is a game played by up to 32 programs which each control a tank with a number of IO controls. The primary input scans an arc of variable size, and return the distance to the closes target, if any. Tanks have customizable attributes such as weapon damage, armor, and speed, and uses a point buy system for balance. The primary offense is a projectile that travels roughly 3x the speed of tanks. Projectiles are unlimited, but produce heat which dissipates over time. The tanks are programmed in T-Robot assembly language.
Ed T. Toton III released AT-Robots (Advanced T-Robots) as shareware in February 1992. AT-Robots was updated to version 2 in March 1997.