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Be a part of the Creation of Algo-Bot, our latest, Bestest game ever

Wednesday, January 15th, 2014

algobot_kickstarter_iconToday we launched Algo-Bot on Kickstarter!

After months of waiting, Kickstarter finally allowed us to press the green button that will make our project live. We can’t wait to find people to share our dream with.

As some of you probably know, Algo-Bot is a game related to programming logic. In this game you solve problems using coding basics. Enough talking! We warmly invite you to have a look at our Kickstarter page and find the pledge that suits you  best. 

Not everyone is familiar with Kickstarter. To make it short, Kickstarter is a crowd-funding platform in which you can pre-order a product at a lower price than you would pay once the product is widely available. It also allows backers to play a much bigger role in the creation process. Backers are literally helping someone create their dream and each dollar is a vote of confidence that someone believes in your project. When you pledge money for a Kickstarter project, the money doesn’t leave your bank account until the project is successfully funded.

Now you know everything about Algo-Bot and Kickstarter, so, it’s up to you to help us make our dream come true. 

To finish this post, I’d like to thank our beloved Team who helped creating this amazing Kickstarter page. Thank you!

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PS: If I were you, I’ll back for the Unicorn version ;) Come on! U-NI-CORN, U-NI-CORN *-*

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Fishing Cactus at Casual Connect Kiev 2013

Friday, October 18th, 2013

badge_indieprizeIn exactly one week, Fishing Cactus will attend to Indie Prize Showcase with Algo-Bot in its pocket.

The Indie Prize Showcase will take place at Casual Connect Kyiv on October 23-25, 2013 with something like 850 industry professionals attending the event. Over 25 indie game development teams will be showcasing their games and two of them will win prizes awards from the showcase sponsors and Indie Prize committee.

I have the Conference content just in front of me and judging by what I read it’s gonna be very interesting and… Oh waww Fishing Cactus is a speaker!  “Algo-Bot: How Coding Can Be Fun” … wait! What?! Coding can be fun. Can coding really be fun? Of course it can and we will show you how we managed to do that :-) So, be sure to be at Casual Connect the 25 October at 10:30 to hear our Guillaume telling you how difficult it is to make a learning game without being boring.

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Also, you are warmly invited to read the article about the development of Algo-Bot  that we wrote for the occasion on Gamesauce.org. You will notice that this game taught us way more than concepts of programming.

All this blabla brings us to the most important thing about this event: What can we eat in Ukraine?