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Robotron 2084 (ロボトロン2084)
Released in 1982
Developer: Williams Manufacturer: Williams Distributor: Williams
(4 total votes)
Kill robots and save last human family
Additional Hardware Info (from Mame)
@ 1 Mhz
robotron, Robotron (Solid Blue label)
robotryo, Robotron (Yellow/Orange label)
Blast thousands of robots - Eugene Jarvis designed classic - fast - frenzied - the best game ever?
An updated version of this game was published for the Nintendo 64 (Robotron 64) and PlayStation (Robotron X) by Williams.
Published for Atari 5200, 7800, 400/800/XL/XE (USA) by Atari.
Published for Commodore 64 (USA) by Atarisoft.
Published for Sega Genesis, Saturn, SNES, PC, PlayStation (USA) by Williams/Midway in Arcade's Greatest Hits/Williams Greatest Hits.
Published for Game.Com by Tiger in Arcade Classics.
(fuzzy search, these MAY match the game, or they may not)
Coinop.org Member Ratings / Comments
Comment: "The finest video game ever made!
A player is considered to be 'good' when he can get over 1,000,000 points on difficulty level 10. I have achived this twice now.
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Comment: "I suck at this game, but it always gets my adrenaline pumping. Like all Williams games of this era it is innovative in every respect. A true classic."
Comment: "I started on vids when I was under 10. Pong was my first home game. I played everything and mastered one... Robotron. I could play forever, and when I was done, I would give the rest of my game away. Also, my adreniline got so pumped up that after 10 minutes I would be sweating. After an hour I would be drenched. I could never get enough of it. The controls enabled me to play forever. Something I can not do with the home video games of today. I would like to buy the controller shown on here just to play the game, but I'm thinking the only way to go is buy the whole game. Just gotta find it. If anyone's used this controller for this, please tell. I would prolly break it in a minute. Cheers."
Comment: "oh, oh, OHHHH I totally agree on the sweat factor of this game! I LOVED IT! I was also a Robotron junkie and eventually mastered the game much to the amazement of most folks. Now THAT was a hard thing to do! This game was action, action, action and it was non-stop... the BEST shooter game EVER! I wish I could go back and challenge the world record for time duration and top score of this game... IIRC there was no built in glitch that terminated the game after X number of levels. I think some guy somewhere once played this game for 60 straight hours until he literally passed out. Damn, I thought I was an addict :P"