Bots Are Stupid Next Month

Developer Leander Edler-Golla and publisher Yogscast Games announce Bots Are Stupid will arrive on December 15th for Windows, macOS, and Linux on Steam. Described as an "ultra-precise" 2D platformer, rather than offering direct control, it requires players to program bots to traverse its levels. Helpfully, there's a playable demo so players can experience how this works firsthand. There's also a new Release Date Trailer with a look. Here's more:
Bots Are Stupid takes the 2D precision platformer genre and populates it with an infinite supply of stupid robots and innovative instruction-based control method. Use the game’s simple programming language to teach your bots how to use grappling hooks, navigate speed boosts and more to reach the exit, then watch as they follow your direct instructions, often dying in the process.

Master the campaign levels or create and share your own with a sophisticated level editor. Create outrageous courses and devise dastardly challenges for players to overcome, before showing them how it's done with downloadable replays.