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Feb 7, 2013 | 4:21 PM EST
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Author Comments

Our old TVs have returned from being scuttled into space and they have made a sport out of killing humans!

Play as humans to fight waves of Raybots OR play as the Raybots and build new robots for humans to fight. The best robots will be added to official campaigns! Also note - that campaign list has a yellow scroll bar down the ride side, with a lot more campaigns down below!

Big thanks to Mike for all the programming support with the API and drawing tools. Big thanks to Stamper for the player select music and menu sprucing. Big thanks to RicePirate for the intro and select screen voice. Big thanks to all the testers who helped build Raybots!

A or Z = Primary Weapon
S or X = Secondary Weapon
Arrows - Run, Jump, Drop through platforms

In human mode you can earn trophies and compete for high scores in the campaign mode. You can also browse the Boss Files and discover bosses not featured in the campaigns! Your letter grade is based on how much health you maintain during battle. Your score is based on a combination of health and time throughout the campaign.

In Raybot mode, you can edit your level, draw your own robot face, equip hats and hands, customize your weapons and record a pattern. While recording a pattern, hit SPACE to open the exit, then walk over the exit to close your loop! Every boss is a looping pattern. You must TEST and defeat your boss in order to save him, otherwise it isn't fair sport.

You unlock hats and hands by voting on the Raybots you fight in human mode.

In Raybot mode, some weapons have alternate versions. For example click the bullet icon multiple times for different bullets, or click the bomb icon multiple times for different bombs. Remember, you can equip both your A and S key weapons! When customization sliders are available, give them a try and see how it impacts your weapon.

Tap your "M" key to toggle Mute.

UPDATE (2/8/13): Turns out there was a massive teleporting bug that could result in you not being able to open the exit and close your pattern loop. I imagine this is the cause of the complaints about that issue. It's fixed! You may need to clear your cache.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome game.

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TomFulp responds:

I kept waiting for him to suddenly spring into action, it was actually kinda intense!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Did you guy's try out the Legendary Raybot? and 2? and Final? I like em.Try them out.


Rated 5 / 5 stars



Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

I can't really review you on level design here because all the levels are user-created. So I have to stick to mechanics. Which are very generic for a platformer shooter. The only interesting thing about this game mechanics-wise is the level creation feature, which doesn't work (can't save the pattern, or at least it isn't explained how). It's basically saying "Oh hey, look at all this cool stuff you can do! You can change the face, that's pretty cool! You can change the hat and hands, that's pretty cool! You can customize the level, that's pretty cool! You can customize the weapons, that's pretty cool! You can set his looping pattern, that's pretty cool! Oh, you can save it though. Guess you did all that hard work for nothing. Haha fuck you.", which is awfully rude and you should teach your game better manners.
The next thing about game mechanics is the rating of other peoples' levels; there are only three options in one category, which is easy, but annoying; I want to rate the levels on the robot's appearance, the smoothness of the robot's pattern, the level layout, and the difficulty. I also want some kind of feedback after rating; at the moment, you just rate and then that's it. It feels empty and as if you've not really done anything. I think something as simple as showing the accumulated rating of the robot after you've rated it, perhaps showing your affect on it, would be much more involving.

Otherwise, the static flickering between loading levels is painful to look at, and a constant high amount of things happening on the screen at once is also knid of painful, but the graphics are otherwise well done, hats off to Johnny.

The music is quite fast-paced, which compliments the game, but the occassional screams are kind of annoying.

This game would probably be good if the level creation worked. And it didn't make my head hurt so much. And the gameplay wasn't ridiculously generic.

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TomFulp responds:

At what point is the saving failing for you? You need to successfully defeat your boss in "Test" mode before it allows you to save - that part could be more clear. Did you beat your boss and something was still failing with the save?


Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

This game is very cool, but... recording patterns??? wtf man
multiplayer could be awesome

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