Robot Rumble 2.0 is an awesome Robot Wars/BattleBots TV show style robot battling game where you can build and customize your own combat robot and test your mettle (and your metal) in the arena.
If you’ve ever enjoyed watching robot combat shows like Robot Wars or BattleBots then you’ll get a real kick out of Robot Rumble 2.0. It allows you to create and take control of all manner of different types of robots in different hazard filled arenas, with you attempting to either incapacitate your opponent, flip them out the arena or drop them down a pit.
The devs are aiming to have battles with up to 6 robots in the arena at a time (which may be in the Beta) but in the current Alpha battles are limited to 1v1 against AI or in local multiplayer. In the Alpha build there are nine playable robots (most of which are officially licensed versions of real-life bots) and four different arenas to do battle in. It allows you to control a variety of different styles of robot, with an assortment of different weaponry – including spikes, flails, spinners, wedges and flippers. You can also build and test your very own robot, but you can’t actually take it into the arena at the moment (hopefully in the upcoming Beta though).
The current Alpha build of Robot Rumble 2.0 is a few months old, but it’s a very impressive game, with realistic physics, authentic looking arenas, a nice assortment of robots and an intuitive robot building interface. The Beta should be even better and crucially, allow you to use your custom build robots in the arena – which is going to be a whole lot of fun. Sign up for the Beta to join in the Robot Rumble!
Check out a Gameplay Video of the Alpha Here
Download The Robot Rumble Alpha Here (Windows & Mac)
Sign Up For The Robot Rumble 2.0 Beta Here
2 thoughts on “Robot Rumble 2.0 – Alpha Download & Beta Sign Up”
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The game even though in its alpha stage is really good. However I would like the following to make it to the final release. Make the workshop more easier and make it so that we are guided to build a demo robot first before actually starting on our own project. I am a fan of both Robot Wars and Battlebots but don’t have a clue as to how to make a bot from scratch. So the tutorial on how to build will be real helpful for beginners. Also you must add some of the verified teams of both Battlebots and Robot wars as it will surely make this game real popular. Speaking about bots add a horizontal spinner. That is one of the best bots around right now (Carbide and Tombstone 😁 ) A replay with slow motion feature really anticipated. And something I personally want and really optional feature, a behind the bot constant camera angle like every other car racing game out there. Think it would really suit for this kind of genre of game and might help make controlling the bot easier 😅
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