Stupid fun. That’s how we’ll sell a purchase and download of Robotry! to you.
Available to purchase and download right now on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, Nintendo Switch and PC via Steam, Robotry! (with that ! in tow) comes from the development team at Lockpickle, as they provide gamers with the chance to take in a physics-based platformer, controlling a baby robot as they go.
Standard fare you may think, but you’ll need to teach this little toddler the way of life, walking, jumping, climbing, parkouring as you acrobatically move through the world ahead. The thing is, baby robot is basically just baby legs – and you’ll have to work your thumbstick controls to ensure that this little dude is well cared for, each assigned to a different leg.
Getting around this world is going to be seriously tricky, but by taking the smallest of steps, you’ll soon find yourself flying around with the greatest of ease. Whether that’s the case as you move from the solo play to that of local co-op or not will be a different matter. Just be aware that this may cause friendships to end and families to be torn apart.
Tempted? You’ll find Robotry! comes with the following features…
- The main story is available as both single player and local co-op.
- You can play the co-op mode with multiple robots, or players can control different legs of the same robot!
- Throw around heebos, they don’t mind!
- Customise your robots!
- Collect secrets and explore the HUB, your sandbox-like spaceship playground!
The trailer for Robotry! is below. Give that a watch and if you’re tempted into a purchase, just head straight to your favoured digital store. The Xbox Store is ours, letting us play Robotry! on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S. It’s also on Switch and PC through Steam.
A physics-based platformer without a jump button. Walk, jump, climb and parkour by directly controlling each leg of a confused baby robot. Go from a glitching toddler to a somersaulting acrobat in the story mode, or share a multi-legged robot with your friends for extra chaos! Robotry! is played with a gamepad. Each analog stick controls one leg of your robot. The body of the robot balances itself automatically. You can walk by taking alternating steps, or jump by pushing against the ground. Grabbing, throwing, kicking, climbing and cranking are also all built upon direct physics-based control.