Orborun is a 3D action skill run & roll game! Control your Orbot, avoid the obstacles and escape the hazardous Orbo-world. More than 100 levels, local co-op multiplayer, feeling of speed and twisted levels in haste/puzzle and hazard shaped different worlds makes this game fun to play for ages!
User reviews: Positive (20 reviews)
Release Date: Sep 5, 2014
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August 28

Thank you for making this happen!

Orborun is launching on Steam thanks to you!

We are making 25% discount for the launch, grab it early and enjoy some of requested features, like: local co-op multi-player mode and game-pad support!

Also, if you want some different style game-play - try other worlds early, now you can feel a little taste of Puzzle and Hazard worlds from beginning of the game!

Sorry for keeping you waiting,

Enjoy and let us know what you think!

Tiny Lab Productions team

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About This Game

Orborun is a 3D action skill run & roll game!

Control your Orbot to collect the goods, avoid the obstacles and escape the hazardous Orbo-world. Complete levels on perfect run to get more bonus. More than 100 levels, local co-op multiplayer, feeling of speed and adrenaline, twisted levels in haste/puzzle and hazard shaped different worlds and cool Orbot skins makes this game fun to play for ages!

Players have mentioned that Orborun gameplay would be perfect on PC, fast-paced action is just made for game-pad controller. Today Orborun gets a huge upgrade, new features, special effects, quality boost and much more so that PC players could rediscover the rolling games genre again!


- Fast paced, fun & uber challenging
- Rediscover the rolling ball games genre
- Local co-op mode to play with your friends
- Game pad support
- 100+ various and rich levels in 3 robotic environments
- 3 different robots with 27 cool Orbots skins to unlock


Some users reported issues with garbled video on Mac OS X. Updating your drivers (https://support.steampowered.com/kb_article.php?ref=1244-WEJN-0804) usually helps, however if it does not, launch Orborun in windowed mode.

To select video options (custom resolution, windowed mode, etc.) hold ALT key (Option key if you are on Mac) while launching the game.

System Requirements

    • OS: XP or later
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: pretty much any card
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • OS: OS X 10.6 or later
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: pretty much any card
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
    • OS: Ubuntu 12.04 or later
    • Memory: 1024 MB RAM
    • Graphics: pretty much any card
    • Hard Drive: 600 MB available space
Helpful customer reviews
21 of 25 people (84%) found this review helpful
3.3 hrs on record
Orborun is a game that requires skill. It’s a game that can easily be picked up and played for a couple of minutes but it can also be played for hours on end. The kind of game anyone can enjoy. It’s a game about a running (and rolling; or vice versa) robot and your goal is to set the best time and have the highest score.

This isn’t one of those puzzle games that desperately feels like it has to tell you a story just in order to make sense of it all. The game has several modes - Haste, Puzzle and Hazard – and each mode seems to have 15 levels. A new category will unlock as soon as you finish one of these. So finishing Haste will unlock Haste 2, which has more obstacles and is generally more difficult. As you probably would’ve guessed already each mode is focused on something specific. So Haste focuses on speed, Puzzle focuses on getting as many points as possible while sometimes figuring out where to go and by flipping switches and Hazard is focused on avoiding obstacles and falling down holes. Of course, your main goal is to still set the best time and score.
Overall the levels are enjoyable and require good skills and timing. Finishing a level will also earn you coins that can be used in the in-game store to buy cosmetic items for your robot.

The game gradually introduces some new objects every few levels like ramps, walls and portals.
It makes the game more interesting and difficult at the same time. The camera does get in the way of the action sometimes and I think it would’ve helped if it was placed just a tad higher.
Collision detection is also a bit flaky; some of the levels require that you bounce off of walls in order to make a left or right, but bouncing straight into the wall will reset you to the last checkpoint. Confusing and frustrating. So you have to move slightly to the left/right before crashing into it. I understand that the robot isn’t built for high speed crashes but if you implement a mechanic like this you have to ignore these kinds of things if you ask me.
The game also doesn’t always register when you pick up (collide with) an item. I’ve had several times that I was 100% sure I picked something up but the game didn’t process it. For me it’s not that big of a deal but if you want to set the high score then it most certainly is.

Graphics wise the game is simple. Simple but pretty. The robot is well animated and textured, and the way it morphs into a ball (or the other way around) will look good and cool to anyone who likes Transformers.
The level design on the other hand is a bit uninspired. The level is set in a gigantic cube with lots of platforms and each of the game’s categories has one primary color. Haste uses a lot of blue colors, Puzzle has an orange colored look and Hazard uses a good amount of green. It’s certainly distinctive.
But then again, the colors aren’t the problem; it’s the fact that the levels feel a bit empty. There’s nothing happening in the background. You can argue with me here and tell me that this is for serious gamers that don’t want to be distracted, but then I’d say that any serious gamer could probably look past those things. I don’t want to see a level full with animated stuff, but a few things wouldn’t have hurt.
The soundtrack is electronic and it usually has a good, solid beat. You’ll probably have heard all of it after just a few levels, but I guess most of you won’t even notice because you’ll be too focused on finishing a level. The sounds effects are kept to a minimum and can usually only be heard by collecting items, or by the occasional crash into an object (which is rare).

Orborun isn’t a very long game. A level usually takes less than a minute to complete. If you can complete it in one turn, that is. A lot of the levels will definitely take a few tries in order to complete them and if you’re a true completionist than it will take you many tries more. Since there are 6 categories consisting on 15 levels each the game should take you at least 90 minutes to complete. And that’s a best case scenario. I think you should add at least a couple of hours more if you want to be truly accurate. And afterwards there are still the Bonus levels to be completed. So all in all there’s a good amount of value to be found here.

Orborun doesn’t really reinvent the wheel but what’s there is (mostly) solid, and fun. Sure, there’s always room for improvement but anyone looking for a game to set a new record (time and/or points) will have a blast with this one.

[Rating: 75/100]
Posted: September 5
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6 of 8 people (75%) found this review helpful
0.8 hrs on record
First impression it would be easy going game, but after few levels the game involves you, levels are going harder and bad words are flowing out from your mouth when you can't succeed the level. It's funny and fast game, especially who loves to play arcade games, they have to try. They will be involved too.
Posted: September 6
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9 of 16 people (56%) found this review helpful
0.6 hrs on record
Not a particularly fun game. The controls are surprisingly sluggish for a game that requires a good amount of precision. Also, there is a wall-bouncing mechanic that is infuriating. If you don't hit a wall at just the right angle, you simply die instead of bouncing off it. This sounds like fairly common sense, but the way it's implemented with slow turning in the game doesn't work well.
Posted: September 9
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2 of 3 people (67%) found this review helpful
2.2 hrs on record
This game glitches out too often for me to reccomend this to anyone. When using a controller you can't even control the stearing and after a while it just wants to go right permanently or left. I see some potential but right now this is a broken game.
Posted: September 28
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3 of 5 people (60%) found this review helpful
0.2 hrs on record
This is a horrible game. The controls are incredibly simplistic (turn left, turn right - that's it), many of the puzzles require guesswork (which portal leads where?) and the graphics are just plain awful for a game released in 2014. It's obviously a mobile game, and might have been fun on a phone or a tablet, but it's painful on a computer. You should go play something like Marble Blast Gold or Spectraball instead, if you're bent on playing a ball-rolling game.

TL;DR: Bad controls, graphics, gameplay. Avoid.
Posted: September 28
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