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bitcubs Keep Bitmond City From Going Bankrupt
About bitcubs Animated Cartoon Characters
The bitcubs are an international software development team comprised of animal cubs that live at the Bitmond zoo. Governor Carena of Bitginia summons the bitcubs at night to fix broken code and thwart the evil lord Bugnacious.
Watch As The bitcubs Drama Unfolds
Follow along as bitcubs Pia, Ranna, and Salwa use their tools to help stomp out evil Bugnacious and his attack on the ATM in Bitmond City.
Bug Stomp Bad Code
The bitcubs have until 6am tomorrow morning to fix the code that will stop Bugnacious from stealing all the money kept inside the Bitmond City ATM.
Meet The Tools of bitcubs
Meet The Tools of bitcubs
- Curly Brace Twins: Open Curly and Close Curly
- Ida If
- Larry Loop
- Billy Break
- Negative "Not!" Nelly
- Sleepy "Sleep" Sam
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