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EDIT: Thanks for frontpage NG! Also, that shop problem is fixed now, so refresh your browser to see new version. Sorry about that.
NOTE: THERE ARE NEW SECTIONS THAT COVER HOW TO CONTROL YOUR BOTS. Also, the game (unfortunately) runs a lot better in Internet Explorer...)

The long awaited sequel to BotArena2 is here! With new features such as;
-What players have been begging for: controllable bots!
-Instant gameplay via challenge mode!
-A wide range of new weapons, plating and chassis!
-Interface and graphic improvements
-And much more!

Thank you to all the fans for their support which carried me into making the sequel. Now please, sit back and enjoy BotArena3!


Blast Away

nice game but easy to beat if you just keep beating the the lower victims:P but still i amused myself and i had to beat the game cant wait ofr the next one

impossible to play

from the word go , u loose the first rd, pathetic

Adictive !

Cool game, REALLy adictive.

I N F A V O R I T E S .

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so much potential...

sort of fun, but the ai is completely unbalanced.. opponents are smart enough to dance away from melee weapons to destroy you without taking a hit, but not smart enough to surround/block/ram opponent bots to prevent this, so the only viable strategy is to grind the lower battles until you have better ranged weapons and armour than your opponent. you cant even customise a bot to have high damage/low armour since everything can only have 1 weapon and needs armour. feels like there is no point making any kind of decisions and the game plays itself, which isnt much fun and definately isnt rewarding. if there was better customisation and ai/tactics available it would be a great game.

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great game

i couldnt stop playing until i finished i hope their will be another

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4.24 / 5.00

Feb 27, 2007
2:36 PM EST
Sports - Other
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