Asimov is a lowly service mechanoid aboard the interstellar colony ship Eidolon. Carrying hundreds of frozen human colonists to a new world. When the Eidolon's computer brain malfunctions, it falls to Asimov to undertake a perilous journey through the bowels of the massive ship to save his robot friends and the precious human cargo. Mr.
User reviews: Mostly Positive (42 reviews)
Release Date: Jan 10, 2007
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Asimov is a lowly service mechanoid aboard the interstellar colony ship Eidolon. Carrying hundreds of frozen human colonists to a new world. When the Eidolon's computer brain malfunctions, it falls to Asimov to undertake a perilous journey through the bowels of the massive ship to save his robot friends and the precious human cargo.

Mr. Robot is a 3D action-puzzle-adventure-rpg. Inspired by classic filmation games such as Knight Lore and Alien8 and mixed with 'Ghost Hack' — an abstract RPG in which the player hacks into computer terminals and battles defensive computer programs.

  • Over 200 beautifully realised (yet perilous!) rooms.
  • Over 20 different enemies.
  • 7 friendly robots to aid you in your quest.
  • Hack hostile networks in 'ghost hack'.
  • Solve puzzles.
  • Numerous medals to unlock.
  • Discover what has caused all the problems onboard the starship.
  • Rescue your robot friends and the sleeping human crew and save the mission.

System Requirements

    • Supported OS: Windows or ROBO-OS 3000
    • Processor: Pentium III 800 MHz or level 5 Cyber Brain
    • Memory: 256Mb Free System Memory
    • Hard disk space: 120Mb
    • DirectX version: DirectX 9.0c
    • Video: Vertex Shader capable Graphics Accelerator
    • Sound: Any DirectSound compatible hardware
    • Controller: Any DirectInput compatible controller
Helpful customer reviews
1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
36.0 hrs on record
Great little Indie Game, mix of puzzler and RPG with two very different game modes.

Steam unfortunately doesn't include the level editor.

FYI as long as you're willing to die occaisionally no grinding needed.
Posted: June 22
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0 of 3 people (0%) found this review helpful
1.8 hrs on record
There's a lot to like about this game, but platforming in the isometric view was a pain. And when you solve a puzzle with a lot of block pushing, then botch the platforming and die, it resets all the blocks. Who has time for that? If you're fairly skilled or very patient, go ahead and try it - it's cool when it's not frustrating.
Posted: April 30
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11 of 11 people (100%) found this review helpful
13.1 hrs on record
A nice little indie production that creates an alloy of traditional JRPG and puzzle solving in the spirit of games such as Solstice for the NES.

The exploration and puzzle solving all takes place inside the massive space ship. As a maintenance droid the player possesses no weapons to defend himself and has to overcome adversity by problem solving and navigation skills. Some of the jumping puzzles can be agrevating but nothing that feels unfair.

The combat system comes into play whenever a security door or an opponent needs to be hacked. The electronic avatar of the player character Asimov possesses the capability to attack the security measures of the system he hacks. Over the course of his adventures he rescues a vide range of avatars that has lost their robotic bodies. They complement Asimovs Jack-of-all-Trades skills with their specialities.

There is not much innovation about the combat compared to some of the more popular Japanese RPGs out there but it does it job well and achieves enough strategic depth for the entertainment value in a product of this size.

The way the game is set up it is possible to solve many puzzles forcefully by hacking most of the opposition making the actual puzzle solving alot easier. A welcome function for players that dont favour jumping skills or the puzzles them selves.

Playtime is between 5 to 15 hours depending on how thorough the ship is searched.
Posted: November 27, 2013
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
14.6 hrs on record
Mr. Robot is pretty awesome. It's a strange combo of oldschool isometric platform game à la 8-bit games like Head Over Heels, and JRPG style fights.
Posted: December 2, 2013
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4 of 5 people (80%) found this review helpful
47.9 hrs on record
A great game, a wonderfull story and well executed.... I wish we had more games like this : ))
Posted: February 18
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