MindRover

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MindRover
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Developer(s) CogniToy
Publisher(s) CogniToy
Platform(s) Linux, Windows, Mac
Release date(s)
Genre(s) Strategy

Mind Rover is a video game, developed by CogniToy. The game, which can be thought of as a successor to the Learning Company's Robot Odyssey, revolves around two activities:

  • Assemble virtual robots from a library of stock parts.
  • Programming robots using a special graphical interface (referred to in the game as "wiring") with a paradigm more based on multicomponent circuitry construction than on traditional programming.
  • Participate in events such as robot battles and racing games with newly programmed robot.

Availability[edit]

The game was developed for Microsoft Windows. Add-ons were available to control Lego Mindstorms robots.

The game was ported to Linux by Loki Software and Linux Game Publishing and to the Mac by MacPlay.

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