Robothorium is a turn-based-dungeon game, which is unique but reminded me of browser games in a good way. When I was 8 years old I always wanted browser games to be longer and have more options or storyline in them, Robothorium is the game I was looking for.34 years into the future, 2052, Earth has become a robotic enterprise thanks to the power source that BreakTech found, Thorium. After years of exploitation robots are finally protesting for their rights, you, as the leader of this quest, have to make some really hard decisions on this journey.
The S.I.A, an enhanced artificial intelligence, which you are part of, have to end this surrounding chaos and build a future for your robots. Unite with the new rebel factions, which have been engaged in a turf war for months, then deal with cyborgs, humans, and robots to lead your own robotic uprising.
In a turn-based game, you will have to play strategically and carefully, because in this game, if you play on the hardest difficulty level, when one of your robots die, they don’t come back. You can deploy your robots from many places, from factories to highly secured laboratories with different objectives to achieve like gear or robotic upgrades. Upgrade the skills of your robots with their talent trees to make them even more efficient and use them strategically to achieve victory on the battlefield.
My personal opinion is that Robothorium is reaching out to all of the turn-based players, it includes all the materials that are needed for a game like this, RPG elements, multiple characters, all your choices will have a direct impact on your revolution against Humankind, cool art style and a unique story.
This game is great and I enjoyed playing it.
Robothorium is currently available on Steam Early Access and is expected to release on PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in 2019.