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Picture yourself in a suit of Robobot Armor.
— Description • Kirby: Planet Robobot website

Robobot Yourself is a web game in the Kirby series. It was developed and published by Nintendo in 2016 as a promotion for Kirby: Planet Robobot. The game currently remains on the Kirby: Planet Robobot microsite on Nintendo of America's website.[1]


Robobot Yourself is a photograph editor. After clicking "Get started!", the player is instructed to scroll through four possible Robobot Armor suits (normal, Fire, Jet, and Beam). Once this is selected, the next step is to upload a photo; the picture is then warped and shrunken to fit inside the cockpit. The player can further zoom the photo in or out, move it around the frame, or replace it altogether. Stickers can be added, and each can be rotated and resized. The stickers include:

Robobot Armor Gear, Waddle Dee Gear, Meta Knight Gear, King Dedede Gear, Kirby Gear, Waddle Dee, Meta Knight, King Dedede, Kirby, Star Icon

Buttons below the tools and photo serve to ease the player's creation. The Back tab brings takes the picture back one step to remove the photo or bring up the suit selector (though added stickers are kept). The back arrow deletes the photo and effects; as a safeguard, it requires two clicks to be performed. Save image removes the sticker panels from the sides of the screen and adds Kirby: Planet Robobot and Nintendo 3DS logos to the upper corners of the frame.

When the player is content with his/her creation, the final button comes into play. Download allows him/her to download the finished picture. It saves itself as "," which contains the edited image and a square version meant for use as an avatar.

Related Quotes

You can add your photo to a suit of Robobot Armor to see what you’d look like in the Kirby: Planet Robobot game.
— Description • Play Nintendo


  • As Robobot Yourself lacks any credits list, the name(s) of the developer(s) is unknown.
  • Robobot Yourself's exact release date is unknown. Its first known appearance online was on May 28, 2016.[2]
  • A single sticker can be expanded to cover the entire frame.



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