RobotLab: The Card Game

RobotLab is a STEM-inspired, color-matching, robot-building card game. It’s made for 2-5 players, takes just a few minutes to learn, 15 minutes to play and is for ages 6 and up.

In RobotLab, you’re a scientist racing to build the world’s first fully autonomous robot and win the coveted Devol Prize in Robotics! Along the way you’ll need to do some research, dig through the trash, deal with some faulty parts, and do your best to avoid the other scientists trying to stop you. Will you become the first to successfully complete your robot? Let’s get in the lab and find out! 

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Focused on Playing

We focused RobotLab’s gameplay on the two best parts of card games: playing cards & drawing cards. In this game the right move is not passing your turn.

Scalable Gameplay

RobotLab is designed for players as young as 6 with enough strategic depth that it’s still fun & exciting for experienced tabletop gamers.

Deceptively Simple

There’s one goal in RobotLab: build your robot first! While you’re doing that your opponent has plenty of options to try and stop you.

Goal: Be the first to build a robot of one color. You’ll need One Head, Two Arms, and Two Legs

Part Cards

Part Cards

These parts are how you’ll build your Robot. There are 5 colors and 3 part types: heads, arms, and legs!

Action Cards

Action Cards

These are cards that let you do things like look at extra cards or sabotage your opponent.

Rules

Rules
  • Build – You can do ONE thing – Either play a Part or play an Action card. That’s it! Just play one – it’s that simple.
  • Discard – You can discard as many cards as you want from your hand as long as they are all the same color. You can also get rid of any action cards you don’t want to keep.
  • Draw – You end your turn by drawing cards! Simply draw enough cards to have 5 cards in your hand, and your turn is done.
Sabotage

These are Bonus Actions. They can be played at any time – even during your opponent’s turn.

Outwit your fellow scientists, find the right parts and you’ll be on your way to winning the accolades of the robotics community and the world!

winning the game
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