Mr. Robo, known in Japan as Aboto-Kun (アボトクン), is a series of platformer video games developed by Forcefield Entertainment. The first game in the series, Mr. Robo, was released for the Nintendo Entertainment System / Family Computer in June of 1987 in Japan and September 1987 in North America. The series is known in Japan as Aboto-Kun and has appeared in several Forcefield video games, mostly as cameos. The series received several sequels, beginning with the NES game Mr. Robo Junior (Aboto-Kun Jr. is North America).
The series has been well-received over the years for it’s creativity and originality, and has been included in several compilations since it’s release, including BS Aboto-Kun Collection in 1996 for the Super Famicom peripheral Satellaview, Aboto-Kun Anthology for the Nintendo 64 in 1998, and Forcefield Archives in 2017 for the Nintendo Switch, PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
- Mr. Robo / Aboto-Kun (1987)
- Mr. Robo Junior / Aboto-Kun Jr. (1988)
- Super Mr. Robo / Super Aboto-Kun (1991)
- Super Mr. Robo Junior / Super Aboto-Kun Jr. (1993)
- Saturn Mr. Robo / Aboto-Kun Saturn Patton (1997)
- Mr. Robo Multiply / Aboto-Kun 2x2 (2004)
- Aboto-Kun no BishiBishi (2010)
- Mr. Robo Paradise / Aboto-Kun in Panic Paradise (2017)
|Franchises||Activator • Alpha Cresta • Battlestar Baseball • Bitter Chocolate • Boku Detective Club • Color Miki • Command Line • Counter Attack • Danger Castle • Derby Racing • Exelrate • Flyball • Forcefield Waku Waku • Formula-R • Front Attack • Galaxy Shot • Happy Love • Hyper Combat • Hyper Motocross • Lucky-7 • Mr. Robo • Pulse • Puzzle Club • Quiz Island • Shot • Shooting Tengoku • Sky Attacker • Space Gunman • StarCore (Fantastic Journey) • Soldier Force • Super Block Breaker • UFO-Kun • Ultra Torque • Wrigley • X-Force|
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|Defunct||Tori Corporation • Amusement Electronics • Oiatchi Ltd.|
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