Bob, like Smith and Jones before him, is an archaeologist treasure-hunter, exploring retro-pixelated dangerous ruins filled with traps and nasty creepy crawlies. Advancing through these ruins, screen by screen, Bob can do one thing and one thing only, activated by the mouse button. In some screens, he throws a boomerang; in others, clicking makes him move. (Conversely, sometimes he moves automatically and clicking makes him stop.) Periodically it can make him climb a ladder, or steer a flying platform higher, or it might activate a jump power gauge to help save him from lava, spikes, a rolling boulder, or bats.

Every half-dozen rooms or so, the basic pattern repeats with greater difficulty; after repeating the cycle a few times it culminates with a boss battle, following which the player is scored according to how few mouse clicks were required to navigate the hero to the story's end.


The Adventures of One Button Bob Browser Jump over the trapdoors while they are closed
The Adventures of One Button Bob Browser Multiple threats in one screen
The Adventures of One Button Bob Browser Riding a platform across hot lava
The Adventures of One Button Bob Browser The bridge disintegrates while you're running over it

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The A.V. Club Mar 08, 2010 A 100
GameZebo Mar 12, 2010 3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars3.5 Stars 70


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Pseudo_Intellectual (60344) added The Adventures of One Button Bob (Browser) on Feb 12, 2010