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Tetrobot 是世界上最受歡迎、最可靠的機器人,但他並不完美。這就是為什麼,我 - Maya,為他打造了一個迷你小兄弟 - Psychobot。 幫我引導 Psy 通過 Tetrobot 內部的齒輪和電路吧:藉由吞下方塊物質並將它們吐出的方式,我們可以修理任何事物。你必須了解輸送管、雷射、風扇以及其他電子裝置是如何運作,學習如何改變史萊姆的化學屬性並收集你在過程中所發現的記憶方塊。 世界各地的 Tetrobot 擁有者只能依靠我們,因為只有我們能夠修復他們珍貴的機器人。 喜歡動腦的玩家不能錯過的純解謎遊戲。 超過 50 個關卡以及許多秘密等著您來解開。
發售日: 2013 年 10 月 22 日
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評論

“Tetrobot and Co. is fresh, cute, and bloody hard.”
Rock, Paper, Shotgun

“A diabolically clever level design that constantly renews itself.”
8/10 – Gamekult

“Tetrobot & Co. was a unique game to play through. Its charming style kept me relaxed as I challenged my mind with each level.”
4,5/5 – Broken Cartridge

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Tetrobot 是世界上最受歡迎、最可靠的機器人,但他並不完美。這就是為什麼,我 - Maya,為他打造了一個迷你小兄弟 - Psychobot。

幫我引導 Psy 通過 Tetrobot 內部的齒輪和電路吧:藉由吞下方塊物質並將它們吐出的方式,我們可以修理任何事物。你必須了解輸送管、雷射、風扇以及其他電子裝置是如何運作,學習如何改變史萊姆的化學屬性並收集你在過程中所發現的記憶方塊。

世界各地的 Tetrobot 擁有者只能依靠我們,因為只有我們能夠修復他們珍貴的機器人。

  • 喜歡動腦的玩家不能錯過的純解謎遊戲。
  • 超過 50 個關卡以及許多秘密等著您來解開。
  • 由 Morusque(Knytt Stories、Saira、Blocks That Matter、Exodus)所作的原創配樂。
  • 看看在《Blocks That Matter》15 年後,Tetrobot、Alexey、Markus 以及 Maya 變成了什麼樣子。

  • Steam 工作坊:建立您自己的謎題,只要一個按鍵就可將它們和其他玩家分享。
  • Steam 成就:為熱血玩家帶來更大的挑戰。
  • Steam 雲端:在家裡開始遊戲,然後在上班時破關(如果您夠小心的話)。

系統需求 (PC)

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP
    • Processor: Pentium 4 3 Ghz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: integrated supporting Shader Model 2.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: integrated chipset
    • Additional Notes: Xbox 360 Controller Supported
    Recommended:
    • OS: Windows 7
    • Processor: i5
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: dedicated hardware supporting Shader model 3.0
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: integrated

系統需求 (MAC)

    Minimum:
    • OS: MacOS 10.7
    • Processor: Core i5
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: integrated supporting Shader Model 2.0
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: integrated chipset
    • Additional Notes: running on our Mac Mini 2011 model, Controller Supported and may require in game configuration

Linux 系統需求

    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04
    • Processor: Core i5
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: integrated supporting Shader Model 2.0
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: integrated chipset
    • Additional Notes: Controller Supported and may require in game configuration and specific drivers
具參考價值的客戶評論
8 人之中有 6 人(75%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
14.7 記錄時數
Tetrobot is a pure puzzler that does everything right! It has simple controls that let you quickly move around the puzzle, a polished learning curve, lots of interesting interactions, and an undo button. The difficulty of the (semi) optional collectible puzzles can get insanely hard, but the solutions always feel fair. Great music, great art, and cute menus. My one complaint is that the story never really makes sense.

I usually like shorter games (this took me 14 hours to complete), but I feel like I enjoyed every minute of it. It's one of the best puzzle games I've played in a very long time.
張貼於:05 月 18 日
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6 人之中有 4 人(67%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
29.8 記錄時數
Smooth evolution of Blocks That Matter and its ideas.

It’s about:
- solving puzzles with blocks made from different materials (wood, sand, glass, stone and etc.);
- the core of each puzzle is collecting, throwing blocks, build a different figures from them or interact with level’s environment using properties of blocks’ material: wood isn’t immune to fire, sand transforms into glass and ice (water) into steam after heating, steel is pulled by magnet and etc.

Why you should play this:
- you’ve played Blocks That Matter, you like it and want more;
- it has better graphic than Blocks, supports high screen resolution, offers nice soundtrack and finally you are using mouse for controlling;
- you like puzzles, but Blocks looks too obsolete for you and you would prefer to play modern version of this game;
- it contains witty remarks about renown people (writers, inventors) and, of course, about the most famous cheat code of the game industry you might have to google what is “Super Konami code” to beat the last level.

Why you may not like play this:
- it’s just a pure gameplay – there’s no deep complicated story or global campaign for saving the world;
- you don’t like puzzles;
- more you are playing, more difficult puzzles seems to be – it’s not true at all, your brain just become tired: give it a break otherwise you will find yourself rather frustrated by the fact that you can’t find a solution.

Nice training for your brains to keep them in good shape.
張貼於:04 月 21 日
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5 人之中有 3 人(60%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
3.5 記錄時數
Tetrobot and Co. Is a beautiful platform where you play as a robot in a testing facility built by a scientists where you do tests such as consuming blocks of wood and dropping them on platform. Now, WASD, not to move. To move it click where you want. But so far I really enjoy it. I really don't regret spending 5$ on this at all. It's one of the best non-violent platformers and puzzlers that really challenges your brain and makes you think. If I were you, I'd buy this wonderful game RIGHT NOW! 11/10
張貼於:05 月 22 日
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5 人之中有 3 人(60%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
12.8 記錄時數
This is an absolutely fantastic puzzle game. For those whom played blocks that matter and didn't like the platforming aspect, don't worry, this doesn't have any platforming to speak of. The only related things in the game are the characters and the use of blocks.

The game actually controls through point and click mechanics, moving your character from place to place through just clicking there. The games main focus is using a combination of different blocks which interact with eachother in different ways, in orde to solve a puzzle. Placing blocks involves you shooting them out instead of using the tetronimo mechanic from the last one. Each block has specific functions hinted to ingame once you find them. The game constantly throws new block types at you, as well as special new funtions, mixing things up. They continued to throw new mechanics all the way to the end of the game, and all of them felt well implemented.

You're main objectives in a level consist of two things; getting to the end, and collecting the memory blocks. You can beat a level without getting all chips, but in order to progress to certain stages, you'll need to obtain the memory blocks. You'll also need to 100% a section to unlock the bonus stage for keys to the small boss puzzle stages (using the term "boss" lightly, as it is really a series of puzzles).

The game features no way to die, and if you do mess up a puzzle, there is always an undo button to push things back to where you need them in an instant. The game never felt tedious or boring; always throwing new ideas and puzzles types your way. The puzzles, while challenging, never felt too easy, or too hard. The game also never feels the need to hold your hand at any given point.

The only flaw that I can think of is that there is a bonus challenge later in the game which requires knowledge of the konami code, but it's not required, and is overall a terribly minor flaw on an otherwise great puzzle game.

To me it was worth every single cent. If you are even remotely into puzzle games, I highly reccomend it.
張貼於:08 月 5 日
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6 人之中有 2 人(33%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
37.1 記錄時數
this game is good that eveyone should get it
張貼於:06 月 13 日
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40 人之中有 35 人(88%)認為這篇評論有參考價值
4.3 記錄時數
More information on this game on BrokenCartridge: http://www.brokencartridge.net/indie-spotlight-tetrobot-co-2/

Score: 4.5/5

In Tetrobot & Co. you play as a Psychobot, a microscopic robot made by a scientist named Maya, which is here to aid the Tetrobot. While at this point the Tetrobot is the most popular and best robot around, it is not immune to problems. The Psychobot’s job is to go into Tetrobot and fix whatever problems my lay inside.

So what exactly do you do in this game? Well, you move blocks. Blocks that matter, to be specific. The game follows an extremely similar style of logic and mechanics that Blocks that Matter does, since they both play out in the same universe. The goal is to maneuver throughout the Tetrobot, finding as many pieces of memory that you can along with getting to the end. Unlike the puzzle platformer style of game play the previous game had, this plays more like it is on a grid. The Psychobot flies through Tetrobots to wherever it needs to be.

Fixing a Tetrobot isn’t easy, though. It is actually quite the puzzle, as they get a lot of blocks clogged up into their system. You have to manipulate these blocks so that you can continue on through certain passage ways and areas. Blocks connect to blocks of the same matter. So stone will connect to stone, wood will connect to wood, and so on. Knowing how to correctly stack blocks will be very helpful for maneuvering through these levels.

It is never hard to relax and play this game. Everything about the game is very soothing. If you would like you can slowly make your way through each puzzle, taking your time and taking in everything the game has to offer. Just as Blocks that Matter was, this game is very charming. I always manage to have a smile on my face when playing through it, either it be the satisfaction of solving the puzzles or even just picking up on some of the funny references they have to different games, books, movies, and music!

The pacing in the game is pretty nice as well. In total there are 8 sections in the game, each containing 5 normal levels and one key level. Each section slowly adds new mechanics, making game play more complicated yet all the more fun. You never feel overloaded on all of the things you have to learn or solve, but it never drags on either. The Tetrobots act as the sections, each having their own issues. Either they be flooded with water or even frozen! Each Tetrobot’s problem will advance and change the game play, which makes for an excellent thrill when going into a new section.

Besides the overall satisfaction of being able to solve some of these complicated puzzles, the game really helps you feel rewarded for your efforts to progress through the game. There are a lot of cool and interesting unlockables from not only completing the puzzles but collecting the 3 memory blocks there are in each level. Either it is more pieces to the story, a few extra levels, or a collection of all of the soothing songs available. You really have this drive to continue playing through the game.

Tetrobot & Co. was a unique game to play through. Its charming style kept me relaxed as I challenged my mind with each level. Swing Swing Submarine really has a way with puzzle games. If you really enjoy puzzle games then I highly suggest you give this one a try.

If you want some video footage going a tad more in depth on how it plays, then make sure you check out my video on it!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tzGwF68Jbk8&feature=youtu.be


張貼於:2013 年 11 月 25 日
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