Stupid Dr. Nemisis, founder and CEO of Tyrant! Always abducting citizen-class robots like you, and forcing them to go through his anti-hero weapons testing rooms. At least he's a model of efficiency: that replicator of his will provide and endless supply of, well, you-s, no matter how many you-bodies litter the level. And you know? Those bodies look pretty jump-on-able and laser-blocking. And while he's promised to let you free after you get through all standard 21 rooms, he seems to have left the keys to his inner sanctum foolishly scattered about in tricky locations. If only you could just reach them... Disposabot is a puzzle platform by Unept where creative use of corpses is a requirement for completion.
Move and jump with the [arrow] keys, making your way to each room's exit. Two types of weapons will impede your progress: explosions, which will drop your body to the ground (where it can be pushed), and freezers which will halt your motion in midair. These can come in the form of stationary bombs, pewing lasers, or flying trackers. After each death, a new body will be replicated at the start of the level, and if you've killed your way into a corner, the [R] key will restart the level and clear away all corpses. Though the central mechanism of Disposabot has been seen in games like SeppuKuties, here it is well implemented with cleverly designed levels. Another highlight is Dr. Nemesis, who fulfills the almost obligatory role of snarky test-chamber commentator with quips and shout-outs aplenty. Disposabot's protagonist may be disposable, but the game itself isn't, and it's just the kind of quirky platforming one could use to come back to life at the end of a long day.