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Help R0B3R7 complete the puzzles and escape each level. The game has 20 levels and also a level editor that you can use to make your own. I made this game for both Robot Day 2012 and Stencyl Jam.
Move -- Arrow Keys
Use Powerups -- X, C, V
Reset -- R
Mute -- M
Jul 21: I adjusted most of the levels.
Pros: Music, Mechanics
Controls, Level Difficulty
Level Editor, Visuals
Cons: Level Amount
Verdict: A solid arcade game. Kept me playing for about thirty minutes. Controls were smooth and self-explanatory. Mechanics were nothing less either. The level editor was great, but limited you to only share with friends or for yourself. A community sharing option would be great.
A very good attempt, graphics were a nice nod-back to retro times, controls moved a bit too fast though. Keep it up!
It was simple and yet required a lot of thought power.
Some of the puzzles were really simple and repetitive but I liked them nevertheless.
I liked the different effects that the various powerups have on the spinners.
Some movements had to be done in squares adjacent to the spinners and I did a few times by pressing the forward key a millisecond longer, so it was pretty intense.
You could build on this and make more obstacles like moving spikes and periodic shooters , and more powerups like teleporters.
All in all, a good game. Keep up the good work!
What’s inside this box? A lot of puzzles! Can you solve all 30?
Use the mouse to navigate menus and to queue and cancel robot actions.
Made for the Adventure Jam 2016!
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