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  • Summary: Special introductory price of $0.99 for a limited time! Standard price will be $2.99.IMPORTANT! The Adventures of Retrobot does NOT support on iPhone 3GS and older, iPod 3rd gen and older or iPad 1.The Adventures of Retrobot mixes tank shooter gameplay and fantastic boss battles with a full one hundred panel comic book. The gameplay features strategic elements like an EMP blast and a health recharging shield. Tons of over-the-top action is fused with a comedy story holding an abundance of jokes referring to classic videogames, as well as videogame logic.StoryIn 2025, humanity has shifted menial tasks to a network of automated robots. In the small town of Fairfax, Arizona, we find Retrobot, a hand-built robot and hero of our story. He has been created by Spencer, a socially handicaped genius, 32 years of age, and still living with his grandmother. Retrobot was built to handle all work, but is mainly used for one thing: playing co-op online videogames with his master and creator. After a big server crash, an army of automated robots takes control of the world. They come and kidnap Spencer, who’s robot building skills are deemed a threat to their domination. Together with Toto, Spencer’s pet monkey, Retrobot rolls out into the world in an attempt to find and return his master.Check the trailer Collapse
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  1. Positive: 2 out of 4
  2. Negative: 1 out of 4
  1. Sep 18, 2012
    With its high quality graphics, its hand drawn comics, and its fun personality, Retrobot is one game that you won't want to miss this week.
  2. Sep 21, 2012
    A tarnished gem of a game, with great story and character and a few frustrating technical detractions.
  3. Sep 17, 2012
    So it's not perfect, but it is immaculately presented as well as self-aware.
  4. Sep 24, 2012
    Clearly a lot of love and effort has gone into making this game and both Endeavor Bros. and Monkube should be applauded for creating one of the best-looking and most endearing games on the casual market, but the fundamental gameplay issues cannot be ignored.