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Fire Beetle

SMG Walker added 1 month ago

Strange, new style of walker, this time with a propeller on the back for speedy jumping. Equipped with Laser Blaster and a Rail on the back, for extra damage.
-763 pFlops
-On the in-game shop, if you want to buy it :)

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Practical Rating
9.0
Creative Rating
10.0
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Creative rating by Zalera10.0
Function rating by Zalera9.0
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Zalera
1 month ago
It's a cool robot for a beginner imo, sadly, games aren't made with CPU now... so you could meet some monsters that would kill you pretty fast. Also, if you can control your jumps well, you can fly with only 1 propeller :p

Good firepower, probably agile, the only point is about tankiness but since it has hovers inside, it's probably good enough to runnaway or keep fighting after loosing your legs ^^

The design is pretty creative, with a classic combo of hovers / propeller but with legs that make it original.

Ratings 10.0 creative and 9.0 practical0
Luke20055
1 month ago
Thanks, yeah it's not really tough (*not at all :3) however it jumps pretty far and with some extra rudders it could certainly fly, making it much better performing. Thanks for the ratings and welcome back :)
Zalera
1 month ago
Be carefull tho, hovers with rudders is a pain to control near the ground, (I made some planes with hovers so I know what I'm talking about) these can't crash but keep plane controls even close to the earth ^^

Ratings 10.0 creative and 9.0 practical0

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