Custom-built for battle

Customise your LBX to create one of more than 30,000 possible designs from over 130 sets. Make a stealthy sniper, a rugged bruiser, or maybe a little bit of both!

Mechanical mayhem!

Check out different customised LBX in this video!
Robot warrior:
Achilles
AX-00's mysterious new Exo-Armor frame.
Owner: 
Van Yamano
Weapons: 
Polearm & Shield; Achilles Lance & Achilles Shield
Special attack: 
Thunderstorm Thrust
Robot warrior:
Destroyer
A unique model built by Pentheus Motors.
Owner: 
Hanz 'Lord of Destruction' Gordon
Weapons: 
Sword; Destroyer-blade
Special attack: 
Breath of Fire
Robot warrior:
Emperor
Powerful and very fast LBX used exclusively by Justin Kaido.
Owner: 
Justin Kaido
Weapons: 
Club; Oberon
Special attack: 
Ground Breaker
Robot warrior:
Hunter
Long-range LBX. It was designed by the enigmatic "J."
Owner: 
Kaz Walker
Weapons: 
2-Handed Guns; Huntsman rifle
Special attack: 
Stinger Salvo
Robot warrior:
Harlequin
Uses illusion-based attacks to toy with foes.
Owner: 
Dak Sendo
Weapons: 
Club; Battle-ax
Special attack: 
Dark Helix
Robot warrior:
Konoichi
LBX with a ninja-inspired design and ninja-like speed to match.
Owner: 
Amy Cohen
Weapons: 
Spikes; Kodachi
Special attack: 
Fierce as Fire
Choose a bot
Arenas: Think inside the box

LBX battle arenas are specially engineered cardboard boxes that let kids safely stage their robot fights. The boxes may appear small from the outside, but inside lies an entire micro universe, where LBX wage robot war across 20 different battlescapes—from deserts to open plains and even an erupting volcano.

Multiplayer: Team-up with friends—or destroy them in battle!

Whether you’re a lone wolf or prefer to hunt in a pack, multiplayer mode features something for everyone. Team up with characters from the TV series, or take on friends in local 3-on-3 battles*.



 

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NOTE: This site incorrectly featured six hidden passwords to unlock LBX gear which do not work on the Australian and New Zealand version of the game. We apologise for any inconvenience.