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As promised by the developer Hamumu Games, Robot Wants It All, a compilation and upgraded editions of the Robot Wants series is now out.

Robot wants stuff, so go get it for him! This game is a compilation of the original Robot Wants games from 2010: Robot Wants Kitty, Robot Wants Puppy, Robot Wants Fishy, and Robot Wants Ice Cream. In addition, it includes Robot Wants Y!?, a mini-game that was actually the main banner on the JayIsGames website for a while. And of course, Robot wouldn't be wanting it all if we didn't add Robot Wants Justice, a brand new Robot adventure!

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As mentioned in the previous article on it, there's quite a few upgrades when compared with the originals. It's now using a custom-built game engine with SDL2 and OpenGL, higher resolution support, tons of stuff to unlock, mini-games and more. I also like how the developer said supporting Linux wasn't more difficult than any other platform.

Each of the included games includes 2 alternate maps (an "Easy" map, which sometimes is not so easy, but we guarantee it is short! And a "Remix" map, which is never easy, or quick), and there are also 12 Mutators which allow you to transform the way the game plays in a variety of helpful and horrible ways.

You can grab it on itch.io and Steam.

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flesk 8 April 2019 at 3:08 pm UTC
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I gave it a quick try this weekend, and it seems good. Couldn't figure out how to start a new level after I finished the first one though.
stan 8 April 2019 at 8:09 pm UTC
Nice! I played Robot Wants Kitty as a Flash game many years ago, and even programmed a clone with a friend... To be honest I don’t remember much of it, but it was fun enough.
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