Retro Machina Is Now Available For Xbox One And Xbox Series X|S

Just one city stays on earth, and it’s just robotics who occupy it now. Secured by a glass dome, Undertaking increases above the when vibrant location and employee robotics are attempting their finest to keep it going. In order to preserve it, every robotic needs to do its job completely and any flaws discovered are being disposed of.

Tossed to a junkyard for a breakdown, a single robotic employee is on a mission to get itself repaired. However the city sees this faithful employee as a hazard now, so all the robotics and defenses that secure Undertaking have actually turned versus their previous associate. With the unique ability to control various machines of the city, including any robotics that are in the way, this little Robot is on a mission to fix himself and find intelligent life.

Yet it seems that there is no intelligent life left. Only the robots programmed to keep the city nice and clean for people who are nowhere to be found.


Key Features

You are on your own
Long ago humans vanished leaving behind only their robotic creations. Now the world they left behind is falling apart. Is there anyone out there to help you fix it and discover what happened to the people who used to live here?

Your enemies are your tools
Alone in the world, the little robot has a special trick up his sleeve: the capability to hack and gain manage of any other devices. Use them as you like: you can make them fight each other, explore unreachable places, solve puzzles, or just accompany you in your journey. There are dozens of robotics with different abilities for you to explore.

Enjoy hand-drawn visuals
The art style of Retro Machina is based on illustrations from the science fiction books of the twentieth century. Set in the retro-futuristic universe, the game is inspired by the work of such legendary people as Jacque Fresco, one of the most famous futurists in the world.

Explore the multifaceted world
From underground facilities to the golden streets of Endeavour, the last city on the planet, your journey will take you across a whole region filled with new challenges, new robotics, and mysteries to check out.

Jobber Wiki author Frank Long contributed to this report.