Xemo: Robot Simulation
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Xemo is a physics-based simulation of a humanoid robot. High detailed graphics and a refined user interface allow you to quickly create new robot motions such as crouching, crawling, jumping, rolling, walking and climbing. Combine your motions in a control sequence to solve the game's challenging obstacle courses. Compete against your friends and rivals to move to the top of the leader board for each level. You are rewarded for sharing motions with the Xemo community, and can continue to improve your robot's performance using better, faster and more efficient motions. How fast and agile is your robot? Play Xemo and discover just how good you are.
This simulation game Includes:
The Xemo robot - with 13 joints with a total of 24 DoF (Degrees of freedom)
Integrated rigid-body physics simulation
The Robot Lab where you create new robot motions
The Challenge Floor where you compete with your robot
The Pattern Editor, which you use to edit your robot
The Gravity Well, to suspend and position the robot in mid-air
The Joint Editor, used to adjust the robots ankle, knee, hip, abs, shoulder, elbow and neck joints
The Spring Editor, used to set the speed and strength of each joint
The Balance Controller, used to add automatic 1-foot balancing control
Environment and machine sound effects
Early Access
Come and join us to help shape the future of Xemo! We need your help. This first version of the game includes the motion pattern editor, the motion sequencer, fully functional bipedal robot and three game challenge levels. Our plan is to release a new version every month over the next year, with these features planned:
Motion sharing through the Xemo game server
Motion Sequencer finite state machine that lets the player create complex motion sensing and control
Leader boards - one per level
Ghost recording and sharing (allow in-game playback of other player's motion recordings)
More challenge levels (added each month)
Evolution engine for evolving complex robot motion behaviors
Learning Guides for classroom use
Xemo.tv public website for playback of the best robot moves created by the community
Player Scripting (Lua/Moon#) interface through XemoAPI for direct robot control. VS Code debugger integration
Data capture, export and plotting of robot motion (joint trajectories, center of mass, rigid body position, acceleration, rotation)
Robot skins and colorization
A quadruped (four legged) robot
Cool ideas for expansion from the community from players like you!

SYSTEM REQUIREMENT

Minimum:OS: Windows 7
Processor: Intel i3
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: Onboard GPU (Intel, NVidia, AMD)
DirectX: Version 9.0
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 500 MB available space
Sound Card: Any
Recommended:OS: Windows 10
Processor: Intel i5
Memory: 8 GB RAM
Graphics: NVidia 900 series or better
DirectX: Version 10
Network: Broadband Internet connection
Storage: 500 MB available space
Sound Card: Any

Xemo is a physics-based simulation of a humanoid robot. Highly detailed graphics and a refined user interface allow you to quickly create new robot motions such as crouching, crawling, jumping, rolling, walking and climbing. Combine motions in a sequence to solve the game's obstacle courses.
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Steam score: 68%
Languages: English
Developer: Xemory LLC
Publisher: Xemory LLC
GAME FEATURES
Single-player
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