Robomind is a simple program with its own scripting language allowing you to control a robot on screen. Released in 2005, Robomind is very similar to logo when used at a basic level, but is a good tool to introduce more complex areas like artificial intelligence too.
Community made resources are hard to come by and the Robomind website itself is not much better. There is an education section that contains a few tasks, but that is about it.
The more advanced syntax can be a little complicated for KS2 use. However, the ability to be able to design your own maps in notepad is a nice addition.
Robomind is able to run on Mac OS and Windows. Both are now running version 3.0 so they should perform the same, however I haven’t tested version 3.0 on the Mac yet and previously there was a notable performance decline compared to the Windows version. Hopefully these problems do not exist now with the new version.
Overall it is a good program, and still receives regular updates, but more content to help in the classroom would be useful.