<General>
<motorrpm>Motor RPM</motorrpm>
<notenoughfunds>Not Enough Funds</notenoughfunds>
<outofstock>Out Of Stock</outofstock>
<snapline>Snap Line</snapline>
<speedlowhigh>Speed Low/High</speedlowhigh>
<reversedirection>Reverse Direction</reversedirection>
</General>

<PartNames>
//changed <rotplatbot>Stepper Arm</rotplatbot>
</PartNames>

<PartDescriptions>
//changed <rotplatbot>Stepper motor with powerful rotating arm that rotates anti-clockwise. Has two speed settings and can have its direction of rotation reversed. Will output its current rotation in degrees from 0 to 360.</rotplatbot>
</PartDescriptions>

</Dictionary>

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January 30

Trading Cards Now Available



Steam Trading Cards have now been released for LogicBots! There are 6 to collect.

Since the last update cloud saving has been enabled so you can now play LogicBots off different computers with ease! Robot save icons however are not stored so you will have to resave LogicBots to get a new icon on a different computer.

There is also a small patch released today which introduces a new part, the Gravity Sensor, which can be used to calculate LogicBots orientation. This patch also contains a small level tweak for level 1-5 "Platform" and a readjustment to the budget goal on level 2-4 "Colour Navigation".

The number storage gate has also had a slight change, it's 'Set' function now works with a high signal instead of a rising edge signal as this makes the gate easier to use in most situations. The old functionality can be achieved by using a pulse generator as the 'Set' input.

Ken

Patch Notes:

New Features:
  • Added trading cards
  • Added cloud saving

Changes:
  • Improved models of level 1-5
  • Adjusted time goal slightly on level 1-5 to account for new models
  • Softened hazard texture
  • Changed number storage gate set to work with high signal instead of rising edge. Old behaviour can be achieved by using a pulse generator. (delay + not + and gate)
  • Added trading card posters to Main Menu background

Bug Fixes:
  • Fixed bug causing LogicBots to move when returning from viewing a level
  • Fixed and added various localisation references listed below
  • Fixed various crashes and saving bugs
  • Fixed a bug causing the rc receiver circuit board LED's to not light up correctly
  • Fixed a bug with comparison gates tutorial with the last puzzle solving part.

New Dictionary References:

<Dictionary>
<General>
<motordirection>Motor Direction</motordirection>
<motoronoff>Motor On/Off</motoronoff>
<performanceissue>Your computer is struggling to keep up with the simulation. Consider turning the simulation accuracy down in the options menu.</performanceissue>
<partsplural>Parts</partsplural> //for other languages
<xaxis>X Axis</xaxis>
<yaxis>Y Axis</yaxis>
</General>

<PartNames>
<gsensor>Gravity Sensor</gsensor>
</PartNames>

<PartDescriptions>
<gsensor>A motion sensor that measures the acceleration due to gravity to calculate its orientation. Outputs its angle from -90 to 90 on two perpendicular axes relative to the parts top face. Due to the sensor measuring deflection it has a 180 degree range and cannot tell the difference between up and down. This issue can be resolved by using a second Gravity Sensor with is placed orthogonally.</gsensor>

//changed <numberstorage>This gate stores a number input when its ‘set’ input receives a high signal. It will output this number until the gate is reset or it is set to another number.</numberstorage>
</PartDescriptions>

<SandboxText>
<defaultreachfinishline>Default - Reach finish line</defaultreachfinishline>
</SandboxText>

<TutorialText>
//change
<comparisoncontent032-2>That circuit wasn't quite right. Remember you need to add the two outputs together using a math gate and can attach a signal splitter to use the output sum more than once. Make a circuit where the motor is on when the sum of the outputs is less than 4 or greater than 12.</comparisoncontent032-2>
</TutorialText>

</Dictionary>

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About This Game

Design, build and wire up your own unique robot to complete challenging logic puzzles.

LogicBots is a puzzle game where robots are used to complete the various levels. Sometimes the LogicBots will be controlled by the player and other times they will work independently to complete the puzzles. In both cases it will be up to the player to design, build and wire their LogicBot to meet the requirements of the level.

Key Features

  • 40 challenging levels
  • 5 in depth tutorials
  • 3 bonus objectives for each level
  • Language packs
  • Sandbox mode
  • Level builder
  • Workshop integration
  • Endless combinations of parts and circuits
  • Physics driven gameplay
  • Soundtrack by Brandon Penney aka Neon-Bard

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP SP3 / Vista / 7
    • Processor: 2.0 GHz Processor
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Intel HD3000
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Storage: 4 GB available space
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