Gladiabots 17+

AI Combat Arena

Sebastien Dubois

Designed for iPad

    • 4.5 • 82 Ratings
    • $3.99
    • Offers In-App Purchases



Gladiabots is a robot combat strategy game in which you carefully construct the AI of your robot squad and send them into the battle arena. Improve, refine and repeat until you outsmart all your opponents and friends online.

- Create your own AI and watch your robots execute it in the arena
- Fix it, improve it and repeat it until you outsmart all your opponents
- Simple and powerful AI programming system offering millions of possible combinations (with no programming skills required)
- Create and customize your robot crew
- Single player campaign with hundreds of solo missions
- Online multiplayer career mode featuring, ranked, unranked and private matches
- 3 distinctly different game modes: elimination, domination and collection
- Create and compete in tournaments
- Asynchronous multiplayer - battle friends even if they are not online
- Sandbox mode in which you control both teams to test your tactics
- Rank up and earn points to unlock new robot skins

This game doesn't have any ads and is NOT pay-to-win!
The in-app purchases allow you to buy in-game credits that you can use to unlock new skins for your robots. They are optional, purely cosmetic and don't give any gameplay advantages.

What’s New

Version 1.4.28

- Multiplayer: fixed matches with deleted players appearing as "to be deployed"
- Multiplayer: reduced leaderboard activity timeout from 1 month to 1 week
- Multiplayer: fixed not downloaded matches appearing with "0" map generation code
- Tournaments: check if registration is enabled on server when using the in-game "register" button
- Team setup: fixed color patterns shaking for certain resolutions
- Tutorial: fixed "A and B" intermediate mission (victory by default)
- Tutorial: unlocked node selection in "Attack" mission to enable node tooltips on mobile
- UI: move bug report button to the settings menu
- Localization: improved AI tooltips for french language
- Localization: fixed typos
- Stats: fixed player daily score and ranking graphs displaying "0" value when player is inactive

Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5
82 Ratings

82 Ratings

Helam89 ,

Unique and awesome

Super fun game. I really like the way multiplayer (both free play and ranked) works. You don’t have to wait in a matchmaking queue or anything it just automatically puts you against an AI created by another player at the same skill level and then either player can watch the match whenever they want. Also the way the campaign is designed is awesome. The first chapter (or two?) are designed by the developer but the rest of the chapters use AIs made by real players in the community at various skill levels. So as you rank through the campaign you are sort of playing against the whole spectrum of the community and can learn and get better over time. This also means the campaign can change over time, keeping it fresh and challenging. 11/10!

OPNoobGod ,

Brilliant Idea, Excellent Game!

This game is fantastic. It’s a great way to learn to think like a programmer without having to worry about syntax or constant typing. If you have a competitive streak or just like watching your ideas come to life then this game will inspire you to push yourself, both creatively and analytically.

Even if you have no interest in programming, playing this game will teach you problem-solving and how to think more efficiently.

And if you ever feel stuck, just check out the Wiki and the forum to learn more about the game, see existing strategies, and discuss ideas with other players!

Doc Dash ,

Very Good Man!

Not a typical game for this current era, though it aught to be. Very good tool for improving your critical thinking, deductive reasoning, and instills the basis for learning how to program. Starts with a very simple small set of commands, but rapidly opens up more and more complexity by not only new commands, but building the simple commands into designated sub routines.

It might not be for everyone, especially if you like matching colored dots. You just need to try it and you’ll be hooked, or you won’t. At the very least it’s a one time bags of gems or hero shards. In the age of pay 2 win, this is a welcome surprise.

App Privacy

The developer, Sebastien Dubois, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Contact Info
  • Identifiers
  • Diagnostics

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  • Usage Data

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