Ustwo Studios — a division of the creative organization behind Monument Valley and Assemble with Care –has dropped another title on Facebook Gaming: Go Go Bots. It’s a quick-paced, strategic climbing game set in a glitchy, cyberpunk future — browse one of five mechanical characters, each with their own exceptional powers, and race with time as the opponent (or your buddies) to explore hazard-strewn hindrance courses.
There are two game modes: Seasons lets you play solo, while Grand Prix lets you contend with others. Getting into the game itself is entirely consistent — it’s playable directly from the Facebook application, no downloads required, so you can plunge in and out with no problem or responsibility.
It is anything but a notable idea by any stretch, however, it has all the signs of an effective mobile game. It’s fun, it’s splendidly shaded, and above all, it interfaces individuals. Stages like Twitch and Mixer are commonly outfitted towards the more genuine gamer, while mobile games are increasingly available to occasional gamers, and have a more extensive reach. It’s a recipe that Facebook is plainly quick to sharpen, as well, given the site’s ongoing overhaul and its expanded spotlight on the gaming tab. Go Bots is accessible solely on Facebook Gaming the world over today.
I’m a communication enthusiast and junior editor-reporter at Research Snipers, I have completed a degree in Mass Communication but am very enthusiastic about new technology, games, and mobile devices. I have the main interest in Technology and games.