2013

Tetrobot and Co. – Early Gameplay #2

Posted on July 3, 2013

In our previous video, we showed you how to control Psychobot, how you can collect and throw blocks of matter and how some blocks interact with each other.

This new gameplay video is a work-in-progress version of levels 2-1 (and 2-2) focused on water, cannons and pipes.

If you are observant, you’ll see golden blocks in this level : those are Memory Blocks. Most of them are hidden or very difficult to access: you’ll have to be clever and explore levels to collect them all. Without those Memory Blocks, you can’t repair the Tetrobots, so you’d better look for them if you want to complete the game.

Again, feel free to tell us what you think about this video in the comments’ section below.

Tetrobot and Co. – Early Gameplay #1

Posted on June 18, 2013

Hi sailors,

The game is not finished yet, we are still adding many sound and visual effects, creating more levels and polishing…well…everything. But we can’t wait no more to share some gameplay video of Tetrobot and Co. with you, so you can see how it looks today and, most importantly, how you’ll control Psychobot.

Feel free to tell us what you think about this video in the comments’ section below.

What’s inside Tetrobot

Posted on May 21, 2013

When you’ll play Tetrobot and Co., you’ll discover how sophisticated the inside of a Tetrobot can be.
Electric arcs, lasers, fans, switches, holograms, doors, water, slime, and blocks of matter : you’ll have to deal with a lot of different elements, learn how everything works and use their physical and chemical properties wisely.

Hopefully, Psychobot, the miscroscopic character of Tetrobot and Co., is extremely powerful, intelligent and (almost) nothing can destroy it. See how smart it looks while exploring a new section of a damaged Tetrobot:

What's inside Tetrobot (cover)

The development of Tetrobot and Co. continues.
We will be able to share the first screenshots and gameplay video in the coming weeks.
You’ll be able to play Tetrobot and Co. this year, before the end of summer.

How to repair a Tetrobot

Posted on April 4, 2013

Where do you go when you need to cool down for a while or recover from a stressful event?
For a Tetrobot, the best place to rest is Maya’s workshop.

How to repair a Tetrobot (artwork)

When a Tetrobot is damaged, because it tried to drill obsidian blocks too hard or because it felt into water, you should send it to Maya’s house in a protected postal package. Maya lives in a little town in Sweden, so remember delivery could be quite long depending on where you live.

When Maya receive a new Tetrobot to repair, she’ll perform a quick scan to find out what’s the problem. Well, if the Tetrobot is stuck in a block of slime, it will be obvious. Then, Maya will simply send Psychobot inside Tetrobot and help it repair everything.

Steps made by Geraud, the "one and only" artist of Tetrobot and Co.

Steps made by Geraud, the “one and only” artist of Tetrobot and Co.

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