MouseBot- A Puzzle Racer Game
May 21, 2017
MouseBot can be best described as a ‘puzzle racer’ game. In it, you take control of a robotic mouse on wheels named MouseBot which moves forward automatically at a steady pace and your job is to guide him through a series of increasingly difficult mazes filled with cheese and numerous traps created by the cat scientists of CatLab.
Things start pretty simple in MouseBot, with levels where a robotic mouse has to find his way through some basic traps and obstacles, but as the challenge really starts to ramp up, you start to realize just how deep this game can really be. The cats quickly up their game by introducing rotating saw blades, vertical lasers, acid pits, and even proximity mines to their anti-rodent arena. And the tricky part is that there is no way to control the speed of MouseBot, plus you also need to gather a certain amount of cheese before reaching the exit, otherwise the gate of the CatLab will not open and thus MouseBot will not be able to escape.
Of course, hitting any obstacle means that the game is over. But, thankfully, you have an option to spend a Power Token (in-game currency) to activate the last Save Gate (checkpoint) you’d passed. You can restart from that Save Gate instead of starting all the way back at the beginning of the level. The suggestion is to save the Power Tokens for the advanced levels that are really hard to beat.
There is also a Security Pass that can be used to skip a level when you’re really stuck. And, you can come back later and beat the skipped level to reclaim the Security Pass. What’s more, you can trade cheese pieces collected by you to unlock gears and new skins for your robotic mouse.
The game controls are smooth and responsive, but it might take time to master them as you can’t control the speed of a MouseBot and new obstacles are introduced with every new level. All in all, there are 65 levels to play, and you get 6 lives to start with. Note: Lives refill one per five minutes. You can also watch free ads to refill the lives.
To sum up, MouseBot is a zany and exciting platforming game that is well-designed to test your reflexes, skills, and timing. You’d definitely enjoy it, at least initially.
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