Mr. Robot

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This article is about the Moonpod game. For the 1984 Datamost game, see Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory.
Mr. Robot
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Developer(s) Moonpod
Publisher(s) Moonpod
Designer(s) Mark Featherstone
Platform(s) Microsoft Windows
Release date(s) 10 January 2007
Genre(s) Role-playing video game, Platform, Adventure
Mode(s) Single-player

Mr. Robot is a 3D video game by Moonpod, published as shareware, which attempts to combine the genres of role-playing video game and platform game.

The platform adventure part of the game takes place on board a spaceship called The Eidolon which is destined for a remote colony planet when things start to go wrong. The player takes the part of Asimov, a "lowly service droid", who must attempt to save the humans stored in cryosleep. The RPG element takes place inside a virtual computer world in which the player can hack computer terminals to combat defense computer programs via a turn-based battle system.

Reception[edit]

  • 9.6/10 Editor's choice gold award at VG Core
  • Scored 87% in PC Format UK magazine, and also won the award for 'best ending' in the PC Format 2007 game awards.
  • 82% in PC Gamer UK magazine.

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