Description of Robot Rascals
From Brian Moriarty's tribute to Dani Bunten:
Heart of Africa was to be the last product Ozark ever designed for a single user. In fact, their next design took the multiplayer option to a provocative new extreme. Not only did Robot Rascals have no single-player mode, it actually required the participation of no less than four human players.
Daringly billed as a "family game," this peculiar fusion of turn-based action and strategy, augmented by a deck of real playing cards, received a polite but puzzled critical reception, and was carefully ignored by everybody else.
And that ignorance is a shame, because Robot Rascals is one of the most original and few computer games ever designed with a board game style, and it's much more balanced and fun than Infocom's Fooblitzky. Remember to download card scans to play with the game :)
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