Get kids hooked on coding within minutes!
Lightbot : Code Hour is a programming puzzle game- a game whose game mechanics require using programming logic to solve levels. This short teaser is meant to introduce players to programming who may have little to no experience. Anyone, anywhere, from grades K-12 can play, have fun and learn real programming logic!
Simply guiding a robot to light up tiles and solve levels using commands, Lightbot cultivates a real understanding of procedures, loops, and conditionals.
Educators around the world are choosing to use Lightbot first when introducing their students to programming, coding and Computer Science.
Lightbot : Code Hour features 20 levels. The follow-on Lightbot : Programming Puzzles features 50 levels and 20 challenge stars to collect for when you want more of a challenge!
This version of Lightbot can be played in English, French, Russian, Brazilian Portuguese, Spanish, Traditional Chinese, Simplified Chinese, Norwegian, Slovenian, Romanian, Indonesian, German, Polish, Danish, Croatian, Dutch, Slovak, Czech, Greek, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Malay, Thai, Hindi, Swedish, Finnish and Hungarian! Just hit the associated flag icon on the main screen to select a language.
Lightbot features multiple save slots and separate progress tracking for multiple players. Multiple players can advance at their own pace in their own save slot, and also compete on number of levels finished, number of stars collected and number of overall commands used to complete the game.
There are NO in-app purchases in Lightbot.
Fixed level progression in the procedures level set: troublesome level 5 has now been replaced with a simpler level.
As always, thank you for supporting Lightbot!
Ratings and Reviews
Brilliant app for coding intro.
This is a great concept and execution of a system to teach fundamentals of logic and instruction to all ages. My 3-yr old is fascinated, and her parents are having fun too. We just bought the bundle so the two paid apps after trying this one. Children are capable of symbol and pattern construction long before they can manipulate any specific language system and this simple system takes that idea and runs with it to some complex teaching.
The only thing not "perfect", and I hope I can offer this as a constructive criticism, is the UI layout in some small ways. My daughter sometimes cannot clearly recognize when a chosen operation has been placed in her program. An animation to show the instruction moving to its place in the code could help. Also, it is not always obvious to a kid that the program, when running, has carried out two separate instructions, as the little bot moves quickly through its track. Slowing it a bit, or having a speed of execution control, could better show distinct operations, like "jump" and "light up" as two instructions.
Overall, though, thanks for an awesome app and learning tool.
The game is awesome but I really want more levels pls
i honestly hate this game alot
first of all
the tutorial is so unclear
i am trying to learn what coding is but this is just stupid
unclear directions and absolute garbage music
in the backround
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.