Robo Call

It’s the future (as seen by 1950's america), and you don’t need to do chores anymore. Instead, robots do your bidding! Use your map to guide your robot around and help it help you do your boring work - pick up the kids, buy some groceries, and stop the Russians from declaring nuclear war. How to play: Use the buttons on the bottom of the screen to transmit instructions to your robot. The robot will execute your instructions whenever it gets to a crossroad. Be sure to keep an eye on your battery at the bottom right of the screen and recharge at the fuel station if needed. Complete your chore list by getting to the relevant locations to win!
Jam Site: 
Jam year: 
DESIGN - Created by Warren Robinett
MS Windows
Tools and Technologies: 
Unity (any product)
Technology Notes: 
Unity 2D and audio tools. Coded with MonoDevelop.
Installation Instructions: 

Just launch game.exe to play! You only need a mouse to play the game.


Game Design, Production:
Yonatan Tepperberg

Willian Blanck
Ariel Applebaum

Art and Illustration:
Yair (Noth) Barnatan

Main Menu: A Song of The Vineyard (Israel Wine Song)
by The Lionel Hampton Sextet; Daniela Dor; Fred Ebb; Lionel Hampton; Dwike Mitchell; John Mackel; Peter Badie; Rufus Jones; Isauro Hernandez; Norman Granz
Public Domain

In-Game, American: Jammin' With Jimmy
by Jimmy Bryant; Jimmy Bryant with Speedy West
Public Domain

In-Game, Russian: Unknown.

Sound Effects:, by GameAudio
Public Domain

Special Thanks:
Tiltan College, for hosting the jam (and giving us pizza),
Global Game Jam, for making this happen in the first place,
Friends and jammers, for helping us make this game work.

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