In 2002, Nelvana licensed the Japanese anime television series Medarot, and rebranded it to English speaking audiences as Medabots. Similar to Pokemon, the Medabots franchise is rooted by a handheld video game series about collecting and battling robots.
To support and promote the Medabots television series, Nelvana created the website, Medabots.com. There, registered users could play a number of Medabots-themed Flash games to earn Rodo, an online currency which they could then spend to purchase virtual robot parts. By combining parts consisting of two arms, feet, head plus body, and a medal, users could construct a wide variety of Medabots which in turn could be used to play the website’s main attraction, Robattle3D.
Faust Logic designed and implemented Robattle3D, a browser-based 3D strategic fighting game, patterned after the arena fights called robattles in the Medabots television series.
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