Bitschubser is a "visual coding" game teaching you how to program in a playful way. It was developed at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) to celebrate 50 years of computer science in Munich.
A Serious Game about Programming: The University wanted a game for the celebration of 50 years of computer science in Munich. We decided to implement a serious game that introduces people to programming. So we designed the little robot Schubsi, our little companion who wants to solve programming tasks to earn stars. In the game, you help Schubsi to solve challenging tasks. In each level, you have different instructions at your disposal. Combine them into a program, which Schubsi then executes.
Help Schubsi: Each level is based on a room with two conveyor belts. Your task is to give Schubsi the right commands to transport the collection of boxes to the output conveyor in the correct order. In later levels, you will also have additional features such as buffer storage at your disposal. There are over 30 increasingly difficult levels that you can solve together with Schubsi. The tasks require simple logic as well as complex loops, caching, and calculations. From simple sorting to division and complex calculations, we included many programming challenges for you. Will you solve all the tasks correctly?
Test your skills in over 25 different levels – Learn the basics of programming in a playful way – Compete with your friends in a high-score list.