The classic game from 1966 in which the battling Robots try to knock each other's blocks off
Red rocker and blue Bomber battle it out in the arena, with realistic sounds and jaw-jolting action
When a robot lands that blockbuster punch to his opponent's jaw, The victorious robot's head pops up with that rock 'em sock 'em gotcha sound
Complete with Robots and stadium
A classic game fun for all
Imported from USA
A remake of the classic game from the 1960s! Kids control battling robots Red Rocker and Blue Bomber with fast thumb
action and try to deliver the blockbuster punch that will knock his block off! Battle it out in the arena, with
realistic sounds and jaw-jolting action. Land a punch and don’t lose your head to be declared victorious!
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A classic for over 40 years!
It's the game where the original battling robots try to knock each other's blocks off!
A Classic for More Than 40 Years
First debuted in the 1960s, the Rock ’Em Sock ’Em Robots game has been thrilling kids for decades! This remake returns
everyone’s favorite robots, Red Rocker and Blue Bomber, to the classic yellow ring, where they’ll duke it out until
someone loses his head! These tirelessly fighting robots are tough, so kids can enjoy rematch after rematch. The simple
but engrossing play is fast, fierce, and — most of all — fun! So go ahead and knock his block off!
Kids Control All the Punching, Jabbing Fun
Designed for two players, this exciting action game lets each opponent control his robot by operating the corresponding
mechanism with his thumbs. The ring requires some simple assembly, and the robots easily fit into grooves on their
platforms. Push the right button to deliver a right hook, and push the left to punch with your robot’s left arm. You can
also shift your robot’s position in the ring by moving the controls left and right. Kids affect the intensity of the
battle with their thumb speed and expert fighting skills!
Realistic Sounds and K.O. Action
While they battle, the movements of Red Rocker and Blue Bomber are accompanied by realistic sounds and jaw-jolting
action. As the mayhem magnifies, players race to deliver the blockbuster punch that will cause their opponent’s
spring-loaded head to pop up, signifying the end of the fight. The player who hasn’t lost his head wins the game!
What's In The Box?
Ring comes complete with two thumb-operated mechanisms and two battling robots.
Red Rocker and Blue Bomber battle it out in the arena, with realistic sounds and jaw-jolting action.
Long before TV shows like Battlebots, there were these guys: two plastic boxers battling it out in a ring,
tirelessly jabbing at each other in an effort to knock their opponent's block off. Years go by and these fighters
(creatively referred to in my house as "the blue one" and "the red one") are still at it, still operated by two players
working simple controllers, and still madly punching in an effort to knock loose the other fellow's spring-loaded head.
As was traditionally the case, it takes a while to maneuver the robots such that you can even land any punch, let alone
a knockout blow. But for intense silly robot fighting, without the hassle of batteries, these guys are still champs.