|Release||September 1, 2010|
Sumoblitz is an Action Game released on 1 September 2010. Almost all of Sumoblitz is available to free players, aside from fullscreen mode and the removal of adverts. Sumoblitz involves dodging different kinds of drones, ranging from normal drones to fast drones armed with spikes.
Destroy the drones and avoid GyojiBot, the main antagonist/protagonist of Sumoblitz.
WASD or Mouse and left mouse button for movement.
Hold Space bar for blast shield. It recharges every 20 seconds.
- Levels- 25 different levels
- Challenge- timed survival
- Hard mode (for both levels mode and challenge mode)- only available after competing all 25 levels on normal mode
|Hyoujunbot||A normal drone. Only has normal sight range. If you get far enough away, he could decide to stop, as he is blind as a bat.|
|Suiminbot||A sleepy drone, wake him with bump, has better traction than Hyoujunbot.|
|Kosokubot||He is lighter than Suiminbot or even Hyoujunbot and is really fast, with low traction.|
|Bunkatbot||Like Hyoujunbot; he splits to smaller versions on death. the bigger he is, the more Bunkatbots he has inside him...|
|Sosakubot||Has very high traction and a very high sight range. Sticks very close to you and when in numbers, it can be very difficult to move. Sosakubot could easily be called the player assassin.|
|GyojiBot||GyojiBot keeps on shooting at the spot you were in, and the only way of avoiding his attack is to be constantly moving. The temporary armour powerup provides protection from its aim.|
There are four different sizes of drone: tiny, normal, large, and largest. The drone you control is the normal size.
Note: Enemy drones only of the normal size can sometimes be equipped with armor or spikes.
|Speed||Increases movement||In addition to the maximum of 10 powerup points on these upgrades, there are also temporary ones that can be collected in the arena.|
|Traction||Improves resilience to knock-back|
|Bounce||Increases the distance enemies bounce when hit|
|Armour||Provides a temporary invulnerability to anything that can cause harm to him in the arena||Can only be collected in the arena.|
|Spike||Provides the drone with a temporary ability to destroy enemy drones just by running into them.|
Focus on the enemies one by one and push them into a zap trap or a wall or just hit them so hard they can't stop. The most natural tactic and the most used. Make sure you don't over shot and fly into the wall after pushing something else into the wall.
For this strategy you may want high traction and bounce.
You go around in circles a ways away from the edge and hit things as you come back around. It is ideal to use this strategy during times when there are shock traps or when there are enemy drones who have spikes.
This technique is fairly dangerous, so USE AT YOUR OWN RISK.
For this strategy you may want high traction and bounce. This technique is recommended most for challenge mode. It is also recommended you use the mouse control (and not a touchpad) for this technique.
When a large group of drones has gathered around you, go fairly close to the energy barrier and stay there WHILE watching GyojiBot, and your distance from the barrier. The bumps from the enemy drones are enough to propel other enemy drones into the energy barrier.
Going In Circles
This technique is quite dangerous, but very effective.
Get a high Speed and Traction, then master the mouse control (that's the most effective control for this method). Keep going around in large circles (between the laser edge and the environment (attractors, pinball stars etc.)), then let the drones hit environment and the edge (they pull eachother in the edges). This method keeped me 7-8 min. in challenge mode.
Hit 'N Run
Do the same as above, but collect power ups (spikes for 6X multiplier) and when you charge is full, get in the middle of the drones, then release it. This method is effective against small-large drones, and you get points quite fast.
|Image||Name||Requirement||Orb Points||Orb Coins||Members?||Sorter|
|1 minute flat||
Last for 1 minute in Hard Challenge Mode
Last for 5 minutes in Hard Challenge Mode
Last for 5 minutes in Challenge Mode
On level 8, burst big enemies before little enemies
Complete the final level with the highest level of bounce
|By Skill Alone...||
Complete 10 levels without using any temporary powerups
Destroy at least 10 enemies by using the Energy Blast to knock them into a hazard
Complete the full game on hard mode
Complete the full game
|Get a Grip||
Complete the final level with the highest level of traction
Last for 3 minutes in Challenge Mode
Get to the maximum multiplier 5 times during the course of a game
Last for 1 minute in Challenge Mode
|Need for Speed||
Complete 5 levels without using any speed powerups
Complete Easy mode with 1,000,000 points
On a level where there are pinball bouncers, bounce over 15 times in 5 seconds
Complete 5 levels without using any bounce powerups
Last for 3 minutes in Hard Challenge Mode
Complete the first 10 levels without dying
Complete the final level with the highest level of speed
On a level where there are zap-traps, defeat all enemies by pushing them into a wall
Earn 50000 points during one level
Complete the game without restarting a level
Complete the full game without dying
Complete 5 levels without using any traction powerups
Last 30 seconds without bumping into anything
Kill 5 different enemies in a row
Complete the first 10 levels
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- Sumoblitz is currently the #8 most played game on FunOrb.
- On the day before release, a "Mod GyojiBot" left numerous posts on the forums in a cryptic manner, several of which were likely references to this game.
- There can only be 20 drones on the screen at once in Challenge Mode.
- This game has the shortest news post to date.
- Mod GyojiBot's name is always in red.
- The achievement "Speed Demon" is the third achievement to be in 3 separate games.
- The achievement "Need for Speed" is most likely a reference to the movie or game series of the same name.
- The achievement "Minuteman" is probably a reference to the Minutemen from America's Revolutionary War.
- The achievement "300" is most likely a reference to the movie of the same name. It also describes the 300 seconds (5 minutes) during which you must survive.
- The achievement "Pinball Wizard" is likely a reference to a song of the same name by The Who
- It is stated in the game's information that the members' benefits in Sumoblitz include that GyojiBot watches you while you sleep!