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Stack-Up (NES)

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Description

Set up R.O.B. with the colored discs included in the game and then control his movements in the game by using Professor Hector to jump onto various blocks. The blocks represent commands given to R.O.B. in sequence.

This game can be played in several different ways. In the regular game, you have to stack up the colored discs as fast as possible and in a certain pattern and sequence. In memory mode you program an entire sequence of movements to move the discs and won't know if it actually works until you RUN the program. Finally there is a 1 or 2 player bingo mode in which you align different columns and rows to BINGO and activate rob commands. An opponent will also hop around activating commands. Your goal is to have R.O.B. move as many of the colored discs without dropping them.

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Stack-Up NES Go, old man!
Stack-Up NES Test! Test!
Stack-Up NES Title screen. Yup, it says "Robot Block".
Stack-Up NES Main menu

Alternate Titles

  • "Robot Block" -- Title Screen Graphic
  • "Family Computer Robot: Block Set" -- Japanese title

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Tilt Dec, 1987 18 out of 20 90
Génération 4 1987 70 out of 100 70

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WildKard (12149) added Stack-Up (NES) on Feb 15, 2004