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Robo Quest v1.21
About this gameUPDATE 1.2.1!
Pixel quest, who won the last RUMAGS #10. Robot crashes on unknown planet, he must repair his "home" to continue the journey, and to have a good time on party
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AGS Panel Review
"Robo Quest is charming little game about a Robot struggling to get to a party in time. While being rather polished - especially the graphic style is clean and consistent - its plot is so simplistic it resembles one of those browser based escape-the-room games. What it lacks in depth and story-telling, it makes up for in really cute pixel art. "
5 people commented on this game (newest first):
General Summary: A Nice little short game, with a robot trying to get to a party
I was impressed with these cute style of the Pixel Art Graphics this game set out, while there where no moments of super splendor, there was also no moments of hidden items that blended into the background.
While it was hinted your robot would gain more powers in the 'full game' the one powerup you did have felt a little pointless, there didnt seem to be any reason for it to be not powered up all the time and the fact you only used it twice was a bit of a let down. While, as I said before, you could see everything clearly there were certain parts that your robot would stand in-front of the objects you would need to use, resulting in a back and forth walk to continue with the game.
The Look command was underused too with only a few objects 'lookable' when not, the click would have no effect, same with the 'use' nothing would happen leaving me wondering if I clicked it right.
This would been fixed with two lines 'Yes, I can see that' And ' That wont work'
For such a simple story it felt like it was missing, and I really didnt know what was going on for the most part.
What type of party was it?
Do I need to go look for another crystal?
What are the codes to these?
It was kinda of a let down to the prettyness
The sound effects fitted well, giving a nice feel to the robot walking around and touching things within the world.
But the lack of Background music was a miss beat and would of brought the whole game up ten fold, with a 16bit middie running it the background the lack of 'talking' be so noticeable
Overall Rating and Final Thoughts
If your after a quick little game, this is perfect. The puzzles are not brain busters so just sitback and relax and enjoy.