Robotek 4+

Conquer the Empire of Machine‪!‬

David Peroutka

Designed for iPad

    • 4.3 • 393 Ratings
    • Free
    • Offers In-App Purchases

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Description

The humanity had fallen. In the great robot uprising machines took the planet over. Empire of Machine is the new world order. It's time to take it back! One node at a time.

◉ Unique blend of strategy, action and RPG.
◉ More than 200 levels spread all around the world.
◉ Rewarding skill system with more than 30 levels.
◉ 9 upgradable slot symbols to fit your own style of play.
◉ 4 special abilities including the devastating Nuke.
◉ Play thrilling duels with your friends!
◉ Play online battles in free multiplayer!

Rip through your enemies with lasers, electrocute them or fry them with microwaves. Deploy your own robots to fight for you or steal them from your enemy. Protect and upgrade your forces or throw them away in a ruthless wave of destruction.

Get experience from every battle, level up, gain power and crush the Empire of Machine!

Check out the Strategy Guide for additional tips and tricks:
http://blog.hexage.net/2011/05/27/strategy-guide-to-robotek/

IN-APP PURCHASES

Robotek is free to play supported only by optional in-app purchases. You can finish the entire game without re-charging your energy. Play it safe: Learn all of the symbols in tutorial. Do not challenge nodes tougher than you. Master the gameplay, level up and go against weaker nodes first! You can always reset the campaign in Options and start from scratch.

However with any in-app purchase you get:
• Power & Coins
• gain access to RECHARGE NODE
• better Power gains for every victory
• unlock the DUEL mode to play with friends

What’s New

Version 2.10.4

Multiplayer server migration.
Duel mode is now available for everyone.
New XP doubler allows you to level up faster.

Ratings and Reviews

4.3 out of 5
393 Ratings

393 Ratings

GoodLiving1900 ,

Entertaining and challenging

I loved this game from the start. The idea is well throughout and executed. Each type of robot, attack, or defense had a special time and purpose to be used. When you realize this, Robotek becomes more like chess than checkers. Rolling better outcomes on the slot reels is a skill that takes time to develop, but it is doable with a little effort.
Simple gameplay makes it great for my young kids too. They love to watch me play and they love to show the game off to their friends.
I would give 5 stars, but the multiplayer mode doesn't work well.
Overall, a great game that has provided me hours of entertainment.

FREEDOM108108 ,

Alllll about luck

Fun game that’s creative and unique. However when you go into this game it’s best to know it’s pure luck. The “guide” says the luck is even and that shield is the best way to go, but it definitely isn’t. I find it much more successful to go for attacks and ignore the middle roll options completely. I tried the shield/hack tactics for a while and while there were games I would win big, a vast majority I would lose due to the AI getting an absurd amount of luck. It might sound like complaining but it’s just a fact, it feels like the game considers having a successful hack far more lucky than a triple roll, and therefore it thinks it needs to give a lot of luck to the AI. While trying shield tactics I’ll constantly have games where I get one successful hack (which are great) but then the AI will have 4x or 5x the amount of triple rolls as I have. Constantly. So in summary: ignore the guide, and try your own ways. And remember it’s luck.

taco joshy ,

my favorite game as a kid

i loved this game as a kid, everything from the graphics to the music to the easter eggs of messages when certain robots were beaten wowed 10 year old me playing on a HP touchpad. it is a bit of luck but you eventually learn ways to put yourself in the best position to win. triple rolls are almost essential but strategy of using the “rapid fire” at key times is just as devastating to the AI as it is to you when they roll a triple. overall, and i may be a bit nostalgic here, it’s a great game. randomly thought about it today and am re-downloading for the first time in years.

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

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