Update on the Robocraft Hack

Hey guys,

I know I wasn’t active on this blog. As a reminder, you can still find me on twitch and the robocraft forums.

Anyway, I’m writing this post as an update to one of the previous entries, since there are still people who visit this blog on occasion. One of those old entries was about a tool for Robocraft, a cheating tool to be precise 🙂

Much has changed since then, the new currency is now Robits, the old galaxy cash is completely gone, for example. There’s a brand new (well, not that new by now) tech tree, changes to weapons, matchmaking, robot building, and various new mechanics. Obviously, the old hack doesn’t work anymore, but there were a ton of different builds and versions, some of them quite recent and yes, they work. I don’t know why, but the site you could download it from before is gone. If you want it, you will have to go here.

This new Robocraft hack will let you generate Robits and get a full month of premium with just a few clicks, for free. I’ve been testing it on a new account, just in case it could be detected, but it’s still fine after more than a month. One thing to keep in mind – I don’t really use any of the other things in the hack, like speed hack, no spread etc. I only generated Robits and added premium. My suggestion, if you want to use all of the options to have some fun, is to do it on a brand new account. Because IF you overdo it and get reported by multiple people, your account will get checked manually, and a ban is very likely to follow. So, you know, for your own safety only use Robits generator and premium on your main account, and nothing else.

Personally, I really like the new changes in the game, like some robot abilities. Blinking is really cool. Cheating with it to remove the cooldown is super awesome 🙂 Although I’ve only done it once, because as I said, I don’t really use the cheaty options.

There are some things in Robocraft I feel are annoying. The progression, for example, is too slow, especially for non-premium users. It’s okay with premium and enough currency, to the point where I don’t have to use the unlimited cpu thingie or other tricks to speed it up. Of course, if you like Robocraft and can afford it, just buy premium normally. I’m well aware we do not live in the la-la land and many of us simply can’t afford to spend money on video games, but like anybody, we want a bit of entertainment in our lives. I think using a hack in such a case is a good compromise, especially if you help the developers in other ways. By that I mean talking to your friends about the game, getting them to play it, writing positive reviews and the like. These things can do wonders, much more than just buying premium.

As a final note, if you use this hack on your main account, I want to remind you not to brag about it, to anybody. Even your friends. You never know what could happen, all it takes is one report for a potential manual check. Otherwise, the hack is pretty much undetectable. Use it responsibly and most of all – have fun!

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Robocraft updates – August 2014

Changes to Railguns

One of the coolest updates, imo. I know Railgun users will probably get more furstrated, hah, but I’m a plasma person myself, so getting reduced to dust by a barrage of 6+ rail shots was just not cool.

Anyway, the updates are as follows:

  • The Rails become even more sniper-like – you can’t fire all of them at once with the same accuracy. Firing even once will reduce it for a short time. Moving the camera, and so moving the guns themselves, will also reduce accuracy for 2 seconds.
  • You can now press “R” to reload, or press the mouse wheel, so if you fired just one gun you can reload it right away, which of course takes shorter than reloading all of them.

New game mechanic – Spotting

This new system should encourage more team play, while at the same time allowing you to be more stealthy if that’s your play style.

  • By putting your crosshair over an enemy and pressing “Q” you can spot them, which will display a red tag over them for the next 15 seconds. If you miss with your spot, you will have to wait 5 seconds before using it again.
  • Being the first to spot an enemy will give you an RP bonus.
  • Radars will make the tag appear for you, receivers will pick up your team mates radar readings, and jammers will block enemy radars from placing a tag on you.

Alignment Rectifier

This new cube will active after a few seconds of being still. You can then press a button to release a pulse that will push your robot. Hold the button for longer to get a more powerful pulse. These cubes are supposed to help if your robot is stuck or flipped upside down.

Electroplates

Electroplates are new “cubes”, or rather elements to build with. They act as normal armor platers and on top of that they have energy shields over them. When you take damage, it is first absorbed by the shields, and if you can avoid taking damage for 15 seconds, they regenerate.  An electroplate can absorb the full blast of a plasma cannon of the same level. They can also absorb a lot of railgun damage, which should help prevent one-hit kills.

Time to come back!!

Whew it’s been a long time since I first played, glad I could come back to the game, fully 🙂

It’s looking better than ever, I love the new features. I think I’m gonna build a flying robot this time and kick some ass lol.

FTW

See you guys in the game!

Welcome to Robocraft Daily!

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The game I want to talk about is Robocraft. It is a new title, created by freejam which is an indie developer company. I played it for a couple of weeks, and really enjoyed it, I must say. It’s screaming “innovation!!” right at us 🙂

Since this is my first post I mostly wanted to say hello guys 🙂 lol.

For a brief introduction I’m a 19 years old new-blood Robocraft enthusiast from Turkey. For those of you who have no idea what the heck this game is, it’s basically a mix of robot battles and minecraft lol. You create your own battle machines from cubes… actually well there are many other elements but that’s the general idea. You can place guns, armor, etc on your robot. You can also build flying machines!

Robocraft revolves around battling other players, solo or in teams. It’s fun 🙂 Expect more stuff on this blog soon!