I'm gonna catch u, even if it is the last thing i'll do on my life!
But the game doesn't help me & the launcher doesn't wanna let me play, so, i'm currently (Almost permanently, hope it's not this way) stopped from doin' sh*tty-meh-regular-cool-awesome bots for the community.
Since blocks aren't a deal anymore, bought IOk of all of 'em, so i need to worry about hardware & movility.
Well, cya later dude, and have a nice life on here.
Keep doin' what u like: create.
No, I'm still deciding if tis websites worth it.
The maturity and creativity are just going down the drain quicker than ever.
Bots are getting more generic, more people are using random prism weave and calling it 'triforced.' Various 'rodforced' builds have got it all wrong with all rods connecting to a singular point, making their builds weaker.
It's pathetic how the shittiest (functionwise) bot with a nice art side still rockets to the top, when a competitive bot built properly and avetagely good looking are left to die.
Also Pokemoncafter222 is a peice of shit
lmao, I absolutely agree with this, I've noticed that there's been a significant rise in meh-type bots which are unattractive but still get high ratings, the effort going into builds is at an all time low for rcg and it kinda makes me feel bad for myself and the other builders who spend hours designing their bots for functionality while keeping them aesthetically pleasing.
Robocraft Garage is an English community website for the PC game Robocraft where you build robots and fight other gamers in an online arena. Gamers of Robocraft meet and share their in-game creative work in this community. This website is run by fans and is not an official website of Robocraft.