Your imagination is the limit in Robocraft, a free-to-play massively multiplayer online sandbox building game from Freejam. Use hundreds of parts to create your unique robot and then take it into battle against other players in a “robo-MOBA,” where the action is fierce and the parts will be flying like popcorn! Robots in Robocraft are made of cubes, which you gain access to by leveling up your robot. The more cubes your robot has, the higher its robot ranking, and the higher its robot ranking, the more rewards you get in battle that you can use to buy even more cubes. There are over 200 cubes and other components you can acquire to beef up your robot, and the options for building them are nearly limitless. Your robots can drive, walk, or fly, and bristle with weapons, from SMGs to railguns to plasma launchers. Once your robot is kitted out and ready for a fight, take it into one of Robocraft’s multiplayer modes, such as the battle arena, where each team is tasked with taking out its opponent’s protonium reactor while protecting their own. Towers on the map can be captured and used to strike at your opponents, giving this game mode a very MOBA-like feel. For something a little simpler, try your basic team deathmatch, where the object is to wipe out all of your opponents or capture their base, or the Pit, a free-for-all battle with respawns, where the object is to reach a set number of kills. You can also practice your skills against a test robot or in single-player mode. More cubes, weapons, and game modes are always in development, and its flexible building system means there’s virtually no limit as to what you can do in Robocraft. Take your robot-building skills to the limit and see how long you can survive!
Below you can check Robocraft minimum system requirements:
OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
CPU: Intel dual core or better with SSE2 support or equivilent AMD family
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics Card: Shader Model 3.0 Compatible GPU, DirectX 9.0c
Storage: 1 GB available space