RoboRally is a board game originally published in 1994 by Wizards of the Coast and re-released in 2005 under the Avalon Hill label. Players assume control of one Robot Control Computer in a widget factory filled with course altering conveyor belts, metal melting laser beams, pits, crushers and ...
I'm looking for games with pieces on a board that move and interact according to actions taken previously in the game. In Robo Rally you give your piece instructions in advance. I recall a similar ...
When a robot is powered down it loses all damage tokens, but can collect new ones by laser fire. If a damaged, powered-down robot is standing on a workshop at the end of its turn: Does it lose one ...
I'm having trouble putting my finger on clear guidelines for choosing when to announce a power down, and would love to hear some analyses.
Robo Rally is a fun game but the option cards totally break it if a person just sits on the wrench and hammer and collects them all. Has anyone tried a house rule to discourage this behaviour? How ...