Do you like robots? How about building your own? How about building your own robot to crush your friends and their robots? Then prepare for the world of the battle robots in Beep Boop! Once you know the rules, your bot will be up and bopping bases before you know it. In this world of constructing robots you will build your robot, upgrade your base, sabotage your opponents, and battle your way to victory!


In the year 2113, humanity has evolved beyond the primitive art of war and shifted gears to a more...uh...mechanical solution. And so arose the game of Beep Boop! A goofy energy-fueled game of battling robots where you build your robot, sabotage your opponents and battle your way to victory! Now prepare yourself for battle!


how it works

At the beginning of each turn, you will draw both a robot part card and a play card. 

You can play as many cards as you wish during your turn as long as your energy will allow. And your turn ends when you declare it is finished.

During your turn you can play cards in your hand or place robot part cards in play on your robot. Different parts will give you different upgrades and abilities.

After your robot is completed you can attack other players. The last robot standing WINS!


cards

Energy Cards  These cards are played during your turn and give you the ability to use more than the standard 5 energy per turn

Energy Cards
These cards are played during your turn and give you the ability to use more than the standard 5 energy per turn

Sabotage Cards   You can play sabotage cards at any time during your turn as long as you have the energy to pay for them. Use them to destroy your opponent's chances of winning!

Sabotage Cards
You can play sabotage cards at any time during your turn as long as you have the energy to pay for them. Use them to destroy your opponent's chances of winning!

Robot Body Parts   To have a complete robot, you must have 1 head, 1 left arm, 1 right arm, 1 left leg, and 1 right leg. These must all be attached to your Body card, which was given to you at the beginning of the game. Some body parts include special abilities.

Robot Body Parts
To have a complete robot, you must have 1 head, 1 left arm, 1 right arm, 1 left leg, and 1 right leg. These must all be attached to your Body card, which was given to you at the beginning of the game. Some body parts include special abilities.

Draw Cards  These cards allow you to draw cards on your turn, from either deck, unless otherwise specified.

Draw Cards
These cards allow you to draw cards on your turn, from either deck, unless otherwise specified.

Base Upgrade Cards   You can have a maximum of 4 Base Upgrades at once, and you cannot have multiples of the same Base Upgrade card in play. You are limited to having a maximum of +1 Defense. If you wish to play another Base Upgrade after you have played the maximum number of Base Upgrades, you must discard one from your Base before you can play it, and the same goes for robot body parts.

Base Upgrade Cards
You can have a maximum of 4 Base Upgrades at once, and you cannot have multiples of the same Base Upgrade card in play. You are limited to having a maximum of +1 Defense. If you wish to play another Base Upgrade after you have played the maximum number of Base Upgrades, you must discard one from your Base before you can play it, and the same goes for robot body parts.

Play Immediately Cards   When you draw a Play Immediately card you are required to play it immediately and follow the directions on the card. 

Play Immediately Cards
When you draw a Play Immediately card you are required to play it immediately and follow the directions on the card. 

How to Play

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