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Human Resource Machine on iOS (iPhone / iPad) - 79p down from £3.99 - helps to teach programming
Human Resource Machine on iOS (iPhone / iPad) - 79p down from £3.99 - helps to teach programming

Human Resource Machine on iOS (iPhone / iPad) - 79p down from £3.99 - helps to teach programming

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Great app at a bargain price! Gets great reviews on both iOS and steam

Human Resource Machine is a puzzle game. In each level, your boss gives you a job. Automate it by programming your little office worker! If you succeed, you'll be promoted up to the next level for another year of work in the vast office building. Congratulations!
Don't worry if you've never programmed before - programming is just puzzle solving. If you strip away all the 1's and 0's and scary squiggly brackets, programming is actually simple, logical, beautiful, and something that anyone can understand and have fun with!

17 Comments

Great game.

Just had a go; quite a cool little game! Great price too.

Oh man, it gets really tough past level 12! Great little puzzler that requires some logic to complete

anyone who already knows how to program (or much about technology / value for money) will have an Android. that's why this isn't on the Play store.

How does that make this a deal?

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santino1581

How does that make this a deal?



I'm sorry is 80% off RRP not a deal for you?

Great game. A few tough logic puzzles and a great intro to some basic programming concepts (but don't let that put you off)

maltikism

anyone who already knows how to program (or much about technology / value … anyone who already knows how to program (or much about technology / value for money) will have an Android. that's why this isn't on the Play store.



Spend all day programming at work, thats why I can't be bothered faffing about with Android

gb1999

I'm sorry is 80% off RRP not a deal for you?



Sorry I was replying to the android fan boy above and must not have worked on my phone

mrspoons

Spend all day programming at work, thats why I can't be bothered faffing … Spend all day programming at work, thats why I can't be bothered faffing about with Android


Shame that Android doesn't help you to learn how to use capital letters.

maltikism

anyone who already knows how to program (or much about technology / value … anyone who already knows how to program (or much about technology / value for money) will have an Android. that's why this isn't on the Play store.



I have been a professional systems developer for 25 years and I have had an iphone since they came out.
Of my programming team 6 have androids and 5 have iphones.
The higher paid developers have iphones.

Tried android once and hated it.
Edited by: "ZapGod" 1st Sep 2016

Great game, but please don't learn programming from it - it's basically a visual form of BASIC language, with loops and jumps, not really good coding practice anymore for anything serious.

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santino1581

Sorry I was replying to the android fan boy above and must not have … Sorry I was replying to the android fan boy above and must not have worked on my phone



Ah Ok thanks for clarifying

ZapGod

I have been a professional systems developer for 25 years and I have had … I have been a professional systems developer for 25 years and I have had an iphone since they came out.Of my programming team 6 have androids and 5 have iphones.The higher paid developers have iphones.Tried android once and hated it.



Yet you can still be baited on Internet forums?

ZapGod

I have been a professional systems developer for 25 years and I have had … I have been a professional systems developer for 25 years and I have had an iphone since they came out.Of my programming team 6 have androids and 5 have iphones.The higher paid developers have iphones.Tried android once and hated it.



​you tried an OS once (probably version 1), then decided it's never worth using? you must be a terrible developer then.

santino1581

Sorry I was replying to the android fan boy above and must not have … Sorry I was replying to the android fan boy above and must not have worked on my phone



the ​android app actually lets you reply to the right comment.

maltikism

​you tried an OS once (probably version 1), then decided it's never worth … ​you tried an OS once (probably version 1), then decided it's never worth using? you must be a terrible developer then.



I went from an iphone 3gs to a Samsung S3 running whatever version of android was about at that time. Used it for about a year with and without Samsungs appalling Touch Whizz interface.

A value judgement about my skills as a developer would be wrong for me to make as I am obviously biased.
However, I am currently the highest paid developer in my organisation which employs several hundred technical staff and also in charge of a small team there.

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