Bot Bash is a truly unique experience for any special occasion.  Safe, affordable and fun for anyone – a must see!

A Bot Bash is a fun and educational alternative to a traditional birthday party or celebration.  Kids (and adults!) will have a ball battling each other with remote controlled robots.  And parents will appreciate the educational value a Bot Bash brings. A Bot Bash is an unforgettable experience!

PictureWhat is a Bot Bash?

A Bot Bash is a unique party service for persons 7 years old and up.A robot fighting veteran will bring an arena along with four miniature robots and will hold a bracket-style tournament for a group of children (or adults!) to compete in.  Each robot is equipped with a different weapon to get a wide variety of fighting styles. The technician on-hand will be available to answer any of your questions about robot fighting and to repair any damage done during your tournament.A Bot Bash will allow participants to feel the rush and thrill of fighting robots in a safe and affordable environment.  This is a one-of-a-kind party service – act now and reserve your spot today.

PictureWe are honored to have been named BEST ROCK ‘EM SOCK ‘EM REVELRY by SF Guardian

From the SF Bay Guardian: “What do you do for a ‘tweenager’s birthday? Too old for a scavenger hunt, too young for a dance party, too quickly bored for pretty much anything. Except, that is, a good robot war. Thanks to Bot Bash Parties, you don’t even have to leave your house for such mechanical mania. Zachary Lytle, who built his first robot when he was younger than some of his party guests, and who has won the world robotics tournament three times, will set up a four-foot-square ring in your living room that’ll house a tournament of six vicious, whirring, cutting, flipping remote-controlled robots that can occupy as many as 24 kids. Along the way, partygoers are treated to a basic roboting lesson. For world-weary ‘tweens and their parents, this does compute.”

PictureWe congratulate Leif Alexander who won the Junior League Championship at Robogames

We had the honor of hosting three Bot Bash parties for Leif Alexander.  After the first Bot Bash party, Leif began building his first robot and competing in tournaments.  We are proud to announce that Leif recently won the Junior League Championship at the 2012 Robogames.   Leif’s robot, “Flynn” defeated the 2-time returning champion robot “Warpig.”  This was an especially sweet victory for Leif as the year before, Warpig defeated Flynn in the finals.  Leif came back determined to win the gold and after an exciting final round, Leif’s dustpan robot swept his opponent out of the arena.