Actionauts In 1984, Rob Fulop began work on what would be his last game for the Atari 2600, a 'robot programming' game entitles
Actionauts In 1984, Rob Fulop began work on what would be his last game for the Atari 2600, a 'robot programming' game entitles "Actionauts".
Due to the market conditions for Atari 2600 cartridges at the time, Actionauts was never completed, and was not shown or released to the gaming public until late 2007.
The original, seemingly simple puzzle-game challenges a single player to use the program editor to construct a sequence of commands to navigate an onscreen robot to reach the 'cheese'. It's not nearly as easy as it looks!
This special limited edition of Actionauts offers classic gaming collectors the original version of the game, with the addition of several recently updated challenging bonus mazes.