The most recent Ludum Dare challenged people to make a game in just 48 hours themed around "10 Seconds", and for Morusque that was more than enough time to turn out this quirky little point-and-click puzzle game called Robby. Robby's plan to rob a bank doesn't go over well when a police officer shows up despite the teller's cooperation, and now he has until the copper counts to ten to drop his gun... but since that'll wind you up in prison, what's the point in doing that? Just click around to interact with things when their names appear as you mouse over them, but be warned... each click counts as a second, making the game turn-based, and you don't have long to figure out a way out. You do, however, have a lot of options... and a lot of ways this could go badly for you.
Though it is, by design, a very short little game, chances are you'll have to play through it multiple times in order to concoct a scheme that will get you out alive and jail-free. Normally that sort of trial-and-error would be frustrating, but with Robby's surreal, weirdo style and so cheerfully silly to boot, experimenting is more fun than not. You can leave the bank, threaten the tellers, try to break the chandelier, visit stores, and so on, and so forth, and somewhere in there you'll find a way to let Robby go free. I, for one, would love to see further adventures of Robby, and if you've got a sense of humour, a little initiative, and a bit of the ol' MacGuyver in you when it comes to getting out of bad situations, chances are you will too.