Puzzle Bots is a point-and-click adventure game about a group of tiny robots. It builds on the concept of the 2008 freeware adventure Nanobots by the same developer. The robots have been constructed by inventors at Dr. Hugo’s Factory for Making Robots. Each has a speciality, for instance Bomchelle is a female robot that throws (tiny, pink) bombs and Kelvin can heat stuff. But whenever the inventors aren’t looking, the robots escape their dome and go on an adventure in the factory.
One day they stumble onto an evil plan Dr. Hugo has in mind for the factory. They have to solve the mystery before he stops them in their tracks. The player takes control of each of the robots in turn, switching freely between them to get past the various hurdles.
Credits (Windows version)
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|Original Game Design
|Character Animation (Humans)
|Character Animation (Robots)
|Verb and Inventory Icons
|Robot Behavior Programming
|Credits Module By
|Queued Speech Module By
|Poster Art By
|Bonus Robot Art
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Average score: 78% (based on 10 ratings)
Average score: 3.6 out of 5 (based on 5 ratings with 1 reviews)
* It's refreshingly light with a general storyline and simple plotline.
The robot/human humour can be quiet hilarious in content.
All the Puzzles are really easy to solve though.
* It is a rather short game in overall length.
Don't expect a lot of freedom to 'stray from the path'.
There are a few nagging minor bugs in the game so watch out.
The Bottom Line
If you're after quick and fun game with easy to solve puzzles than this title is for you. Some of the characters can be a real hoot, but the voice acting isn't anything special. Good product but don't expect any replay value afterwards.
Windows · by EnergizedTurkey (2) · 2016
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Game added May 10, 2010. Last modified December 4, 2023.