Guns and Robots is free to play online third person shooter. The game brings robot action with massive customization. Players get cartoony bright 3D graphics in attractive environments and challenge each other in open arenas.
User reviews: Mixed (690 reviews)
Release Date: Aug 4, 2014

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September 26

Game Update Notes 26 September 2014


  • Higher tier robots will now find games faster

  • Added inventory hints
  • Several garage GUI tweaks
  • Easyer disassembling/removing of selected modules in the workbench

  • Fixed queue bug when in party
  • Now it is not possible to edit a robot (or a part of one) when he is locked in battle
  • Deployable devices now can not be placed on the same spot
  • Added music to the end game platform
  • Fixed "Punisher" daily mission progress point
  • “Stuck in battle” robots will now automatically unlock after 6 minutes

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September 11

Open Season" event starts

Great News, robot-fighters!

The “Open Season” has come!

We are pleased to invite you to Guns and Robots "Open Season" Event. Make sure to write it down in your calendar and get your friends along! From Thursday, September 11th , players of Guns and Robots will be able to win *limited edition heavy weapon – Barry Light. Players will have to collect cute cuddling bears that will be spread all over the maps in order to claim the ultimate prize.

And while you’re catching your breath, make sure to check the ongoing event giveaways throughout the next week. More details will be revealed about the upcoming giveaways on Guns and Robots Official Facebook Page!

*Note: The codes can be redeemed in the game from Menu panel.

11 Sept. Patch notes:


  • Unique Portraits now available for purchase
  • Consolidate items by type in Store
  • SpeedHack anticheat improved

  • Bulgarian language added

  • Fixed “Chewing gum” not making damage to the body
  • Speed buffs now work for heavy robots
  • Testing ground optimized
  • Various Small bug fixes and improvements

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About This Game

Guns and Robots is free to play online third person shooter. The game brings robot action with massive customization. Players get cartoony bright 3D graphics in attractive environments and challenge each other in open arenas. Guns and Robots gives fun, entertaining experience with easy to master gameplay and numerous options to experiment robot constructing skills.


We are very excited to give gamers around the world the ability to enjoy the game that the community participated in creating! We would like to thank all for your support and most importantly, we are dedicated to adding more content and bring to you exciting new features, so join our Forums at and be a part of Guns and Robots community!


Purchase the Steam Starter Pack of Guns and Robots and blast your way through your enemies with:
• 1000 Sparks
• 150 Upgrade Components

Guns and Robots Starter Pack is ideal for new robot-fighters who are looking to get a quick start in the action. This is special new player offer to get your hands on cool artillery, equipment and upgrades. In this pack you will get all upgradable component options:

  • 30 upgrade head components,
  • 30 upgrade weapon components,
  • 30 upgrade device components,
  • 30 upgrade body components,
  • 30 upgrade chassis components,


  • Massive customization. In Guns and Robots, the robots come in three module classes based on players' assembly and unlimited options for character customization.
  • Pinpoint enemies with multiple weapons simultaneously.Wide variety of potential combinations per weapon allow players to fine—tune their arsenal according to their game play preferences.
  • Enjoyable and extremely funny online arenas where players literally blast their way through.
  • Adrenaline-pumping game play. Different maps add fine mixture of thrill, speed and action to the game play.
  • Dynamic combat experience.Players can choose to line up for high-level real-time combat.
  • Player Guilds. Players can join, create guilds and benefit from numerous guild features.
  • Achievements. Variety of achievements for the players with exceptional performance.


  • Capture the Batteries (Capture the Flag)
  • Team Deathmatch
  • Bomb Squad (Destroy the Enemy Base)

System Requirements

    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
    • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or better
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce 6800 / ATI X1800 with 256 MB RAM & compatible with DirectX9.0c
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX9.0c
    • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8 - 64-bit
    • Processor: Intel Core i5-3330
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: GeForce GTX660 / Radeon HD 7850 2GB, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Hard Drive: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: Compatible with DirectX9.0c
Helpful customer reviews
219 of 260 people (84%) found this review helpful
19.1 hrs on record
Its like the devs of "World of Tanks", "Robocraft", and "Loadout" all got together with Michael Bay and made a video game.
Posted: August 5
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121 of 158 people (77%) found this review helpful
18.8 hrs on record
If you like guns, try this game...

If you like robots, try this game...

If you like to shoot robots wielding guns and shooting at you with your own robot wielding guns, try this game...
Posted: August 6
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54 of 64 people (84%) found this review helpful
7.2 hrs on record
Guns and Robots can best be described as World of Tanks meets Loadout. Let me explain why:

It uses the World of Tanks method of resolving objectives. If you blow up, that's it, you're out. If everyone on one side dies, the game is over. The objective rarely is considered in most matches because of this. It also uses the idea of disarming an opponent based on where you shoot. Shoot the feet, you slow the opponent. Shot the arms, you disarm it. Shoot the head, you impair it's vision.

It's like Loadout in that, in order to succeed, you have to experiment with your build. There are a sea of different parts, whcih are used to make modules, the components of your robot. Each robot is made up of one chassis, one engine, one body type, one battery (or two), one head unit, and 2 to 4 weopons and weapon frames. This means you can tailer the bot to match your strategy as much as you wish. To make this more absurd, you can equipt up to two devices, which allow you to pull the game to your advantage.

Also like loadout, you ave to buy every part. Unlike Loadout, however, there is a limited inventory for each part, and each part can only be used on one robot at a time, so you are encouraged to just have one, with a few spare pieces to mmix it up a few times.

In short, it's intense, it's annoying, but once you deal with it, it can be a really good game. Or a really bad one.
Posted: August 8
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51 of 69 people (74%) found this review helpful
6.9 hrs on record
Great concept and graphics, but here are the failures that make it not playable at the moment.

1. The matches are ENTIRELY too short. I'm talking 30 seconds to 3 mins max. It takes longer to queue and ready up for a match than it does to actually play it.

2. No sufficient tutorial. I ended up wasting a lot of currency because the game did not explain what to do to a reasonable degree. I'm still not sure how to take components out of the items.

3. There is NO respawn, which in turn is part of the reason the matches are so short. Everyone dies in 3 minutes or less, game over. You didn't get to play so now you're back to waiting to queue for another match which will be the same exact boring match where you either die quickly and don't play, or the match ends up ending a few minutes later.

4. There's not as much customization as the game lets on. Some things clearly work better than others, and many of the options are redundant. You'll never have a need to mix and match so many things, you'll just want to go with what works better than other things, and it will become obvious quickly.
Posted: August 9
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55 of 79 people (70%) found this review helpful
5.1 hrs on record
I have not really played much of this game, only participating in two of the gamemodes so far, but I'll go ahead and list what I like and dislike so far.
+The customization. It's very similar to Loadout in a way, but with robots.
+Third person perspective allows you to see where you're getting shot from (most of the time).
+The matches are (normally) quick, unlike many games.
+There's an option to automatically repair your parts and resupply your guns after battles using credits. This is INCREDIBLY useful if you're lazy like me, or if you simply like to be able to jump straight into your next match.
+Almost all the parts that I've seen are able to be bought with credits, and from what I've seen, they're not very expensive.
-In order to expand your inventory, you have to spend 'sparks' which I believe you have to pay for. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
-If you leave during a match after you've been defeated, you can't do anything with that robot until the battle has finished.
-It's always five on five with no respawn. It's made worse by the point above this.

So, even though there are some bad qualities, I would definitely recommend this game, at least to try it out since it's free. Please, leave any feedback if any of these things change, or if I was wrong about anything. Hope my review helped!
Posted: August 4
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