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At first what may seem like an easy escape plan becomes even more complicated when players are faced with the most crucial feature; every robot shares linked controls. Players are also given the chance to become the brain behind the labyrinth and have the option of designing their own maps and sharing their creations with the Robot Rescue community online. With countless challenging levels full of the wackiest robots around, this is definitely a puzzler that will provide endless hours of robotic fun!

- Venture through 3 exciting worlds with more than 100 maps to solve for countless hours of fun
- Co-op mode and split screen competitive mode options within Two Player
- Compatible with the PlayStation®Move motion controller
- Design and share custom maps with other players via the Map Editor feature or simply download other players’ creations
- 10 trophies to collect and add to your PlayStation Trophy Cabinet
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