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Robot Wants Fishy

rated 4.13 / 5 stars
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Action - Platformer - Puzzle

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Aug 24, 2010 | 10:24 AM EDT

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The third in the series. Help guide Robot to the Fishy he so desperately wants. You'll have to collect a variety of powerups to get there, and there seem to be a few hundred aliens also standing in your way.

Each time you get blown up, your time increases by 10 seconds, so try to catch Fishy as fast as you can!

Use the arrow keys to move. Up or Z jumps. As you collect power-ups, it will tell you how to use them!

Extra keys:
0 to mute the sound
-/+ adjust volume
P to pause

UPDATE 8/25/10: The final jump is now less painful for those who had to give up there! The jellyfish/spike situation in the end tunnel is also easier, and the spot where you could get stuck is no longer.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars


i really like this series and the puzzle platformer style it has is a great combination. the reason i didnt give this a ten is because if the first game you find kitty then in the second kitty is your main way of doing things. and instead of either having a kitty and dog duo or just dog you left 'em both behind and went back to just robot. other than that very good game.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

good sequel

this is a very good sequel, only problem is the i got lost also not terribly but lost none the less maybe a map would work. i hope you make another one like someone suggested robot wants birdie?


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Pretty fun game!!

And to the guy who said you cant destroy enemies you are retarded if you played the game for like 2 minutes you find bombs. Idiot.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

very enjoyable

as cute as the kitty mechanic was in the second game, the bombs just feel a lot more practical. I like the way you included the warp point to give this one an almost megaman like feel. Very few complaints with this game, it's one of the few games (flash or otherwise) that doesn't prompt me to look at the clock every five minutes. Also, to anyone who might be having trouble with that last jump on the ceiling, you might want to consider utilizing your double jump ability as you're falling. Just sayin'.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Throughly enjoyed it.

Once I got to 15 minutes, I just started ignoring the timer, I finished and looked up and I was well over 90 minutes, but it was a good time.