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Jollypunch Games
Sep 25, 2023 - Nintendo Switch, PC
7 / 10
Thumb Culture
3 / 5
Nindie Spotlight
6.2 / 10
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RoboDunk Launch Trailer - Roguelite Basketball Combat Robots thumbnail

RoboDunk Launch Trailer - Roguelite Basketball Combat Robots

RoboDunk Prologue Trailer - Roguelite Basketball Combat Robots thumbnail

RoboDunk Prologue Trailer - Roguelite Basketball Combat Robots

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Critic Reviews for RoboDunk

The slower paced gameplay won me over as I learned to use that limited toolset to outright embarrass the other teams. The rogue like campaign, as threadbare as it is, does give the game a sense of longevity that's sorely needed. You'll be in for a fun time, if not for a long time.

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Thumb Culture

Robodunk has all the markings of a great – and delightfully weird – party game to add to your repertoire. With great moment-to-moment gameplay, a thoughtfully delivered rogue-lite campaign, and a charming art-style, this is a game that delivers on the promises made by it’s bombastic premise.

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RoboDunk is easily the best sports video game I have played in a very long time. Bringing the excitement and spectacle of basketball into a fun pick-up and play experience that becomes all the deeper for players who choose to take the time to master it. Fun alone and with friends in both long and short bursts of gameplay. If I had to nitpick anything, the game could feel a little grindy to unlock new content and upgrade your players. Otherwise, this is an utter slam dunk from the developers.

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Undoubtedly hoping to re-ignite the passions of old-school fans of NBA Jam, RoboDunk just can’t quite hit the mark

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Robodunk is a scrappy, lively take on side-scrolling basketball hijinks, but refinements to control defaults and campaign unlocks could send it soaring to even greater heights. For now, it plays best with friends, but nothing a few post-launch tweaks couldn’t fix.

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