Propellers Artbot Contest

Since we launched the Propellers Update last week, we’ve been blown away by your praise for them as well as the volume of high-quality propeller-based Robots already uploaded to the CRF. So with all this talk about Propellers in Robocraft, it’s only right that we should celebrate their addition to the game with an Artbot Competition. This week we want to see your Robots that fit into one of the five categories listed below (the brief). All you need to do is build a suitable robot that fits into one of the five categories and upload it to the CRF (Community Robot Factory). We’ll then pick our favourite five and award some prizes. We’ll also make the ‘best in show’ a ‘Featured Robot’ too. The Brief: For this week’s competition, the brief is very straight forward; build a flying machine using at least one of the new Propeller parts that were recently added to Robocraft. You can build whatever you like, but it must feature at least one propeller. Submissions will be split into the following five categories: Robots with 1 Propeller Robots with 2 Propellers Robots with 3 Propellers Robots with 4 Propellers Robots with 5+ Propellers Remember to include the term ‘DB10’ at the start of your Robot’s title when uploading it to the CRF. The Robot description must include the category number eg: Cat 1, Cat 2 etc. Failure to include ‘DB10’ in the title and the category number in the description will result in your Robot being excluded from the competition. The Prizes: Five winners will be chosen; each will receive either one week of premium membership or 25 protonium crates (their choice). In addition to this, an overall winner’s robot will become a ‘Featured Robot’ in the CRF (Community Robot Factory). The winner’s will be announced on a future Robostream. The Rules: Follow the brief Submissions must be your own work You can submit as many Robots as you like, however will only be eligible to win one prize Competition period: Monday 16th January 2017 – 23:59 (UTC) Sunday 22nd January 2017 Entrants must design a Robot based on the given theme (the brief) during the competition period The judges decision is final and correspondence will not be entered into over why one Robot was picked over another Entrants must upload their robots to the CRF Any submissions must include at least one propeller part The term DB10 must be included at the beginning of the robot title when uploaded to the CRF The submission category must be included in the Robot description By entering the competition you grant Freejam permission to use your design in future promotional activity HAVE FUN! (this is the most important rule)

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