Time to get ready for battle!
The newest BattleBots are here: BattleBots Rivals 4.0. Featuring the latest designs from season three, Bite Force and Blacksmith join the fight. Kids can activate motorized weapons and knock their opponent’s armor off to win the battle with these remote-controlled bots. When the battle is done, no matter who won, kids can reattach the armor and get ready for the next round of epic battle. If you don’t have an arena (sold separately), it’s best to limit the battle to a confined space so you don’t spend too much precious battle time corralling the bots. If kids are having trouble getting started, remind them to check the remote control channels and keep their fingers clear of the sensor.
Kids can raise the stakes and fully immerse themselves in the fight with the Arena FX Module, which features sounds from the hit TV show, and amp up their competition with a countdown timer and 15 BattleBots sound effects. When players ages 8 and up slam the ready button, the module starts a two-minute battle sequence, lights, and sounds. The winner is whoever does the most damage before the timer counts down to zero.
The year is 2019, and four titans (the Centurion, the Knight, the Viking, and the Samurai) have been summoned across time and space, straight to a sturdy table in your home, to compete in a celestial championship of strength and skill. Enter the Micro Titans RC Brawler Bots.
There’s virtually no setup: Kids unbox everything, lay the Vortex on a flat, stable surface, affix the two character pedestals, and prepare for battle! Kids will push the Titans’ heads down to activate their energy core and watch as their eyes, breastplate, and weapons beam with cosmic energy. Wielding the remote control, kids will spin their warriors into combat. The distinctive bowl shape of the Vortex will keep the fight going until one Titan successfully takes down the other, done by pressing the breastplate and deactivating the energy core.
The Micro Titans RC Brawler Bots are particularly great for seemingly unmatched pairs, such as kids versus parents, because winning depends more on character and chance than skill.