War Robots

War Robots

By Pixonic Games LTD

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2014-04-15
  • Current Version: 3.5.0
  • Adult Rating: 12+
  • File Size: 768.49 MB
  • Developer: Pixonic Games LTD
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.1 or later.
Score: 4.5
From 133,455 Ratings


War Robots is an action-packed multiplayer game with 6 vs. 6 team battles in real-time! Join the ranks of the Mighty Warriors! “Saddle up, pilot! It’s time for some mechanized, armor plated, missile firing, machine gun shooting, nuclear powered fun.” - Technologytell “War Robots is a fun online multiplayer zone capture game with energetic robot battles.” -Engadget “This one could break big, so educate yourself now.” - AppSpy “A mechanized MMO battler with some teeth.” - 148apps.com “If you like Robots and real-time PvP battles, the game will be your best choice.” - 2P.com It's a time of war, pilot! Are you ready for surprise attacks, intricate tactical maneuvers and the many sneaky tricks your rivals have in store for you? Destroy enemy robots, capture all the beacons, and upgrade your weapons to increase combat strength, speed, and durability of your battle robot. Prove yourself in each map and use different strategies and tactics to emerge victorious from battle! MAIN FEATURES: – 28 battle robots with different strengths; – more than 20 weapon types, including ballistic missiles, energy and plasma guns. What will you choose? – many possible combinations of robots and weapons. Create a war machine to fit your own play style; – create your own clan and lead it to glorious victories; – join epic PvP battles against rivals from all over the world; – complete military tasks for bonuses and earn the Best Pilot title. Onward, soldier! Victory is yours! You want to talk about the game or find allies? Then join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/warrobots/ or follow us on Twitter: @WWR_by_Pixonic and YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/WALKINGWARROBOTS Important note: This application requires a stable internet connection. In case of any problems, please contact us at wwr_support@pixonic.com so we can work on a fast resolution. Enjoy the game!



  • Injustiça

    By combate 762
    Os jogos do war Robots Royale são muito roubados pois nunca se ganha oque quer vc gira a roleta e as vazes ela para logo em seguida em um item ruim não da nem chance para que o jogador ganhe uma arma boa
  • I love this game except one thing

    By 615189😀
    The game is really good except you should be able to upgrade the place where you keep your bots and then so you can use some of the gold to get more spots for your bots
  • Love this game

    By RobotGaming
    This game is wonderful. It has so much guns and robots.
  • December 21st, 2015

    By MaxPrm
    I have played this game since the beginning. Some changes were good, others were questionable. Yet, all changes lead to a better game. Just stick with it and it will be better. You people have no reason to complain about recent updates without playing some of the first.
  • DON’T be a Sucker!

    By David Birdsall
    This game is designed to make you spend money. Sure you don’t have to pay to play, but don’t be fooled. The problems are endless. These are some of the problems that have been plaguing this game for 3+ years: 1. Ranking System: Pixonic rewards ineptitude. Winning is based on capturing the flag or eliminating the 30 enemy robots. However, Rank is based on damage only, and Rank is how you progress in the game. Your team must work together and win in order for you to receive a positive ranking. Your rank depends on your team, but you have no way to communicate with your teammates. If your team plays well with you, you may get up up 13 points. If they are focusing on damage instead of the win, you lose 22 points. Are your other five teammates chasing down one robot leaving you to deal with the beacons and the 5 enemy bots? Too bad. You lose 22 points. Are your teammates not taking 2 extra steps to capture a beacon? Too bad. You lose 22 points. Are your teammates not paying attention to the bad guy 5 feet away from them? Too bad. You lose 22 points. Did you teammates quit in the mi? Too bad. You lose 22 points. Many players quit matches if they know they are going to lose, because why play your heart out for 10 minutes if you know you’re going to lose 22 points anyway? Playing War Robots is a frustrating gamble resulting in frequent losses. You’ll play several days a week to get 50 ranking points only to lose it all in the next 2 games. It doesn’t matter how many beacons you capture or robots you kill. If you don’t have the highest damage, you will lose ranking. Were you the one who sacrificed getting damage because you were skillfully making your way across the map for several minutes to capture another beacon and seize the win? Well, too bad. According to Pixonic, you’re not as good as the player who stayed at the back of the map, never came within 800 meters of the enemy, and only shot once every 10-20 seconds - resulting in no kills and no beacon captures. He gets all the ranking points because he has all the damage. You must take the -22 points again because complaining to Pixonic wont do anything. 2. Mandatory League System: If you play this game, Pixonic places you in a league. You must play against higher leagues who are 5-10 times stronger than you. You will also run into high level players who purposely rank in lower leagues, so they can beat up on lower ranked players to maintain their higher status. Winning streaks don’t happen. Losing streaks of 10, 20, even 30 games in a row are very common. You can play hundreds of games, and you’ll never get anywhere - unless you spend hundreds of dollars in cash. 3. Inept Programers: Pixonic keeps War Robots split into realms. You only play against people on the platform (iOS, Android, Kindle, or Facebook/PC). If you have a friend on a different device, you can never play with them. Instead of programming a central server network and have all platforms communicate with it, the game is in the app, and the servers merely join players in a game - like the old days of Xbox Live. If you get a bad connection, you get punished. More than half the robots start the game while you’re stuck at home base waiting for the countdown to finish. 4. Inept Management: Since Pixonic’s server programming is poor, connections are crappy and slow at best. You can have the fastest internet connection with the newest device, but you will still suffer the War Robots app crashing and no servers detected errors. Instead of using all the money Pixonic makes to get better programmers, Pixonic has decided to punish players who lose connection or suffer from crashes, by placing them in their own “loser” league. 5. Game Physics: Pixonic doesn’t program games based on real physics. The game exists in another dimension. You can’t shoot bullets between two cables that are separated a foot apart, but the enemy can shoot back at you through the same opening. You can’t walk around the map without getting your robot or weapon stuck on all kids of invisible snags. 6. Game Mechanics: Pixonic still can’t figure out how to create good controls for their game. You don’t jump in the direction you point your joystick. You jump in whatever direction the game decides. Even worse, the target lock is purposely designed to lock onto targets you can’t hit or where you’re not aiming. Point your reticle at a target dead ahead in range of your weapons, and the system will lock onto a target to your right or left, behind cover, and out of range. Even when you get the correct target lock, it will change suddenly, without warning, just as you are pressing fire. 7. Extreme Pricing: Pixonic forces players to pay the high cost to maintain these separate realms. Pixonic does this by charging the highest prices in mobile gaming: $100 for a robot. $20-$100 per a weapon. You need 2-4 weapons per a robot with up to 5 robots in a hangar and up to 5 hangars. Then you have to pay for upgrades. It all adds up. $1000 isn’t enough for a full hangar at a competitive level, but people will spend this amount of money and more just to beat you. 8. Customer Support: Good Luck. That’s all anyone can say about that. 9. Gambling: That’s right, mom and dad, Pixonic includes gambling in this game. It’s so that you don’t have to pay full price for weapons and robots, but yes, you guessed it - It’s rigged. You wont win the same amount that you risk. You can’t win more than you risked. The prizes come in a predetermined order. With increasing bets required for each consecutive chance. Once you try it, you will know the order. Yes, it costs to gamble. It always looks like you came so close to winning a big prize, so don’t let your kids play this game. *Response to Developer’s Response: That’s all you have to say? Did you miss the second sentence of this review?
  • Only Wallet Warriors win.

    By Sim_Player
    Deleting again. Only fun for a day.
  • Wayyy too many’s ads

    By sinnerfc
    This game has so many adds it crazy, and every robot costs an arm and a leg, to buy one with actual money(not even the best robot) costs you more that $100 sometimes. Ridiculous!!!!

    By Kayla the awesomeness!! :)
    This game is a very fun entertaining app, but when you spin to win it is so rigged I wish that I could land on something better than 25,000 coins, which is worth nothing on this game, so don't get angry if this happens everyone had the same experience.THANKYOU FOR LISTINING
  • Amazing

    By deadpool_ruels
    I played this game to day and I love it nice graphics amazing quality I say 5 stars because of its graphics quality and addicting I say you should play.
  • Excruciating pay to win.

    By Mdjh51
    Star Wars Battlefront 2 has nothing on war robots. What was originally a fun game has become so tedious to upgrade and have any robots that are competitive, that I no longer enjoy it. Everything is available for a high price. You can buy an entire PS4 new release game for $30 less than ONE entry level robot After playing this game for a couple years now and constantly getting crushed by someone who ponied up the $$ for a powerful robot and weapons, I’m so frustrated that I’m deleting the game.