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
MrRobot.jpg
Basic Information
Type(s)
Video Game
Moonpod
Moonpod
RPG, Platform, Adventure, Sci-Fi, Indie
Microsoft Windows
Retail Features
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Technical Information
1.06
Main Credits
Mark Featherstone
CanadaUnited StatesMexico North American Release Date(s)
Microsoft Windows
January 102007
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Mr. Robot is a 3D computer game by Moonpod and published as shareware. Notably the game design attempts to combine the two discrete genres of computer role-playing 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 | edit source]

  • 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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