Robot Retriever: Quest

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Near Space 5 Points

Complete World 1

Momentus 0 Points

Complete World 2

Stealth 0 Points

Find the secret room

Logicus 0 Points

Complete World 3

Electricus 0 Points

Complete World 4

I've got a Perfect Puzzle for you 50 Points

Beat the game in Oompa Loompa garb

Love & Tolerate 50 Points

Beat the game in brony garb

Hardcore 0 Points

Beat the game without using a single lifeline

Impossibru! 0 Points

Beat all 100 levels with MMP

You Win! 100 Points

Complete all 100 levels

Author Comments

I just found a glitch, the menu buttons don't work right off the bat. I have no idea how this happened, but if you just keep clicking around on them, they'll work eventually. Please don't hate for that, I'm working to fix it.

In this deviously difficult sequel to Robot Retriever, the human race is falling through its cracks and a hero must rise up to collect enough robot probes to power the ship towards a new planet to make the new Earth. You will really need your wits about you as you play through the massive set of 100 levels and strive to unlock new features.

This is the most massive project I've ever created, and if you browse through the credits, you'll see that I needed a lot of help to make it happen. I want to thank everyone who was even remotely involved in the creation of this game, and I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.

The game saves automatically, and here are a few keyboard shortcuts for gameplay:
R - Restart Level
Q - Quality
S - View Stats
L - Level Select
H - Home


Not my type of game, but fairly decent from what i played. Four stars because there was a lot of text and very little in the way of explaining things in a concise manner, otherwise it might have been five. The problem was you lost me when you made me go through eight-hundred pages of background that had no relevance to the game itself.

As a side note, there is a neat glitch where it combines text blocks as a single output when you skip through them. This can lead to some rather fun to pronounce gibberish.
You should fix that by having an option in the... options menu. That was the only thing that kept me playing, actually. Four stars.

love all that work on the intro but i got a bit bored.

From The Epicness of the story I expected something better !

I'm not fond of how the robots are controlled. It would be much better if we could click to the side of the selected robot to move it. There could also be optional keys for movement as well.

I could KNOW how to get to walk and play the freaken game

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Credits & Info

2.75 / 5.00

Jul 10, 2012
10:40 AM EDT
Action - Platformer - Puzzle