Rustyard is a puzzle-assisting game released April 2, 2009. The gameplay is quite similar to Onekey, as the goal is to help a robot to reach the finish by manipulating the objects around him rather than having direct control over a particular character.
Mouse - Used to interact with various objects in the environment.
Arrow Keys - Used to move the game area.
Rustyard has twenty-eight levels. The goal of each level is to have Rusty reach the finish safely without losing all of his lives. Depending on the level, the player has to use their mouse to move certain objects or clear obstacles so that there would be clear path for Rusty to take.
The first level introduces basic mechanics to the game, such as controlling conveyor belts and moving platforms and blocks with the mouse. The player also learns in this level that Rusty can move up the stairs in order to reach the end.
The second level continues to introduce more mechanics to the game, such as turning wheels to lift up the gate or for activating the fans. Further in the level, there are spike and laser traps and finally there are some lasers.
The third level introduces coin machines and walking robots. In order to reach the end of the level, you will need to insert coins into coins machines and into walking robots in order to activate them.
This level introduces glass walls and claw machines. You can't drag things on glass walls. Get used to the glass walls and finish the level. You can only activate a claw machine by clicking the block with the arrow pointing to right. Pick up your robot a few times to finish the level.
Only 3 lasers, a box and 2 laser traps in this level. Turn the lasers into the right direction before starting and make sure Rusty doesn't get hit by these lasers! Further there's nothing difficult in this level.
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Rusty finds a girlfriend and jumps into the air because is happy. An image of the robot is seen holding hands with his girlfriend. The words above them read "Congratulations!", and below them, the player's final score is displayed.
Walking robots - The first sort of Robots the player can encounter in game. In order to activate them, the player need to insert a coin into the walking robot.
Handle robots - Those robots are special robots. The player can pick them up and place them elsewhere. The area where the player can drag this robot to can be restrained by electric fields.