10 Little Robots

aka: Kinderama, MacRobots
Moby ID: 74113

Description official description

Ten Little Robots is an educational game for preschoolers. It teaches math and computer use and consists of five activities that all involve robots:

  • The Robot Story: An interactive rhyme where the story is read out and the player has to fill in how many robots are still remaining.
  • Letter Match: The game shows a letter and the player has to locate it on the keyboard and press it.
  • Count The Robots: A number of robots are shown and the player has to count them and enter the right number.
  • Robot Addition: The player has to answer simple addition problems by entering the right sum.
  • Robot Drawing (8-bit version only): A drawing game where the player moves a robot between paint pots of different colors and can freely draw on the screen.
  • Robot Construction (16-bit version only): The player gets to build a robot by choosing from different parts. First, a body is chosen, and then heads, legs, and arms can be selected in any order.


Credits (Commodore 64 version)

4 People

Program Design by
  • June Stark (for use in her Kinderlab at The Computer Learning Center for Children)
Programmed by
Commodore 64 version by
Package art and design by


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Game added by Kabushi.

Game added August 14, 2015. Last modified March 9, 2023.