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What's new in this version (2.0):
Change drawing routines to support all screen sizes.
Fixed problems with AUX registers above 4.
Have fun while learning how to program!
Citizens of the Galaxy! The end of War and poverty is upon us. The Prodigal Devourers are extinct and the Shared Blessings of the galaxy are once again, ours.
With the end of the Great Abstracted War, the Union of Empathy and Quintessence designated an enormous amount of military robots as surplus. The Union authorized demilitarization and re-utilization of many robots and other surplus equipment.
The Coalition for Expanded Knowledge (an official Public Trust recognized by the Union), constructed a Robot Proving Ground for All magnanimous Citizens of the Galaxy.
Each arena on The 'Proving Grounds' has a field and a mainframe computer. The mainframe controls the game. The mainframe will transmit a view of the action to your access device.
The mainframe can also attach to each robot allowing you to debug and edit your code while the game is playing. Through the mainframe you can play, pause, and code.
The mainframe can step the game. When stepping, the game pauses after each robot has executed one line of code.
In a test arena, the mainframe can also update each robot's code in real-time. This is how you develop your team of robots!
While in a game, touch your access device, to display the mainframe control panel. With the mainframe control panel, you can adjust the game speed, pause or play the game (step or run), select the robot being developed, and bring up a robot's code.