History

RoboRally, 1st edition

Wizards of the Coast, 1994

This edition was only released in the United States and not in Europe. This edition had GymBot and CrabBot (removed in later editions) in the box.

RoboRally, 2nd edition

Wizards of the Coast, 1995

The main edition used today is the 2nd edition. The difference with the 1st edition are the correction of some typos in the rulebook and the factory floorguide and the bots didn't need to be assembled anymore.

Armed and Dangerous

Wizards of the Coast, 1996

On a distant planet that serves as the Empire's grid-widget factory, the control computers were amused. These sophisticated computers charged with overseeing countless robots had formulated an entertaining use for spare parts and defective robots.

This expansion gives more option cards and board elements. In the box included are also a few new boards.

Crash and Burn

Wizards of the Coast, 1997

Oil slicks! Flamers! Portals! In an ongoing effort to keep themselves amused, the computers continue to devise new forms of torture for the unfortunate Twonky and his robotic companions.

More board elements and more boards are within this expansion.

Grand Prix

Wizards of the Coast, 1997

In Grand Prix, the third expansion to the RoboRally board game, new game elements combine with favorite obstacles from previous releases for a fast-paced, treacherous ride.

Radioactive

Wizards of the Coast, 1998

In the Radioactive expansion for the RoboRally board game, new game boards and obstacles promise players fresh challenges and perpetual mayhem!

RoboRally, German edition

Amigo, 1999

Based on the 2nd edition of RoboRally, this version includes only 4 robots (plastic) and no option cards. In the rules there are some small modifications, e.g. in the first turn all robots must execute a move-card.

Crash and Burn, German edition

Amigo, 2000

This expansion is identical to the international expansion.

RoboRally, Dutch edition

999Games, 2000

This version is identical to the German edition.

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