11 Oct 2018
Robogeddon, a mobile robotic combat system, is returning to Aylesbury on Wednesday 24 October between 11am-3pm in Kingsbury. The event is perfect for parents looking for something different to entertain the kids during the October half term.
Players will be able to discover their mean streaks as they battle their opponent's robot, by trying to flip and immobilise them. The aim is to score as many points as possible against opponents. This can be achieved by hitting an opponent’s bumper or by flipping the other player's robot over. To keep the action going, robots that are flipped over can be quickly turned back over by their human controllers.
To participate in this mechanical mayhem is only £2.50 a go. Kids and adults alike are encouraged to put their skills to the test.
“It’s fantastic to welcome Roboggedon back to Aylesbury. It’s been a while since they last visited, and I’m sure visitors and residents to the town centre are going to have tons of fun with this unique and exciting activity,” said Diana Fawcett, Town Centre & Regeneration Manager.
Robogeddon has been organised by the Aylesbury Town Centre Partnership.
To see more events happening in Aylesbury, please visit: www.visitaylesbury.co.uk