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Dumbest robot fight for dummies - Only in Japan
posted December 17 2014 20:26.46 by Giorgos Lazaridis




Tell me, where else would you expect to see a vibrating dildo powered bot to fight in robo-wars if not in Japan? This is Hebocon, and the organizers in Japan describe it as:

a robot contest for the technically ungifted


31 pseudo-robots that don't even move properly came together to go head to head. The robots in this tournament are nothing like what their builders initially imagined them to be, robots are forgotten on the train, the strategies made with careful planning only result in failure, and the entrants who enter the ring brag about their robot's secret moves that don't really exist.

So, do not get disappointed if your robot failed to operate or if it was not what you expected to be... Just watch this hilarious video!



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