Single Bot

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A singlebot, sometimes abbreviated as SB, is any bot made of a single cell unconnected to other cells by permanent ties.


This is a typical Singlebot. Note the lack of permanent connective ties. It eats, lives, reproduces and dies entirely independantly (or mostly independantly) of other cells.

Singlebot Advantages

Singlebots are much simpler to program than multibots. They are also significantly more maneuverable. An SB that uses ties does so primarily to feed from other bots. While feeding SBs can become [MBs > Manual.Concepts.multibots] but revert to SB status once feeding is complete.


When the DB planet had just cooled and had liqiud water the first SB evolved. From that day it have kept evolving into all the species we see today