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Kairobotica Guide

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Kairobotica
In this space colony simulation, you produce robots called Kairobots to maintain interplanetary peace. Accomplish as much as you can in 15 years of game time.
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Game Flow 1
Patrol planets to keep the peace while continually improving the Kairobots' housing. You'll be able to visit new planets as your amity and galactic reputation rise.
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Game Flow 2
Ultimately, your goal is to find and defeat the evil mastermind King Wairobot. You can continue playing the game even after that, however.
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Patrols
Patrolling planets and defeating monsters there will raise your amity with those planets as well as your galactic reputation. Some locations yield items as well.
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Kairobot Parameters 1
Head represents the Kairobots' intelligence and affects how well they can fight as a group. The higher it is, the more each Kairobot can realize its potential.
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Kairobot Parameters 2
Arms affect offensive power and determine the amount of damage inflicted on monsters. They also affect the power of special skills.
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Kairobot Parameters 3
Body reflects the Kairobots' stamina and strength. As it improves, they grow more resistant to damage. Their stamina in combat can also improve as they grow more intelligent.
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Kairobot Parameters 4
Legs represent the Kairobots' speed, which affects how swiftly they attack. It also affects their ability to evade attacks and to inflict more attacks than the enemy.
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Special Kairobots
A myriad of Kairobots with special abilities can be discovered through research or on patrols. Each turn they take in battle consumes fuel. Abilities and fuel capacity improve with level.
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Facilities & Kairobots
Kairobots are mass-produced if Kairo Houses and factories are present. Upgrading houses increases the number of Kairobots they can hold. Upgrading factories accelerates production.
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Facilities & Tourists
You earn info points and capital when tourists visit your colony. They learn more from facilities with high cultural value. A high fun factor promotes population growth.
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Fields
Plant and harvest crops here, then sell them to tourists. This earns income and helps increase visitor satisfaction. Using items may reveal new seeds.
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Gift Shops
Here you can sell appliances you've developed through research. Gift shops earn income and info points from visitors. Researching items may reveal new products
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Pastures
Exhibit animals you've captured on patrols. This earns income and info points and helps increase visitors' satisfaction. You may discover capture items through research.
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Research Labs
Use items here to develop special Kairobots or new products for the gift shop. You can use info points to upgrade your Kairobots or teach them special skills.
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Special Skills
Special skills consume info points, stamina, or money to unleash special attacks in battle. You can discover new skills by patrolling a variety of locations.
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Tourists & Civilization
Each planet has a civilization level. Acquiring info advances its civilization and the planet evolves. Its residents then give more info points and can move a bit faster.
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Tourists & Population
A planet's population and your amity with it greatly influence tourist traffic. Strengthen amity by patrolling the planet. Population tends to grow with tourist satisfaction.
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Tourists & Interest
Tourists will lose interest if you stay on one planet too long. Interest will revive if you visit other planets for a while. Try visiting a number of different planets.
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Amity with Planets
Patrolling planets strengthens amity with them, which is important. As amity with a planet grows, its residents may introduce new planets or offer new content for research.
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Galactic Reputation
Patrolling planets improves your reputation. As it grows, you'll be asked to undertake important missions and patrol new planets. Patrolling the same place repeatedly won't improve reputation much.
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Monsters
Patrolling the same planet repeatedly motivates monsters to emerge in gradually increasing numbers. Avoid staying in the same place too long.
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Auras
As Kairobots take and inflict damage in combat, their excitement charges up an aura that can be unleashed on their enemies. Use it to your advantage in battle.
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Items
Resourceful use of items on facilities and labs can have a positive effect on your patrols. New items may appear even in places you've patrolled before.
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Ending
The game "ends" in the first week of April in the 16th game year. Try to conquer the final planet by this time to net a high score. You can keep playing as long as you like afterward.
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Clear Bonus
You can carry some of your data over into a new game after the game's "ending." Finishing the game also unlocks a "Fast" game mode.
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About the Game
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