Powerful Robot Games

Powerful Robot Games is a game development studio based in Montevideo, Uruguay. It was founded in 2002 by game researcher Gonzalo Frasca and Sofía Battegazzore.

The studio recently developed Big Fat Awesome House Party, a webgame for Cartoon Network that generated over 13 million accounts on its first year.

Powerful Robot pioneered the field of campaign games by developing in 2003, along with Persuasive Games, the first videogame ever commissioned for a U.S. Presidential campaign. Its team was also behind "Cambiemos" (2004), a game for the Uruguayan Presidential Campaign..

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