[Note: This game has an unfortunate bug that does not save your progress, so the level select screen does not work if you leave the game and come back to it. We will update with a fixed version when/if available.]
Nervous Bot, the star of Arctic Arcade and Izzy Aminov's quirky puzzle platformer, is in a bit of a pickle. His best bot buddy has been bot-napped, so naturally he sets out to run to the rescue, but the problem is he's programmed to explode if he breaks even a single rule in each level... and there are a lot of them, which complicates even a simple task like reaching a door. Forget to turn left at least once? Ka-boom! Dawdle too much? Ka-boom! Try to leave without jumping? KA... well, you get the idea. There are 47 rules in all, which you can view by pressing the big alert button in the top-right corner of the screen, but though they all have names, you'll need to figure out what each one is through trial-and-error... so, yes, you won't know if you're doing something wrong unless you blow up. Use the [WASD] or [arrow] keys to move and jump, and fire weapons, when available, with the [spacebar]. Nervous Bot is a cute game and a neat idea, but not every player will appreciate the game's try, try again approach to failure, or the way you'll need to mentally keep track of so many things to, y'know, not explode, though the layouts of many levels force you to complete most rules just as much as they require you how to puzzle your way around others. Nervous Bot is a neat idea that gets trickier the farther you progress, and hey, if you think you've got what it takes, why not try the more difficult mode and complete the game without a single death to your tally... ?