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.
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This game is too hard to finish
It was so easy before but now I am stuck on level 05 I am
Trying to make my mom and dad help me but my mom and
Dad are too busy working but I’m trying my best to finish
i liked it
i mean i see people being like “too hard!! couldn’t get past ___ level!!!” well then you should try lots of different possibilities. i solved the whole thing in a little less than half an hour, and it was rly cutesy. i’m 15, so i’m a little ahead in the brain, but i do recommend the earlier stages to younger kids. however, i saw one review of a 27 year old who didn’t understand the P1 part? it’s unnecessary to leave a bad review just because you’re not smart. i understand it perfectly fine dude, and i’m half your age. maybe you should try a little harder. anyways, the loops are also generally easy. whenever i found myself being redundant in my codes, the game wouldn’t fit it, telling me there was a more efficient and logical solution to the problem. helped me cut off excess codes i didn’t need and use my mind for problem solving. the game was really simple but also tested your intelligence (SO MAYBE DONT LET YOUR FIVE YEAR OLD PLAY IT) and really worked my mind - even if it was just a little jog of exercise and not a full workout for my brain. it was a good break from the stress of school. personally, i liked it :)
This game is pretty cool and all and I do recommend anybody downloading this for the kids and it’s pretty fun and I just started playing it for like 10 minutes and I’m already on level two and stage Five and it’s pretty hard on that level and I couldn’t complete it in anyway because my storage is always before and couldn’t add anything else and I didn’t really learn anything from this since it was just you do it with your own strategy so I’m just gonna give you things you can use in the coding I’m not gonna teach you could do this to do It’s like if you do this wrong figure it out yourself go tell your momBut it is pretty cool and I like using it and it is hardSo I don’t recommend This game for any five and under girls since it’s really hard I’m already almost 9 and I still can’t figure out level two stage 5
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.