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BarBeQilla

Plasma Mech added 1 month ago

I wanted to make the most of the Electroshield D's and I ended up with this ball shaped mech.

Once established the outline I worked a lot on the insides where struts are meshed to reinforce, and still provide space for a power module.

I installed 7 x devastators because I like barbecue so much!

I listened at user Zalera and installed four Thunder hovers.

In two of the pics I removed two front electroplates, so you can peek under the hood.

It's currently uploaded to Factory.

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Function rating by Zalera8.0
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sandrotbg
3 weeks ago
Update of 2017-07-27 ruined hovers function, you can't turn any more in mid-air while jumping. If you think that Free Jam should bring back some real physics to the game, please contact them.
sandrotbg
1 month ago
Hello folks, I also added a video.
Zalera
1 month ago
Not sure about the module, but effective anyway imo... also, it needs at least 1 hover inside :/

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sandrotbg
1 month ago
There you go Zalera, I hang the power module upside down and I made space for four Thunder hovers. Now it can climb walls. Thank you for your suggestion.
sandrotbg
1 month ago
Yes, I wanted a hover too, but the inside is very intricate with struts so I was left with no space. :-( I made it up with another bot, named Schwarzkopf, I'll publish it over the next few days, stay tuned. I'll see though if the inside of BarBeQilla can be further optimized and updated in case... in Schwarzkopf I ended up hanging the power module upside-down to find space for two hovers, which I didn't consider yet for BarBeQilla, that has power module installed upright.

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