Build Robots in Scrap Games Announced for 2021

Scrap Games is an upcoming robot-building strategy game in development by G-Devs and set to be published by CreativeForge Games in 2021. 

It will be able to be purchased via Steam.


After the world is abandoned by humans, all that remains is piles of scrap and rubbish, but that doesn’t mean the world is lifeless. Life has become artificial, and within their workshop, the player is able to create their own robot out of pieces of junk and material. Weigh up different power sources and materials – all of which have their own strengths and weaknesses – to build the ultimate robot.

There’s more to it than simply building the robot though – the player has to program everything from movement to attack sequences using sensor inputs and reactions. The details on exactly how this will work are a little limited at the moment, but it looks like there will be a great deal of freedom for players to design, build and program their robots however they want. 

Once you’ve built your robots, you can test them out against AIs and take part in tournaments, which yield additional parts that can be used to upgrade your robots. There appears to be some level of strategy required on the part of the player with different tournaments having different limitations set on things like the size and weight of your robot meaning you have to be ready to make some adjustments on the fly if you want to stand a chance of winning the Scrap Games.


  • Ability to create and program your robots with what looks to be an impressive amount of freedom.
  • Play against AI or take part in tournaments.
  • Scrap pieces can be won through tournaments, missions or challenges as well as bought through in game purchases.
  • Challenges and Missions.
  • Partial controller support.
  • Steam Achievements

As of yet, there is no specific date set outside of a 2021 release, but hopefully we’ll get one soon.

You can add Scrap Games to your Steam Wishlist or follow for updates here and check out the trailer below.

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