Robot Name: Scorpius
STRONGHOLD is a medieval-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score points by crossing enemy’s defense, scoring boulder in the enemy’s tower, and scaling their tower.
Competition: Recycle Rush
Robot Name: Orion
RECYCLE RUSH is a recycling-themed game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score points by stacking totes on scoring platforms, capping those stacks with recycling containers, and properly disposing of pool noodles, representing litter.
Competition: Aerial Assist
Robot Name: Rexstrong
AERIAL ASSIST is a game played by two Alliances of three robots each. Robots score points by passing balls to each other over a center divider and then throwing them into a goal.
Competition: Ultimate Ascent
Robot Name: Biscuit
ULTIMATE ASCENT was a game in which robots could score points by shooting Frisbees into goals, or by climbing metal pyramids.
Competition: Rebound Rumble
Robot Name: Spud
REBOUND RUMBLE was a basketball-themed games in which robots could shoot basketballs into three different heights of goals. Robots could also work together to balance on a tilting bridge, earning extra points for both teams.
Competition: Logo Motion
Robot Name: Liz
LOGO MOTION was the game for the FIRST 2011 season. In the game, two alliances of three teams each manipulate inflatable game pieces shaped like the FIRST logo. Robots score points by arranging the inflatable tubes on a scoring grid similar to a vertical tic-tac-toe board. Teams may also score points during the endgame by using minibots to climb up a tower.
Robot Name: Breakaway Bot
BREAKAWAY was a soccer-themed game played during the 2010 FRC Season. In the game, robots score points by kicking soccer balls into goals and hanging on towers. In addition, bumps separate the field so robots must either traverse the bumps or travel through tunnels located at the center of the bumps.
Robot Name: Fridgebot
LUNACY was a game played on a low-friction field in which the robots towed trailers and attempted to shoot irregularly-shaped balls into the opposing team’s trailers.
Robot Name: Norman
In OVERDRIVE, teams competed to complete counterclockwise laps around a central barrier while manipulating large 40 in (1 m) diameter “Trackballs” over and under overpasses to score additional points.