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Battle Your Friends with Liphier Cavalry Robots

 |  |  |  February 11, 2019


Liphier Cavalry Robots are robotic toys which are designed for battle. The little robots can be controlled via the accompanying mobile app to defend or attack head-on. These interactive robots are described as self-balancing, but they look like they just spin around on wheels. Still, they look like fun.

Each 5.3″ tall robot has a “laser” gun and reflective shield. You can send out digital attacks and block commands through the app, so it seems like you could have some pretty tactical fighting back and forth. These robots can be used in four different battle modes and you can adjust the sensitivity before each battle:

  • LASER BEAM: click to launch, resulting in medium damage to opponents, every 10 shots need to reload.
  • REFLECTIVE SHIELD: stop and reflect the beam from opponents.
  • DESTROY CANNON: click to fire, causing minor damage and then briefly losing control after launching.
  • PARTICLE GUN: long press to launch, causes high damage and require cooling time after launching.

The robots deliver up to 25 minutes of battle time per charge, which isn’t bad as remote-controlled toy robots go. You can grab a pair of these little fighting robots for just $69.99 over on Amazon.

[via gadgetify]



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