You are Physchobot, a uniquely small robot that enters a larger drilling bot to undergo maintenance and repairs. Each different repair is portrayed to the gamer as the puzzle you interact with, repairing circuits, gears and clearing out unnecessary build up of foreign matter is all in the days work for the tiny hard working Physchobot.
Tetrobot and Co boasts an incredibly simple foundation for its 2-D puzzles. Designs are basic but develop their own amazing charm. The stories small segmented pieces are cartoon still images, they looked good, developed the foundations for the story and that was it; no more story additions and do you know what? It was perfect, rather than complicate things they had a simple premise and then let their puzzles walk the walk and talk the talk. One minor grief from the said story segment though; Maya, the creator of the Physcobot is shown creating her masterpiece, welding the bot together with clear safety glasses. No one welds with clear safety glasses, that is why we welders wear welding masks! The argument could be that she was soldering BUT there was a distinct welding crackle.
That small hiccup aside, the game plays presentations are flawless. Tetrobot as a character goes through a range of emotions from confusion when you enter an inaccurate command, pain when you force it into an electric current; even boredom when you don’t enter a command for a period of time. Levels or stages vary with the bot you are working on, a water flooded bot will obviously have you avoiding and working around pools of water for example; the water actually looked extremely refreshing even while inside inside a broken down robot or maybe I was just exceptionally thirsty.