We'll be dutifully introducing you to some of the star-studded smartphone game titles that have been talked about, that have caught our attention, that look like something fun! This time around, we're introducing Megabot Battle Arena.
Megabot Battle Arena is a robot action game released by Sia Ding Shen. Create your own original robot and fight your way to the top of the battle arena.
As the name "Robot Action" suggests, the star of the game is a robot weapon that players can assemble themselves. Design your own head unit, chest core, arm parts and weapons to create your partner robot.
In addition to physical strength and attack power, robots are also allocated power to carry their equipment. The trick to assembling is to select efficient parts so that you do not exceed this power.
After the original machine is completed, it's time to move on to the actual battle. In the battle part of the game, it's all about controlling your robot's body. At first, you'll have to keep your distance with the enemy, and if the enemy is moving too slowly, you can tap the ‘dash’ button (blue) to accelerate your machine and charge into the enemy.
Robots use their weapons automatically, so you can concentrate on controlling your machine without telling them when to attack. However, if you keep charging into the game without thinking, you may get hit needlessly. Sometimes it's important to use the 'jump button' (brown) and be agile enough to move from overhead to behind your opponent. Rely on these two control buttons and fight flexibly.
If you can shave off your opponent's health gauge before your robot is destroyed, the game is over. For a set number of victories, you'll be rewarded with a crate of parts.
In this way, the best part of Megabot Battle Arena is the customization, battles, trial and error based on the results, and then further matches. If you're looking for a casual robot game that you can enjoy on your smartphone, why not give this title a try?
This article is based on an article from the Japanese edition of Engadget and was created using the translation tool Deepl. The Japanese edition of Engadget does not guarantee the accuracy or reliability of this article.