Rating: 6.6 Good
Popularity:2
Difficulty:Very easy
Year:2013
Players: 2-5 players
Playing time: 15 minutes
Age:4+

Official Site: Robot Turtles Home Page


Created by: Dan Shapiro

Published by: (Self-Published), ThinkFun

Description:

Robot Turtles sneakily teaches preschoolers the fundamentals of computer programming while providing lots of fun and silliness. It takes seconds to learn, minutes to play, and provides endless learning opportunities.

One thing you should know from the start is that it's not your typical board game. Sure, there are rules you have to follow and there's a beginning and an end, but there's no single winner.

In Robot Turtles, everyone plays to get their Turtle to the matching Jewel. It doesn't matter who gets there first, everyone can win. It's not about competition, but about having fun AND-shhhh, don't tell the kids-learning.

And let's not forget the BEST part! For a successful game kids should play with an adult or an experienced Robot Turtles player. Why is this so great?

We've written the rules so the kids get to boss the grownups around while watching them make goofy turtle beeps and boops and zaps!

The inventor of Robot Turtles, Dan Shapiro, is a programmer and a dad. He came up with Robot Turtles to give his kids what he feels is the single greatest superpower- the skill of programming.

He created the game just like a video game with cool obstacles and powers that you can unlock along the way-this keeps the game fresh and the learning endless. We know you'll have fun!

Prices:
Retail Price:$20
Amazon:$11
Ebay:$26
Expansions:
Robot Turtles Adventure Pack


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