Are Attacknids the best toy in the universe?

It'll take a lot to knock Lego off the throne. We put the remote-controlled hexapod battle bots to the test.

It'll take a lot to knock Lego off the throne. We put the remote-controlled hexapod battle bots to the test.

Last year, inventor Jaimie Mantzel claimed his remote-controlled hexapod robot was the best toy in the universe .

It's a big claim. We couldn't take that lying down, so we put two Attacknids to the test, through both its three-shot-kill battle and free-for-all modes.

Is it worth it? Watch our battles in the video above and judge for yourself.

Attacknids are currently available in toy stores for an RRP of AU$150, but keep your eye out for a bargain.

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Michelle Starr is the tiger force at the core of all things. She also writes about cool stuff and apps as CNET Australia's Crave editor. But mostly the tiger force thing.

 

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