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Battery Powered Adventure

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Adventure - Point 'n Click
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adventure
robots
quick
robotday2012

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Jul 10, 2012 | 2:48 PM EDT

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A Battery Powered Adventure game. Get it?

Because batteries don't last long.

Yeah. Anyway. This is something I threw together over the last 3 days. It's very short, easy and pretty dull, and I ran out of time before I could add any more puzzles. But hey, you get what you pay for.

Happy robot day.

Reviews


SherandaSheranda

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Tip: click on an object once to go to it. Click on it again to interact.

Wow. Dark. I go through all that trouble just to blow up a city. I guess there's a lesson to be learned here.



CyberdevilCyberdevil

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Oh hey, Robot Day is the same as my birthday! :) This is a nice submission, a minimal point and click adventure game with one clue and one puzzle, and a music video... or so I thought. That was actually just the introduction! As it turns out, it's a quite long adventure, spanning abandoned cityscapes littered by carnage. The pixel art is nice and crisp, and the adventure isn't as dull as you say it is, though it would be nice with some annotations as to where you can click, where you should go or what the different items actually do, the ones in the toolshop window for example weren't very obvious. Still, a gem to play though! Nice work!

-cd-



tagtoteach101tagtoteach101

Rated 3 / 5 stars

Are the graphics not fast enough to match up with the sound for anyone else or is that just me?



RhoneocerosRhoneoceros

Rated 5 / 5 stars

My first thoughts were: "Oh, how adorable :D"
Then, I wanted to curl up and cry because of the ending.
After that, I laughed so hard at the ending song I peed.
I usually want your games to be longer, but this one was just perfect!


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notaheronotahero

Rated 3 / 5 stars

My thoughts & the full walkthrough

The puzzle isn't hard, but it's hard that you can click on everything, yet you can't click on anything. What I meant is that I have no idea what objects can be interact unless I can walk through them or found out by shear luck. Because the cursor will turn into a pointing finger on pretty much everything, that's what makes this game harder than it actually is.

Walkthrough

1) Walk to the left, interact to the red box that says "NO POWER", you'll find a piece of paper aying "R=1 G=2 Y=3". You can also see the red, green & yellow wires as well.

2) Walk to the right & you'll see a wreckage of a car. Click on the darkened area of the hood, you'll find it's a battery. Carry it back to the red box.

3) Click on the red box, you'll find numbers on its extensions & numbers on them. Connect them based on the paper you've seen earlier (ie. yellow wire to extension 3)

4) Get on the train & enjoy the cut scene. You're half way through the game.

5) When the cut scene ends, walk to the left & turn right & keep walking until you find a shovel, pick it up & walk back to the train.

6) Hit the mirror & replace the shovel with "The red tool" & walk back to the garden again. This time, you don't need to walk all the way to where you pick up the shovel.

7) At the backdoor of the building, click on the area above the door, you will deploy "the red tool", then climb up.

8) Get to the 2nd floor & go to the window with the plank on it, click on the window & walk on the plank until you get to the other side.

9) Open the elevator door, then click on the red area on top of the elevator.

10) Get out of the building & walk to the right. Turn left & talk to the lady in red & enjoy the cut scene. I hope you wait for the sad song to hear the bonus song (Easter egg maybe?)

Enjoy the game!


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