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The story throws a wandering astronaut onto a planet full of damaged robots. By connecting hands/sockets of 5 or more robots, he starts gathering energy needed to put the planet’s major buildings back into operation and eventually depart for Earth. Diversity of robo-characters, smooth learning curve and unique bonus features make RoboSockets a perfect brain trainer. Simple idea, several modes to challenge yourself in, elaborate design, sounds and storyline make it pick-up-and-play and addictive. 
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