Let's have fun with code. See what our very smart—and very useless—robots have in store for you.
Pick a prompt, view the README, fork the code, and start writing!
We'd love to see what you can do. Show us in the GitHub Community Forum.
A different color with every ping
APIs and drum machines: together at last
A nonstop stream of coordinates
Directbot just tells you where to go. Will you follow?
Programming puzzles to keep you fizzy and sharp
We've got you covered. Find tips, tricks, starter code, and suggested libraries in our Starters repository.
The Mazebot sends you mazes; solve them with an software or WASD
Polybot sends you polygons from 3 sides to 72 sides (a heptacontakaidigon!).
You'll need to be clever to cut characters. Round one starts with 256 characters
Cameras, microphones, inertia—what can you do with your device's sensors?
These little critters have a mind of their own. Conway's game of life, come to life
From easy to tricky, encryption riddles for you to solve
A different set of words with every request—all 171,476 in the English language
You're in a maze without a map...a cave. Can you find the path?
This API sends you lists to sort...for all sorts of organized fun
Melodybot brings a little swing to Drumbot's steady beat
Show what you've learned in this interview for Director of Uselessness at Noop, Inc.
Time to put it all together! Combine any two Noops to create a new challenge.
We've done a lot of nothing in this last year, and now it's time to chart it.
Your turn. What challenges would you like to see?
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