Video: A Trailer for Robot Comics’ iPhone/Android Adaptation of Robot 13


The nice people at Robot comics, have sent Hypergeek a trailer for their iPhone and Android mobile adaptation of Robot 13.

According to the press release, this port incorporates frame-by-frame animation, vibration, transition effects, and more. Nice! I’m looking forward to this one.

Check it out below:

From the press release:

We whipped up this very special Trailer for our upcoming ROBOT 13 adaptation for Android and iPhone, and the result was so killer we simply had to share!

So without further preamble, may I present a sneak peek at what is perhaps our finest adaptation yet, incorporating frame-by-frame animation, vibration, transition effects, and more:


In 1939, something was pulled up from the ocean depths off the coast of Spain; what it was and where it originated from were a mystery to the fishermen who found it, but all the surviving members of that crew agree on one thing~ whatever it was, it saved their lives. Robot 13 tells the odyssey of the hero who awoke from the ocean floor that day as it looks for answers to who he really is…

A comic by Thomas Hall with art by Daniel Bradford, coming soon to iPhone and Android mobiles.

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About Robot Comics

Robot Comics publishes mobile comics for hand-helds such as Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch, Google’s Android mobiles, Nintendo DSi and Amazon’s Kindle. It is one of first and few mobile comic publishers who offer titles specifically designed and formatted to be read on e-devices. For more information contact: [email protected]

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