A monster trainer-esque RPG that features the Haro from Mobile Suit Gundam. Haro's main gimmick in this game is the ability to imitate robots from several anime series.


 Harobots was first released on the Wonderswan in 1999 and then on the Game Boy Color (as Harobots GB) in 2000. It was developed by anime giant Sunrise's videogame division, and draws on the company's vast library of robot anime series. It follows the formula of many Pokemon-like RPGs and features a young protagonist who wants to become a "Harobots Battle" Master.

Represented Anime

Harobots features more than three dozen robot anime series. Interestingly enough, aside from the Haro itself Mobile Suit Gundam is not represented in any way.
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