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Explore a post-apocalyptic world of corrupted robots and machinery

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Rid the World of Spreading Corruption

A Machine World Fallen into Decay

Set in a post-apocalyptic world where a nuclear explosion has eliminated all life on earth.

The sole survivors of this catastrophe are machines like Haiku, an adorable little robot who hops, rolls, dashes, and fights its way past deadly foes who’ve been corrupted by a computer virus.


Fight Deadly Enemies and Foes

As you explore this mechanical underworld, you will discover a wide range of abilities that will allow you to backtrack and unlock new areas of the map to explore.

Locating these new abilities won’t be easy as there is a plethora of corrupted enemies and virus-infected bosses that you’ll need to defeat along the way.


Cute and Charming Pixel Art

The world of Haiku is inspired by retro-monochromatic pixel art with a modern twist so you will see only a few colors onscreen at a time.

Each pixel is carefully placed to bring the most out of the world and it’s characters.


Haiku, the Robot will be available on

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Press kit

If you’d like to write about Haiku, the Robot, I have prepared a Press Kit with videos, facts, and images. Thank you for spreading the word.

Haiku, the Robot is brought to life by Unity game engine

and FMOD Studio by Firelight Technologies Pty Ltd.

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About Mister Morris Games

Hi, I’m Jordan Morris

And I’m the creator behind Haiku, the Robot.

Ever since I was a kid, I loved playing games with an open-world, where you want to check out where that path leads to? And the game just lets you!

I love that feeling of exploring a world on your own terms and creating your own proper adventure.


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