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Robot got a kitty, now he needs its help to get a puppy! Why not? Explore and collect powerups to expand Kitty's abilities.
Arrow keys move and jump
X employs Kitty's assistance (need a powerup first)
ESC to save & exit
P to pause
0 to mute
- and + to adjust volume
Special trick: on the Awards screen, press A while B is held down to erase your awards and start over.
Lazy makes review #2
Yeah, I'm reviewing these Robot Wants games in order. Why not?
Robot has Kitty. Robot wants Puppy. Okay, sure. Second game in the series, with the added use of a cat as a projectile. I seem to recall some people - around the time I first played this game - complaining about the problems of using the Kitty. This is something people have to get use to in their gameplay. Namely, challenges. It's the same kind of game with a few differences, all for the express purpose of getting a Puppy. If you like the first, the second shouldn't be all that troublesome. (I beat it, so it must be okay.)
*Slaps down a fiver and gets moving*
I hate my computer,
ok, I can't play Fishy or Ice Cream, but I can play this one, (weepingly) and i beat this one already D*:
love the series so fun
It was a great game and I am looking forward to playing the others now. I enjoyed it a lot more than the first one. Although I am a little confused on the part with the smiley face that is unreachable because of electricity
Great game. Can't wait for another sequel.
"Robot Wants Velociraptor" is a game I could get behind.
Two complaints: Had a few "BULLSHIT!" moments, so named because that's what you exclaim when they happen thanks to faulty hitboxes and super-close electricity beams, and the ending was a bit of a buzzkill.
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