Droid Land

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In a robot world, an inventor attempts to create the first organic life specimen ever by using a mysterious dark energy trapped at the core of the planet. Will his plan succeed? Help him and find the answer!


I can't wait for more! Gorgeous graphics, and really nice game-play. I can see a really cool little story developing. The addition of the star collecting was really cool too. I LOVED it!

poor litter guy he can't even walk

I enjoyed the game. Liked the stars for optional hidden object fun, but a medal would have been nice with the wallpaper. I had a heck of a time trying to find the fuses though, I couldn't tell any specific difference in colour or shapes as opposed to pieces of scenery and ended up madly clicking each screen for a few minutes until something under my mouse disappeared, and would click on the little guy for confirmation when I couldn't find the second fuse. When he stopped talking to me, I know I must have found it, and carried on. Otherwise, very simple, very short. Great art and seems like the start of a promising story arc, the little info tablets caught my interest. I do hope the next game is longer, though, and this just ends up being a sort of teaser.

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I want more! I live the art style in the game and the puzzles were satisfying. Looking forward to the sequel and the promises of more robo-goodness.

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Hmm, very tasty appetizer. I'm greedily waiting the main meal now. Hope it will be longer, though, this one was damn good but makes me craving for more.

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3.55 / 5.00

Jul 17, 2012
4:51 PM EDT
Adventure - Point 'n Click