I am a sucker for a intelligent indie puzzler, so naturally Sushi for Robots appears to be like fairly good, would not it? It is a easy premise, the robots are obsessive about some sushi and you have to serve it to them by organising the bizarre conveyors they eat from. It’s going to launch in Spring of 2023, however we all know a bit about it now, and I like how that appears.
It is a solution-driven puzzle sport, one the place you employ the instruments accessible to you as a way to customise the end result: This one is stickers, which allow you to place new results on the board.
“It is truly a reasonably chill sport. You may at all times press reset and take a look at a distinct resolution,” says the outline.
Sushi For Robots can be mouse-based for accessibility, and can give attention to experimentation-based puzzling. That is a method extra acquainted to the Zachtronics (opens in new tab) faculty of design, the place there are numerous options to a given puzzle utilizing your instruments, a few of that are extra optimum than others—to me, at the very least, essentially the most satisfying form of puzzle.
Sushi for Robots is made by indie developer Luis Diaz Peralta (opens in new tab), alongside artwork and music contributions from just a few others, below the identify Ludipe & Buddies. You’ll find Sushi for Robots on Steam (opens in new tab), the place it plans to launch in Spring of 2023.
For extra video games like Sushi for Robots, it’s best to virtually certainly be taking part in Dorfromantik, the sport Wes Fenlon referred to as the “‘no ideas, simply vibes’ sport of the yr” (opens in new tab).
For those who want the cosy vibes, attempt one thing like A Little to the Left (opens in new tab). In case your pace is extra puzzling mysteries than mysterious puzzles, take a look at The Case of the Golden Idol (opens in new tab) or Unusual Horticulture (opens in new tab).
And, in fact, there’s very good puzzle sport Patrick’s Parabox. (opens in new tab)