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Upwards, Lonely Robot

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  • The vertical trial game that you’ve been waiting for! Who needs to go horizontal when you can go vertical?
  • Addictive and challenging puzzle platformer gameplay, a challenge for all gamers
  • Tons of levels to master
  • Online and local split-screen multiplayer with leaderboards for infinite mode – challenge your friends to get the highest scores and quickest times!
  • A mysterious and heart-wrenching story with a twist at the end for you to unravel as you progress through each level

In Upwards, Lonely Robot, you are the eponymous android tasked with ascending a series of towers in the search for your creators. Each tower climbed unlocks a little more behind the mystery – with plenty of finger-twisting jumps and vicious enemies to overcome along the way. Not only that, but players must complete each level with an increasingly-challenging countdown timer putting them under even more pressure.
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Kasedo Games
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows Vista SP2 or newer
  • Processor: 2GHz Dual core
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX 10.1 compatible graphics card
  • DirectX: Version 10
  • Storage: 500 MB available space
  • OS: Windows 7 or higher
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Microsoft from Deutsch
Now that I have completed the Story Mode with the 75 Levels, I have to give my Review. Simply because it deserved this little Game! It's really fun just by jumping, sometimes by Teleporting, to get to the top Level. Why the little Robot is Hungry for Fruit doesn't matter to me, like the seemingly heart-icing Story that you can read before each Level. The Game requires an attentive and responsive Approach in order to avoid all the Disturbances that you cannot kill, by the way, and to always be able to plan the next Fruit. At the same time, it remains demanding and fair at the same time. The Whole thing is accompanied by a pleasant Music and looks really good by the way. Various Modes such as an infinite Tower or a Split-screen competition mode complete the Pleasure. You shouldn't confuse the Game with half-baked Cell games, because here you get a good Game for everyone in the Family for your Money.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I was not convinced at first of the game until the ambitious one grabbed me and after hours over hours of playing and yes also cursing:D, I can rightly say that play is worth its price. Pro: Beautiful music that doesn't give you the annoying after the 500x. An unusual, romantic story addictive:D You need to be able to think at lightning Speed and act claim Factor-extremely high, looks simple, but can annoy animally if you fall down just before the end:D Beautiful extras like the endless mode co-op Kontra: Bockheavy in places, even in slightly frustrating in places, as you run out of energy before you are fruit at the next one. Claim Factor-extremely high, easy is a challenge, normally insane, difficult to create and very heavy is what the right masochists! FAZIT: If you're looking for a game, you're looking for the occasional one and you're always playing, the game IS PERFECT! But nachmlaw mode comes as little, no eastereggs or anything like that.
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Microsoft from French
A game with simple TES gameplay, which quickly becomes terribly addictive. The strong point of upwards lonely robot is the overall quality, there was visibly a nice effort at the level of the overall finish, whether at the interface level, the graphics, but especially in the level of the gameplay. The game has a strong replayability, provided you are a achievement Hunter, because once the story mode is completed in easy mode, the only interest becomes to try to move to the higher difficulty levels in order to unlock the successes, and especially to get the highest possible score in the General standings in infinite mode (which is quite easy because there are very few players). In return there is unfortunately a very repetitive side (which creates the addictive side of the shot). The gameplay does not really evolve during the 80 levels of the story mode (otherwise a pretext for the game, there are at the end of the levels only short radio logs telling a post-apocalyptic story, admittedly well written but minimalist), and one would have liked to have more content like different styles of towers or environments or even just lights, but this is unfortunately not the case. So I would say that the price of €10 does not match this type of game, in any case you can get a pretty accurate idea of the content by trying the demo. I recommend it however for its addictive side and for the overall achievement of quality.
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