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  • Summary: What if you could change the past? What if you could control the future? What if time was on your side? Play as Wilbur Robinson and experience the thrills of time travel adventure. With a ton of crazy gadgets at your disposal, battle enemies and solve puzzles while in pursuit of theWhat if you could change the past? What if you could control the future? What if time was on your side? Play as Wilbur Robinson and experience the thrills of time travel adventure. With a ton of crazy gadgets at your disposal, battle enemies and solve puzzles while in pursuit of the dastardly Bowler Hat Guy and his diabolical robotic hat, Doris. It's up to you to thward their evil plans and save the future! Explore ancient Egypt, the Robinsons' mansion, The Hive and other supercool locales. Break out the Charge Glove, the Disassembler, the Scanner, the family Album, the Havoc Gloves and the Leviathon device. [Buena Vista Games] Expand
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  1. Positive: 3 out of 21
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  1. This is a great game for kids, adults and families and makes a refreshing change from some of the stuff in the shops at the moment.
  2. For kids who have seen the film then this game is going to be a grand expansion for them to get some hands on with Wilbur and Co. For anyone else then there’s some decent adventuring to be had here despite the simplicity of the game’s premise.
  3. Delicious design. [June 2007, p.92]
  4. 70
    A solid effort, lacks some of the overall polish of games with a higher budget and longer development time, but it fulfills its goal of tying the film world to an interactive medium; an exact definition to what we consider a “good” game.
  5. Taking out the trash, I kid you not: 30 minutes of mundane pre-scripted yawn inducing tedium. They even mark where to go to on the map. [May 2007, p.65]
  6. Straightforward, fun, and filled with content, Meet the Robinsons is sure to keep a smile on your face while you experience life as Wilbur Robinson.
  7. Button mashing is boring. [Issue#20, p.93]

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