Let those cool robots come to life
With The Robot Factory by Tinybop, your children ages 6 and up can build robots on iPhone or iPad and then see them come alive on Apple TV.
Test those bots. Your kids will love seeing their robot creations up on the big screen. They can test out the bots to see if they can run and jump as planned. Or, they can do something whimsical by making the robots dance. Either way, you will enjoy seeing your kids’ faces as the robots they built come alive on Apple TV.
What is it about?
The Robot Factory by Tinybop takes the nifty robots created on the iOS app and puts them on the big screen for your kids to play with in a variety of ways. They can see if the robots they have built work by making them walk, run, or fly. They can have their robots do a funky dance, move around neat obstacles, and let them use cool robot tools. The app is the perfect Apple TV companion for those who have the app on their iPhone or iPad.
For those who...
- Your kids enjoy this app on iOS
- You like the idea of your children building virtual robots
Not for those who...
- You do not have kids ages 6 and over that play with this app on iOS
- You have children that do not like this app on iOS
Why we love it
The Robot Factory by Tinybop works with the iOS app so that your kids can see their robots in action. Let them test out those awesome creations for all to see on Apple TV.
App Store Description
Create robots. Test robots. Collect robots. Build with exoskeletons, zephyr mechanisms, hydrostatic tentacles, machinos locomotors, G-Force mixers, and more! Make any robot you can imagine! Robot cats. Robot samurais. Robot spies.
*** iPad App of the Year ***
*** Parents’ Choice Gold Award winner ***
"We need more kids apps like Robot Factory" — WIRED
Robot wizards. Robot lizards. Robot dancers. Robot doctors. Robot moonwalkers.
The Robot Factory is the first app in Tinybop’s Digital Toys, a series of open-ended building apps that let kids ages 6+ create, test, play with, and collect whatever they can imagine. The second is The Everything Machine, an App Store Editors’ Choice and Children’s Technology Review Editor’s Choice.
* Build thousands of different robots from 100 parts.
* Test your robots to see if they will (or won’t!) walk, run, hop, and fly.
* Try out physics-driven robot parts in real world situations; swap them out for different results.
* Colorize your robots with nine different color schemes.
* Record your own robot sounds.
* Collect your robots in your own showroom. Keep an eye on them, day or night!
* Make your robots dance.
* Intuitive, safe, and kid-friendly design.
* Multi-user system: each child can create and save their own robots.
* Entertaining for kids and adults alike.
* No in-app purchases or 3rd party advertising. Play in peace!
* Download The Robot Factory Technical Manual, in the app or on our website, for code of ethics and details about robot parts, gizmos, and tools.
* Original artwork by Owen Davey, the illustrator behind TwoDots.
* Original sound design.
Please note: to play with your robots on Apple TV, make sure you’re signed in to the same iCloud account on Apple TV as your iPad or iPhone.
We take your and your child’s privacy seriously. We do not collect or share personal information about your child. We do not allow any third-party advertising.
If the camera, microphone, and other services are used in an app, your information is not collected or distributed outside of the app.
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