The Dons had a 3-1 lead with 24 minutes on the clock, but ended up conceding twice in the final three minutes to record a 3-3 draw.
Robinson, who has overseen just four wins in 14 league games this season, was frustrated with a handful of refereeing decisions during the match.
"Maybe we need to cheat a little bit more, go down, scream, maybe we need to do that," Robinson told BBC Three Counties. "Honesty in the way we're doing things doesn't seem to be getting the right rewards.
"Stay on your feet, be disciplined, but you've seen tonight that's clearly not the case. If you stay on your feet you don't get the foul, ultimately you lose the football and you get countered on or you get kicked in your own area by a centre-forward who finds himself two yards out tapping it in."
The club are currently 16th in the league table.