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You are in control of a robot and have to guide him through 22 platform levels using ladders, treadmills, trampolines, escalators, magnets, transporters and other devices. You must collect all the power-pills in one level in order to finish it, but you have only limited time to do so as you are constantly losing energy. Falling from too high or touching an enemy kills your robot. Picking up energizers temporarily enables you to kill your enemies. The game also features an editor that lets you create your own levels.


Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory Atari 8-bit Screen F - Transporters
Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory Atari 8-bit In "The Robot Factory" where you can create your own levels
Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory Atari 8-bit Screen A - The white dots on the floor are the powerpills you must collect
Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory Atari 8-bit Screen C - Lots of escalators

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Planned Coleco Adam conversion

Computer Entertainer reported in it's April 1984 issue about a planned port for the Coleco Adam computer. It was reported that the game would be shown during the Summer CES in Chicago, which was taking place in June. There is however no evidence that such a conversion was commercially released.

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