Fugazo have just sent over the official press release for their upcoming WiiWare title Frobot, along with a tutorial demo and links to PC and Mac demos of the game. If you've been wanting to see more of what the game has to offer, you'd be hard-pressed to find more information or insight than you will here.
You can check out the Frobot Tutorial Demo video below for a little insight into how the game is played and if you're wanting a little more of a hands-on experience, you can download the Frobot - Mac Demo or the Frobot - PC Demo below.
Imagine if Wii Tanks and the Legend of Zelda had a baby. That baby’s name would be Frobot. Get ready to get down with Frobot on WiiWare, PC, and Mac in Q1 2010.
Play as Frobot and rescue your 6 robot girlfriends who have been mysteriously captured! Fight robots with a wide assortment of weapons such as ricocheting energy blasts, missiles, and mines. Solve physics puzzles using cranes, switches, teleporters, and boxes to rescue your girlfriends from certain doom! The Story Mode features 25 Levels spread across multiple environments such as Frobot’s Disco and the Microshaft Lab.
Each one of Frobot’s girlfriend imbues him with a special power in the battle against evil. You must rescue them all in order to restore your powers and destroy the mysterious enemy who has captured them!
A remote mine that can be used to destroy enemies and obstacles.
A short speed boost useful for evading enemy attacks.
Destroys most enemies and obstacles. Enemies can blow up them up with energy blasts.
A shield that deflects all energy blasts. Useful for attacking, defending, and activating generators.
The disco ball is controlled by the mouse cursor or Wii pointer. Useful for attacking enemies and activating generators.
Up to 4 people can play in this breakdown battle royale! Choose from an assortment of weapons such as energy blasts, missiles, and mines. Then pick from over 10 stages with different obstacles such as destructible walls, moving platforms, and teleporters!
You can also check out the Mac and PC demos below for a taste of what you can expect from the game.
We'll have more information on Frobot as it becomes available, as well as a full review of the game when it hits the WiiWare service.