.CATROBAT File Extension

Pocket Code Programming Project

Developer Catrobat
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What is a CATROBAT file?

A CATROBAT file is a programming project created by Catrobat Pocket Code, a visual programming app for Android. It contains a program, such as a video game or animation. CATROBAT files are similar to the .SB3 files used by MIT Scratch.

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Pocket Code is an Android app that allows developers to learn programming in a visual, block-based coding environment. For example, developers can use Pocket Code to create scripts, animations, and video games.

If a developer wants to back up or share a program they've created with Pocket Code, they can export the program as a CATROBAT file. CATROBAT files are .ZIP archives that include all a program's assets, including its scripts, images, and sounds. The scripts are saved in an .XML file named code.xml.

How to open a CATROBAT file

You can open a CATROBAT file with Pocket Code (Android). To do so, tap the three-dot menu, select Import Project, and then navigate to and open your CATROBAT file.

You can also rename a CATROBAT file to use the .zip extension and open it as you would any ZIP archive, to view the constituent files it contains.

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Rename .catrobat to .zip; open with any Zip-decompression utility

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