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Cargo-Bot: The First iPad Game Ever To Be Programmed Entirely On iPad [VIDEO]

by on April 23rd, 2012

Folks at Two Lives Left have become the first to release an iPad game on the App Store which has been developed entirely on the iPad itself using Codea, an iPad app for rapidly creating games and simulations (available free on App Store). It’s called the Cargo-Bot, a puzzle game where you teach a robot how to move crates. The game features 36 puzzles, some great music and Retina optimized graphics. You can even record your solutions and share them on YouTube to show your friends.

According to the press release:

Two Lives Left and Rui Viana have released Cargo-Bot, a puzzle game where the player commands a robot to sort crates. Cargo-Bot presents players with fiendishly clever puzzles and features stunning retina graphics. It is available for free on the App Store.

Cargo-Bot was programmed entirely on iPad using Codea, a touch-based programming app for iPad created by Two Lives Left.

It’s the first game of its kind, prototyped, programmed and polished on iPad.

Best of all, the Cargo-Bot is available for free in the App Store. Here is the link:

Check out the video demo:

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