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  • Summary: Jump in the role of Robo, the police-bot that is not quite “feature complete” after his close encounter with the explosion at the Police-Bot Factory. Travel from location to location, give fines when the law isn't obeyed, build and upgrade shops, catch thieves and even most wanted criminals. The experience gathered will give Robo new and exciting power-ups and make him whole again.Features:-Simple and addictive gameplay: tap to give fines-12 fun and challenging locations across 6 landscapes: help Robo fight crime and improve each of these locations-3 cool upgradeable power-ups for Robo: scare thieves out of hiding, double fines and a most wanted list-Over 50 challenges - More than a dozen upgradeable shops to raise the level of fines-2 powerful entities at your service: Chronos, master of time, and Thor, god of thunder-Objectives for each locationReady?Set...Fine!---Visit our official site at www.namcobandaigames.comFollow us on Twitter at or like us on Facebook at Expand
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 1 out of 8
  2. Negative: 2 out of 8
  1. Jul 8, 2012
    This is a fun game with cool graphics and music. It's very easy to get into and very easy to keep playing it. There's plenty of novelty to this game that makes it more than just a tapping game.
  2. Jun 15, 2012
    Although the gameplay isn't exceptional, No Red T-Shirts isn't a complete bust. Some may find it more suitable for children due to the graphic style of the game, and it also has an appeal to casual gamers.
  3. Jun 20, 2012
    Of course, everything else in No Red T-Shirts is really all in good fun. But man, it's hard to shake the feeling that there's something a little wrong with punishing protesters and shaking down photographers.
  4. Jun 11, 2012
    So like any good dystopian fiction, the game ends up packed with allegory, mirroring its main protagonist. Like Robo, No Red T-Shirts feels like a would-be wonder, caught in an explosion and left instead with haywire circuitry. A very hard lesson about the risks of greed and technology.
  5. Jun 12, 2012
    No Red T-Shirts's repetitive gameplay and overbearing in-app purchases (not to mention its unsettling subject matter) mean this app deserves a hefty fine.
  6. Jun 24, 2012
    The core mechanic of tapping people to fine them gets boring very quickly, the graphics are unattractive and basic (although new towns are interesting enough to look at that they retain some charm), the music loop is one-note and annoying and unless you're up for spending your own cash on IAP, you're forced to play the same levels over and over until you get enough coins to progress.
  7. Jun 18, 2012
    Sure, one could make the argument that No Red T-Shirts is strictly for kids, but we'd like to think that even children beyond the age of three would expect a game with more depth.

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