Build insane Robot Battle Vehicles that drive, hover and fly; add weapons from the future and jump in the driving seat as you take them into battle in a team based capture the base Free-to-Win MMO.

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

Additional Features:

  • 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
"Balanced yet complex. The fun increases each update."
Indie of the Year 2014 I Player's Choice
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In the last Dev Jam we talked about our ideas to have 5 final core game modes for Robocraft by having unranked Battle Arena, Ranked Battle Arena, Custom Games, BRAWL and AI Bots mode. This left out Team Deathmatch (TDM); which led to lots of you reaching out to us asking that we kept it in-game.

After much deliberation, taking a detailed look at our internal metrics for just how popular TDM is (yes it's very popular!) and plenty of feedback from the Robocraft community we have decided to keep Team Deathmatch as a permanent game mode option going forward. Team Deathmatch is staying for good, and we’ll be adding more maps to it very soon as well.

The final game mode roster will be as follows:

- BASIC MODE (meaning TDM)
- NORMAL MODE (meaning BA)

Why rename TDM and BA to ‘BASIC’ and ‘NORMAL’ you ask? The reason is that we are focusing on finally coming out of ALPHA and entering BETA in a few weeks time with the release of a totally reworked and upgraded main Battle Arena game mode. The new BA has been designed to deliver the de facto full deep Robocraft game experience with the other game modes offering fun variety around that ‘Normal’ core; with Team Deathmatch offering a more basic rule set focused around just kills it seemed apt that we call TDM ‘Basic Mode’ with new BA being called ‘Normal Mode’ with BRAWL, Play Vs. AI and Custom Games being self-explanatory.


All these changes, apart from adding Custom Play will be made in the ELO update coming later this week if internal testing continues to go well. We know lots of you want Custom Play and it is in active development; we just don’t know when it’ll be ready for release yet.

This we will launch the new matchmaking system. The matchmaking will use a standard ELO system with your ELO rating being refered as your MMR within the game (standing for ‘Match-making rating).

All players will have two account-level MMR values:

- All Mode MMR
- Normal MMR

The ‘All Mode MMR’ will update whenever you play any multiplayer game modes including Basic, Normal, BRAWL, etc. and will be used to matchmake players by skill. From this week's launch onwards, new players learning the game will be playing against others of similar skill, and likewise those experienced players who are pros at Robocraft will be playing with similarly high skilled players. Hopefully this will ensure that everyone will be enjoying the game more overall.

The ‘Normal MMR’ will only update when you play the main Robocraft game mode ‘Normal Mode’ (aka BA, soon to be BA2.0). This means that Battle Arena and League are being merged with this launch as their matchmaking is upgraded. By merging the two, we ensure that the maximum number of players are in the queue at the same time allowing for the best possible quality of match-making; when using ELO this is important.

In Normal Mode (BA) the MMRs are displayed on the match loading screen and the team’s total MMR is also shown, so you can see that you are being fairly match-made.

In your Friends and Clan screens you will see the Normal MMR of your Friends and your Clan members.

NB: The 'All Mode MMR' is not visible to players and is updated when any mode is played; however it is not used for matchmaking in 'Normal Mode' (as the 'Normal MMR' is used in this mode only).

Your MMR will rise if your team wins, and will fall if your team loses. The amount that your MMR will rise or fall will depend on the difference between the average MMR of the two teams. If you beat a team with a higher MMR than your team’s, your MMR will grow faster. If you beat a team which has a lower MMR than yours then you will gain less MMR, but you will still gain rating. The amount you gain or lose is based on a well known ELO formula invented by Arpad Elo, a Hungarian born american physics professor -

The League Badges available for you to Forge and the League screen will be changed to reflect your current Normal MMR. Ratings above 2500 will correspond to 1 star Protonium, MMRs at 2,900+ corresponds to 5 star Protonium. This means you will see your MMR moving up and down with each Victory and Loss, but you will not necessarily gain or lose a star.

At the end of each Season all players who have greater than 2,500 MMR will be reset to 2,500, so reaching 5 star Protonium will become much more difficult. This is all part of laying the foundations of ‘Clan Seasons’ which will operate around the Normal Mode MMR scheme and the Seasons and will show the top competitive Clan each season in an overall Clan leaderboard when it finally launches later this year.

We’re really excited to be releasing these changes as we build up to our BETA release and finally the release of BA 2.0 which will be coming very soon. We'll share more details on these changes in the coming weeks.

Thanks for reading!

Mark Simmons, Game Director and CEO, Freejam

Community BRAWL II – OUT NOW!

Community BRAWL II – OUT NOW!


We’ve followed the white rabbit and entered the Matrix with the 2nd most popular BRAWL designed and voted for by the players - Bullet Time.

Community BRAWL I – OUT NOW!

Community BRAWL I – OUT NOW!


Old But Gold - Robocraft's first Community designed BRAWL is now live! It's 10 v 10 with no auto-heal.

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Dev Jam #6 – Simmons on The Road To BETA

Dev Jam #6 – Simmons on The Road To BETA


In our latest Dev Jam, Robocraft's game director and Freejam CEO Mark Simmons discusses our plans for leaving Alpha and beyond.

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I think that this game is AWESOME, and its being tweaked every update with new options/blocks/balances... devs changing things up so things don't get boring, and its easy enough to get alot of build materials if you simply play for a night. This game has been around for a while, so take a breather, enjoy it for a weekend with the kids (good4allages) and see what's new the next week or even a month down the road. Won't disappoint you, plenty of creativity to build your own bots, like a legoset! and give hitshots to other players to win endgame prizes!

Most of all, its clean fun, safe & secure game, something look forward to playing. Have a good day.

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Melhor game de todos os tempos

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With well over 2000 hours (closer to 3000, though not logged) of in-game time, I've enjoyed Robocraft for between two and three years. I've seen lot of whining and crying over this game with the passing of updates, and haven't been driven away by it. I voted for Robocraft last year's, but I won't be is year. It doesn't deserve it hit now.

Lately, the dev eased and update which changed how the economy functions, switching from earned money to a very cheap and clunky crate system which gives you randomized parts for your earnings. As a result, you can now have an amazing match and get dirty uncommons for it. The game is now more pay-to-win than ever before. As an extra slap in the face, every player is now thrown into the match-making system together, regardless of level or robot size. If you're a new player, have fun learning to play with seasoned vets instead of players who are actually of your skill level.

Maybe FreeJam will get my vote next time.

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The crate system kind of ruined the game.. But I'm still voting Robocraft for the sake of good old times! :p

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Voted for yes, because Robocraft deserves more love than ever. It will always remain in my heart as one of the coolest Indie games of all time.
Plus the choices and variants which you can apply to your robots...have completely free building style, man, that also makes this game a lot more fun, since you can still make beautiful artbots really competitive if you learn to use a mechanic called triforcing. It helps a lot folks.

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Highest Rated (29 agree) 10/10

Most fun game this year.
Also has sweet devs/mods that will try to help you whenever you need it.

Dec 19 2013 by lwardogl

Lowest Rated (9 agree) 1/10

Devs ruined a game I used to love playing. Would have given a 10/10 last year but now its a 3 (because I am new will be reduced or raised accordingly).

Now down to a 1 due to buffs on rails that didn't need it.

I can't give negative score after the latest fuck up update from FreeJam, Thanks for fucking ruining the game for an old player.

Jul 5 2015 by MarineIguana


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