An educational toy designed to teach kids about war has been made for children in the UK.
The robot, called Battlebot Toys, is an educational toy that aims to teach children about the concept of conflict.
The toy is made of a metal alloy and is designed to make children think about the war as they watch the video.
The video can be played in different ways and has a variety of different settings to give children a chance to understand what is happening around them.
The Battlebot toys are made from a 3D printer and have been made by an electronics company called Digital Engineering.
They are the third toy in the series, following the Battlebots and the Battlebot Play Set.
The company is based in England and has been using a 3d printer to make the toys.
The first toy, the Battlecobot, was released in March last year and is a 3-inch-tall robot that can be controlled by a smartphone.
The other two are Battlebots 2 and Battlebot 3, which is a smaller version of the original Battlebot.
Digital Engineering made the Battle Bot Toys because they are very simple to make and are affordable compared to other toys, it said.
“They are designed to provide an interactive environment for children to learn about the conflict in the Middle East.
They can be used in the classroom, in their homes, or for school play,” it said in a statement.
The toys are available to buy at Amazon for £4.99 (€6.95).
The Battlebots toys are manufactured by a company called E-Flux.