Game Info:

Robot Rescue Revolution
Developed by: Teyon
Published by: Teyon
Release Date: July 11, 2014
Genre: Puzzle
Available on: PC, PS3
Number of Players: Up to two players
ESRB Rating: Everyone
Price: $4.99

Thank you Teyon for sending us this game to review!

Robots are trapped in diabolical mazes and it's up to you to escort them to safety.  The catch is that your actions control all of the robots at the same time!  You have to do your best to avoid pit falls, mines, Tesla coils, fire, and dynamite.  The tutorials are helpful and will teach you the basics on opening doors, cloning, and teleportation.   Each level has a requirement of how many robots have to be saved, but if one gets destroyed you have to start over from the beginning.  

Robot Rescue Revolution is a 3D casual puzzle game that has colorful levels and diabolical traps to work through.  Most levels give you an unlimited amount of time, but some levels do not.  While the objective of getting to the exit sounds easy, there are often many obstacles preventing you from doing so!  For example some exits are color coded and you have to paint your robot a particular color to use it.  

Robot Rescue Revolution

Strong Points: Unique and challenging puzzles; level editor; compare your score against everyone else's
Weak Points: No story
Moral Warnings: Robotic violence and cloning

Upon completing a level you are graded on how many moves you made and by how much time it took.  You're then given a score and it is compared against everyone that completed the same level.  Just when I feel good about myself for solving a puzzle without seeking Youtube guidance (yes it's out there!), I get crushed by people's scores who have completed the puzzle in fewer moves and less time.  Offline play is possible but this game prefers internet connectivity to sync saves and compare scores.

The controls are pretty straight forward and this game supports both keyboard and game pad.  The directional arrows or dpad will send all of the robots in that direction.   There are objects to manipulate but you either have to push to move them or go on top of a switch to activate it.  

Robot Rescue Revolution
Score Breakdown:
Higher is better
(10/10 is perfect)

Game Score - 80%
Gameplay - 16/20
Graphics - 8/10
Sound - 7/10
Stability - 5/5
Controls - 4/5

Morality Score - 96%
Violence - 8/10
Language - 10/10
Sexual Content - 10/10
Occult/Supernatural - 10/10
Cultural/Moral/Ethical - 10/10

There are over 100 levels to play by yourself or with a nearby friend.  Before a friend can take control of the keyboard or mouse, a profile has to be created for them with the primary controller.  Some of the multiplayer levels are split-screen competitive, while others are cooperative.  

Like many Steam games there are achievements, trading cards, and community sharing of custom created levels.    As of this review, there are over 150 community levels available for download.  The level editor is easy to use with its drag and drop interface.  My kids enjoyed creating levels more than playing the game!

Robot Rescue Revolution is a family friendly game that has mild robotic violence as they fall in pits, get blown up, burned, or electrocuted.  If you don’t mind that or the robotic cloning, there is plenty of fun to be had in this game.  The price is a reasonable $4.99 and the level editor alone has provided hours of entertainment for my children.  


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