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Right Where It Belongs. 5 Points

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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.


When I began I had no idea of the controls, I searched to see if you mentioned it. I eventually found it was point and click, and only objects were clickable, the ground not being clickable which confused me at first until I click-spammed the screen.

Was a fairly easy game, had me stumped at one point as I assumed the door and the small glass window above were one and the same clicking-wise. Also, when people stopped moving occasionally their footsteps remained to be heard.

Interesting music, and I quite recognize the Playstation tune.

After the first part though, the music made me think the game had already ended. Which I didn't imagine could be true but it felt it.

The jump to the 2nd song at the end was surprising. I was enjoying the ambiance and depth, then it attacked like a rabid wolvering. But c'est la vie, it was robot-related.

All in all 3.5 stars because though it's simple, it is quaint and peaceful. Always a fan of the 8-bit games.

There really isn't much to it. If more time is put into this game it could be something great.

i liked it, but short which you already know.

Right well, I couldn't even play it, so your battery must be dead to begin with. Also, the music button doesn't work.


This would have gotten a high score regardless, but the ending almost had me falling out of my seat.
For anyone who plays this and gets to the end, wait. You'll be glad you did.

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3.69 / 5.00

Jul 10, 2012
2:48 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click