Toy Bot Diaries
Toy Bot Diaries
1.3

5.0

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Toy Bot Diaries1.3

14 November 2008

Side-scrolling platform action game.

Overview

Toy Bot Diaries...icon Tiny Toy Bot has awakened within a strange machine and now he needs your help! Use Toy Bot's handy grappling hook and magnet boots to navigate him through environments teeming with physics-based challenges as he plunges into an unfamiliar world.

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2 Reviews of Toy Bot Diaries

5
Mueli�
23 August 2008
Version: 1.0

Most helpful

Ladies and gentlemen, the first "true" iPhone game on the market has arrived: - Excellent use of tilt controls (which control the Toy Bot forwards and backwards. - Excellent use of touch controls, allowing the Toy Bot to "swing" and to use its magnetic boots to climb walls and traverse ceilings. While the gameplay from start to finish might be considered brief, this title will keep you totally engaged for at least a couple of hours. At a cost of $3.99, it's well worth the price. What's more, this is merely the first "episode" -- with at least a few more to come. So, go ahead: Download and enjoy the first real platformer for the iPhone!
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Sjj-public
25 August 2008
Version: 1.0
I've read the reviews and I know this game would be great (while it lasted), and the price is only $3.99, but I'm just not sure that a game that only lasts an hour or so is worth even that price. Yep, the game developer has said it was designed to take about 1 hour to complete. I'm just not sure I want to support that kind of pricing/value scheme. I think spending $5 on a game that has unlimited replay value (or at least a game that lasts *much* longer) is a much more sensible purchase. I think a game that only lasts for an hour should cost no more than 99 cents. The next game is suppose to offer longer play time. If the price is the same for it I'll probably start with that one instead. If they charge more for it, I'll continue looking elsewhere.
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5
Mueli�
23 August 2008
Version: 1.0
Ladies and gentlemen, the first "true" iPhone game on the market has arrived: - Excellent use of tilt controls (which control the Toy Bot forwards and backwards. - Excellent use of touch controls, allowing the Toy Bot to "swing" and to use its magnetic boots to climb walls and traverse ceilings. While the gameplay from start to finish might be considered brief, this title will keep you totally engaged for at least a couple of hours. At a cost of $3.99, it's well worth the price. What's more, this is merely the first "episode" -- with at least a few more to come. So, go ahead: Download and enjoy the first real platformer for the iPhone!
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