Loot items are objects that can be picked up in-game, awarding the player coins and filling the loot-bag meter. Loot items differ from the environment in the way that they give off a slight sparkle particle effect while normal objects do not.

An exapmle of in-game loot in Robbery Bob

An example of Collected loot

Normal loot

Normal loot can be found scattered around the level and is not in particular hard to reach (except for extreme cases). The loot items range anywhere from dirty clothes and crumpled paper to money, jewels and laboratory equipment. Picking up loot while disguised will remove the disguise.

Main loot

Target loot is a special loot that must be collected in order to allow Bob to end the level. The location of the Target loot is marked by a blue on-screen icon that points towards the Target loot. The target loot also has gold sparkle particle effect while normal loot has got a silver one. Each level has its own unique Target loot item. The Target loot's name is shown in yellow unlike normal loot which appears white. In more levels like advanced, winter, bonus, extras or challenge it shows just "Treasure" instead of a unique name. However in Bonus, some levels also got a unique name.

Robbery Bob Target Loot template

The target loot in-game.


Keys are found in certain rooms and are used to open locked doors. Unlike real-life keys, the in-game keys are universal, meaning that any key can be used to unlock any door. Keys can be considered as loot since they are obtained in the same way. An alternative to keys is the lock-pick which is available in the store for 150 coins. Unlike loots, it won't drop your disguise while picking up it. in Robbery Bob 2 they will drop your disguise


Loot can picked up by walking up to it. Bob's range for grabbing loot can be upgraded in the store. Bob will automatically pick up any nearby loot when close to it.

Loot Grabbing upgrades

First upgrade: 50 Coins

Second upgrade: 150 Coins

Third (Final) upgrade: 450 Coins

List of target loot (in order) (List completed by thuyen)

Chapter 1

  1. Dealer's briefcase
  2. Jewelry box
  3. TV remote
  4. Frying Pan
  5. Bowling Trophy
  6. Tarantula Man issue # 1
  7. Keychain
  8. "Legal Documents" (Divorce papers)
  9. Seagull stew recipe
  10. Phone number
  11. Painting
  12. Winning ticket
  13. Loaded dice
  14. Master key
  15. Telephone

Chapter 2

  1. Daily earnings
  2. Scratch tickets
  3. Dough
  4. Clams
  5. Laptop
  6. Two dollars
  7. A Small fortune
  8. Prototype camera
  9. Tranquility certificate
  10. Moolah
  11. Benjamins
  12. World of Woodcraft
  13. Honey Glazed Ribs
  14. Incriminating Evidence
  15. Big pile o' cash

Chapter 3

  1. Trinitroxypropane
  2. Calibration Codes
  3. Crystal Prism
  4. Spectral Harmonics inhibitor
  5. Anti-matter battery
  6. Pet food
  7. Cup of trimethylxathine
  8. Launch pad access codes
  9. P.A.L Device
  10. Candy bar
  11. Access code: alpha
  12. Access code: Beta
  13. Access code: Gamma
  14. Access code: Omega
  15. Self-Destruct initiated (not loot, Bob pressed the wrong button)

List of known loot names (not in order) (List incomplete)

  • Laptop
  • USB memory stick
  • Crumpled paper
  • Broken toy
  • Duct tape
  • Fistful of quarters
  • Encyclopedia
  • Notepad
  • Withered plant
  • Potted plant
  • Ham sandwich
  • Cupcake
  • Peanut
  • Plastic bag
  • Plastic fork
  • Half cup of Coffee
  • Bunch of paperclips
  • Fashion Magazine
  • TV remote
  • AAA Battery
  • Yesterday's newspaper
  • Lost marbles
  • Leftover steak
  • Mouse pad
  • Digital watch
  • Doggie toy
  • Chew toy
  • Stapler
  • Office telephone
  • Clipboard
  • Notepad
  • Ball of yarn
  • Calculator
  • Dirty clothes
  • Length of string
  • Old magazines
  • Mail
  • Stationary
  • Broken Record
  • Picture
  • Something sticky
  • Deck of cards
  • Company memo
  • Mobile phone
  • Personnel files
  • Lab coat
  • Data disc
  • Laser optics
  • ET prototype
  • Fresnel manifold
  • Spatial dilute
  • Partial prototype
  • Higgs boson locator
  • Dark matter replicator
  • Positron separator
  • Test tubes
  • Science report
  • Children's drawing
  • Used scratch ticket
  • Super-Bob action figure
  • Super-Bob comic
  • Desk lamp
  • Burnt-out fuse
  • Circuit relay
  • Digital watch
  • Chocolate bar
  • Phone number
  • Giant penny
  • Leaky bucket
  • Empty tin can
  • Tomatoes
  • Giant popcorn
  • Can of shark-repellent
  • Toy ray gun
  • Old sock
  • Donut
  • False tooth
  • Spark plug
  • Awful horror flick