ARMADUS Video Game & Comic Series Live on Kickstarter

Our Mobile Game just launched on Kickstarter and is already building momentum with 26 backers in 2 days!

 

Wondering, what captivated the attention of our supporters? Our unique appeal includes an entertaining Sci-Fi storyline, incorporating components of Augmented Reality, and focusing on core computer science (STEM) skills, throughout the game and comic.

The only place where you will find an immersive Augmented Reality gaming experience that blends the worlds of science fiction and STEM. On the cusps of innovation and creativity, we desire to produce something new and exciting regarding education and the representation of STEM.

Become a backer by visiting our Kickstarter page to learn how we plan to do our part to save the future of STEM. Thank you in advance for supporting Team ARMADUS!

The programming challenges within Armadus are fun for anyone interested in puzzle solving and logical reasoning, but it has the added benefit of teaching coding concepts. You’ll start with the basics of functional programming to fix the machines around the Armadus, but by the end of the game you’ll have to use function calls, conditions, and even recursive calls to solve the challenges.
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Imagine you and your friend stranded on a strange planet and that being stranded is not the worst of your problems. The worst part is that the both of your parents, the ones you came in search of, are missing along with their crew. It’s up to the both of you to find them, but first you must repair the damaged spaceship.

Imagine no more. Welcome to ARMADUS!

Armadus is a programming-centric puzzle game with a sleek sci-fi aesthetic, leveraging Augmented Reality (AR) technologies in a novel way on both iOS and Android devices. Take control of young engineers Fernando and Andaiye as they explore the titular Armadus research station, bringing the station back online and solving the mystery of the sudden disappearance of its crew. The programming challenges within Armadus are fun for anyone interested in puzzle solving and logical reasoning, but it has the added benefit of teaching coding concepts.