Lists of useful frame designs for
Mechaton Mobile Frame Zero have certainly been done before. Rather than repeat what is already in existence, here at Mechatonic we’ll take a look at what we think are the most useful and interesting frame designs for the game. Whether that is in terms of poseability, adaptability or playability, we aim to give a concise list of the very best. These aren’t in any kind of order, there’s no Top Ten.
The mini-frame by amazing Japanese builder Squieu is a marvel of compact design. It’s poseable, it’s adaptable, it hits all the buttons. It is a pretty intensive user of certain pieces, so make sure you have a big supply of Travis bricks if you’re thinking of having an army of these guys.
A classic design from Joshua A.C. Newman, the AIn-11 is a personal favourite and can be the basis for a whole range of different mechs. Other than the pneumatic t-pieces and the minifig revolver used to angle the head, there’s not a lot of uncommon parts involved.
The Guncrab by the redoubtable Soren Roberts is one great multi-legged mech design. Compact and economical, it provides a great base for walking tanks artillery platforms and other forms of multipedal monstrosities.
Nothing wrong with some self=aggrandizment now and again. On the other hand, I happen to think that the MgN-302 is a pretty good little frame for playing
Mechaton Mobile Frame Zero with. It’s compact and open to a fair degree of adaptation (as others have been demonstrating).
This list will doubtless expand as time goes on.