Robots can be programmed to do just about any task these days, like playing games. Continue reading to see a few examples that might be able to win against a real human player.


Created by BattleBricks, the WiigoBot is a nifty LEGO Mindstorms NXT robot that plays Wii Bowling, and with precision.

Rubik’s Cube

This follow up to the RuBot is the next-generation of Rubik’s Cube solving robots. Plus, it plays robotic sounds while solving the cube — how cool is that?


Students at the Polish-Japanese Institute of Technology created this checkers playing robot, which features a “Motoman-based system, an electromagnet, a CCD Camera, frame grabber, QNX real-time OS, and C powered software”.

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