Robo Puzzle Smash Fights Its Way to Steam November 15th, 2018

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Puzzles spin and cute robots brawl in this unique puzzle fighting game

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Robo Puzzle Smash

We captured the action and feel of a fighting game in a puzzle game and think fans of either will love Robo Puzzle Smash.

Award winning, competitive puzzle action is coming to Steam on November 15th 2018. Robo Puzzle Smash is a head spinning puzzle fighting game that will test your wits and skill in a high-intensity block bashing brawl. Set in a world where cute 3D pixel robots rule, the Robo Puzzle Smash tournament is where they go to prove their mettle and win the ultimate prize: The Vox Spark.

Choose from 6 Robo Fighters and go head to head with your opponent in local or online multiplayer games. Match colored blocks to execute attacks and twist your play field to chain combos. Smash your opponents and send them to the scrap heap. Unique features, like the rotating play field, a special move bar, and a voxel art style make Robo Puzzle Smash like no puzzle game you’ve ever played.

“Our goal was to make a competitive puzzler that was easy to learn, but had enough depth for serious tournament play,” says Benjamin Cole founder of Pxlplz and designer of Robo Puzzle Smash. “We captured the action and feel of a fighting game in a puzzle game and think fans of either will love Robo Puzzle Smash.”

With three difficulty levels in arcade mode, a versus mode, local tournaments, and online play Robo Puzzle Smash has something for casual fans and hardcore players alike. Robo Puzzle Smash improves on the puzzle fighting formula and will keep you coming back for more. The game is compatible with Windows, MacOS, and Linux, and is available to wishlist on Steam now. Find out more at


System Requirements:
OS: Windows 7 or newer, MacOS 10.6 or newer, or Ubuntu 14.04 or newer
Processor: Intel i5 or AMD Equivalent
Memory: 4GB RAM
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4600 or better
Storage: 1GB available space

About Pxlplz:
Pxlplz was founded in 2011 by Benjamin Cole, a veteran games producer and designer formerly at Namco and Gaia Online. Pxlplz’s past games include Star Saver, Seven-Yo and Super Mad Matador.

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