World of RoboFarmCraft

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About World of RoboFarmCraft Get The App
At its core, World of RoboFarmCraft (WoRFC) is a Farm game where one plants seeds and harvests crops.


However, instead of you doing the farming yourself, you "program" robots to do the farming for you. The programming is done by connecting the robot's motivators (for movement), bumpers (to sense surroundings), grabber (to pick-up or drop items) and tools (crafted) either to direct power sources or through a series of simple logic gates (AND, OR, NOT, etc.)


Raw materials (wood, seeds, clay) can be crafted into tools, which can be used to produce more advanced crops and tools to harvest them more efficiently, including additional robots.


You can buy and sell from friends' farms, visit other people's farms, expand and form communities.

"World of RoboFarmCraft."

World of RoboFarmCraft is an iPad game available on the iTunes AppStore.

It was designed, coded and produced by Ted Oliverio (DBA

vsn. 1.0 was released on Oct 8, 2015; there have been regular updates since then.

World of RoboFarmCraft is available in the
iTunes App Store

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What's New Participate Support
  • The latest what's new and complete changes notes are always posted to our forums, here.
  • In addition to the "coming soon" roadmap at the end of every release notes post, general plans and discussion of upcoming features happens in the "On The List!" thread in our forums.

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All bug reports are helpful. It's better we know if something's up than just not know at all.

Some things that help make a bug report more useful:

  • What version are you running? (On lower-left login screen or near bottom of About page.)
  • What can we do to be able to observe the problem? In particular, this is often expressed as:
    • What did you do?
    • What did you expect to happen?
    • What happened, instead?

There are tips on writing better bug reports in our forums.

Playing WoRFC
Getting Started Gameplay Concepts Advanced/Expert Level

WoRFC trivia:

One of the early Beta testers has a robot named "Baby-bot" because, when the 1st robot was crafted, it was
improperly sized (about 66%) due to the display code mistaking it for a chip.

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WoRFC trivia:

One of the early Beta testers has a robot named "Baby-bot" because, when the 1st robot was crafted, it was
improperly sized (about 66%) due to the display code mistaking it for a chip.