“Worms” meets “Battle Royale” in Winterpixel Games’ Rocket Bot Royale, which will be released on Thursday

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Rocket Bot Royale has been in open beta since last October when it was known as Tank Kings, and technically is still in open beta, but the folks at Winterpixel have revealed its official release date for all platforms and it’s all set for this Thursday, April 21st on iOS, Android, and Steam. However, if you want to take it for an early test drive because you just can’t wait two more days, then you can still play the open beta version on the web right here. I suck at playing games with a keyboard but fiddled around with the web version and found it to be very entertaining.

Two of the co-founders of Noodlecake Games left the company a few years ago to start their own business, Winterpixel Games. Their goal was to create scalable and viable competitive multiplayer games that could be played on a multitude of devices, including mobile, PC, and even the web. Rocket Bot Royale is their first foray into this direction, and it’s kind of as if the classic artillery game Worms had a kid with the gravity platformer Soosiz (or, perhaps more known to you, the Mario Galaxy titles), and the baby was decked up in battle royale garb. Is it a little too complicated? Don’t worry, it’s not at all, and you can get a fair sense of what Rocket Bot Royale is by watching the video below.


  • I can totally see how this will be a perfect fit for touchscreen devices. If you fancy blasting some fools online while trying to escape a sinking island look for Rocket Bot Royale to launch later this week. TouchArcade covers the latest games and apps for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch. We are the largest site dedicated to iPhone and iPod Touch gaming.


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