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Robot Games afoot, if you’re up to challenge

Robot masters are in high demand, especially at Science Central, which will host the Northeast Indiana Robot Games next week.

Any aspiring robot engineers, “LEGO-maniacs” or anyone daydreaming about one day being on “Robot Wars” now has the chance to register for the games.

Those wanting to register their creations to compete in sumo wrestling, line following or maze-solving activities should call Science Central at 424-2400, ext. 451, or go to www.sciencecentral.org.

Registration deadline is Monday, and the games will begin at 10 a.m. Feb. 23. Admission is $4.

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