Julie-Bot (also referred to as The Julie-Bot) was a robot that competed in and won the Lightweight category at the first US Robot Wars in 1994. It was a wedge-shaped robot with a triangular 3-wheeled chassis and a static ramming spike at the rear as its weapon. It also had an automated talking doll's head on top. It was built and entered by Will Wright who went on to co-found Maxis Software that went on to create the highly successful ''Sim City'' and ''The Sims''. It remains undefeated in combat.
|US Robot Wars 1994||Lightweight
- Wins: 3
- Losses: 0