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Can I play with the same account on the PC and mobile versions?

Yes, simply connect with the same player name on both platforms.

You should be asked for a security code that you will find in the settings menu on your first install or you will receive by e-mail if you specified your address.

Will all the game features be unlocked on Android if I buy the game on Steam?

Yes, provided you use the same account on both platforms (see the question above).

What are the in-game credits for?

Credits are used to unlock new skin colors, patterns and textures. They are only for cosmetic stuff, no pay to win!

You can earn them by completing campaign chapters, leveling up in multiplayer or get promoted to a higher league in ranked multiplayer.

You can also buy the Steam DLC that comes with a big pack of credits or use in-app purchases on Android.

What's the difference between the Steam/itch and Android versions?

The Android version has several features locked by default:

  • sandbox mode
  • private matches
  • freeplay (unranked) matches
  • player stats
  • campaign chapters above 1 (in all modes)

You can unlock them by buying them, either one by one or the full pack.

The Android version IS NOT pay to win! Consider it as a demo ;)

Also the desktop (PC/Mac/Linux) version has better graphics and a more comfortable user experience.

I bought the PC version on itch, how can I update the game version?

If you created an itch account when you bought the game, go to https://itch.io/my-purchases, click on the Gladiabots "Download" button.

If not, check out this page: https://itch.io/docs/buying/already-bought

The easiest way to keep your game up to date is to install the itch app, it works like steam: https://itch.io/app

Where are the Optimization Pack DLC files?

In the game installation folder.

For most people it should be C:\Program Files (x86)\Steam\steamapps\common\Gladiabots.

Will the game be available in my native language?

The community is helping me translate the game in several languages.

If you want to help translate it in your own native language, please send me a email at contact@gladiabots.com

Why don't you make bot parts customizable?

I tested it during alpha and the game quickly turned into a composition battle instead of an AI battle.

So I rolled back on this to keep the focus on the strategic AI programming part.

Can I write some code instead of using the AI editor?

Not planned, sorry. I'm rather trying to make a strategy game (using programming) than a pure programming game.

Plus, if you consider that each node can have several parents, the code would look like assembly with a gotos all over the place.

There's a lot of great programming games out there.

Check out Screeps, LeekWars or Human Resource Machine just to name a few.

I have another question!

Please check out the Wiki (https://wiki.gladiabots.com). If it didn't answer it, join Discord (http://discord.gladiabots.com) and post it in the #questions channel.

Thank you! <3