ThinkFun Robot Turtles Board Game

ThinkFun Robot Turtles Board Game It&39;s no surprise that Robot Turtles is to date the most backed board game in Kick starter history- it cleverly teaches pre-schoolers 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&39;s not your typical board game Naturally there are rules you have to follow and there&39;s a beginning and an end but there&39;s no single winner In Robot Turtles everyone plays to get their Turtle to the matching Jewel It doesn&39;t matter who gets there first everyone can win It&39;s not about competition but about having fun AND-shhhh don&39;t tell the kids-learning 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 The recent changes in the UK National Curriculum mean that Children will have to learn basic computer programming at Primary school - Robot Turtles gives your little Turtle Masters the opportunity to learn basic coding in a fun way - without parents needing a background in computing to help them! Players dictate the movements of their Robot Turtle tokens on a game board by playing Code Cards Forward Left and Right When a player&39;s Robot Turtle reaches a jewel they win! If they make a mistake they can use a Bug Card to undo a move The game has many levels so as the players advance they will encounter obstacles like Ice Walls and use more complex Code Cards (like lasers to melt the walls) Play continues until all players collect a jewel so everyone wins Beginner to Advanced levels will make it a family favorite for many years It includes a large Game Board 40 Tiles 4 Robot Turtle Tiles 4 Jewel Tiles 4 Code Card Decks (45 cards in each deck) and instructions 2-5 players can play at once and everyone who gets the Robot Jewel wins Teach Children as young as 4 the basics of computer programmingAs children gain confidence they can go on to more &39;unlockable&39;No reading required and it takes seconds to learn how to playEducational game designed to be played with parents or an older siblingTeaches skills required by the new National Curriculum
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