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Human Resource Machine
7 Billion Humans
Factorio (not really, but kinda)
Advent of Code
Check out Exapunks
Screeps – [https://store.steampowered.com/app/464350/Screeps_World/](https://store.steampowered.com/app/464350/Screeps_World/)
Gladiabots – [https://store.steampowered.com/app/871930/GLADIABOTS__AI_Combat_Arena/](https://store.steampowered.com/app/871930/GLADIABOTS__AI_Combat_Arena/)
Codingame : https://codingame.com
Robocode : https://robocode.sourceforge.io
Code Combat https://codecombat.com/
My job. If I can get the computer to do the thing on my story card I get story points.
I really like “COLOBOT”
Turing Complete (currently in Steam early access, but it’s in a pretty good state) goes a bit further than just programming: you build a whole 8-bit computer architecture from the ground up in small steps, create your own instructions and assembly, then complete a number of programming challenges with your self-made assembly.
Check out the poster’s history. He’s just some kind karma farmer. Maybe prepping an account to sell it?
Surprised to see no mention of [`while True: learn()`](https://store.steampowered.com/app/619150/while_True_learn/).
Final Fantasy XII (Gambits system)
Program tanks and battle against others.
Shenzhen I/O is my favorite. It even have pdf docs that you need to RTFM.
The only rule of play, never look solution in internet / steam guides.
One instruction esolang
Disclaimer: I made the game
not exactly “coding” but using the same type of muscles
Automachef is more involved that you’d think
Big Pharma is just about efficient pipelines
Coding sites like leetcode have leaderboards. Would that count?
Also check out Microsoft Excel Esports
Screeps is an mmo that stands for scripted creeps. Multi player game where you automate and program creeps.
[Deadeye Deepfake Simulacrum](https://store.steampowered.com/app/1545990/Deadeye_Deepfake_Simulacrum/). It has a free demo!
An older one, but Colobot was a fun game and is now free.
http://www.lisperati.com/data.html is a text based adventure that you play by typing Lisp forms at the REPL
There’s a little game in for mobiles called brain.code and it’s pretty entertaining you should try it.[brain.code](https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kk.braincode)
Any Minecraft modpack, especially with Applied Energistic. I cannot stress enough how this mod is incredible. Setting up various networks really feels like coding/engineering.
Also, [https://leekwars.com/](https://leekwars.com/), where you make leeks fight by writing their AIs.
Code combat is a lot of fun, to learn Python or Java
Turing Complete. In it, you build an entire computer switch by switch, eventually writing your own assembly language and using it to solve challenges.
I’ve asked the same thing, and you might like modding games. You just add onto what you already like with your own spin. Minecraft, Rust, Stardew, roblox even. Might sound dumb but worth a shot 🙂
This is more hardware design, but MHRD lets you create your own CPU. It’s loosely based on the https://www.nand2tetris.org/ courses.
Kano makes DIY projects for people interested in learning about computers and programming. If you have a Raspberry Pi you can install their OS which has a “coding rpg” built in. My little sister got the “build your own tablet” kit a few Christmases ago and I was very interested seeing this in action!