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Tesla Ball

Tesla Drone added 8 months ago

Tesla Ball , simple starter bot everyone can use , make sure use Camera mode , you can find it in CRF , Techhunter , or simple import Tesla Ball , 255 cpu only cheap but very good for damage and level up. Check my other robot's. Link for tutorial - http://robocraftgarage.com/tutorial/agrwyG89

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Comments
12
Ratings
7
Practical Rating
7.5
Creative Rating
5.5
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Function rating by SavageGamer1119.0
Creative rating by SavageGamer1114.0
Function rating by keysha186.0
Creative rating by keysha182.5
Function rating by ilies455.0
Function rating by Avampire10.0
Creative rating by Avampire10.0
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Avampire
8 months ago
It look too basic but it's ok in battle.

Ratings 10.0 practical and 10.0 creative0
ilies45
8 months ago
you haven't credited the original autor, how does this make you feel?

Ratings 5.0 practical0
Techhunter
8 months ago
Stop your kid joke many people made this same , but I explained only thruster direction.
ilies45
8 months ago
So, you see how annoying and useless the "credit the author of an concept" is. Next time don't bother to comment "but you haven't credited the author" on a bot unless it's absolutely indentcal wich in this case seems to be. But at the end of the day every Tesla balls looks the same

Ratings 5.0 practical0
Techhunter
8 months ago
Honestly , so many players made this version so original author no one know what I've asked , and people asked only for thruster facing , which I show in tutorial.
ilies45
8 months ago
*tutorial* but not *bot showcase*

Ratings 5.0 practical0
207nbrown
8 months ago
how are the tesla blades orange in the first image?
Techhunter
8 months ago
It's calling recoloring in flash C6 tool , but they are normal tesla , this was only for better image feeling ^^
keysha18
8 months ago
So much creativity ....

Ratings 6.0 practical and 2.5 creative0
Techhunter
8 months ago
Well bot it's made for starter cause low cpu so it can easy lvl up unlike other , also it's cheap and perfect mech for not skilled player cause only aim and bump in enemy , also more battle they play the will be better skilled.
SavageGamer111
8 months ago
been done before but its effective for this cpu

Ratings 9.0 practical and 4.0 creative0
Techhunter
8 months ago
Yes , many people asked what is best starter bot , but for me this one is great example :D , also new players can check tutorial of it http://robocraftgarage.com/tutorial/agrwyG89

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