Rescue Roby Review: Physics Based-Puzzle is More Appealing than Amazing Alex (Video)

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  • 18 Feb 2013
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  • Back when Rovio released Amazing Alex, I was totally underwhelmed by this physics puzzle, but now there’s a new game pertaining to the genre out there. It’s called Rescue Roby and we tested its free version, but there’s also a full version priced at just $1. The game is made by Runaway Studios and it’s very fun.

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    It already had about 80 levels available and thanks to Valentine’s Day, it got 100 more levels. The idea is simple: get Roby the robot in his box by moving various elements around. This physics puzzle allows you to tap on the screen to cancel out boxes and ramps and play with weighs in order to throw the robot around. You can also detonate TNT in order to plunge the bot into a certain direction and have fun with the concept of physics.

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    At some point you’ll even play with two robots and be responsible with getting both to their destinations. This brain teaser is themed around robots, cogs, machines and other such mechanics. Hours of gameplay are available in the 180+ levels, in 4 dynamic chapters. The main character is very lovable and so are the various critters who appear in the game. You will play with conveyor belts, suspended scaffolding, exploding boxes and huge magnets, among others. We give the game an 8.5 out of 10 and you can get it from here for free and from here in the full version.

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