Build insane, fully customisable robot battle vehicles that drive, hover, walk and fly in the free-to-play action game Robocraft. Add weapons from the future and jump in the driving seat as you take your creation into battle against other players online!
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Release Date: Jul 8, 2014

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What the developers have to say:

Why Early Access?

“Robocraft has been built with a dedicated community of Robocrafters from the very beginning. The game's first release was in April 2013 and that buildhad no multiplayer and no combat. From that point to today, the game has grown exponentially to its full MMO state and whilst we still call it a 'Live Alpha' you will find it a very polished and fully featured experience.”

Approximately how long will this game be in Early Access?

“Freejam are now plotting a path to full release with an aim to be out of Early Access at some point in 2017.”

How is the full version planned to differ from the Early Access version?

“While users accounts will never be reset - so what you earn in game now you will always keep - the full release of Robocraft will contain a number of additional key core features, many more social features, Clans, more game modes, many more functional components and weapons, a tutorial and PVE mode and full game localisation into many different languages.”

What is the current state of the Early Access version?

“We call it 'Early Alpha' but we expect you to find it as polished and fully featured as most 'Beta' releases.”

Will the game be priced differently during and after Early Access?

“No, Robocraft will always be free-to-play and our prices won't change as a result of shifting from Early Access to a full release in future.”

How are you planning on involving the Community in your development process?

“Freejam (the developer of Robocraft) has community in its blood. The word Freejam is a combination of 'free' and 'jam', where 'free' shows our dedication to keeping Robocraft always free, and 'jam' stands for jamming with our community to determine how our game continues to evolve. We like to think of Robocraft as a game that has been built from the ground up in collaboration with the community.”
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May 29

Artbot Design Competition - Ninjas!

True Story - I have a ninja suit! It's somewhere in the back of my shed, probably covered in mold now (it's been in there for years), But I have one. When I got it over 10 years ago, it fulfilled a childhood dream to be a ninja. I wasn't a very good ninja, but I was a ninja nonetheless - I even wore it in public (there was footage of my ninjery antics on YouTube).

So, imagine my excitement when we slipped a ninja cosmetic all stealth-like into Robocraft! Now I could be a ninja in Robocraft too; except I'm not a very good artbot builder. But hey, you guys are and so we want to see your ninjas in Robot form.

If you don't have the Ninja Mask cosmetic in your inventory, it can be forged using Robits.

The Brief:
  • Design one or more Robots that utilize the Ninja Mask Cosmetic
  • All Robots submitted must include all six of the Ninja Mask Cosmetic parts
  • Ensure your Robot's name starts with the term DB15
  • Upload your entries to the CRF

How to submit your entry:
Submitting your entry is really easy - all you need to do is upload it to the Community Robot Factory (CRF). To upload your entry:
  • Go to the garage bay view and select the robot you wish to upload
  • Ensure your Robot is named DB15 [plus your name for the robot]
  • Click the 'upload robot' button (the first button on the left next to your Robot's CPU)
  • Make sure your Robot's name is correct
  • Give it a description - tell us about the Robot
  • Check the tick box
  • Finally click the '0 to upload button'
Please note that if your submission contains any wheel movement parts and you upload it to the CRF prior to our Wheels Update on Thursday June 1st, this will be automatically removed with the update and you'll need to re-submit a new robot with new wheels before the competition closes.

The Prizes:
Five winners will be chosen; each will receive either one week of premium membership or 25 protonium crates (which will be awarded if the winner has lifetime premium). In addition to this, an overall winner’s robot will become a ‘Featured Robot’ in the CRF (Community Robot Factory).

The Rules:
  • Follow the brief
  • Submissions must be your own work
  • Robots must include the ninja mask in its entirety (all parts)
  • You can submit as many Robots as you like, however will only be eligible to win one prize
  • Competition period: Monday May 29th 2017 - 23:59 (UTC+1) Sunday June 4th 2017
  • Entrants must design a Robot based on the given theme (the brief) during the competition period
  • The judges decision is final and correspondence will not be entered into over why one Robot was picked over another
  • Entrants must upload their robots to the CRF
  • The term DB15 must be included at the beginning of the Robot title when uploaded to the CRF
  • By entering the competition you grant Freejam permission to use your design in future promotional activity
  • HAVE FUN! (this is the most important rule)
Thanks to Sheep_wielder for the ninjery robots featured in the image.

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May 25

Dev Jam #9 - Simmons on NEW VIABLE WHEELS

Let’s face it. Hovers are agile, fast, avoid Plasma splash damage, can carry a decent load, they’re stable and versatile. We like Hovers now and we don’t want to nerf them or change them (possibly make them descend faster but that’s it).

So, how do we make wheels viable? Surely it isn’t possible? If Freejam achieves it everyone will be amazed right? I mean, top clan teams driving around the map with 3 Wheeled vehicles and 2 Drones in the sky, that will never happen?

Well, anyone claiming to make Wheels viable has to have that aim, and that is the aim we’ve had since we started reworking the wheels.

One of the first things you’ll notice about the new wheels is the size. We’ve resized them for a better size increment as you go up the range. Previously you had 5 small wheels and then the Mega wheel called 'Wheel Monster' in-game, so we’ve resized them so you get a fairly even increment in size as you go up the range from the smallest to the largest.

Since resizing wheels will break Robots, what we’ll be doing is stripping the wheels off your Robots and putting them back in your inventory so you can replace them and tweak your wheeled Robots as necessary.

As Wheels get bigger they get faster, much faster. The downside is that you have to invest more CPU in them and they become more exposed and harder to protect within your Robot so you’re more likely to get demobilized with the larger wheels.

The new wheels will be the fastest ground movement type by a fair margin. We’re still balancing but we’ve had the Megawheels driving at 300+ mph around the battlefield in tests. Not just in a straight line either, yes that’s 300 mph round corners and over bumpy terrain without randomly spinning out or flipping over and whilst maintaining full control :)

To make them viable we need you to be able to focus your attention on positioning, fighting and driving all at once. Robocraft isn’t a rally game, it’s a fighting game. If there is too much fiddly management of driving the car required to position yourself for a fight, Wheels will no longer be in vogue and the meta will revert to Hovers.

So, we’ve put tons of effort into making them very stable whilst still feeling like wheels from the future. We’ve built in modern car management systems like ‘dynamic suspension for anti-roll’, ‘traction control’, ‘dynamic shock absorption’ and a ‘power delivery management systems’ to keep you on the road and in control. They don’t drive themselves though, trust me at 300mph you have to have your brain switched on to get the most out of that crazy speed.

Like all the other parts we’ve reworked recently we’ve added in Camera Control support. Wheels work surprisingly well with this new control method and there are a few converts in the studio that prefer the new Camera controls over the Keyboard. Art Director Ric aka @FatDigester is still a stalwart for the Keyboard controls though, so both are very viable and great fun.

All other movement parts will be getting some balance changes including some movement speed increases with the aim of making them all viable. Aerofoils are already in the workshop for a revamp also with the aim of making real airplanes totally viable too.

We’ll be giving more details on the actual speeds you can expect in the full patch notes coming next week. We really hope you enjoy the new wheels.

Thanks for reading!
Mark Simmons, Game Director and CEO, Freejam

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About This Game

Build insane, fully customisable robot battle vehicles that drive, hover, walk and fly in the free-to-play action game Robocraft. Add weapons from the future and jump in the driving seat as you take your creation into battle against others online!

BUILD - Combine blocks in an easy-to-use editor interface to create a futuristic robot battle vehicle armed with dozens of different weapon options.
DRIVE - Jump into the pilot seat and test out your robot design against AI. Jet cars, tanks, flying warships, helicopters, drones; almost any vehicle is possible in Robocraft!
FIGHT - Battle online in vast battlefields against players from all over the world on dedicated servers.


  • Over 250 cubes and growing! Be part of a constantly changing metagame with new weapons, components and features added every month
  • Watch as enemy robots break apart cube by cube as you destroy them with powerful weaponry which players can switch between at their leisure
  • Form Parties and battle on the same team with your friends
  • Create or join Clans of up to 50 players
  • Share your robotic creations with other players online via the Community Robot Factory

Robocraft is currently in the BETA stage of development and is available for everyone to play. For more information about the game, please visit

System Requirements

Mac OS X
SteamOS + Linux
    • OS: Windows 2000/XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core or better with SSE2 support or equivalent AMD family
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0 Compatible GPU, DirectX 9.0c
    • DirectX: Version 9.0c
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX compatible
    • Additional Notes: Min Resolution 1024x768
    • OS: Mac OS X 10.7+
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core or better with SSE2 support or equivilent AMD family
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0 Compatible GPU
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Min resolution 1024x768
    • OS: Ubuntu 10.10+
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core or better with SSE2 support or equivilent AMD family
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 3.0 Compatible GPU
    • Network: Broadband Internet connection
    • Storage: 1 GB available space
    • Additional Notes: Min resolution 1024x768
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