Robot Arena is a programming game for the Research Machines 380Z released by Software Production Associates, priced £29. The aim of the game is to design a program in the Logo-like ROBOL programming language to control a virtual robot. Robot Arena was marketed as an educational game and supplied with a teachers' booklet and pupils' user guide.

References

  1. Sharpe, Mike. "Shape up." The Times Educational Supplement 3675 (5 Dec 1986): 31.