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Robots on the Line is a creative game for 2 to 4 players where you build and sell robots. It's a perfect balance of fun and strategy. It's great for casual and hardcore players alike. ​The basic mechanic revolves around robot parts moving down two conveyor belts on the production line. Players take turns pulling robot parts (heads, bases, arms, hands, batteries, antennas and magnets). As players collect parts they are able to build robots throughout the game and once they've met requirements they can sell the robots and earn money. The game ends when all tiles are off the line or when a player builds 4 robots. The player with the most money at the end of the game wins. A STEM game where children learn how to creatively build a robot and then work within the parameters of the guidelines dictated by the businesses and sellers requesting specific robots.


What makes it Hot Diggity Great:

Don't let the 12-page instruction booklet intimidate you. Yes, there are many moving parts to this game (no pun intended) but it's so much fun because it's interactive, strategic and different each time. The pieces (Warning: There are MANY) are well made and graphics are adorable! It's so much fun to build custom robots for "customers" and sell them!


Ages: Elementary and up

Robots on the Line by Golden Bell Studios

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