FIX THE FACTORY IS THE COOL NEW PUZZLE GAME FROM LEGO® MINDSTORMS® FEATURING A COOL HUMANOID ROBOT, EV3RSTORM, AND A ROBOT FACTORY WITH BATTERY PACKS DROPPED IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES…
Meet EV3RSTORM, the cool LEGO MINDSTORMS robot who can walk, rotate, grab, shoot and put the misplaced battery packs at the NOGO factory back in their right place - if you tell him the right moves to do it!
Help EV3RSTORM navigate the massive NOGO factory maze and put the dislocated batteries back in place to proceed to the next level. But watch out, it’s not as easy as it seems. And you never know which challenges the floors inside the factory are going to present to you!
Fix The Factory is an addictive puzzle game full of unexpected obstacles that are guaranteed to challenge your logic thinking, your spatial intelligence and your robot commanding skills.
The game is packed with fun sound effects, challenging puzzles, cool robot functions, great level designs and a funky robotic soundtrack.
See you if you can complete all levels and earn the maximum score based on:
- Least number of attempts
- Least number of moves
- Least amount of errors
- Shortest time
RECOMMENDED AGE: 8-99 years
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This is cool
I completed all the levels and this is a cool coding game. I love what LEGO productions did. I am a huge LEGO fan and this game is expectable. I really enjoyed it and I insist you try it.
I love your LEGO games especially This game! It’s so fun to program the mindstorms robot to solve puzzles!
You wouldn't know it was a beginning programming course unless you were already familiar with the genre. This plays like an amazing puzzle game. The puzzles start very easy, but are just a little mind bending. Its really a ton of fun, and if you want to learn programming, or teach a kid, do this first and then take it just one step farther, maybe with the Lego robotics kit, also highly recomended (but pricey if you're only very casually interested). This should definately be required in every single school.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.