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[DEMO] 'Programming' puzzle game inspired by Tis-100 and Spacechem

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EDIT: New version released 19/10/2016 fixing some bugs and graphic changes. Enjoy clear.png:)

 

Hey, I am new in this forum:

I am developing this puzzle game: The Chromatic Supercomputer, and I will soon (next weeks) submit it to Greenlight. Tell me what you think!

In this game you write a program using blocks and circuit segments as code. It is like a visual way of assembly, but you need no programming background. You work with numbers and pixels. Puzzles are designed to be hard, they are open ended (which mean hundreds of solutions per level are possible), and you will need a great deal of creativity and logical thinking to solve them:
Tell me what you think.

 

Here is the demo:

https://www.dropbox.com/s/fs2i8d8t4nsz0h3/The_Chromatic_Supercomputer_Demo.exe?dl=0

 

Videos:

 

 

Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/ChromaSupercomputer/

[twitter]@izarrk[/twitter]

 

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