Jason (jcreed) wrote,

Got a copy of Zachtronics's "Shenzhen I/O", which is basically TIS-100 with better production values, and another layer of puzzle-solving - now you have to layout circuits yourself. Plus there's various different inter-component communication methods, and more external gadgets. Super fun.
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