Tomorrow's world is here today! A world where strange and crazy robots are built in a crackpot factory, and the players (mechanics) compete to collect them as they fall off become available on the conveyor belt.
Fzzzt! is a five-round, set-collecting, sci-fi auction game with robots and production units individually sold to the highest bidder. Mechanics pay for new cards using the power (zaps) of one or more robot cards in hand which include those previously purchased. Mechanics can also assign cards to production units for bonus points. The winner is the mechanic with the most points.
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