The player controls a robot, for which they can select the color, and goes on a scavenger hunt. The game comes with set of cards, which are to be distributed to the other players. They determine which items they need to find before they get "home". The first player to find all their items indicated on the cards wins. The game included facilities to swap cards with other players.
Each turn, a player gets a pre-determined amount of fuel to do their scavenging. Each item is randomly placed on the map and it is up to the player to find that item, some which are even in bodies of water, such as a lake. Each time every player has gone through their respective turns, a special message displays telling the player what advantage they have that turn (e.g. faster movement, free teleports, etc.) or disadvantage (e.g. no new shields, no teleports, etc.). The player's robot can also find the items their opponents have in order to prevent them from winning the game. Opponents may also steal items from the player when they have no shields.
There are no computer players in the game, so it must be played with other people. There are three levels of difficulty. The easy level results in all advantages coming up, the middle difficulty has some disadvantages with the advantages and robots can also get damaged (e.g. if it walks through the swamps or on the rocks). The difficult level has more disadvantages (such as no home), damages are more frequent and there are more options for robots (i.e. camouflaged color).