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Build a Robot 3

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Apr 20, 2009 | 9:28 PM EDT

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Build a Robot 3 is finally here! This game has been a long long long time coming. But I think the wait has been worth it for the features that have been added.

** EDIT ** Build a Robot 3 has been nominated for an award from Nickelodeon and AddictingGames Please go here and vote for it to help promote the game!
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When you enter the game you will have tabs at the top of the screen. Select one and then click on a part in that window. After you add a few then click the close button and you can manipulate the parts you have chosen.

Be sure to use the background button on the tool bar if you don't like the background that is randomly chosen.

You can change the colors of your robot with the paint palette at the top of the screen as well.

After you are all done with your robot hit the "Save this robot" button to save it to the robot gallery on! Then you can rate robots in the gallery!

Then you can show your friends, make a series of robots to tell a story, take a screenshot of them and post them on other websites.

I think this is one of the most complex dressup games ever made, but for the end user it is quite intuitive so please let me know what you think and save your robots so everyone can enjoy them and rate them!

** Bug fixes ** I went through the game and fixed any issues that I found mainly with color of the parts not coming through to the database.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pure Nostalgic Exellence.

Oh man, did i feel a burst of nostalgy when i tried this masterpiece! It reminded me of a DOS game i cant remember its name though, but it was very much alike. Please keep on making these and ill be sure to check them out. Thank you!


Rated 3 / 5 stars

>:# Grrrrrrrr

I was having a good ol' time creating my robot (spent about 2 hours building a pretty sweet robot) when I decided to save. Little did I know that you had to have a profile on jacksmack in order to save. and when I clicked the register/login button. it cleared everything I had done.
...... In other words, it had to clear the work I had done in order to save it!?! WTH! I just wasted a bunch of time >:(

Besides that, It was a pretty fun game that will keep you occupied for a couple of hours.... unless you have A.D.D. (>_>)


Rated 4 / 5 stars


Hey shadowings (guy reviewed before me) I KNOW WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT. FUCK! I spent almost an HOUR fucking putting together this whole elaborate scene of two robots fucking, I put a lot of effort into it too. I click on 'save' then it takes me to some shit where I have to sign up for their site.. fine.. I really badly wanted to save it, so I pressed okay, then BAM my fucking robot gets deleted... wtf!?

Then after a bit, I realize it says, "my robots been saved, sign up to submit it" I did it, and then it submits a blank page.. with 1 arm on it, since I thought it was a glitch and inserted an arm to see if 'saving' it would work this time.

So yeah I am fucking pissed too. ha AND YES maybe I am over reacting. It was a very good game though, I will rate the GAME and not the fucking shit experience I had with the saving thing. It was a nice game, and I had fun, until the end :P


Rated 4 / 5 stars


I had fun putting together my robot but when i was done i couldn't save it. even after i made an account at it really pissed me off

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Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

All in all a decent game

This is a decent dress-up game. And very original. What I liked the most was the fact that you can flip, spin, and resize shapes; not to mention the large variety of body parts and misc items it had to offer. The recoloring and music were a good addition too. But what rreeeaaaaally nagged me was the style of art, the style itself was decent, but in my opinion it did not fit the format. I would have like a more 3D format, also shadows and reflections would be nice. But your the artist.

JackSmack responds:

I could have done the 3d stuff. But honestly I get more enjoyment out of something that you can tell someone had a hand in designing. With everything handled by the computer things are just to perfect sometimes so I like the 2d look. Besides if I had done 3d it might have been harder for people to see what I drew as a nose can be used as a foot if they want.