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Tetrobot and Co. Now On Desura & DRM Free

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Tetrobot is the world's most popular and reliable robot, but he's not perfect. That's why I, Maya, have built him a microscopic little brother, Psychobot. Help me guide Psy through Tetrobot's cogs and circuits: by swallowing blocks of matter and spitting them out, we can repair anything.

Not sure I agree that he is the worlds most popular...just kidding.

Released onto Steam first back in October last year, the game is now DRM Free on Desura for the ones of you still hiding from Steam.

  • Pure puzzle gameplay for players who love to challenge their brain.
  • 50+ levels to play and many more secrets to unlock.
  • Original soundtrack composed by Morusque (Knytt Stories, Saira, Blocks That Matter, Exodus…)
  • Discover what happened to Tetrobot, Alexey, Markus and Maya, 15 years after Blocks That Matter.
  • Steam Features : Achievements, Steam Cloud, Steam Workshop integration (level editor included).

The game shares the same universe as Blocks That Matter, but it is designed to be less frustrating. Tetrobot looks to be a solidly built and good-looking puzzle game.

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stan 13 Mar, 2014
It would be nice if Desura didn’t crash every time after I click on something. It *always* closes after having loaded any page.
KIAaze 13 Mar, 2014
I enjoyed "Blocks that matter" a lot (even though I still haven't finished it, like a lot of other games from the bundles), especially how they included references to other games from the bundles in some levels (and Tetris obviously).

And this one looks like it references Portal. Hopefully it's just as fun as their previous game. :)
I like that they kept it in the same universe.
Pit 14 Mar, 2014
You do of course - also for already some time - get it DRM-free from the Humble store ;)
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