- Transformers Earth Wars 27/05/2016 (iOS, Android)
- Robocide 16/03/2016 (iOS, Android)
- Walking War Robots 16/11/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Pacific Rim 02/11/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Real Steel World Robot Boxing 12/09/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Terminator Genisys Revolution 04/06/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Implosion Never Lose Hope 08/04/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Real Steel Champions 05/03/2015 (iOS, Android)
- Ultimate Robot Fighting 23/12/2014 (iOS, Android)
- Transformers Robots In Disguise 19/12/2014 (iOS, Android)
- Angry Birds Transformers 15/10/2014 (iOS, Android)
- Epoch 2 16/09/2014 (iOS, Android)
- M2 War of Myth Mech 29/10/2013 (iOS, Android)
- Robot Unicorn Attack 2 25/04/2013 (iOS, Android)
- Real Steel 12/10/2011 (iOS, Android)
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Robot Fighting Games for Android & iOS
Terminator Genisys: Revolution
Tying-in with the live action movie of the same name, Revolution allows players to take part in the uprising against Skynet as one of the human rebel soldiers. The game follows a storyline that is a little tangential to the events of the film, but also puts you in a position where mowing down T-1000’s with shotguns and assault rifles is part of the daily routine. This over-the shoulder shooter makes good use of cover mechanics and has pretty good gun simulation mechanics. Though the actual narrative of the game and the way the characters looks could use a little touching up.
Ultimate Robot Fighting
Ultimate Robot Fighting is pretty much the exact same game that DC’s Injustice mobile has (3v3 tag combat), with a few little bonuses (like team bonuses depending on which robots you choose) and the obvious lack of familiar characters. The end result is a pretty solid fighting game that lets you choose from a wide range of robots and possible team combinations that you will be using to make it to the toughest battles on the highest tiers. The sad part is that the actual in-game narrative is pretty weak, and it becomes a little hard to empathize with your robot team when they hardly interact with you or one another. Play this for the combat, but do not expect much beyond that.
Transformers: Battle Tactics
TF’s Battle Tactics may look silly with their super-deformed looks (which really is silly since apparently, very few western artists can actually make the Japanese inspired Chibi-look cool), but despite the visual flaw, this game is solid amounts of fun. You get a wide roster of Autobots and Decepticons, all of whom sporting G1 looks and abilities, and then you get to create your own teams of 4 (pick from both sides if you want) to play with. The game is turn based and lives up to the tactics part of the title by forcing players to make careful use of unit abilities and attacks. Transform to vehicle mode for a bonus to first attack? Stay as a robot to buff allies? It is all up to you.
Real Steel Champions
Real Steel Champions is arguably, one of the best Real Steel games ever made –and it is all thanks to the fact that you can make your own fighting robot to bring into the ring. You can go the whole movie route and mod and Atom all the way to the finals, but you can also build a robot based on your own preferences and combat-leanings. The best part of it all is that once you have made the ultimate robot of your choice, you can also paint and treat it in order to fully personalize the visuals. Oh, and did we mention that the combat in this game is also excitingly well paced? Because it totally is.
Real Steel World Robot Boxing
Real Steel World Robot Boxing gets the bonus of a good movie tie in, but it also stands up well on its own as a decent 3D fighting game. While we certainly will not see any fanbase lobbying to get this into EVO, it will be decent enough to be worth having on your mobile device. From Atom, to Noisyboy, to the Twin Cities, to Zeus, the game has a pretty solid lineup of steel-coated warriors taking into the ring and taking it out in a fist-fight.
If you truly want to follow the storyline of the movie, then this is as close as you can get. Real Steel is a paid app (unlike Champions or World Robot Boxing), and it presents the combat in the most 2D manner possible. This is pretty decent for fans of the film, but for anyone who is not, we encourage you to try out the previous titles based on the same movie. What makes this app a little weak is the fact that it tries to bring to the mobile the same experience that the console version of the game delivers instead of being developed with the mobile user in mind.
Angry Birds Transformers
It is pretty surprising to have an Angry Birds game that is outright fun without having to focus too much on the lampoon humor mentality of Angry Birds –and we mostly have to thanks Hasbro for teaming up with Rovio for bringing the Transformers franchise to this game series. To best part is that ABTF actually plays like a TF game instead of wrapping a skin around the original launch-a-bird game system most folks are familiar with. Instead, we get a rich, fast-paced, action packed side-scrolling game that features our favorite warriors from Cybertron duking it out with the Eggbots. The fact that all the TF characters here appear in their glorious G1 incarnations (with a few mods and birdifications), makes it all the more enjoyable.
Colossatron puts you in charge of a giant space monster that looks a lot like a giant caterpillar robot armed with various gun turrets on each segment of its’ body. The main goal of the game is to deal as much damage to everything around you while collecting new segments in order to make yourself grow. Depending on the colors of the segments you acquire, you gain different weapons. Putting together 3 segments of the same color will allow them to merge and transform into a more powerful version of that color. With the game’s impressively smooth gameplay, addictive growth mechanics, bright and wonderful visuals, and even its’ amazing audio and delivery, it will be hard to find a game as enjoyable as Colossatron.
M2: War of Myth Mech
While Myth Mech is obviously lacking a lot in the self-identity department (the protagonist robot is pretty much a mish-mash of Transformers, Gundam, and several other famous mecha), the game itself is not that bad. Despite trying to pass itself off as an RPG, M2 is simply put, a brawler. The combat is pretty simple and straightforward, but it is also appealingly satisfying to play. The enemy variety is rich, and the environments are nicely designed. While this is not an inherently deep game nor is the narrative or much notice, the battles are fun enough reason to have this game on your device.
Implosion Never Lose Hope
For a silly sounding game, Implosion Never Lose Hope is incredibly fun and addictive. If you enjoy console brawlers like the original Devil May Cry series (1- 4), then Implosion will be right up your alley. The game is played from the same perspective as most Diablo-inspired dungeon crawlers (1/4 isometric), but the combat is something that even Dante would approve of. Sure, the combo system is not as deep or as nuanced compared to the fare normally found on consoles, but the fight system in Implosion is still one of the best thigns you will see in a mobile game.
Transformers: Robots In Disguise
Transformers: Robots in Disguise follows the delivery and style of the modern animated series. This is pretty good since younger fans will certainly appreciate the new look, on the other hand, the story could have used a little more work. Of course, the real draw here is the gameplay, and Robots in Disguise does a fair job of bringing the appeal of the children’s show into a mobile game. Also, the ability to scan your real life Transformers toys to add them into the game is something that all kids will love (just be sure to check if your current device is compatible with app’s scanning features first!).