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Developer

Nintendo R&D1

Genre

Puzzle

Release Dates

10/18/85 Nintendo
08/13/85 Nintendo
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Community Stats

Owners: 25
Tracked: 1
Wishlist: 2
Now Playing: 0

Summary

GYROMITE

This game is so intense you cannot play it alone!

 

You'll need R.O.B. - the world's first Robotic Operating Buddy - to play this action-packed game! You've got to keep R.O.B.'s gyroscope spinning in order to help a mad scientist deactivate all the dynamite in his laboratory. You'll move columns up and down to speed the scientist on his way while trying to avoid the lethal Smicks. And you'll get him to his dynamite even faster if you can get R.O.B. to spin two gyros at the same time! But don't take your eyes off the scientist, because anything can happen in GYROMITE! Where two hands and one pair of eyes aren't always enough!

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Game Banner Added to Database Marth 08th May 2018
Boxart Added oliist 13th Sep 2009
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Sales History

Total Sales
0.40m
Japan
0.73m
NA
0.16m
Europe
0.03m
Others
1.32m
Total

Opinion (8)

goldeneye0065r posted 30/12/2011, 05:54
fuck i have this and no rob useless to me
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spurgeonryan posted 18/07/2011, 03:23
I give it a 6.5 for effort and again trying to do something different. Is this one of the reason will wright calls nintendo a toy because it started as a toy, and was a card game for the longest time?
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spurgeonryan posted 18/07/2011, 03:21
Lots of info at that site!
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spurgeonryan posted 18/07/2011, 03:08
Contributed by Foxhack
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spurgeonryan posted 18/07/2011, 03:08
The game was sold in two packages: One was a normal game pak release (box, cart and manual). The other was a large box which contained the game, as well as several plastic parts to be used with R.O.B.. Both versions share the same UPC code.
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