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Simon Carny
Jun 16, 2022 - PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, PlayStation 4

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6 / 10
6 / 10
Generación Xbox
70 / 100
6 / 10
Pure Nintendo
8 / 10
PSX Brasil
70 / 100
7 / 10
Thumb Culture
4 / 5
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OmegaBot | Console Announcement Trailer

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OmegaBot - Steam Page Release Trailer

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Critic Reviews for OmegaBot

OmegaBot is a solid side-scrolling action platformer, but it lacks that certain something to really stand out. The platforming is decent, but could be better especially when using weapons as a jump assist, while boss design leant too far in the direction of bullet sponges.

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Omegabot isn’t a bad game by any means, and proudly wears its inspiration on its sleeve, in a world where you have to be unique to stand out it stands in the middle of the pack, not great, but not at all terrible, but worth a shot if you are having Mega Man withdrawals. (thanks a lot Capcom)

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A game that feels very personal. It takes you to a world that needs a hero to bring us hope and that will be able to fight against a threat to clash the peace. An adventure that reminds you of classics like Megaman or Cave Story with a wonderful adventure that lets you wanting more.

Review in Spanish | Read full review

OmegaBot is a very basic action platformer, certainly enjoyable, despite its brevity but devoid of real distinctive elements.

Review in Italian | Read full review

OmegaBot is a fun platformer that serves as a strong debut from this solo developer. The gameplay feels like a fresh homage rather than a mere clone, with interesting characters and terrifically retro graphics.

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OmegaBot has no big problems and no big highlights. A few more features would be welcome. However, with a good pace and challenging bosses, it fulfills its purpose of being a simple and pleasant adventure for those who like 2D platformers.

Review in Portuguese | Read full review

A tiny pixel robot saves a devastated planet in this little indie gem. The game brings a well-balanced gameplay and difficulty along with an interesting story. However, it is really short and without new ideas.

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Thumb Culture

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Thumb Culture

OmegaBot has no qualms about kicking your ass and telling you to GET GOOD. There’s no hand-holding here. If you’re on the look out for a tightly controlling, challenging game that has perfectly paced mechanic unlocks and varied boss fights then you’re in for a treat here.

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