Everyone who’s ever seen or used a computer has wondered, at some point or another, how exactly computers do all the computery things they do. As of right now, you may know exactly how all of this works, but for those of us who don’t, Important Little Games has the answer: Magic. Plain and simple, computers run on raw, unfiltered, sparkly-ass magic juice, and we all know it. Codemancer, a handy little game that’s recently passed its funding goal (by quite a bit), has one goal in mind: teach you how to wield that magic in a fun and highly educational way.
If you’d like to see this become a reality… Well, good, because it’s passed its initial development goal and the first stretch goal is on the horizon. Following its impending release, Codemancer will be available on PC, Mac, iPad, and Android tablets, and a stretch goals set at $30,000 will transfer your in-game skills to a real programming language.
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