There’s a big secret at Dr. Hugo’s Factory for Making Robots. When the inventors aren’t looking, their tiny robots go on big adventures! It all starts when Zander - possibly the world’s most absent-minded inventor - trips over a metal box buried outside the factory. When no-one can figure out how to open it, the robots sneak out and try it for themselves in Puzzle Bots, a fun and exciting Puzzle game.
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Of course, it's all fun and games until he and his friends end up stumbling across a secret that one person will do anything to keep Not sure how I missed this game when it came out. I was having so much fun helping the bots get out of their various scrapes, I wanted to continue with it. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Melia1 from So much fun to play! I might have preferred more interaction with the humans in the group; clearly the stars of the show are the miniature robots, and they do the job well, but we're supposed to care about what happens to their human counterparts as well. Gameplay is simple to pick up, using the mouse to interact with the screen, and various icons pop up whenever you move will let you know what will happen if you click there. Some of the inventors simply do not get enough screen time, which is a shame since they're almost always funny when they're around. The graphics aren't brilliant, but it does have it's own quirky charm. Analysis: Although the focus here is on solving the various puzzles instead of interacting with other characters, which is a departure from previous titles from the developers, Puzzle Bots still features a lot of dialogue. Hilarious storyline and tons of fun. And Doctor Hugo may be up to something more sinister than creating the world's most fabulous lab coat. Rated 5 out of 5 by Demiguise from Do you know where your bots are?
The whole thing is colourful, charming, and packaged with an appropriately bouncy soundtrack. There are other robots that can do different things with the objects. The graphics aren't brilliant, but it does have it's own quirky charm. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Melia1 from So much fun to play! You've got Ultrabot, who is the best at pushing things. While originally created to "do chores", each robot will come in handy as you attempt to solve a wide variety of weird puzzles to progress. Your goals won't always be clearly outlined, so it's important that you take a cue from Hero and get out there and explore. The game is filled with dialogues between the robots, which take place in Dr. Unfortunately, when you do find yourself stuck on some of the weirder puzzles, you'll come to realise that the hint button isn't as helpful as you might hope. Although you initially only have control over Hero, as the other inventors complete their work new robots are added to the group, all with their own special abilities. The storyline is great. I only wish the creator of this game would create more of the same.
Not sure how I missed this game when it came out. Has to be one of the best games, I've ever downloaded from Big Fish Games. Great relaxing game and the plot was genuinely entertaining. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Melia1 from So much fun to play! The whole thing is colourful, charming, and packaged with an appropriately bouncy soundtrack. I'd be the first in line to get them. Puzzle bots is broken it seems like because i bought the game a year ago and the game just went black screen when i opened it i waited exactly an hour! You're lucky you're cute, robot. Most of it very funny. Such as one of my favourite scenes involving opening a window despite the fear that "nature might get in". Kelvin, who is the best at setting things on fire although he'd really rather not be. Looking forward to a sequel! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by cianistarle from Great game! The innuendo and kissing detracted from the game. I might have preferred more interaction with the humans in the group; clearly the stars of the show are the miniature robots, and they do the job well, but we're supposed to care about what happens to their human counterparts as well.