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(Man that's some old artwork! Can you tell we designed this in College?)

Ninja Havoc Machines

by Sean Choate and Lars Doucet

a derivative work of Robo Battle Pigs by Randy Cox

Overview

2 to as many players as you can cram on a standard-sized chess board
Playtime: ~10 minutes per session
Suggested age: 10+ maybe?

Summary

A game about customizable programmable robots battling to the death. All you need to play is a standard 8x8 checkers/chess board, paper & pens/pencils, and random junk or toys you have lying around your house like bottlecaps or coins or whatever. By far the most popular board game I've ever worked on.

Credits

Design

  • Sean Choate
  • Lars Doucet

Original game "Robo Battle Pigs"

  • Randy Cox

Notes

Just got the super old PDF dump of the old rulebook, needs some updating. For one, don't ever bother with the teleporter, it's kind of stupid.