RobotLab: The Card Game

Created by XYZ Game Labs

A deceptively simple robot-building race for SCIENCE!

Latest Updates from Our Project:

GREAT SCOTT!
over 1 year ago – Tue, Jan 24, 2017 at 02:50:10 AM

 

As of this morning we're at 75%!

That. Is. Awesome. Thank you everyone for your support. We're almost there!

Stretch Goals

With us reaching 75% we're getting ready to reveal our stretch goals. The first thing I can tell you about them: This gentleman will be involved.

That's all I can share for now... but more will come soon. ;-) 

News

Translation: We've had a number of requests for the game to be translated into other languages and in response - We're going to include translations for French and Spanish. These will be available on our website for both the rules AND the cards and will be ready before the game ships. If you are looking for another language: Let us know! We're happy to include more languages if there is a demand for it.

Events: If you're in the Chicagoland area then you should come see us! We're doing about 2 events every week from now until our campaign ends. Check our Facebook page or website for details. 

Reviews: A big thanks to LuckyPennyShop.com and BoardGameCloset for their recent reviews of RobotLab. If you're craving some gameplay example while we're working on getting a play through video up then please check these out. Both show some samples of playing the game. 

BoardGameCloset Review:

 

LuckyPennyShop.com Review & Gameplay: 

 

Thanks Again

All of you make this possible so thank you again for your support. And as always: There's one thing you can do to help us out that doesn't cost a penny - Tell your friends about us.

Just high five those robots and they'll help ya out:

 

 

Thanks!

- Team RobotLab

EU Shipping Update
over 1 year ago – Mon, Jan 23, 2017 at 11:04:59 PM

This morning we said we had some news coming for our international backers and here it is:

For our European Union backers: This project will ship from within the EU with no additional customs charges and VAT is included in the shipping cost.

If you have any questions - just let us know.

Thanks!

-Team RobotLab

Good News Everyone!
almost 2 years ago – Mon, Jan 16, 2017 at 03:31:20 PM

Thanks to all of you we’ve more than doubled our funding since launch day. As of this update we’re at 57%! Over 200 of you have pledged more than $5,100 to help bring RobotLab to life! Thank you for your support.

While all of you spent the last few days being awesome, Team RobotLab was on-site at the Midwinter Gaming Convention in Milwaukee, WI. We met lots of great people, gave away some raffle prizes and built hundreds of robots. We even chatted a bit with FOX 6 News. You can see some videos from the weekend below:

RobotLab & Midwinter Gaming Convention "ring the bell" on our Kickstarter: 

 

Interview with Fox6 News: 

 

Altogether, Midwinter was a HUGE SUCCESS! Thanks again to Anne Holmes and her team for putting together such a great convention - I'm sure we'll be back next year!

We're thrilled with the progress of the campaign so far, but like Doc Brown’s Time-Train: we don’t want to run out of steam. Your pledges are important, but so is your personal recommendation. If you believe in us enough to pledge, then tell your friends! 

Just hit the robot hands and they’ll help ya out:

 

 

Thanks! 

- Team RobotLab

Greetings Fellow Scientists!
almost 2 years ago – Thu, Jan 12, 2017 at 11:06:47 AM

Would you look at that! 25% funded, and it's only Day One!

Your pledges at this early stage are CRITICAL to the momentum of the entire campaign. Thank you so much for your support. At this rate we'll be building robots together in no time at all! (Actually... In a few months, because our delivery date is October, but you know what I mean...)

Either way - we're well on our way to bringing the joy of robot building to the world. Congrats to all of you for reaching this first milestone and we can't wait to reach the next.

With that goal in mind we'd really appreciate it if you spread the word for us. Just tap those robot arms and they'll type something up for ya:

 

 

- Team RobotLab (Adam, Noah, Jordan & Chris)