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Mar 23, 2011 | 6:55 AM EDT

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RoboSockets is a juicy mix of tetris, pipes and match 3 game mechanics resulting in the truly unique gameplay. It's as simple as genius and brings a breath of fresh air to the tried bejeweled-type games. Apart from introducing brand new gameplay, RoboSockets boasts of classic for a quality title virtues: cheerful UI, intense graphics and a vast replayability potential.

Full version of RoboSockets is available for iPhone and iPod touch at iTunes App Store. Full version includes: unlockable facts of RoboCivilization, Facebook integration, more game modes including story mode, Retina display support, global achievements package and regular updates: http://itunes.apple.com/u s/app/robosockets/id39176 1754?mt=8
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Direct robots to connect to each other with their hands/sockets and create chains of 5 or more robots. Each chain gives you energy needed to restore the planet's functionality and revive the RoboCivilization.

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TomaTeTomaTe

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 23, 2011

@Sendmeback

i had the same problem, i was going to report him about this but you already did that

still a great game, really cool..


tatemgames responds:

Thank you TomaTe and Sendmeback for comments, we've already fixed the bugs and now are looking on how to upload the update. If you know the answer, let us know!:)


SendmebackSendmeback

Rated 5 / 5 stars March 23, 2011

great

Very entertaining game. I just want to tell you I found a bug or glitch, I crashed your game by holding down mouse button for directing the drill and went off screen with my cursor causing the game to freeze. The energy bar kept filling and this ended my game, but it did not come back to normal. I managed to do it twice, second time was not the drill, a common "robot". Im using firefox.