My dad paid $27.95 for this game.

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — stanleylieber @ 6:12 am June 3, 2010

His girlfriend drew maps of the levels on huge sheets of graph paper.

I preferred Zaxxon, which came for free on a copied floppy disk. It was ported to the Tandy Color Computer by Steve Bjork.

I never drew maps. But I did finish the game.

Robot Wants a Puppy

Filed under: Web Games — Cameron @ 12:15 am

I now have 100% more internets than I had yesterday and I’m trying to get caught back up with what’s happened with the world. A note for all of you internet users out there, if your connection dies and there is an up coming holiday weekend you might as well rent a boat and go fishing cause its not getting fixed anytime soon.   But I digress, you came here for a game and that’s what I’ll give you.

 robot wants puppy


Robot Wants Puppy is a sequel to Robot Wants Kitty, which is another great game you’ll have to play for yourself.  Its obvious that you accomplished the mission of the first game because you are a robot with a cat on his head (sorry to ruin the surprise).  Your goal is to acquire the puppy by unlocking doors and defeating enemies and even defeating bosses to open up the puppy’s cage.




Starting off you have no attacks and limited mobility, and its your job to find power ups and new attack modes (throwing your cat at bad guys to attack them).  You use the arrow keys to move and jump and later on perform special moves.  You progress by finding door keys 1-9 to let you through the corresponding door and finding the next power up or key.  Its a pretty basic puzzle platformer with simple controls but it can get frustratingly hard as the game progresses.  Expect to die…a lot, but unlike most games there is no penalty for dying you just respawn at the nearest spawn point and continue on from there. 

Go on on over to Kongregate to play and sign in to get the achievements.  And if you get stuck hit the jump for a video walkthrough.