Solve puzzles by graphically programming machines and stretch your mind! Snap together instructions to make programs that tick like swiss army knives! During a solar storm, the machines of Fabrique have stopped working and there's no one left in the city who knows how they work. Without the machines, Fabrique is cold and dark and the citizens suffer. One day, the Machinist arrives and starts repairing the machines by fixing their programs. You can be that Machinist! You'll learn programming/coding principles like operations, loops, conditionals and events - all by playing a fun and challenging game. The language that runs the world is the languages of programming - even if you don't intend to become a programmer, this will help you understand what programs actually are. The game teaches kids (ages 10 and up) - and adults - to write code in small entertaining steps. Prolongs onset of alzheimer's, especially if you’re 10.

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My Graphics Guy (Patrick Thompson) sent me an some graphics for machine parts for a number of components that I want for my game (claw, hopper, pusher and dispenser).

It's an amazing feeling to send off a request describing some bitmaps you want for your game and getting something back that makes your game look much better than it did before. My programmer art is terrible...

The Story - So Far

The Story - So Far

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Creating entry in indiedb for Machinist-Fabrique and the story about how Machinist-Fabrique got started and where we are right now.

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franbelle
franbelle - - 152 comments

Since the author doesn't care advertising his own product, here it is :
Learntocode.biz

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franbelle
franbelle - - 152 comments

Would be nice to know some details regarding the distribution method (DRM-free ? Portable ?) if not to much to ask ?

Some precision regarding possibility of translation into other languages would be fine also.

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Majnun
Majnun - - 2 comments

Is this still coming out?

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Kuznetsovsky
Kuznetsovsky - - 284 comments

Impressive. It looks addictive and interesting.

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mattiasfagerlund Creator
mattiasfagerlund - - 3 comments

I definitely hope so!

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bselvar_us
bselvar_us - - 1 comments

Found through TIG Forums, looks fun, keep up the work!

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EvilizedProductions
EvilizedProductions - - 167 comments

Tweeted this to my followers! good luck!

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mattiasfagerlund Creator
mattiasfagerlund - - 3 comments

Thanks!

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