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Transformers-style Motorola phone robots duke it out on the dance floor, all in the name of free ringtones. That's the essence of "Robot Dance Battle," an online game created by Tribal DDB/Dallas as part of Pepsi's "Cool Tones and Motorola Phones" promotion. After choosing a phone-bot warrior, players use their mouse to snag musical icons that can be used to fire attacks at their opponent or perform a nifty dance move. Occasional ringtone icons can be grabbed to change the battle's soundtrack to tunes by Mariah Carey, All-American Rejects and other artists.