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5 Best Robot Building and Fighting Games for Android

There are people who love fighting games, and then there are those who love robot fighting games. Movies like Real Steel and games based on the movie have stoked people’s interest in scrappers that involve two mean machines fighting for dominance and supremacy.

However, there aren’t many robot building and fighting games on Android. The ones that are available are free to play games that let you lets you build your own fighting machine and control it to fight larger-than-life metal fighters. Here’s a rundown of 5 best games available for download at the Google Play Store:

1. Real Steel Boxing Champions

Real Steel games popularized the robot fighting genre and inspired game developers to make their own machine vs. machine brawlers. Champions is the second Real Steel game that lets you build your mean machines to fight other mechs in the boxing realm. Stats play a key role in this game, and so you will have to choose the right parts that contribute to the overall stats of your fight machine. The game provides 30 slick robots and over 1000 parts to choose from. You have the freedom to choose the best from the parts you have collected so far and finally send your most ferocious robot to fight other powerful mechs.

Gameplay follows traditional brawlers and lets you use virtual buttons to punch, kick and launch special attacks to defeat enemies. Heavy and special attacks, not to forget mind-blowing finishers are just splendid. You will come across popular characters from the movie – Midas, Zeus etc. and will fight legendary characters, including a surprise super-villain in the last battle. If you have played the first game, it’s time you start downloading Champions to get a taste of a new and improved Real Steel.

2. Turbine Fighter

Turbine Fighter is a robot building and fighting game with a story. It lets players be proud owners of “tankbots” – turbine-powered toy robots. The tankbot fighting sport is very popular in Rasen City, but has a mysterious past. The story unfolds level by level as you fight rival tankbot owners and destroy their robots to pieces.

Turbine Fighter is a physics-based game that lets you build your own fighter using six different parts. The completed robot can then be deployed to an arena where it will fight your competitor’s fighter

Tankbots can’t be controlled directly. You will only have a boost button that super-charges your robot and it starts moving/attacking rapidly until the button is pressed. The outcome of the battle depends on a fighter’s overall stats, which can be increased by installing better, powerful parts. If your fighter has better stats, the chances of your winning the battle are more. However, other factors, such as boost button and AI chips play an important role. The game has a nice anime look, and will surely appeal to mecha fans.

3. Iron Kill

Iron Kill has some stunning looking robots. You can collect over 30 of them and use them to fight against AI and human players. You can upgrade your fighters as well as equip boosts to them to augment their attacks. The game’s post-apocalyptic world lends a perfect setting for a battle between machines.

Iron Kill’s fighters have some devastating attack moves and unique abilities. Using the game’s virtual joystick, you can launch quick attacks and take advantage of a fighter’s special moves like shock shield and stun to reduce opponent’s health faster. There’s also super attack that can be unleashed once your metal fighter’s revenge meter is full. And if you want total domination, then try to make your fighters stronger and boost their attack skills by upgrading them. The game offers research upgrades, which can be used on your fighters to make them more powerful.

Iron Kill has a PvP mode and lets players fight their Facebook friends in special leagues. So go ahead and download this game if you love fighting games and have a thing for metal fighters.

4. Ultimate Robot Fighting

3 vs. 3 fighting system, amazing cel-shaded visuals, Injustice-like game mechanics and lots of robots. What more do you want? Ultimate Robot fighting combines the intensity of a competitive fighting game with the collectible card game genre. In URF, you cannot build a robot, but can form a team of metal machines by collecting cards. You will then have to select 3 best cards from your collection to fight opponent’s robots in a 3 vs. 3 battles. Each fighter has unique fighting moves and special attacks.

Controls are very similar to games like Marvel: Contest of Champions. You will have to switch between taps and swipes frequently to deal more damage to opponent’s robot. And once the power bar fills, you can unleash a special attack. The game offers various robots whose looks are inspired by gladiators, fire-breathing dragons, shaolin monks, ninjas etc. Like most mobile fighting games, this game will let you upgrade your fighters, use power cards to make your metal machines stronger. So what are you waiting for, go ahead and play this robot fighting game on your Android device.

5. Battle Robots!

ColoPl’s Battle Robots! brings a nice little cartoon twist to the fighting game genre. And yes it does let you build your own robot from the parts dropped by enemies. You can customize your fighter using various parts, including weapons to make him stronger. The game has simple touchscreen controls. You just have to tap, swipe the screen to attack enemies. Inspired by coin-operated arcade games, Battle Robots allows players to pay coins to begin a stage. You don’t have to pay for those coins as a coin is generated every 30 minutes.

This Japanese fighting game’s cel-shaded graphics are a stunner. Cute 3D papercraft robots have a distinctive fighting style and can be equipped with weapons like swords, hammers, clubs etc. There are cat robots, ninja robots, characters inspired by Street Fighter heroes and plenty more. Boss fights can be quite tough to win, which is why you should obtain best parts from defeated fighters and rebuild your fighters before battling powerful bosses. There’s a whopping 400 parts to collect and you mix and match them to create your own fighter.


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