Teams of up to 5 students compete to accomplish robotics missions using autonomous robots. Game especially puts math skills to the test. Any Robotics Kit and Programming Languge can be used.
NEW! 2024 Game Challenge Rules and Related Documents
Game Rules: (pdf) Initial Version, released 9/30/23
Score Card: (pdf) Initial Version, released 9/30/23
2024 Technical Committee Members for Game Design, Rules, and Judging:
|Elmer Santos *||Robofest Director, LTU Adjunct Professor of Computer Science|
|Dr. Chris Cartwright||Associate Professor of Math; Robofest Executive Council Member since 2023; Robofest Director 2021-2023; Chief Game Judge 2009-2020; TARDEC Program Manager 2010-2011; Volunteer Judge 2005 & 2008|
|John Arnold||Lead account partner in IBM Global Business Services, responsible for consulting services with US aerospace & defense customers. John has been working to develop partnerships between IBM, LTU Robofest and Detroit Public Schools to support youth STEM robotics programs to help inspire and motivate the next generation of builders. John earned a Masters of Science degree in Electrical & Cyber Physical Control Systems Engineering from Syracuse University and a Bachelors of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering from the Rochester Institute of Technology.|
|Wisam Bukaita||COMING SOON|
|CJ Chung||Professor of Computer Science. Founder of Robofest. Director of Robofest 1999-2020. Director of LTU's CAR (CS AI Robotics) Lab. Designed Game rules 2000~2021|
To Register Your Team, go to
Rules for starting teams, registration, team responsibilities at competitions and how teams advance to the World Championship can be found in the General Rules on the 2024 Main Page.
Each team member, must bring the signed Robofest Consent and Release Form on the day of the event if not completed online.