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Traditional robot games such as a robot soccer game are very popular since they provide realistic simulation of handling their robots. There are, however, some limitations. First, the interaction method is one-directional way. Second limitation is that users desire to control the robots in the remote site. Finally, in order for a gamer to be immersed they would need visual special effects. To overcome these problems, we propose a new extended robot game system that integrates the robot game and the on-line game. We developed vision-based object tracking and detection techniques for interactions and visual special effects. In addition, we implemented network communication environment. Survey results show that our new game system provides more immersion for the gamer than traditional robot games.