Dodge flamers breathing scorching fires and deactivate paralyzing Tesla machines as you guide wacky robots trapped in treacherous labyrinths to the exit! Plan each escape with precision as every single robot shares linked controls hindering a simple escape plan, even for the creators of the game!
User reviews: Positive (23 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 11, 2014
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“For those looking for a challenging brain teaser with a unique twist, look no further.”
80% – The Palace Of Wisdom

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About This Game


Dodge flamers breathing scorching fires and deactivate paralyzing Tesla machines as you guide wacky robots trapped in treacherous labyrinths to the exit! Plan every escape with precision and execute each action with cautiousness as the synchronized movement of the robots hinders a simple plan! Unravel over 100 levels of challenging robotic fun in this unique and quirky puzzler!


Join forces with a buddy and use each other’s robots to help one another escape from these obstacle-ridden mazes in Co-op Mode! Be careful! As soon as one robot goes astray it’s GAME OVER for the both of you!

And if you're feeling a little competitive, then take the logic battle to a whole new level and fight it out to the finish line in Compete Mode! Race on two identical but separate maps and test each other’s quick-thinking skills to see whose robots will escape the maze first all in one piece!


Step into the shoes of the developers and become the brain behind the puzzles with the additional feature of Map Editor. Utilize all elements and objects, select from different worlds and then upload your master creations online to share with the rest of the Robot Rescue community for even more puzzles to crack!

The Palace of Wisdom:
“For those looking for a challenging brain teaser with a unique twist, look no further.”

“It is worth its price and you can get a lot of pad smashing, swear word creating fun out of it. Worth a look for sure.”


  • Unique mechanics with simultaneous control over ALL robots
  • Over 100 mind-bending levels in three tantalizing worlds!
  • Beautiful bright graphics designed for 1080p
  • One-Player and Two-Player modes (compete or co-op)
  • Map editor with online sharing, compatible with PSN
  • Steam Leaderboards, Achievements & Trading Cards!
  • Full controller support

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP or newer
    • Processor: Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 3.00GHz or similar AMD Athlon 64
    • Memory: 1500 MB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct3D 10 capable video card (NVIDIA® Geforce 8800 GT or AMD® Radeon™ HD 3870 or above) with at least 512 MB video memory. Some low-end integrated cards may not work.
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible Audio
    • OS: Windows Vista or newer
    • Processor: Core 2 Duo or similar AMD Athlon X2
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Direct3D 11 capable video card (NVIDIA® Geforce GTS 450 or AMD® Radeon™ HD 5670 or above) with at least 512 MB video memory. Low-end integrated and laptop cards are not recommended.
    • DirectX: Version 10
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX 9 Compatible Audio
Helpful customer reviews
17 of 19 people (89%) found this review helpful
2.1 hrs on record
Posted: July 11
My first impressions of Robot Rescue Revolution... it's basically a puzzle game. All the robots move at the same time, so you must be careful when you make a move, not to move a robot into a trap. Try to avoid all dangers and lead all the robots to the exit. Well, that's the game in a nutshell. There are quite a lot of mechanics that make the game interesting and challenging. It starts off easy, with 15 tutorial levels, where you're introduced to all the game's obstacles and objects. And, of course, it gets harder while you progress. The game looks cheerful, with vibrant, colorful graphics. It makes good use of Steam features such as Steam Cloud, achievements, leaderboards and Trading Cards. It supports Big Picture and has full controller support. I use a XBox 360 controller, works like a charm. It also has an ingame level editor, were you can create and share your own levels. I got the game for free but I don't have any problems recommending it for the price. It's quite cheap for what you're getting imo.
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14 of 19 people (74%) found this review helpful
1.5 hrs on record
Posted: July 11
Cute little puzzle game! You use one stick to control all robots on screen.So you need to coordinate your escape and free the robots.You need to use robots to open doors and traps then help them escape.Its a very welldone game,bigtime if you have kids! I say if you like Cute Puzzle games or have kids give this one a shot!
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7 of 10 people (70%) found this review helpful
2.3 hrs on record
Posted: July 11
A very nice puzzle game , which remind me of older title such as Binary land where you control multiple Characters at once and must move them all to the exit.

the game come with a Inbuilt level Editor and has a local 2 player mode , the soundtrack is also nice and relaxing.
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7 of 11 people (64%) found this review helpful
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: July 11
This game reminds me of cookies and cream on the PS2. An amazing Puzzler that allows for endless co-op fun. Also singleplayer and co-op have different levels!!!
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 29
Got this game for free long time ago, but decided to give it a try only today.
I was surprised by this game: I have to admit I wasn't expecting much, but instead I found out it is a clever and polished puzzle game that is kinda fun and challenging.
Global leaderboards, coop for some levels and an ingame editor of levels add even more value to this title.
A worth addition, of course only if you like the genre
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
1.1 hrs on record
Posted: December 10
Hey everybody! I work for Grab The Games website and I have done a first look of what this game is all about. So come check it out and let me know what you guys think about the game and my review.
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5 of 11 people (45%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
Posted: July 19
Unfortunately, I cannot recommend this game, even if it does use the Steam additions for games effectively. I got this game for free from voting on Greenlight, but it was 5 months wasted of waiting to see how this turned out. To be honest, I would preferably give this a "decent" option if the Steam Reviews had those, because it wasn't as awful as others I've played, like Pixel Piracy.

The visuals were nice at first, but they got more boring and had the same old cartoony look most platformers I've seen have. Nothing too eye popping for me, but it isn't eye meltingly horrible as other games. Not much to say on the visuals other than it seems to have the same old, cartoony, bland look to it.

The gameplay was actually enjoyable at first, but it really doesn't bring much to the table here. It was solid, the puzzles actually require thinking, and the level maker was pretty fun to use. However, the earlier levels have some kind of huge difficulty spike in them. Yes, I just said they actually require thinking, but it's better if they actualy make them a bit more simple at first, and then have the difficulty go up and up. The difficulty spikes were not fit for a game like this to me, unfortunately. Also, I can't stand hitting Enter every single time I want to restart a level. Why not just use the LMB? It makes life a lot easier, because using Enter just seems like a weird way to do things. In it's defense though, Mass Effect 2 was similar to the style RRR had, and that execution turned out to be not much better. Not much to say, other than the annoying abuse of Enter and the fact nothing was really added to RRR.

The story, well, there isn't really much of one. You save robots for a vague reason. It's straightforward for the most part, but maybe they could've explained the robots' story some more? Pretty vague, but at least it isn't nonexistent.

The audio is probably the best thing to the game, shockingly. I began playing my games with headphones recently to add on to my experiences, and I realized RRR has a pretty impressive main menu song, and the songs that play in the levels sound great, too. I highly praise this game's music. The sound effects also sound nice, but at times, they sound way too loud.

The replayability is hard to determine at the moment (look at my hours) but it does have a level editor, and you can also get levels made by the community in the game's workshop, so that's a good (and rare) thing in a game like this. The high scores seem meaningless, but I was never much for high scores anyway.

A major pro to this game is that it implements the Steam additions effectively. It's one of the main reasons this game gets the "meh" and not the "bad" score. Also, the dev seems to be very generous because they're doing it with other games, too. They're also dedicated to the game, even when it isn't in Early Access. Kudos to them for being dedicated.

In the end, RRR does NOT suck, even with it's plenty of flaws. However, it falls short of being a good, fun, cute game and has too many flaws, and rely heavily on some pretty major things I've only seen few games do. In the end, you could get the game, but you won't have as much of an experience as other puzzle games out there.

Graphics- 6.5/10
Gameplay- 6.5/10
Story- 4.5/10
Audio- 9.0/10
Replayability- 7/10

+Great devs
+Awesome music
+Solid controls
+Uses Steam additions effectively
-Relies too much on the Enter key
-Massive difficulty spikes on some levels
-Annoying and loud sound effects
-Bland visuals
-Has room for a stronger story (Not surprised, but seriously could've had one)
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0 of 3 people (0%) found this review helpful
1.4 hrs on record
Posted: August 13
not bad, nice puzzle game, I like it a lot after tried a few level.

Recommend !

you can purposely kill the robot to fail too, LOL
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3 of 13 people (23%) found this review helpful
2.6 hrs on record
Posted: July 19
EULA is only accessible from inside the game.

Mouse is sluggish.

Tutorial doesn't explain anything. I was sitting there waiting for it to tell me what to do and how to move the robots, nothing. I experimentally used cursor keys and figured out what to do. Next level it said it gives me 45 seconds. No thanks.

I like reviews that say what the game's about, but I can't add anything to what the store page says, the game didn't tell me (see above).
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