Gauntlet Of Doom 4 Robots
Controls are the same throughout the episodes. 'E' to punch, 'space' to jump, and 'R' to throw batarangs. Arrow keys move Batman in all 4 directions. You could easily escape from the enemy only by running and jumping, and there's no need to fight your opponents in order to get to the exit. Yet, what would be the fun in that? So, don't hesitate to smash a few robots with few direct punches.
As usual, don't expect much of a play out of this game, as it is extremely short. The intense action lasts for only a couple of minutes and that's it. After finishing up the level as Batman you can restart the game to see how well will Superman do, and that's all. They could have easily packed all episodes into just one multi level game.
This game relies on Adobe Shockwave technology. We see this often with some more advanced online games, especially 3D. This one certainly does not justify the usage of this technology, meaning that everything could have been easily achieved in Flash. You can accept the default installation message coming from your browser or explicitly go and visit this location for install. http://get.adobe.com/shockwave/ Choose this option when asked 'always run on this site' ... because otherwise it will keep asking you to install it again and again. Maybe system restart is a good idea after installing, although it is not specified as required during the installation process.