Robots is a 2005 video game based off of the 2005 movie of the same name. It was developed by Eurocom and published by Sierra Entertainment for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, Nintendo GameCube, and Microsoft Windows on February 24, 2005.
A game with the same name was also released for the Game Boy Advance and Nintendo DS. Due to the inferior hardware, this game is dramatically different from the game on the home console.
Rodney can invent different devices by collecting a certain amount of blueprints scattered throughout the environment. In the beginning of the game, he repairs his Wonderbot, his personal companion. He also obtains the Scrap Launcher from Herb Copperbottom, a weapon which uses Scrap as ammo which is found in the worlds of the game, and a wrench which is used as a melee weapon. More weapons are acquired throughout the course of the game. Scrap is also used to purchase items at vendors, including the Maxi-Scrap 500 and Maxi-Scrap 1000 which upgrades his Scrap capacity from 200 to 500 and 1000 respectively, the Refine-O-Max which doubles the value of Scrap, and four mutually exclusive upgrades to his Scrap Launcher which can be replaced at any time.
The PlayStation 2 version of the game runs at 30 FPS in some areas due to the limited power of the hardware compared to the other two consoles and PC, which run at 60 FPS in more areas.