Mayan Death Robots Crack/Patch

Mayan Death Robots Mayan Death Robots reinvents the artillery genre in a Mayan setting invaded by alien killing machines. Pick a robot from the roster and enter the arena to destroy your opponent's power core. Aim your weapon before the timer runs out, but don't be distracted by the pretty scenery: when the rockets start flying, you already need to plan your next move! Will you choose to move your robot to a better vantage point, or will you build defenses to keep your opponent from landing a killing blow?

Download Mayan Death Robots Crack/Patch

Released date
Platform PC Windows
Rating 71 / 100
User rating
7.5
Downloads 738
Genre Strategy, General
Company / Developer
Sileni Studios / Sileni Studios

Mayan Death Robots reviews ( 7 )

Pedrobear, Dec 1, 2015

A quick, tactical, and really fun game to spend some time on. Play it as a couch-game with some friends to get the best experience, and it won't let you down. The campaign is short but offers plenty of chances to get to learn the game and crush your friends the next time they visit your house. I can even see this becoming a LAN classic!

siezel, Nov 21, 2015

I've played this game before as a beta tester and now that it's out with all the new content, it's even better. Mayan Death Robots is at its best when you play together with friends, you'll get yourself and your buddy involved in some hilariously chaotic and unexpected situations. However, you're sure to have fun while playing against the AI as well. There's always something going on, so you won't get bored. I also like that the controls are simple and straightforward, and I just love all these cute little perks the game offers: the way your allied Maya try to help you and cheer for you (woohoo! woohoo!), the funny sound effects, banana attacks and so on. Recommended!

fristi, Nov 20, 2015

A fun game to play on the couch with some friends and some beer! Chaotic, in a good way, lots of fun, full of unexpected events. Even on your own, the main campaign is loads of fun.

Lavake, Dec 1, 2015

Love this game! Played it lots as a beta-tester and the finished game is even better, with a fun campaign mode. I have found that "Mayan Death Robots" is always a great success at game cons, with family or friends, as well as with kids. It's a fast-paced local multiplayer couch game, Worms-like but better, and with a lot of humour and flavour. Would recommend!

Nyenna, Dec 1, 2015

Mayan Death Robots is a wonderful game to play with friends or family, it's a lot of fun and laughing your ass of is pretty much guaranteed! It's a lot of chaos, but in a good and entertaining way. From time to time you have to bury the hatchet with your opponent to take on the mighty Mayan gods! Who (sometimes literally) really shake up the game! You can also destroy your opponent's core in a lot of different and unique ways, and every robot is unique and has a certain playing style. The game has a lot of character, the sounds/voices, the Mayans, the annoying Spanish mammals, the game play, graphics and let's not forget about the humor in this game. All the little news reports in the main menu are definitely worth reading! The storyline itself is also really funny. I'd recommend to play it together with a friend or a family member, this will give you the best experience possible with the game. TL;DR: Very fun game, definitely recommended and a must have!

slimmiii, Nov 21, 2015

I was really suprised by the quality of this game. Sileni studios is a new and unknown game studio but delivers a high quality game. The story line keeps you wanting to play more and more. Although it is most fun when playing with a friend, you are still able to play against a decent AI. In short: A nice balanced game with lots of replay value!

LeRenard242, Nov 23, 2015

Cool, deep, yet quick gameplay. Think Worms but with the modern touch every worms game totally missed out on. A more tactical gameplay approach with the same fun fun factor and robots.. Expect the unexpected and anticipate, and watch the timer! Oh, did I mention robots, rockets and nukes yet?