Robots in Spring is a whimsical game album — like a music album, except with games instead of songs. Each is different, yet much like the others in some ways. They're short, simple, with few bells and whistles, but I hope you have fun playing them. Let me know if you need the rules explained; so far, my beta-testers managed just fine on their own.
And check back now and then for more entries. Thank you!
- Reverse Robots: A simple but addictive puzzle game. How far can you make it?
- Tick Tock Rocket: A two-player board game that's like Chess meet Checkers... in spaaace!
- Tiny Explorers: A strategy game where you battle a tight move limit to reveal the entire map.
- Robots in Spring: Clone of a popular game, except themed for this album, and with a twist.
- Flowers for Robots: Part puzzle game, part board game, all hotseat multiplayer. Short, but fun.
All games are open source under the MIT License.
All games require a Python runtime. Python comes preinstalled on the Mac and most Linux distributions; Windows users can get it from the python.org website. You'll also need the Tkinter module, which is bundled with most Windows runtimes and preinstalled on the Mac. On Linux you might need to add it yourself: look in your package manager for something called "tkinter", "python-tk" or the like.
Python version 3.3 or newer is preferred, but 2.7 should work as well.