RoboWar is a programming game created by David Harris and released as shareware for the Mac in 1990. The aim of the game is to write a program to control a battle robot. Up to six robots are placed in an arena with the survivor being declared winner.
RoboWar was published as shareware for the Mac, priced $10-$15. Register users were entitled to enter the official RoboWar tournaments. RoboWar was relicensed as freeware in 1997.
- RoboWar 4.5.2 (9 May 1999) - RoboWar4.5.2.sit, robowar452.dsk
- RoboWar 4.1.2 (23 September 1995) - RoboWar4.1.2.sit, robowar412.dsk
- RoboWar 3.1 (31 January 1994) - RoboWar3.1.sit, robowar31.dsk
- RoboWar 2.2 (24 March 1992) - RoboWar2.2.sit, robowar22.dsk
- RoboWar 1.5 (18 May 1990) - *missing*
Josh Goldfoot created a disassembler for robot files and published it as freeware:
- RoboWar Disassembler v4.0 (1996) - RoboWarDisassembler4.sit, rwdisasm4.dsk
- RoboWar Disassembler v3.0 (March 1994) - RoboWarDisassembler3.sit, rwdisasm3.dsk
- The Core War Newsletter 18 (Fall 1994): 7–8. . "RoboWar — A Macintosh Combat Game."