Quadrilateral Cowboy arms you with programming

11:00 PM on 02.05.2013

Patrick Hancock

Contributor

A new title from Blendo Games

Blendo Games, the developers behind Thirty Flights of Loving and Gravity Bone, have released a video for their upcoming project, Quadrilateral Cowboy. Besides having one of the best titles ever, Quadrilateral Cowboy is a game about using programming code to hack and solve puzzles. I would doubt that any previous knowledge of programming is required, though only time will tell.

The possibilities seem almost endless when it comes to puzzle solving of this nature. There are usually a ton of different ways to execute the same code, so it will be up to the player to get creative. Quadrilateral Cowboy is set to release sometime this year, and I can't wait!

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