Igor Ostrovsky on May 1st, 2009

It took significantly longer than I expected, but the RoboZZle demo video is finally on YouTube. The video made the reddit front page, so you can read the usual mixture of insightful, funny, and outright insane comments on the reddit page and the YouTube page. My favorite funny comment is this one: And finally, this is […]

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Igor Ostrovsky on March 23rd, 2009

It’s now been a month since I launched RoboZZle, so it is a good time to reflect on how things went so far. It has been a great experience, and the project took up all of my free time and then some. For fun, I’ll discuss different aspects of RoboZZle and assign each a letter […]

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Igor Ostrovsky on February 22nd, 2009

After about 3 months of evening coding, the game that I’ve been working on is now live. RoboZZle is an online puzzle game that challenges you to program a robot to pick up all stars on a game board. The game mechanics are simple, yet allow for a wide variety of challenges that call for […]

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