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  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) was an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in July 1985 in Japan as the Famicom Robot and later that year as R.O.B. in North America. It had a short lifespan, with support for only two games which comprised the "Robot Series"; Gyromite and Stack-Up. R.O.B. was released with the intention of portraying the Nintendo Entertainment System as something novel in order to alleviate retail fears following the video game crash of 1983. R.O.B. was available in the Deluxe Set, a configuration for the console that included, among other things, R.O.B. and Gyromite. Stack-Up was purchased separately and included its own physical game pieces.
  • Side Special Move: Arm Rotor Up Special Move: Robo Burner Down Special Move: Gyro Final Smash: Diffusion Beam
  • R.O.B. es una de las figura que pertenece a la sexta oleada de amiibo Super smash Bros, es parte del pack "Amiibo Pack Retro" junto a Duck Hunt y Mr. Game and Watch. También ha salido otra figura amiibo de R.O.B, llamada "R.O.B. Famicom Colors", que pertenece a la novena oleada de amiibo.
  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) au Japon Famicom Robot, est un personnage apparaissant dans plusieurs jeux Nintendo. Il apparaît dans Mario Kart DS en tant que personnage jouable.
  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) is a robot that could substitute for a second player in the Nintendo Entertainment System games Stack-Up and Gyromite. The short-lived accessory did not prove to be popular, leading Nintendo to cancel it. In the following years R.O.B. would remain alive in Nintendo's video games, however, appearing as a playable character in Mario Kart DS and Super Smash Bros. Brawl and making several cameo appearances in titles such as StarTropics, the WarioWare games, Pikmin 2 and more.
  • R.O.B. (short for Robotic Operating Buddy) was planned to be the first secret character obtained in Mushroom Kingdom Fusion. A lack of progress soon left R.O.B. by the wayside and the idea of using him was eventually taken out.
  • R.O.B. (ロボット Robotto?), short for Robotic Operating Buddy, was an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System, intended to be disguised as a toy, rather than a video game, due to toy stores' avoidance of video games after the video game crash of 1983.
  • R.O.B. ist die Abkürzung für Robotic Operating Buddy, er wird in Japan auch Famicom Robot genannt.
  • R.O.B. (kurz: Robotic Operating Buddy) ist eigentlich eine Erweiterung für die Konsole NES. Jedoch ist seine Fangemeinde so groß, dass er unter anderem in dem Spiel Mario Kart DS und Super Smash Bros. Brawl ein spielbarer Charakter ist. Man muss ihn in beiden Spielen erst freischalten, damit man ihn nutzen kann.
  • Der Robotic Operation Buddy auch R.O.B genannt (dt.: etwa Roboter-Betriebs-Kumpel, kurz R. B. K) gehörte in den USA beim Deluxe Set zur Grundausstattung. Mittels Sensoren in den Augen konnte der kleine Roboter Informationen und Befehle vom TV-Bildschirm empfangen, welche via Tastendruck ausgelöst wurden. So hob der R.O.B. beispielsweise Klötzchen hoch und öffnete im Spiel damit gleichzeitig eine versperrte Tür. Insgesamt machten lediglich zwei Spiele von dem skurrilen Zubehör Gebrauch: Gyromite und Stack Up. Dennoch hat er mittlerweile einen gewissen Kultstatus erlangt. R.O.B. ist jetzt auch in Super Smash Bros. Brawl,Mario Kart DS und Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/for Nintendo 3DS als Charakter spielbar.
  • Though R.O.B. was only compatible with two NES games, he has since become a recurring character in various Nintendo games; making cameos in the Kirby and The Legend of Zelda series, and becoming playable in both the Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros..
  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) ist ein Zusatzgerät für das Nintendo Entertainment System aus dem Jahr 1985. Sein Design erinnerte an einen Roboter.
  • Robot Operating Buddy, or R.O.B. is an 80's reject that almost no one remembers unless you waste your time with knowing who he is. R.O.B. mostly spends his life playing Gyromite or Stack-Up, which is pretty crappy, and he wants to do more things. Also, R.O.B. pisses people off quite alot, like his cousin, he pissed off the Angry Video Game Nerd and died.
  • R.O.B., known in Japan as the Famicom Robot (ロボット,Robotto), is a newcomer in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. His full name is Robotic Operating Buddy, and he's based on the R.O.B. NES peripheral. He was unveiled in a mass leak prior to the Japanese release of Brawl. R.O.B. was confirmed on the DOJO!! March 6, 2008, 3 days before the US release. He is currently the first and only inorganic character playable in the entire Super Smash Bros.series. Although it looks like R.O.B. is using wheels to move on the ground, he is actually using small jet bursts from his Robo Burner. These have no effect on the fuel for the special move Robo Burner, however. Every time R.O.B. moves, he leaves small air circles on the ground, reinforcing the idea that he doesn't even use wheels to move on the floor. Ivysaur a
  • R.O.B. (short for Robotic Operating Buddy) is an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System who has recently made appearances in a few Mario games. In Japan, it was known as the Famicom Robot, which was short for Family Computer Robot. R.O.B. functions by translating flashes of information on the television screen into physical actions (using technology similar to the Zapper Gun). R.O.B. was first used for the game Gyromite. R.O.B. did not return in Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 7 or Mario Kart 8, probably he can't make time for racing now that he is in Super Smash Bros.
  • R.O.B. (short for Robotic Operating Buddy) is an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System who has recently made appearances in a few Mario games. In Japan, it was known as the Famicom Robot, which was short for Family Computer Robot. R.O.B. functions by translating flashes of information on the television screen into physical actions (using technology similar to the Zapper Gun). R.O.B. was first used for the game Gyromite.
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  • Meisterhand
Espèce
  • Robot
Ganzer Name
  • Robotic Operating Buddy
Fear
  • People hating him
Geschlecht
  • Männlich
Erster Auftritt
dernier
  • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U
Bislang letzter Auftritt
Spezies
  • Roboter
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  • R.O.B.
descr
  • The basic appearance of R.O.B.
Console
  • Nintendo Entertainment System.
Games
  • Super Smash Bros. Brawl
  • Mario Kart DS
  • Super Smash Bros. for Wii U
  • Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS
Eyes
  • They are red as hell, or they are black as hell, ether way.
Origin
  • Robot Series
Series
  • R.O.B. video games
Affiliation
  • Tabuu
First Appearance
  • Stack-Up / Gyromite
New
Known
  • Being an awesome robot
Hair
  • Ok, really?
Name
  • R.O.B.
  • R.O.B.
  • Robotic Operating Buddy
Type
  • Accessory
Education
  • He is smarter than Albert Einstein
Align
  • Evil
  • Good
Caption
  • 50
  • Artwork from Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS and Wii U
  • Accessory R.O.B. robot
  • An American Robotic Operating Buddy
  • R.O.B. in Mario Kart DS
First
  • Gyromite
FirstApp
  • Mario Kart DS
Dream
  • To play Gyromite or Stack Up, which he does quite a lot.
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  • Mario Kart DS
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  • Machine
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  • ROB
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  • R.O.B.
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  • MKDS: Heavy
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  • Yes
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  • Ja
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  • Robotic Operating Buddy
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  • Ja
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  • Stack-Up
  • Gyromite
  • Stack-Up and Gyromite
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Relations
Universe
  • R.O.B.
Smash
  • R.O.B.
Homeworld
Occupation
  • Gyromite or Stack-Up. Or collecting dust. Or saving the world.
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  • x
  • ROB 64
  • Star Fox character
Gender
  • Male
  • Genderless
  • genderless
  • He has none, he's a robot.
Race
  • Robot
Premier
  • Gyromite
Death
  • He lives forever
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  • R.O.B. der Roboter
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Old
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Mario
  • R.O.B.
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  • Mario Kart DS
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  • Real world
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  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) was an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System. It was released in July 1985 in Japan as the Famicom Robot and later that year as R.O.B. in North America. It had a short lifespan, with support for only two games which comprised the "Robot Series"; Gyromite and Stack-Up. R.O.B. was released with the intention of portraying the Nintendo Entertainment System as something novel in order to alleviate retail fears following the video game crash of 1983. R.O.B. was available in the Deluxe Set, a configuration for the console that included, among other things, R.O.B. and Gyromite. Stack-Up was purchased separately and included its own physical game pieces.
  • Side Special Move: Arm Rotor Up Special Move: Robo Burner Down Special Move: Gyro Final Smash: Diffusion Beam
  • R.O.B. es una de las figura que pertenece a la sexta oleada de amiibo Super smash Bros, es parte del pack "Amiibo Pack Retro" junto a Duck Hunt y Mr. Game and Watch. También ha salido otra figura amiibo de R.O.B, llamada "R.O.B. Famicom Colors", que pertenece a la novena oleada de amiibo.
  • R.O.B. (short for Robotic Operating Buddy) is an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System who has recently made appearances in a few Mario games. In Japan, it was known as the Famicom Robot, which was short for Family Computer Robot. R.O.B. functions by translating flashes of information on the television screen into physical actions (using technology similar to the Zapper Gun). R.O.B. was first used for the game Gyromite. Players could control R.O.B. with the control pad to make him raise and lower gyroscopes. To make the gyroscope spin, the player must set the object in the gyroscope spinner and then balance it on one of the two round trays that are connected to controller two. Placing a gyro on the red tray lowers the red GATES; placing a gyro on the blue tray lowers the blue GATES.
  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) au Japon Famicom Robot, est un personnage apparaissant dans plusieurs jeux Nintendo. Il apparaît dans Mario Kart DS en tant que personnage jouable.
  • Robot Operating Buddy, or R.O.B. is an 80's reject that almost no one remembers unless you waste your time with knowing who he is. R.O.B. mostly spends his life playing Gyromite or Stack-Up, which is pretty crappy, and he wants to do more things. Also, R.O.B. pisses people off quite alot, like his cousin, he pissed off the Angry Video Game Nerd and died. File:Crushed-drink-can.jpg This article is a . It doesn't appear in dictionaries so we're gonna say it's spongy instead of high in density. You can help My English Wiki by eating yourself and spitting lotsa spaghetti text. If this page is not dense enough, it could be placed into the acid lake.
  • R.O.B., known in Japan as the Famicom Robot (ロボット,Robotto), is a newcomer in Super Smash Bros. Brawl. His full name is Robotic Operating Buddy, and he's based on the R.O.B. NES peripheral. He was unveiled in a mass leak prior to the Japanese release of Brawl. R.O.B. was confirmed on the DOJO!! March 6, 2008, 3 days before the US release. He is currently the first and only inorganic character playable in the entire Super Smash Bros.series. Although it looks like R.O.B. is using wheels to move on the ground, he is actually using small jet bursts from his Robo Burner. These have no effect on the fuel for the special move Robo Burner, however. Every time R.O.B. moves, he leaves small air circles on the ground, reinforcing the idea that he doesn't even use wheels to move on the floor. Ivysaur and Pit also have this property. R.O.B. currently ranks 18th on the tier list, due to his great projectiles, great matchups, and excellent recovery. His Robo Beam and his Gyro Top along with a few medium and short-range moves make him a well-balanced and versatile character able to attack his foe at whatever range they happen to be. However, R.O.B.'s fairly large size (making him an easy target for combos), and lack of reliable killing moves (due to him being prone to Stale Move Negation on his killers) are doted on as obstacles to higher tier placement. R.O.B. makes his first appearence in Stack-Up and Gyromite in 1985 when he served as the mascot of the game. He also appeared in the commercials for the Nintendo Entertainment System as the corporate mascot.
  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) is a robot that could substitute for a second player in the Nintendo Entertainment System games Stack-Up and Gyromite. The short-lived accessory did not prove to be popular, leading Nintendo to cancel it. In the following years R.O.B. would remain alive in Nintendo's video games, however, appearing as a playable character in Mario Kart DS and Super Smash Bros. Brawl and making several cameo appearances in titles such as StarTropics, the WarioWare games, Pikmin 2 and more.
  • R.O.B. (short for Robotic Operating Buddy) was planned to be the first secret character obtained in Mushroom Kingdom Fusion. A lack of progress soon left R.O.B. by the wayside and the idea of using him was eventually taken out.
  • R.O.B. (ロボット Robotto?), short for Robotic Operating Buddy, was an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System, intended to be disguised as a toy, rather than a video game, due to toy stores' avoidance of video games after the video game crash of 1983.
  • R.O.B. ist die Abkürzung für Robotic Operating Buddy, er wird in Japan auch Famicom Robot genannt.
  • R.O.B. (kurz: Robotic Operating Buddy) ist eigentlich eine Erweiterung für die Konsole NES. Jedoch ist seine Fangemeinde so groß, dass er unter anderem in dem Spiel Mario Kart DS und Super Smash Bros. Brawl ein spielbarer Charakter ist. Man muss ihn in beiden Spielen erst freischalten, damit man ihn nutzen kann.
  • Der Robotic Operation Buddy auch R.O.B genannt (dt.: etwa Roboter-Betriebs-Kumpel, kurz R. B. K) gehörte in den USA beim Deluxe Set zur Grundausstattung. Mittels Sensoren in den Augen konnte der kleine Roboter Informationen und Befehle vom TV-Bildschirm empfangen, welche via Tastendruck ausgelöst wurden. So hob der R.O.B. beispielsweise Klötzchen hoch und öffnete im Spiel damit gleichzeitig eine versperrte Tür. Insgesamt machten lediglich zwei Spiele von dem skurrilen Zubehör Gebrauch: Gyromite und Stack Up. Dennoch hat er mittlerweile einen gewissen Kultstatus erlangt. R.O.B. ist jetzt auch in Super Smash Bros. Brawl,Mario Kart DS und Super Smash Bros. for Wii U/for Nintendo 3DS als Charakter spielbar.
  • Though R.O.B. was only compatible with two NES games, he has since become a recurring character in various Nintendo games; making cameos in the Kirby and The Legend of Zelda series, and becoming playable in both the Mario Kart and Super Smash Bros..
  • R.O.B. (Robotic Operating Buddy) ist ein Zusatzgerät für das Nintendo Entertainment System aus dem Jahr 1985. Sein Design erinnerte an einen Roboter.
  • R.O.B. (short for Robotic Operating Buddy) is an accessory for the Nintendo Entertainment System who has recently made appearances in a few Mario games. In Japan, it was known as the Famicom Robot, which was short for Family Computer Robot. R.O.B. functions by translating flashes of information on the television screen into physical actions (using technology similar to the Zapper Gun). R.O.B. was first used for the game Gyromite. Players could control R.O.B. with the control pad to make him raise and lower gyroscopes. To make the gyroscope spin, the player must set the object in the gyroscope spinner and then balance it on one of the two round trays that are connected to controller two. Placing a gyro on the red tray lowers the red GATES; placing a gyro on the blue tray lowers the blue GATES. R.O.B. is also the last unlockable character in Mario Kart DS. To unlock R.O.B., players have to win the Mirror Special Cup. In the game, he is one of the heaviest characters, his weight matched only by Bowser. R.O.B's symbol is a purple NES D-Pad. R.O.B. has two original karts are the ROB-BLS and the ROB-LGS. His karts are fast, heavy, and have good handling, which is uncharacteristic of a heavy character. R.O.B. did not return in Mario Kart Wii, Mario Kart 7 or Mario Kart 8, probably he can't make time for racing now that he is in Super Smash Bros.
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