Game of Drones

Game of Drones

Lucy Steadman

Lucy Steadman

If, like our senior account manager Tom, you’re a massive Robot Wars fan, then this is going to be right up your street. Enter: Drone Clash.  The website explains that the basic principle is to take down everything that isn’t yours. It’s a battle of sorts, where players test their flying skills while guiding their drones through an obstacle course in hopes of taking the prize. The players and crowd – perhaps more excitingly – get to see the action from the drone’s point of view.

That doesn’t really do it justice though – watch the video here and see the fun for yourself:

Like many great inventions, it’s come from the Dutch, so to take part or watch you’ll need to make your way to Valkenburg in the Netherlands this December. But enter quickly! You need to register your team by 1 May if you want to try and take part. Succes met jouw aanvraag!

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