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Wot A Lot Of Jottobots

Whatever you're planning to do tonight - perhaps the cinema, theatre or a booze-pit - there's a possibility that at some point tomorrow you'll decide you want to play a game. Hopefully not in the way that the tricycling toy from Saw plays games, but instead by sitting in front of your computer and pressing buttons to make things happen on the screen. If you also have your nation's equivalent of an American dollar handy, you'll be able to buy Kyle Pulver's latest release, following Snapshot. The new game is actually an older project made for artxgame, which pairs indie developers with artists. You can see it below.

Jottobots' art was created by J. Otto Seibold and it's a platform score attack game with an extendable time limit. It'll be available tomorrow for one dollar.

Saying 'Jottobots' out loud soothes even the most savage soul. Unless you're saying it while watching a man that you have imprisoned cutting his own spleen out with a paperclip, in which case you are probably the tricycling toy from Saw and nothing can soothe you at all.

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Adam Smith

Former Deputy Editor

Adam wrote for Rock Paper Shotgun between 2011-2018, rising through the ranks to become its Deputy Editor. He now works at Larian Studios on Baldur's Gate 3.

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