Rift is a wacky retro puzzle-platform game for kids and teens, where you gain points and pass levels by playing the role of a peculiar little robot to collect batteries and feed cake to his Big Greedy “starving” Master. In order to do this, you need to get through a series of demanding door opening and box building situations that require planning and patience.
The robot character (who talks to you) is similar to a Star Wars robot, and the master is like a pink version of the famous “Jabba the Hut” from the same movie. This unique and entertaining game offers endless hours of silly fun. Don’t let the game characters down! The robot is lonely and needs you and the master must have his cake! Get moving and have fun!
OK, you are the robot and you need to get cake to your master! He’s “starving!”. If you don’t hurry up, he shouts at you. The pressure is on. Don’t disappoint! He loves cake. To get there, you need to use boxes, strategically placing them to open doors, and collecting as many batteries as you can to earn points. Once you get the cake to your master, he’s happy and you pass the level. This retro simulation game is no piece of cake – be warned. Eh hello? Where are you? I must have cake! Hurry up!
How To Play: Use the Arrow Keys on your computer keyboards to move the robot: Up Arrow = Jump; Left Arrow = move left; Right Arrow = move right. Use the “S” key to pick up a box. Holding “S” will allow you to turn with the box, holding the “X” key will allow you to move backwards holding the box. You can see your score and level in the top right corner of the game screen.