|JJ - 22/08/2016|
Heavily inspired by Miner 2049'er, but the different levels and obstacles keep both games feeling distinct.
|Atariteca - 21/08/2016|
They have just release a version for PC users. It can be downloaded for free from http://goo.gl/tlpWYy
|Tommi - 17/12/2013|
Great game, we played with c-64, for countles hours.
|Daniel Thomas MacInnes - 10/05/2011|
A bloody fantastic videogame and one of the all-time greats for the Atari 800. Some of the best graphics and color on the system, always entertaining, and the level editor alone kept me glued to the monitor for years. This is another one of those games you could bring back almost untouched. A perfect 10!
|FastRobPlus - 31/03/2009|
Pretty sure I will be buying an iPhone verison soon!
|Gwobby - 28/03/2009|
Hi Ron, thanks for creating such wonderful games. We've just played Mr Robot on the AtariAge forum's 8-bit High Score Contest: http://www.atariage.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=138387
|Ron Rosen - 28/03/2009|
WOW. 20 years later you guys still talk about these games? Pretty sure Im gonna do an iPhone version. Thanks for keeping it alive!!!
|kris - 23/08/2008|
At first glance, just a standard run'n jump game, but actually one of the best ever for the 800. Items were positioned in just such a way to allow the levels to be completed - kind of like an "Incredible Machine" well ahead of its time. The construction set was awesome too - all of my creations involved hundreds of trampolines! Fantastic game!
|Liz Still - 19/08/2008|
I absolutly loved this game - do you know where I can get a copy of this game. I still have my old Atari 800XL & the Disk Drive 1080 and would love to get the floppy disk of this - I have been looking for this for years and havent managed to locate one - any help would be much appreciated :o)
|Tibby - 01/12/2006|
I remember this game from my "younger days" and I have to say that this was one of my ABSOLUTE FAVORITES! Extremely fun, and it allows for tons of creativity. I highly recommend it!
|Dave Grieser - 02/07/2004|
Play value is excellent. Design your own game from scratch, makes the play unlimited. Very addicting, and you can skip to whatever level you want. Non-Linear. Great Game!!
| Electronic Fun · March, 1984||Rating: 3.5 / 4 |
The full name of this Datamost epic is Mr. Robot and His Robot Factory, but it could be subtitled Bounty Bob Meets Lee Iacocca or Auto Worker 2049er. The game play is a direct ripoff of Miner 2049er - cover all the ground on each screen, eat energizers and annihilate aliens. There are three important improvements, though, which make Mr. Robot a standout by... [more]