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May 26, 2010 | 8:50 AM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 27, 2010

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In the future, robots rule the world. Build factories and energy plants to create masses of robots for your army. Battle against an opposing army as you crash into the enemy base for rule over their technology and the world.

Instructions:

Use your mouse to place factories on your land and extend your roads for careful building of your city.

Use your robots to create a powerful army to overtake the opposing forces.

Defeat a stage to unlock factories and more levels.

Reviews


NewbianNewbian

Rated 1 / 5 stars August 26, 2010

boring

no strategy in the game..just about whoever can spam the most robots will win



TsyrusTsyrus

Rated 0 / 5 stars July 27, 2010

lol..

I like how my review gets deleted because i wrote " This game sucked" I agree with some people, its whoever can spam the most robots wins.. nothing to this game at all.. a complete waste of time.



OdenmaruOdenmaru

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars July 15, 2010

Pretty good

I really like this game i love its music and crushing the other side but id say if you make a sequel(really hope you do) make some more levels and more variety in the robots also sometimes in storms the lightning strikes way to much in one battle i experinced this where my the enemy emped me and every bot that got out in the feild was instantly killed also maybe you could make factories that could tinker with the weather a bit like robots that stay on your wall like the snipers and try to change the weather to your advantage one more thing it really doesnt make too much sense that robots can shoot through the walls i mean they should be able to shoot at the opening of the wall but not through it because if thats the case why even destroy it even if it can help you win or keep you pined down anyways great game hope you make another.



Sniped50Sniped50

Rated 4 / 5 stars July 11, 2010

Epic... sorta

Let's just put this out there - despite all it's flaws, I love this game. Large-scale battles, the music, the graphics, I love it all.
However, the reason I didn't give it above an 8 lie in the problems Mondoradan listed. As I type this review, my endurance game I've got running is currently closing in on 4000 seconds and $22000, and my wall has not been touched since approximately... EVER! Oh yes, and let's not forget I found a way to cheat my way past the Twilight Zone (HINT: It involves yer EMP, if you haven't already figured it out).
Fix those problems in either an update or a sequel, and I will be very happy indeed.

Now then... 4220 seconds and $24061... Hmm. Not bad...



MondoradanMondoradan

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars June 27, 2010

Stay away from mah wall, robots!

Loved the simplistic art style, the music was nice and relaxing, and the game was quite fun overall. It did have it's problems though.
I don't think I need to mention the endurance mode and its lack of difficulty beyond the fact that I literally got up, went and ate lunch, and when I came back my wall still hadn't been touched.
Many of the factories seemed too similar so most of the time I only varied the factories I built to make my base more ascetically pleasing. Each unit should be wholly unique whether that means they have greater differences in stats or even just a different way of navigating the battlefield.
Roads were also a problem because I'd end up taking up a lot of space just because the starting road wasn't at the right position for the factory I wanted to I needed less useful factories just to get the road where I wanted it. If in the next one (please do make a sequel! I complain about the game but that's only because I love it so.) there could be the option of building roads if at great cost and time.
I need to talk about the storms. Those blasted things were far too inconvenient at times as usually they would ONLY strike my bots and it got to the point where I couldn't even get a single unit on the field as they would be immediately struck the second they exited the wall. A way to improve this would be to have clouds be part of the map and have them hovering around so when there's a storm the lightning will strike under where the clouds are. You could have them move across the map so that way it will have more of an even coverage of the battlefield and generally seem more like a storm. Lightning isn't supposed to strike the same place twice after all. Also if there were clouds on the map then some units could be like giant fans and the player could use the storm as a weapon forcing the opponent to spend precious resources on upgrading his robots to be lightning resistant.
Also something I would like to see if another game is made is some sort of on the field tactics. Grouping some units together so they would attack as a group or ordering others to hold position to ready against a large enemy attack. Just something I can do with my troops so I'm not only messing around with the factories.
Well I'll be looking forward to a second game if there is to be one and until then I'll still probably be playing this! Still a lot of fun after weeks of playing.