Robot Turtles is the most-backed board game in Kickstarter history It sneakily teaches programming fundamentals to kids ages 4 and up Inspired by the Logo programming language, the game lets kids write programs with playing cards For 2-5 players Invented by Dan Shapiro and seen on NPR, Bloomberg, Make: Magazine, Boing boing, TechCrunch, Reddit, Geekmom, Geekdad and more Two words: Robot Turtles. This game teaches kids 4 the ins and outs of programming in a fun, tactile game. Perfect for 2-5 players, this game has levels of increasing difficulty, introducing obstacles and more complex Code Cards. Beginner to Advanced levels will make it a family favorite for many years!
SHORT REVIEWIn just a short while, Robot Turtles has become my son's favorite board game. That's saying quite a lot, as our collection of games runs across the tops of half a dozen bookcases and stretches almost to the ceiling.—NOT-SO-SHORT REVIEWSince I won’t be explaining how to play Robot Turtles, I wonder if some of my comments below might make more sense after skimming through the rule book: ...SETUP (2 out of 5)This was my least favorite part of t..