We'll pretend it's finished.
And that we know how to program robots in game.

I've decided not to use CC licence this time (It's written that it shouldn't be used for software) so I choose you Apache 2.0
I'm not familiar with Apache so if you want some right that outside Apache licence contact me and I might give you right.
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"And that we know how to program robots in game." Game programming is all smoke n' mirrors. :)

You may want to try to explain a bit more about how you are supposed to play the game. I read the README but I must admit I got a bit lost in the detail. I understand I need to program the robot to do something but some examples of what to do would go a long way!

paulpaterson: You may load examples and run them.
I'd love to play this game, but it's completely incomprehensible. Can you please post a very straightforward explanation of what I'm supposed to do? I don't know how to load examples and run them, or even what that means exactly. I can move the guy over to the target thing, but none of the other keys mentioned in the readme seem to do anything. If you can't give me a better idea of what to do, I think I'll have to mark this DNW (does not work).