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[[Color Robot Battle]] was a commercial game for the Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer, designed and written by Glenn Sogge and Del Ogren.
 
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Welcome to the Programming Games Wiki, a community site for programming game addicts. In a programming game players write programs to compete against each other. Feel free to add anything on-topic or just chat about the games on the discussion pages.

Featured Programming Games

Robotwar.jpg

RobotWar was the first commercial programming game, originally written by Silas Warner for PLATO. In 1981 RobotWar was published for the Apple II by MUSE Software.

Omega.jpg

OMEGA was a commercial game for the Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64 and PC. OMEGA was designed by Stuart Marks and published by Origin Systems in 1989.

Corewar.jpg

Core War was introduced by A. K. Dewdney in Scientific American. The game Dewdney described has since been extended and implemented on a number of systems.

Color robot battle.jpg

Color Robot Battle was a commercial game for the Tandy TRS-80 Color Computer, designed and written by Glenn Sogge and Del Ogren.

Box256.png

BOX-256 is a 2016 programming game by Juha Kiili, playered by writing short assembly programs to pass a series of tests.

Programming Games Timeline

1961

  • The earlier known programming games is Darwin, played on an IBM 7090 mainframe at Bell Labs.

1968

  • The earliest reference to Core War, 15 years before the version invented by A. K. Dewdney.

1970s

  • Silas Warner's first version of RobotWar on the PLATO system.

1980

  • RobotWar was released for the Apple II by MUSE Software.

1981

1982

1983

  • Robot was released for the Sol-20 computer.
  • Arena was published in the book Advanced Programming for the 16K ZX81 by Mike Costello.
  • Combots

1984

  • Modern Core War was introduced by A K Dewdney in Scientific American.
  • DROID was developed at Reichhold Chemicals as a teaching aid.
  • Robot Odyssey was release by The Learning Company for the PC, Apple II and TRS-80 Color Computer.
  • ChipWits

1985

  • CROBOTS was published as shareware by Tom Poindexter.
  • ARENA was released as shareware by Richard Brown.
  • Robot Arena was published for the RM 380Z series of computers by SPA Publishing.

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