Oh my god nostalgia... My mind is overflowing with it right now.
this music is stolen from the guys that made tasty planet. i recognized it instantly.
on newgrounds, if you report someone for this type of thing you just get laughed at.
so i guess you get away with it. but not without my review calling you out and a huge 0.
if you were a little smarter you could take a look at the credits section of the game.
the music ( "Red Cat" ) was composed by Pierre Langer and licensed for the game using some $$$!
you can buy the music also, for example here: https://www.shockwave-sound.com/search/red%20cat
so HUGE ZERO to your mental abilities !
p.s.: think before you accuse someone...
On the first level, it was hard for me to understand how I even succeeded at crashing the robot. It just killed itself after I hit the green button. Oh well, at least I managed to get as far as the third level. This was a really weird game because there were just so many things going on in each level and it took real thought to figure out what to do. There's a magnet, bomb, a circular saw, a piece of metal and I have no idea how it works! This is certainly one of the most complicated puzzle games I have ever played.
I am not that good at it, but I do have to recommend it for how elaborate it is. It reminds me of the classic Rube Goldberg devices. The graphics are pretty stndard, especially with how the robot works. This is just such an incomprehensible game you really have to learn to get used to it. Above all else, it is a great way of showing your creativity.
it kinda defeats the purpose if the robot kills itself for some of the levels....
I like it. I've only played the first few levels so far, but it's an easy physics puzzle that doesn't require trying to find the precise angle of something over and over and over.
The only thing is, I'd like to see a more varied repertoire of robot deaths. Pretty please?