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Posted on Thursday, October 7, 2010 in top gaming consoles

Rob Robot
Could you show me the strength to break the bank with the bank Like the idea?

Here is an idea: banks, but Created by builders to create cars that auto companies take Armored vehicles, robots, and they bank on the inner shell Wall / pulley system makes sense to build ... It is the strength of If so, the strength, however, came to the window to rob a bank teller He pushes the button and the Secret cashiers on the other side whole Office clerk up and down like an elevator, while Where is the strength of the man standing off to the ceiling to release sectioned cage elevator goes down you see the father, robbert police Until he fell from the ceiling is the place! Automotive Companies, banks and building design will draw, but they Why is no one to help cut ??????

To be honest, This is too complicated to install a bank many millions of It will take dollars, let alone the many thousands of banks. There is strength So the elevator, it does not go down as soon as the word "button Press, and I shoot you. "In fact, most of you probably Banks have been installed in the space for this is not, so the building Means new. And the bank takes one so far Than three floors. Three times as much space, and that means a lot to the high cost of Passed from the customer. If you want to provide protection, you Provide the number of bullet proof teller of goods) between the customer, such as Glass (if you have. But given the bank Take a chance on the strength of your mouth to say 50 years then. I I think it is low. I worry less about multi-one million U.S. dollar repairs ..

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Robots (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2005)
Players take the role of reluctant robot hero Rodney Copperbottom, in this platform adventure based on the computer-animated Twentieth Century Fox feature film. Rodney's mechanical world is in danger of being taken over forever by an evil tyrant robot, so he must travel to the city, and somehow stop the villain, before it is too late. Robots features a number of important characters from the movie, as well as more than 40 original characters created specifically for the game. The adventure includes open environments for players to explore, puzzles for them to solve, and challenging robot opponents who must be defeated through combat.
Cubix: Robots for Everyone -- Race 'N Robots (Nintendo Game Boy Color, 2001)
Cubix fans can take their robots on the road -- literally and figuratively -- with Cubix: Robots for Everyone -- Race 'N Robots for Game Boy Color. Similar in play to the same-titled versions for PlayStation and PC, this handheld game gives players the choice to race as Cubix, DonDon, Maximix, or Quixtreme, around various tracks in Bubble Town on a quest to be the ultimate racing champion.

Players can race in all directions on the track and are pitted against three competitor robots. Four levels, including "Beat Kolossal," are played sequentially on each track and progress is made by winning each race. Power-ups include collectible Solex, which increase the robots speed, Secret Keys that grant access to new tracks, and a Ghost power-up that allows the robots to pass through any track obstacles or opponents. New tracks become available with the completion of previous ones and upgrades can be made to the robots to increase agility and speed.

Upgrades made at the Botties Pit are only available after winning a race. Games can be saved via password after completing a level and any keys collected up to that point are also saved. Along with having fun, beating Kolossal on all tracks and unlocking the secret tracks are the game's objectives.
Cubix: Robots for Everyone -- Race 'N Robots (PlayStation, 2001)
Racing and robots combine in Cubix: Robots For Everyone -- Race'N Robots, a racing game based on the animated series and featuring Cubix, Don Don, Maximix and other robotic characters from Bubble Town. Players can choose to race against other robots in Story Mode or go head to head with up to four players in Versus Mode. With typical racing game components like hazards and power-ups, it's a race to the finish line on Bubble Town's nine tracks. May the best robot win.

Story Mode tells a Cubix story of the evil Dr. K and unfolds through nine video sequences, each followed by a new race. Be the first robot to cross the finish line and new tracks will be unlocked and made available for Versus Mode. Points are earned by winning a race and can be used to purchase upgrades at the Botties Pit. Upgrades include Nitro Scoop for improving agility and Grav-Grip for extra traction. New robots become available after a few consecutive wins.

Versus mode applies a different standard to typical racing games. Whether two, three or four players, there is no split screen and no tracking map icon. Each racer begins with four points that can be lost by falling too far behind. Once all four points are gone, the player is out of the race. The first robot to cross the finish line or the last robot left in the race is the winner. Track selection for Versus Mode is determined by the tracks that became available during Story Mode No upgrades can be made in Versus Mode.

To slow a racer down, crushers smash the robots from above and rams smash them from the side. Pits, water and oil slicks are other hazards, and players must watch out for non-racing vehicles on the streets of Bubble Town. Tracks also feature speed strips for temporary acceleration and speed zaps that slow racers down. Power-ups, such as a five-second Mega Horn, shields, and missiles, are scattered around the tracks for the taking. The ultimate goal in Story Mode is to win all the races with a fully upgraded robot, which in turn will unlock all available tracks and robots for Versus Mode.
Robot Wars: Advanced Destruction (Nintendo Game Boy Advance, 2002)
In Robot Wars: Advanced Destruction, based on the BBC television series (seen on TNN in the United States), players build robots and fight for supremacy, against computer-controlled opponents or robots designed by another player. Robots are limited to 100kg in weight, making careful selection of the various parts (chassis, motor, power source, traction, armor, and weapons) part of the strategy. Arsenal choices feature weapons -- such as circular saws, axes, lances, flamethrowers, and more -- and combat zones include an acid factory, iron foundry, desert encampment, and arctic station.

Solo players have three options for play: Championship Mode (knockout tournament consisting of seven rounds and eight robot challengers), Vengeance Battle Mode (one-on-one combat), or Robot Mayhem Mode (battle against all 21 pre-built robots with a maximum of four in the arena at the same time). The 16 pre-built robots include Behemoth, Cassius II, Chaos 2, Diotoir, Dominator II, Hypno-Disc, Mortis INFRANOR, Onslaught, Panic Attack, Plunderbird 4, Pussycat, Razer, Stinger, Terrorhurtz, Tornado, and 101.

Up to four custom-made robots can be saved at any given time. In Championship and Vengeance Battle modes, only three robots are initially available, with defeated robots becoming available for later use. Completing Robot Mayhem mode unlocks the BBC property Sir Killalot, with other Robot Wars creations Sgt. Bash, Shunt, Matilda, and Dead Metal rounding out the full field of 21 robots. Up to four players can compete via link cable in timed deathmatches or trade custom-built robots.
Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier (Nintendo DS, 2009)
A spin-off of the Super Robot Wars series of action strategy games, Super Robot Taisen OG Saga: Endless Frontier instead incorporates more role-playing elements, as players form a squad of four and battle across several different worlds in a turn-based manner. Gamers must be mindful of each character's "HP" (health points); "SP," which allows players to heal injuries or unleash special attacks; and "COM," which governs the total amount of effort a character can put forth in a turn. General exploration takes place on foot through a 2D overworld, but the actual battles resemble those of a traditional 2D fighter, thanks to a chain-attack system that lets gamers string together long assaults through a series of timed button presses. A "frontier gauge" builds as players attack their opponents, and if the coup de gr???ce is delivered when the gauge is full, then the entire battle party earns extra experience points. Gamers who load saved files from the first two Super Robot Taisen titles for Game Boy Advance can unlock exclusive Endless Frontier bonus items.

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