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Showing a complete lack of respect for their human masters the robots have decided they no longer wish to do the dirty work for which they were created.
The rampaging rogue robots must be stopped.
Fortunately one robot has remained loyal.
You must guide this lone robo-ranger through 30 levels of metal-massacre.
Move with the WASD or arrow keys.
Aim and fire with the mouse.
Pause with SPACE or RETURN.
There's more detailed instructions in the game which can be summarised: "it's Robotron Jim, but not as we know it"
My motivation for doing this game was a desire to replicate/update the pixelated-explosions from the original Robotron: That's why it's on a plain black background 'cuz anything else diminishes the visual impact of the pixelation.
Other aspects of the game may have suffered due to my obsession with the pixelation-fx, in particular I feel it might be too difficult, but hey compared to the Robotron arcade game it's a piece of pie...
If anyone's interested in the music it's from the Psytrance-Brazil "Hyper Noise vs Dual Logic" album.
The menu tune is "Marsh Mission" which you can download from
http://www.mp3s.pl/mp3/Du al_Logic_Vs_Hyper_Noise/M arsh_Mission/682112,
The game tune is "Full Power" which you can download from http://www.mp3s.pl/mp3/Du al_Logic/Full_Power/68211 7
I've remixed them both a little bit to better fit my sfx so they sound slightly different from the originals - most noticibly the menu tune "Marsh Mission" has been pitched-down 5 semitones, making it a lot slower and deeper - I actually prefer it like that now.