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SMG Tank added 4 months ago

A small robot that has a high damage boost which shreds bots that don't have this boost. this is a very cheap and pretty good starter bot for people who are new to this game.

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Function rating by christianYETI5.0
Creative rating by christianYETI8.0
Function rating by Avestron5.0
Creative rating by Avestron5.0
Creative rating by Zalera7.0
Function rating by Zalera7.0
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Zalera
4 months ago
Could have been better, but i can notice some good points ^^

Ratings 7.0 creative and 7.0 practical0
MaximBowls
4 months ago
@Averstron thanks for the advice I have changed it how you said.
Avestron
4 months ago
OK. Thank you for the improved pictures. we can now look at your bot :c)

So - this is a tracked laser gunbed.

The simplicity of its design 'does' make it an OK-vehicle for beginners or players seeking a challenge to try out.

If I am not mistaken those are a pair of 'rare' tracks that you have on there. This makes the bots slightly less suited for beginners because by the time they get a pair of those, they may want to move on to other things.

Have you considered reconfiguring the undercarriage to feature 4 x smaller tracks? This may cost a little bit more CPU but the redundancy in tracks has its advantages.

Another advantage is that you could set these tracks a few cubes apart (tracks turn better and tighter with a little distance in-between).

More good news is that you could cube-fill in the gaps left by using smaller tracks - especially the space on top of them. This will boost your currently 'meh-for-a-tank' health level.

Weapons and placements: Firstly - if you could try not to use rods (because this is aimed at being a starter tank) that would be great. The nice thing about wasps is that they can be packed really tightly together and as long any backward lasers have a clearance of at least one cube above any other wasps ahead of them - they'll be fine.

Your weapons will enjoy improved survival if you place them on triangular (or curve) wedges (so that there is no forward connection point transferring damage from the exposed front.

It doesn't matter that a laser has 5000 health if the underlying cube is shot off.

The lasers on the sides of the bumper and sides are currently quite exposed but their armour and damage routing can be improved to mitigate this problem.

One more thing. That you use several colours is cool if basic. adding cosmetics is always tricky but feel free to experiment.

Thanks for sharing.

Ratings 5.0 practical and 5.0 creative0
christianYETI
4 months ago
thanks much better

Ratings 5.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
MaximBowls
4 months ago
K, I uploaded more pictures guys
christianYETI
4 months ago
could you add some more pictures?

Ratings 5.0 practical and 8.0 creative0
Avestron
4 months ago
And better/ larger pictures, at that?

Ratings 5.0 practical and 5.0 creative0
christianYETI
4 months ago
yeah.......

Ratings 5.0 practical and 8.0 creative0

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