Creative Robot

Sniper Spider Mech

Rail Walker added 1 week ago

It can climb and run but an unexpected side effect made its vertical jumping much higher!

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77
Comments
5
Ratings
5
Practical Rating
3.5
Creative Rating
4.2
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Creative rating by christianYETI6.0
Function rating by christianYETI5.0
Creative rating by Givepix4.5
Function rating by Silhohen2.0
Creative rating by Silhohen2.0
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Silhohen
1 week ago
Insect legs arent worth. just use sprinters and hovers.
Paint.

Ratings 2.0 practical and 2.0 creative0
Givepix
1 week ago
thoose insect legs....naaa

Ratings 4.5 creative0
christianYETI
1 week ago

Ratings 6.0 creative and 5.0 practical0
christianYETI
1 week ago
cool! I need to try it though don't think it would stay upright in battle.

a little on the blocky side as well.

Ratings 6.0 creative and 5.0 practical0
CyborgSamurai
1 week ago
I've built the bot with different insect leg placements and in this way it flips out least (just be careful).

I like drawing time to time but when it comes to robocraft I like putting electroplates down on nearly every bot I have. If anything it makes the enemy think a bit more tactically which I like in strategy games. Just look at my "Trump's Wall M5" in the CRF, nearly all enemies try and go behind me XD!

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