In this online third-person shooter, engage in toy battles spanning over 15 unique maps to earn supremacy of the MicroWorld!
User reviews: Very Positive (1,791 reviews)
Release Date: Jul 5, 2012

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April 17

Egg-citing Easter Fun

We say "<font color="#5288a4">Egg-citing Easter Fun</font>" ... You say "<font color="#5288a4">Happy Easter</font>"!
This is the <font color="#5288a4">EGG-CITING EASTER FUN EVENT</font>!

Starting <font color="#b43333">Friday</font>, <font color="#b43333">APRIL 18</font> at <font color="#b43333">12:00AM (EDT)</font> until <font color="#b43333"> MONDAY</font>, <font color="#b43333">APRIL 21</font> at <font color="#b43333">11:59PM (EDT)</font>, type "Happy Easter" in-game right after our "Egg-citing Easter Fun" announcement to receive a <font color="#75a452">FREE 30-DAY LIONHEAD</font> Grenade Launcher!

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Happy Easter, MicroVolters!

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April 17

TRIPLE MP on Easter Weekend

MicroVolters, get some BONUS MP this <font color="#5288a4">EASTER WEEKEND</font>!

Starting <font color="#b43333">FRIDAY</font>, <font color="#b43333">APRIL 18</font> at <font color="#b43333">12:00AM (EDT) UNTIL MONDAY</font>, <font color="#b43333">APRIL 21</font> at <font color="#b43333">11:59PM (EDT)</font>,
<font color="#75a452">GET TRIPLE MP</font> when you play Team Death Match or Free For All in MicroVolts!

Earn some extra MP for the MP Capsule Machine!

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Have fun, MicroVolters!

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Just Updated

Strap on your winter sports gear and get ready to hit the slopes! The competition is getting so hot that the snow might melt if you wait too long!


    Even top level athletes need a break from the cold. So, come inside and enjoy a quick game of Foosball while sipping your hot chocolate. Also check out the newly configured BITMAP 2!


    • Naomi: Cross Country / Ski Touring
    • Pandora: Short Track / Long Track
    • C.H.I.P.: Slopestyle / Half-Pipe


    • RIFLES: Holmes / Watson


    • Naomi: Tracker Boss Legs


    • RIFLES: Holmes / Watson


    • Server Channels
    • Respawn System
    • Item Drop System
    • Plaza Maintenance

About This Game

A secret battle has been waged unnoticed right in our own backyard.

Five prototype toy figures, carriers of the revolutionary Micro Battery, have special instructions from their maker to activate others of their kind. But with limited battery resources, they are forced to fight each other for power. Meanwhile, mechanical tracker monsters pose an even greater threat to a Micro World full of broken toys looking for a second chance. The toys are small, but their war is big.

Key Features:

  • Engage in toy-sized battles spanning over 20 unique locations in the Micro World.
  • Choose from 5 prototype figures and customize them to suit your game and style.
  • Quick swap between 7 different weapon types on the fly for any situation.
  • Includes 10 multiplayer PvP modes, co-op PvE mode, and single player mode.
  • Collect batteries during matches to upgrade and enhance your arsenal.
  • Create and manage your own clan for competitive matches.
  • NEW! Party system lets players fight alongside friends.
  • NEW! Matchmaking ensures that players battle enemies of equal caliber.
  • NEW! The Plaza is a community hub where players can socialize and make allies.
  • NEW! Daily Missions provide dedicated players with new challenges every day.

System Requirements

    • OS:Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor:P4 2.0GHz
    • Memory:512 MB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce FX 5600, ATI 9600 PRO
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
    • OS:Windows XP, Vista, 7
    • Processor:Dual Core 2.4GHz
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:GeForce FX 6800GT, ATI X800 PRO
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:2 GB HD space
    • Other Requirements:Broadband Internet connection
Helpful customer reviews
64 of 79 people (81%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
This game was one of my favourite games back in the days. Sadly, every good thing has to end. Microvolts turned into a pay2win game, which most of the f2p games does. I'm sad to announce it but Microvolts is not good anymore, unless you want to use a couple of dollars, which in my case I dont.

Whenever I join a game people go around with overpowered sniper rifles, overpowered shotguns which kills you in literally 1 hit, which I agree with, that's how it should be, but with the starting weapons it takes about 2 hits with sniper to kill 1 person, and 4 shots with a shotgun, it's ridicolous.

*Average graphics
*Decent community - Most of them are ♥♥♥♥♥♥bags, some of them are actually nice (this is my experience)

I know I only have about 20 minutes on this game but on my previous steam account I had about 60, so believe this when I say it, it's not a game to play unless you want to pay loads to win.
Posted: May 17
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38 of 55 people (69%) found this review helpful
82.7 hrs on record
~ Pros ~
- Fast paced gameplay
- Variety in game modes
- Active playerbase

~ Cons ~
- Maps ( Small variety; Allow vantage points achieved by abusing glitches; No respawn hubs )
- Clan system ( Literally just a symbol except for rare photo-ops )
- Playerbase ( Paranoia via hackers; Rude; Brazilian; 150+ Ping )
- P2W ( Involves Play To Win and Pay To Win; Play < Pay )
- H2W ( Hack To Win )
- Customization ( Very heavy limit to variety due to most items being timed/ seasonal/ RT )

I have played MicroVolts for an insane amount of time. In the start, all of the Cons listed above existed. The most notable differences that I've seen are the Playerbase and the P2W of MicroVolts. Over the time that MicroVolts has been out, many-many-many cheats and hacks have been released and continually swarm the game. Speed hacks, instant captures, auto-aim, infinite HP, one shot, free money...they've all been there.

For months, the company behind MicroVolts released nothing to fend off these hacks. The result? An overly defensive community and a reinforced focus on P2W...or H2W. Fremium players relying on MP are a lot better off now...mainly because they can now take part in the stat-based war. When I first started playing, fremium players were forced to grind heavily and play with the utmost skill in order to earn better items so that they could compete against RT players with unfair stats.

And now, as I return to MicroVolts, all of these issues remain. And they have all appeared to worsen. You may enjoy the fast gameplay as you take down opponents...but save your wallets and enjoy something much more palettable and better coded!

~ Recommendations ~
- Loadout
Posted: April 20
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4 of 6 people (67%) found this review helpful
99.9 hrs on record
Microvolts is a toy-themed, TPS MMO with terrible servers and people who use all of their money to buy OP in-game weapons. Needless to say, the game isn't all bad; however, there are several reasons why you should play and shouldn't.


I honestly really liked Microvolts - it was unique, cute, and fun to play. However, the servers really messed up that experience, as you can get kicked out twenty seconds before the match ends - or kicked out at any time, for that matter. It also has many bugs, which a lot of people abuse (ex: glitching outside of map to kill people and not take DMG).

As all F2P games have, Microvolts has a cash shop with OP CS weapons and outfits to help those who have the money for the game, whereas ACTUAL F2P players get crushed - with or without skills.

Aside all of the bad things about the game, MV is actually pretty unique (and similar to TF2). You have 7 weapons you can use on one character, which are the melee, rifle, shotgun, sniper rifle, gatling (heavy), bazooka (rocket), and grenade launcher. Not only that, but with the melee weapon, you can do so much more with these weapons. Such as, using it to fire faster, dodging while shooting, switching weapons faster, and etc.

Microvolts has a unique way of giving users a way to differentiate themselves from one another. They give you several characters (that are gender-locked), and a massive amount of accessories you can buy to customize them (some of which are only available by real money). Note, the charcters don't give you any advantage over anybody else (except for the outfits, which have stats), and they don't affect the way you maneuver around the map.

Each accessory or article of clothing has a stat, such as extra health or bullets for a certain weapon. This gives users to customize how they want their weapons/whatevertheywantittobe. However, the only downside is, that the CS weapons and outfits/faces give better stats, giving people who play for free the disadvantage.


The graphics are smooth in high settings; however, a cruddy computer can cause you to lag a lot. There are a lot of players from different countries, so your connection sometimes depends on where the hosts live.

(A/N:I enjoyed the toy-theme MV has going on, it's actually one of my favorite things about the game).

AUDIO 5/10

The soundtrack is mediocre, with the same happy-go-lucky tunes playing repeatedly. It does go well with the game's theme, though.

OVERALL 6.5/10

Microvolts isn't bad, not at all. However, with their cruddy servers and P2W store, you can only really enjoy it if you have the money for it. This does not mean you can't play and win just using in-game money, though. I played MV without paying a single penny and still managed to get #1 in some matches. (A/N: Zombie mode is my favorite).


If you do want to play this game, I suggest timing when you buy new weapons/outfits, as there is a time-limit on them, unless you get them permanently.


+ Cute theme
+ Unique customizing system
+ Unique gameplay
+ Melee gives users to expand on the other 6 weapons
+ Good amount of modes/maps to choose from
+ Good amount of characters to choose from


- Boots you off of the game frequently
- Bugs are abused by users, and can sometimes get you stuck
- P2W
- Can be very laggy
- Some hosts AFK ._.

(You can say I'm NEUTRAL about this game. I don't recommend it, but then again, I do).
Posted: June 1
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
52.6 hrs on record
Talk about a surprise.

Months ago, I had forced my friends to find this game and download with me, all of us going in anticipating what would be a bad game. At first we scoffed at the bland anime-faces of the characters, the at-points earache-inducing voice acting, and the real money buy-out upgrades that could only spell game breaking.

And then we actually played the game.

Not even the first round, I became impressed with how easy it was to play. The mechanics simple to understand, the keyboard controls mapped out in a simple, easy-to-handle fashion, and not out of the gate, too sluggish nor oversensitive. The fact that you get a multitude of weapons off the bat allows for quick and varied gameplay, with a whole bunch of different results. The maps were all creative and impressive. My friends and I were quick to discover that the chess board for melee-only and the fooseball table for sniper-only were some of the best rounds of our gamenights. The maps can be on the small side, so keep that in mind when you play with a full room, as it can get chaotic quick. Even more so when you go zombie mode.

Also enjoyable was the good range of mini challenges and different modes to pair with the maps. Also 16 players is a good number on the higher end concerning these types of online games, especially when you already have a big group of friends to play with. However, if you don't have a large group of friends to play with, don't worry. Even with just 2-4 players, you can still have fun dicking around with each other. Setting up a room to play in is incredibly easy, and even easier to manage as well. I would suggest however, to stick with your own friends to play with, if you can. Online with strangers, and I found it easy to run into players level 60 and up with incredibly cheap weapons, so depending if you're a good sport or not, can slightly spoil your experience.

While playing, we also found that actually buying the more advanced and powerful upgrades doesn't neccasrily break the game as you go. Skill can still win over money, and that was a plus to not have to feel the need to keep paying in in order to play. The timed ownership of items (while an incentive to keep playing to earn points in order to keep rebuying items you want), is still a bit of a drag, and harder to try out other items when you're limited.

Even with my nitpicks listed, they're still just small nitpicks, and overall, I highly enjoy and reccommend this game to almost anyone. It's been a fun addiction that my friends and I find ourselves going back to. It's a solid Team Fortress 2, with it's own flavor to it. Not to mention, it's free to download and play, so there's not much to complain there. So, if this game's caught your interest at all, I say go for it already.
Posted: July 3
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
438.2 hrs on record
Everyone should play microvoltes its free and i played it 432 hours if you play it you play games like zombie mode sniper mode and teamdeath match and more boss battle is really hard because he has a lot of health so play with a level 60 40 50 30 20 and more. thank you for listing.
Posted: July 17
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