Robot Rescue

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Developer(s) Teyon
Publisher(s) Teyon
Platform(s) Nintendo DSi (DSiWare)
Release date(s)
  • JP September 22, 2010
  • NA November 16, 2009
  • PAL November 12, 2010
Genre(s) Puzzle
Mode(s) Single-player,

Robot Rescue is a puzzle game developed by Teyon for the Nintendo DSi. It is available for download at the Nintendo DSi Shop for 200 Nintendo DSi Points.[1]

Gameplay[edit]

A gameplay screenshot of Robot Rescue presenting a sample labyrinth and obstacles.

A player's goal is to free robots trapped in an evil computer labyrinth. Missions are full of deadly traps making the game more and more difficult with each level. The objective is to guide robots to the exit through 45 labyrinths avoiding traps and obstacles such as mines, cloning machines and more. All robots are linked together, so when the player steers one of them, all are moved. Rash moves can destroy one of the robots and restart the mission.[2]

Tiles[edit]

The following tiles can be found in the labyrinths:

  • Red/yellow door - blocks the robot’s way.
  • Red/yellow button - opens red/yellow doors.
  • Teleporter - transfers robots to a teleporter exit.
  • Teleporter exit - a place where robots are teleported.
  • Mine - blows robots up.
  • Conveyor belt - moves robots automatically till the end of the belt.
  • Short circuit trap - destroys robots.
  • Glue stain - causes a temporary blockade of the robot's movement (1 move).
  • Cloning machine - duplicates robots, clones emerge at all cloning machine exits.
  • Cloning machine exit - a place where robots show after cloning.
  • Exit - a destination point.[3]

Reception[edit]

Robot Rescue received an overall score of 8.0 from IGN.[4]

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