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RUN, JUMP, & BLAST in this MARIO inspired ADVENTURE!
OVER 1 MILLION people ADDICTED to ROBO RUSH can't be wrong!



your maker, callous and insensitive to the spirit of the machine, has betrayed you, innocent robot. frustrated by the failure of his experiments, he seeks to destroy you and your brethren.

now it is time to make a stand, and fight back against tyranny! jump, run, and pound through the blocks of bigotry which stand in your way, and deliver swift justice to those evil creatures that would impede you!



4 unique worlds each w/ 4 stages
fantastic artwork that captures the atmosphere of the machine world
sinister forces waiting to assail you with an array of deadly attacks
a smorgasbord of power-ups & bonuses
a rousing musical score sure to energize your mechanical innards
realistic sound effects that let you feel the clank and clatter of every bash and wallop



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Lite : http://itunes.apple.com/app/robo-rush-free/id369329918?mt=8
01-05-2010, 09:29 AM
#2
Game Impressions

This is probably the best of Trinity Games' "stickman" series. Unfortunately, it has some of the same rushed-production issues that plague many of their other entries, including poor sound effects and mediocre controls. Which is too bad, because the game has many of the elements that, in more careful hands, would have produced a memorable platformer. Instead, Robot Rush feels like a mediocre game with potential. It's probably worth a look at .99, but certainly not essential for platformer fans.

01-05-2010, 10:26 AM
#3
Joined: May 2009
Location: Daydream
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I'm in a dilemma, should I get this or the all-in-1 gamebox...
01-05-2010, 10:36 AM
#4
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Originally Posted by Squeaker View Post
I'm in a dilemma, should I get this or the all-in-1 gamebox...
IMO, Robo Rush is better than any of the full games included in all in 1 gamebox -- but not by much.
01-05-2010, 10:46 AM
#5
Joined: Aug 2009
Posts: 2,304
O wow this looks really pretty o.o, is there a gameplay vid?
01-05-2010, 10:51 AM
#6
Joined: May 2009
Posts: 3,872
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Originally Posted by squarezero View Post
This is probably the best of Trinity Games' "stickman" series. Unfortunately, it has some of the same rushed-production issues that plague many of their other entries, including poor sound effects and mediocre controls. Which is too bad, because the game has many of the elements that, in more careful hands, would have produced a memorable platformer. Instead, Robot Rush feels like a mediocre game with potential. It's probably worth a look at .99, but certainly not essential for platformer fans.
How many Levels?

Mis-quotes!!!!!!!
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The bottom two is where you can buy your bottom turrets.
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at this point I should say we're not looking for anymore guys
01-05-2010, 10:57 AM
#7
Joined: May 2009
Location: Daydream
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Originally Posted by squarezero View Post
IMO, Robo Rush is better than any of the full games included in all in 1 gamebox -- but not by much.
Ouch... I think they are a bunch of so so games too, but I'm curious to try this out. But better get a gamebox since they cost the same right.. But then again do I really need all those games that I may never play twice..
01-05-2010, 10:58 AM
#8
Joined: Nov 2008
Location: Lake Zurich, Illinois
Posts: 575
Omg I updated the all in one gamebox as this was one o the full games. This game is a complete copy of super Mario bros for the original nes. The level designs are almost identical and the way you use power ups like the fire flower are exactly the same. The biggest complant i have is the controls stick and are not too responsive. If trinitigame can fix the controls this would be a tops platformer for the idevices
01-05-2010, 10:59 AM
#9
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Originally Posted by ultimo View Post
How many Levels?
No clear indication from what I've played so far, but if you go by the screen shots, at least sixteen (if each level has four parts). It does look pretty, and there's a few clever gameplay ideas and some witty animation in the game (for example, if you wait too long in one place, your robot turns into a suitcase). But the controls are so imprecise as to make the game pretty darned frustrating, and the lack of some obvious sound effects (such as when you destroy an enemy) really takes you out of the action.

Could the game be fixed in an update? Sure it could. Will Triniti deliver on such an update? Maybe...
01-05-2010, 11:01 AM
#10
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Originally Posted by radchad1 View Post
Omg I updated the all in one gamebox as this was one o the full games. This game is a complete copy of super Mario bros for the original nes. The level designs are almost identical and the way you use power ups like the fire flower are exactly the same. The biggest complant i have is the controls stick and are not too responsive. If trinitigame can fix the controls this would be a tops platformer for the idevices
Funny, I didn't pick up on the Super Mario Bros similarity. That's absolutely right -- they even copied at least one of the sound effects. It also moves slower, I think, but otherwise it's very similar.

Squeaker: if this is included in the All-in-one gamebox, then you choice is easy.

Somebody said they wanted a video. Well, this should give you an idea of the level design:


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Even the short cuts are the same. Pretty shameless, really.

Last edited by squarezero; 01-05-2010 at 11:05 AM.