Robot Wants Fishy, the third game in the Robot series after Robot Wants Kitty and Robot Wants Puppy, is a 2D webgame made using Actionscript 3.0, the Flixel library, and featuring music by DrPetter and Robbe. The game was released on the Armor Games website on August 20, 2010. It is also sponsored by Armor Games. Many powerups help upgrade your kitty, and access cards and the double-jump rockets power up your robot. The goal of Robot Wants Fishy is to rescue the goldfish in the least amount of time possible. When you die there is a 10 second time penalty, however. The game also features a humorous storyline that actually relates to the game this time!
Briefly creates a prism over the robot (for 1 second) that refracts bullets.
Can shoot harpoons underwater.
Makes the bombs explode over a larger area and doubles the damage.
A duck which allows the robot to swim underwater.
Makes sad computers happy :)
Increases the number of bombs the Robot can launch. Two of these upgrades can be found in the game, each increasing the amount of bombs you fire by one. This makes for a potential total of 3 bombs launched at once.
Super Golden Key
This is what you need to unlock to cage in which the Fishy resides in.
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Rest of the info! Particularly some names, and also the boss monsters.
This is the robot! He can throw bombs, jump, double-jump and even walk on the ceiling once the appropriate powerups are collected.
Reach the Fishy to win!
HP: 3 A Cyclops crab that walks back and forth.
Dungeon S. Crab
The first boss. Walks back and forth, firing bullets at you from its eye. The bullets lock on to you. The less health it has, the quicker bullets are fired.
HP: 2 Flies around in random straight lines. Changes direction when it hits a wall.
HP: 3 Moves up and down. Fires bullets aimed at Robot.
HP: 100 (25 in all four forms)
The boss of the Batcave. Flies around randomly, firing bullets. Loses armor and firepower as hit, but gains speed. Can only be hurt with Tritium Warheads.
HP: Infinite Moves slowly and fires bullets horizontally. Bullets can destroy crystals. If killed, retreats into its shell to return 30 seconds later.
HP: 5 Swims around and fires bullets which lock on to the Robot.
HP: 184 (92 each box).
A pair of smiling boxes which serve as the boss of the Supply Closet. They move around in a fixed pattern. When one is defeated, the other one moves faster, now scowling.
'HP: 7 per turret, 60 for the core of PAL-1000
The boss of the Processing Station. Surrounded by eight turrets. Activates once all of its computers are hacked. Fires homing bullets.
The boss of the Flooded Depths. Swims back and forth, occasionally stopping to fire a spiral of bullets. Can only be damaged by hitting its antenna.
The final boss of the game, guarding the Crystal Caverns. Fires pairs of homing bullets at Robot. Occasionally shakes the screen, throwing Robot off the ceiling. Can only be damaged by hanging from the ceiling and dropping bombs into its core.
Robot Wants Fishy features twelve awards, all which count towards your rank seen in the "awards" section of the game.
Spoiler Warning! This page contains information that could reveal plot secrets or ruin puzzles! Read with caution, or not at all!
Robot Got Fishy!
Get a fishy.
Get a fishy in under 20 minutes.
Brave Little Robot
Complete the game with only required powerups.
The Friendly Robot
Beat Drillbaby without harming more than 15 enemies.
Time On Your Hands
Collect all 50 Chronox Shards.
Attain maximum firepower.
Kill every living thing! (Except those pesky snails.)
Blow up everything.
Back At Ya
Destroy an alien with a refracted shot.
Blow up 5 guys without touching the ground.
Get through the spiny tunnel without a scratch
Blow up a Jellyfish with Bombs.
Das Boxen has the highest amount of health in the game, with 182HP for its entire battle.
There is a multibomb item which has become notorious, since many players find it difficult to collect. A key mechanic they forget is that the snail enemies can actually destroy crystals with their bullets. However, you also need the Tri-Prism item to deflect the bullet to the crystal guarding the multibomb.
The name of the bosses are all puns:
- Dungeon S.Crab is an alternate way of pronouncing Dungeness crab, a crab found in Britain.
- The Battle Bat has 'bat' appear twice in its name.
- PAL-1000 is based off the evil HAL-1000 robot from the film "A Space Oddysey".
- The Obtuse Angler is a pun of an obtuse angle in mathematical terminology.
- Das Boxen is supposedly German for "The Boxes". However, the German used is inaccurate.