kiki the nano bot

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kiki the nano bot
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kiki the nano bot
Developer(s) Thorsten Kohnhorst (aka Monsterkodi) and others[1]
Stable release 1.0.2 (Windows) December 2, 2005; 8 years ago (2005-12-02)
1.0.3 (Mac OS X) February 15, 2007; 7 years ago (2007-02-15)[2]
Operating system Microsoft Windows, Mac OS X, Linux [3]
Available in English, Basque, German, Portuguese, Spanish, Swedish and Dutch
License Open source/public domain[4]

kiki the nano bot is a puzzle game, basically a mixture of the games Sokoban and Kula World. It is available for Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Mac OS X.


Kiki, a nano bot, is the only bot left sane from a "parasitic capacity" that affected the nano world where he lived, leaving all the nano bots produced in that world "lazy stupid little robots/which shoot each other/and destroy the nano world". kiki's task is to "repair the maker" (of nano bots).[5]


In each level, certain task must be performed, so the exit gate can be activated, then, if kiki moves through the activated exit gate, it will be 'beamed' to the next level.[6] Gravity works towards the surface you were last touching and kiki can walk around the walls and on all sides of any block.[7] The game has 50 levels, which can be viewed by selecting "Statistics", in the main menu, in which the progress of the user appears.


It won the Categories 'Best Graphics', 'Best Originality' and 'Best Overall Game' in the uDevGame Game Programming Contest 2002.[8][9]

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