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A new iPhone game has just been released by Origin8 called Robot Rampage. This side scrolling game reminds us of the original Rampage game from the 1980′s because you can punch buildings.
Airplanes and helicopters try to take you out, but you can zap them with your laser beam. Destroy the city as you level up. Robot Rampage is available now in the iTunes store for $1.99.
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Recently unveiled at the CES being currently held in Las Vegas, this drone is designed to fly inside or outside, seems easy to control and comes with 2 augmented reality games.
This drone is really a WiFi enabled helicopter with 4 blades and 2 cameras. It also comes with a hull that surrounds the blades for indoor flights. No word yet on pricing or availability.
Click through for a video of the drone in action.
The robot above is named Robochan. Using the dock connector, the maker has connected the iPhone to the rest of the body.
The robot can function as an alarm clock, dance and perform other interactions.
Check out the video and watch the robot dance to some catchy music.
Link via (Pink Tentacle)
For a measly $2 from the iPhone app store you get a cute robot in a tux and a synthesizer app for your iPhone.
Jordan Rudess, keyboardist for the band Dream Theater can explain how Bebot works better than we can.
Watch him explain Bebot in a video after the break.
Link via (CIO)
This game features over 25 levels of game play and a multi-player version. In this game you spin , tumble down hills and visit the robo factory for upgrades as shown here.
Also check out the newly released Robo Riot for $1 by Urbunsquall. Your goal in this game is to protect humanity from the rioting robots. This game is also available as a free online game here.
Robo Riot has 2 versions, Riot Control or Assassination. We preferred Riot Control, but both can be fun.
Let the Robo Games begin.