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Stack-Up NA box.jpg
Developer(s): Nintendo R&D1
Publisher(s): Nintendo
Platform: NES
Category: Puzzle
Players: 1-2
Predecessor: N/A
Successor: N/A
Release dates
N. America: October 18, 1985
Japan: July 26, 1985
Europe: September 1986
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Stack-Up (also known as Robot Block) is a Nintendo Entertainment System title released in 1985. It is one of the two games in the Robot series, and as such is one of the only two games played using the R.O.B. peripheral. In Japan, Stack-Up was the game packaged with R.O.B. units, while in other regions the game was packaged in a larger box containing the necessary accessories.

Notably, rather than being re-coded for an NES Game Pak, Stack-Up Game Paks instead use the original 60-pin Family Computer circuit board attached to a custom 72-pin adapter.


Here's a high-tech, high-strategy juggling game act that's loads of fun.

Are you up to the challenge? You've got to get R.O.B., the World's first Robotic Operating Buddy, to stack a pile of colored discs to match the colored pattern on the screen. This exciting Robot game can be played several ways. In the Direct mode, you have to match the pattern in the shortest number of moves. In the Memory mode, you can program up to 100 Robot moves as you try to match the pattern. In the Bingo mode, on screen alien beings keep changing the pattern, preventing you from completing your mission! Inside you'll find five colored discs and five disc holders along with the game pak. Everything you need to play STACK UP!


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Technical details

Technical Details

NES Game Pak

Input / compatible controllers

Nintendo Entertainment System Controller, R.O.B.

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